We are seeking a motivated, creative, self-starter to oversee donor cultivation, major gift efforts, fundraising, (including volunteer leadership), social media and professional growth of development staff. The Director of Development is responsible for expanding and diversifying the organization’s base of support annually. This individual is responsible for research, identification, cultivation, and stewarding of relationships leading to their investment in the organization’s mission. The Director is responsible for activities related to fundraising, including the annual fund, special events, third-party events, and appeals. The position is responsible for donor database, donor acknowledgement, marketing and communications, including social media/website, and advertising campaigns. They report to the Executive Director and are a member of the MH Executive Team, and they lead and supervise the development team.



  • Assist Executive Director and board committee in creation of Annual Fund strategies and calendar.
  • Ensure the ongoing growth of a robust donor program. Cultivate intentional major donor relationships with existing and new donors identified in prospect research.
  • Maintain and analyze donor information using donor management software (Donor Perfect).
  • Lead or support volunteers in annual fund campaigns including special events and appeals.
  • Organize and execute donor and volunteer recognition events and acknowledgements
  • Familiarity of legalities surrounding non-profit fundraising activities.
  • Support funding efforts for capital growth in collaboration with Director of Grants and third party vendors.

Communications & Marketing

  • Oversee creation and distribution of print and electronic newsletters.
  • Oversee production of print and AV materials for Annual Fund and other special events
  • Support volunteers/contractors in marketing and communication materials.
  • Manage Guidestar and explore other non-profit accreditation sites.
  • Oversee integrity of information and/or execute and maintain social media sites.

Community Relationships and Awareness

  • Provide introductions for the Executive Director to create and cultivate community relationships and stakeholders.

Supervision, Support, and Collaboration with Magdalena House Staff

  • Supervise Development Coordinator
  • Provide regular communication to staff and supervisor on any job-related issues, deadlines, event, or conflicts.
  • Schedule and attend regular weekly meetings with development staff as well as with the Executive Director to keep on task with approaching deadlines, upcoming events/meetings and any other pertinent information.
  • Help Development coordinator recruit and manage gala committee.
  • As needed, recruit, hire, train, evaluate, and supervise development staff and volunteers.


  • Committed to a life of faith and a passion to work for the good of mothers and children.
  • Master’s Degree preferred, bachelor’s degree in a related field such as marketing, business, or journalism.
  • 5 years’ experience in the non-profit Development field or equivalent.
  • Ability to develop and empower a team and serve in an executive leadership role.
  • Demonstrated success in fundraising, including managing, expanding and cultivating donor relationships to increase financial support of organization.
  • Knowledge of social media and web-based communications.
  • Demonstrated experience with public speaking and writing skills.
  • Experience in coordination of large events and volunteer development.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft 365/database software (Donor Perfect & Givesmart a plus).
  • Available to work occasional nights/weekends to manage events.
  • Possesses organizational skills and ability to create and manage a departmental budget.
  • Knowledge of the local community.


  • Ability to work independently and on a team
  • Ability to maintain the privacy and confidentiality of our residents.
  • Ability to use technology on multiple devices.
  • Ability to carry 35 pounds.
  • Ability to drive the MH vehicles to transport residents if emergency occurs.
  • Ability to be drug and alcohol-free and respect a smoke-free environment.


  • Salary Range: $60,000-$70,000
  • Full-time, On-site

To apply for this position, please email your résumé, letter of interest and a list of three references. Please indicate the name of the position for which you are applying in the subject line of your email. Send your CV to:  Stacy Bullock (




We are seeking a compassionate and motivated person to provide childcare to the children of Magdalena House while mothers have on-site Enrichment sessions, appointments, and educational classes. The Child Advocate works directly with residents of Magdalena House to ensure that care of their children includes healthy engagement and instruction. This position requires the intellectual and emotional maturity to work with children who have experienced complex trauma. The position reports to the Director of Behavior Health and Wellness.


  • Provide care of children when mothers are in Tuesday evening Enrichment sessions and as needed during on-site meetings, parenting sessions, counseling, and special occasions such as holiday breaks.
  • Assist other staff providing childcare with organizing activities and items needed for childcare.
  • Engage in child-appropriate activities and playtime with children.
  • Supervise and monitor the safety of children in your care.
  • Provide snacks and/or meals as appropriate and/or instructed by the mother of the child(ren).
  • Change the diapers of infants and toddlers as needed.
  • Help children maintain good hygiene (hand washing, wiping noses, cleaning up, etc).
  • Maintain accurate and timely documentation in electronic record-keeping software, including hours of service provided, incidents, and other required case documentation.
  • Develop positive working relationships with families, staff, and volunteers.


  • CPR and First Aid Certified preferred
  • Ability to pass background check
  • Experience working with infants and children
  • Ability to maintain the privacy and confidentiality of our residents
  • Ability to work independently and on a team
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including with persons from diverse cultures
  • Willingness to work additional hours as needed (days, nights, weekends, and holidays)
  • Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license or have reliable transportation
  • Ability to respect a drug, alcohol and smoke free environment
  • Ability to carry 35 pounds


  • Pay rate - $15/hr
  • Part time schedule – 2 hours/week on Tuesday evenings 6-8pm (Additional as-needed hours may be offered)

To apply for this position, please email your résumé, letter of interest and a list of three references. Please indicate the name of the position for which you are applying in the subject line of your email. Send your CV to:  Stacy Bullock (