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TOLEDO, OHIO, July 6, 2022 – The Board of Trustees of The Andersons Fund Supporting Organization of the Greater Toledo Community Foundation recently awarded grants totaling $231,284 to 12 area nonprofit organizations.

Grants from The Andersons Fund Supporting Organization are considered once a year, and are awarded only to nonprofit, charitable organizations. Grants support organizations with programs in the areas of education, social services, physical and mental health, neighborhood and urban affairs, natural resources, and the arts. Priority consideration is given to requests related to capital projects. The annual deadline for receipt of proposals is April 15th. 

The following grants were awarded:

  • Boy Scouts of America, Erie Shores Council – $25,000 to construct the Handicraft and Leadership Center at the Pioneer Scout Reservation.
  • Children’s Resource Center – $10,000 to install commercial grade lockable storage units.
  • Compassion Health Toledo – $25,000 to renovate the former Mott Library into a new health clinic.
  • Girl Scouts of Western Ohio – $20,000 to construct a weather station at Camp Libbey.
  • Hospice of Northwest Ohio – $7,510 to replace the plate warmer at the Perrysburg Center.
  • MemoryLane Care Services – $15,000 to repair and expand the patio.
  • Mobile Meals of Toledo – $25,000 to purchase and install a walk-in freezer.
  • Nature’s Nursery – $10,000 to construct wildlife rehabilitation enclosures and classroom spaces.  
  • So All May Eat dba SAME Café – $30,000 to purchase kitchen equipment for a new pay-it-forward café.
  • The Ability Center of Greater Toledo – $20,324 to purchase a HubScrub cleaning and infection control machine for the medical equipment loan program.
  • The Sight Center of Northwest Ohio – $33,416 to repair the parking lot, walkways, rainwater drainage system and retention pond.
  • Toledo Cultural Arts Center at the Valentine Theatre – $10,034 to install automatic door openers for two restrooms.

TOLEDO, OH – July 6, 2022 – The Board of Trustees of Greater Toledo Community Foundation recently approved $149,515 in grants from the David C. and Lura M. Lovell Foundation Designated Fund of the Greater Toledo Community Foundation (Lovell Fund) to six nonprofit organizations.

Grants from the Lovell Fund are made to nonprofit organizations whose programming seeks to reduce the stigma around living with and seeking services for a mental health issue.

Grants were made to:

  • Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo – $25,000 was awarded to support case management services for participants enrolled in the Opportunity Kitchen culinary arts and life skills job-training program.
  • Imagination Station – $13,015 was awarded to support a STEM-based learning experience for youth receiving services from the Zepf Center designed to develop confidence, resiliency and team building skills.
  • NAMI of Greater Toledo – $33,000 was awarded to support educational programming and support for families coping with the mental health diagnosis of a family member.
  • NAMI of Greater Toledo – $11,500 was awarded to support the Kidshop/Teenshop program that helps children and youth with a mental health diagnosis or young people who have a family member with a mental health diagnosis to build self-esteem, develop coping skills, form positive relationships and minimize isolation.
  • Neighborhood Properties, Inc. – $15,000 was awarded to support the Alexis Road Family Resource Center that offers social-emotional learning and enrichment services for children and their families in a safe supportive environment.
  • Thomas M. Wernert Center $27,000 was awarded to support peer-led services that are designed to help individuals living with mental illness manage their recovery, combat loneliness, build self-confidence and reduce stigma.
  • Toledo Streets Workforce Development – $25,000 was awarded to support case management and job skills training services for homeless individuals with a diagnosis of mental illness. 

The Philanthropic Services Officer's primary responsibility is increasing and enhancing the Foundation’s development and donor services. Full-time position + excellent benefits. Email resume and cover letter to [email protected] (please include Philanthropic Services Officer in the subject line). This position will remain open until it is filled. Full job description below.


JOB TITLE:                  Philanthropic Services Officer

DEPARTMENT:           Philanthropic Services

SUPERVISOR:             Vice President Philanthropic Services & Advancement

Greater Toledo Community Foundation is a community asset. The Foundation is a collection of funds established by donors interested in philanthropy and supporting the greater Toledo area. Currently, the assets of the Foundation in excess of $435 million are made up of more than 900 funds. The Foundation is the largest grantmaker in the Toledo area, granting more than $20 million annually.

General Job Description

The Philanthropic Services team of Greater Toledo Community Foundation actively works with more than 1,000 charitable individuals, families and businesses to express their generosity. The Philanthropic Services Officer is charged with the overall growth and sustainability of the Foundation: to secure funds for the organization by fulfilling the interests and passions of prospective donors and advising current fundholders.  Additionally, the position builds relationships with estate planning and corporate attorneys, accountants, financial planners, wealth managers and trust officers. This position will be responsible for assisting leadership related to development and donor services.

