In collaboration with the Director of Leadership and Annual Giving, coordinate and implement an annual fundraising plan for each assigned constituency that includes organizing an appeal timeline, identifying agent assignments, determining goals (dollars and participation) and targeting solicitation amounts.
Work with the Young Alumni Relations Coordinator to create a cohesive plan for young alumni giving and student philanthropy programs to include Senior Gift, Giving Tuesday, and other philanthropy related events.
Support the work of the Young Alumni Relations Coordinator in managing the S.O.A.R (Students Organization for Alumni Relations) program.
Plan, manage and implement parent gatherings throughout the year (as determined in consultation with the Director of Leadership and Annual Giving) including but not limited to: Parent cultivation, recognition and stewardship events, Golf Tournament, Family Weekend, Parents Leadership Council, and on- and off-campus receptions.
Manage $25,000 Annual Fund budget.
Plan and execute volunteer opportunities and other engagement events which encourage parent involvement.
Provide programmatic direction of the Parents Leadership Council with a focus on creating two annual meetings of this group.
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Parent Relations (continued):
Collaborate with the Admission Office Staff to identify Parent Ambassadors and potential Board of Trustee candidates.
Working with the Admission Office, organize Parent Ambassador outreach to prospective families.
Serve on the Parent Campaign Advisory Council Committee.
Recruit, train, manage, inform and recognize all Parents Leadership Council and Parent Fund volunteers appropriately.
Manage individually, or through the use of staff or volunteers, the Parent Annual Fund volunteers, including cultivation, solicitation and stewardship, ensuring consistent contact during the year.
Maintain database records to reflect volunteer needs and programs.
Prepare, design and write all content for the Gift Report in the Hamptonia.
In collaboration with Communications, create two annual e-newsletters to showcase donor impact.
Coordinate all Giving Society recognition including Belfry Society acknowledgement.
Communications and Publications
In conjunction with Director of Leadership and Annual Giving and the Director of Communications, assist in the creation of communications for all Annual Fund programs.
Assist with all online communications and web updates to accurately and meaningfully keep the New Hampton community up to date with all pertinent Annual Fund information.
Manage the creative use of social media platforms for fundraising efforts.
Internal Number: 03272019-3
About New Hampton School
An International Baccalaureate and Apple Distinguished School, New Hampton is a vibrant, global community of scholars, artists, athletes and leaders, dedicated to the goal of becoming active global citizens. Founded in 1821 by Free Will Baptists on the principles of inclusion and exploration, we seek globally-minded, technologically savvy, active, creative, and student-centered teachers to work with our equally diverse, active and creative student body.
Nearly 200 years ago, New Hampton first opened its doors to serve eighty-seven students - local boys and girls and a few boarding students from Boston. It was a pioneering school in its time, educating both sexes equally and graduating women and men who went on to lives of service and productivity in every area from politics to scholarship to religion, business, medicine and professional athletics. Today we are a school of 325 students from 30 states and 25 countries. Located in the foothills of the White Mountains in the heart of the Lakes Region, New Hampton lies in a quaint New England village on a modern 340-acre campus. The town of New Hampton is set in central New Hampshire with easy access to universities, hiking, snow and water sports, ninety miles north of Boston.