The Vice President provides overall direction to the Philanthropy department; leading the development and execution of a multi-year fundraising plan with annual revenue goals for individual donors, planned giving, special events, and corporate and institutional partnerships. Additionally, the Vice President will, at the discretion and on behalf of the CEO, participate in and lead an array of mission-critical activities for San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF), and will serve as liaison to the Fund Development Committee of the Board of Directors. The Vice President reports directly to the CEO and serves on the agency's leadership team.
Key qualifications include:
Extensive career in philanthropy and development
Demonstrated ability to provide leadership, develop strong personal relationships, and participate in high-level development negotiations
Thorough knowledge of key philanthropic trends and top-level contacts with major sources of funding, including individual and corporate, foundation, and government sectors.
Familiarity with HIV/AIDS and the social and environmental factors that place people at-risk for infection or to be out of care.
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No city experienced epidemic levels of HIV faster than San Francisco. San Francisco AIDS Foundation was established in 1982 with the goal of ending the epidemic where it first took hold, and eventually everywhere. The organization's mission is the radical reduction of new infections in San Francisco. SFAF uses a multifaceted approach, including education, advocacy, and direct services for preventi...on and care to confront HIV in communities most vulnerable to the disease. They boldly state: "We refuse to accept that HIV transmission is inevitable."