The Philanthropic Services Officer is responsible for delivering excellent fundholder experiences in grantmaking and philanthropic advising to 300 funds in their portfolio. The position is also charged with maintaining relationships with affiliate community foundations, including employees, board members, fundholders and prospects. Success is defined by new fund growth, current fundholder satisfaction, legacy conversions, positive attitude and teamwork. 

Major Duties and Responsibilities

Active Development

  • Assist the Philanthropic Services Department in raising $30 million per year. 
  • Identify, cultivate, solicit and secure commitments from donors, including individuals, families, businesses and private foundations.
  • Develop and build pipeline of prospective donors for planned and legacy gifts.
  • Work with donor prospects to draft fund agreements and gift documentation. 
  • Develop and maintain portfolios from identification of prospects to solicitation of gifts.
  • Establish a program of personal visits with past, present and future (legacy) donors.

Relationship Management and Advising

  • Serve as relationship manager for high-capacity donors to develop and strengthen grantmaking ideas.
  • Build and maintain relationships with financial advisors, accountants, lawyers and referral sources.
  • Ensure active stewardship of fundholders, including legacy donors, current and prospective fundholders.
  • Collaborate with the Program team and ensure donor familiarity and intent.
  • Manage and maintain records in Community Suite, the Foundation’s CRM.

Additional

  • Maintain knowledge of state/federal taxes, estate giving methods and legal aspects of charitable giving.
  • Participate in Philanthropic Services’ and community-related events.
  • Partner with Financial team; ensure accuracy and timeliness of reports and spreadsheets.
  • Collaborate with Program team on grantmaking and fulfilling donor intent. 

Minor Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist in the management of department’s services provided to the affiliated community foundations.
  • Support the production of software reports pertaining to gifts and donors as directed.
  • Work cooperatively with Foundation staff in cooperative and participatory manner to ensure a smooth and timely flow of support services.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications for the Job

Education:

Bachelor’s degree

Experience:

  • Minimum 3-5 years professional fundraising, nonprofit or business sales experience, including cultivating, soliciting and closing prospective donors/clients with record of major gift and planned giving experience.     
  • Comprehensive knowledge of, or willingness to learn, state/federal taxes and giving methods. 
  • Knowledge of community foundations preferred, but not required.
  • Understanding of and commitment to the Foundation’s goals and mission.

Other:

  Outstanding written and verbal skills.

  Must be able to develop interpersonal relationships with multiple constituents.

  Ability to plan, organize and remain accountable.

  Experience in making group presentations and committee management.

  Ability to function in a confidential manner.

Key Competencies

  Impeccable ethics, initiative, enthusiasm and ability to establish credibility.

  Able to organize own work in the Philanthropic Services Department to meet deadlines.

  Able to think and act independently and with good judgement.

  Advanced word processing functions skills.

Physical Requirements

While this is mainly an office position, the ability to lift small boxes (letter stock, postcard stock, paper) is required occasionally.

Additionally, this position will require travel outside of the office to meet with prospective donors, financial planners and current donors.

To apply for this position, email your resume and cover letter to [email protected]. Please include Philanthropic Services Officer in the subject line. The position will remain open until it is filled.

TOLEDO, OH, June 1, 2022 – The Board of Trustees of Greater Toledo Community Foundation (GTCF) recently approved $53,150 in grants from the Toledo Mud Hens Baseball Club’s Helping Hens Fund to ten area nonprofit organizations.

Grants from the Toledo Mud Hens Baseball Club’s Helping Hens Fund are made to nonprofit organizations providing sports and recreation services to youth enrolled in kindergarten through twelfth grade. Grants were made to:

  • American Heart Association, Toledo Chapter – a $2,000 grant was awarded to support CPR and First Aid training for adult volunteers of youth athletics.
  • Autism Model School – a $3,000 grant was awarded to purchase new adaptive bikes and safety equipment for younger students and support on-going maintenance of current equipment.
  • Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Foundation – a $5,000 grant was awarded to support the installation of a shade structure at Eli Joyce Field.
  • Courageous Community Services – a $10,000 grant was awarded to support pool maintenance and repairs.
  • Children’s Theatre Workshop of Toledo – a $2,000 grant was awarded to support scholarship stipends and program supplies for Summer Theatre Camp.
  • Historic South Initiative – a $9,000 grant was awarded to support the installation of playground equipment at Queen of Apostles School.
  • Little Blessings Veteran and Community Center – a $7,000 grant was awarded to support an equine riding program for children of deployed military families and veterans.
  • Sylvania Water Polo – a $2,000 grant was awarded to support water polo equipment replacement and maintenance.
  • Toledo-Lucas County Police Athletic League (PAL) – a $5,650 grant was awarded to support the youth summer baseball league.
  • Toledo School for the Arts – a $7,500 grant was awarded to support the construction of a barrier-free dance studio.

TOLEDO, OHIO, May 20, 2022 – The Board of Trustees of Greater Toledo Community Foundation recently awarded grants totaling $290,000 from its Community Funds Impact and Builder Grants programs to six organizations. The Community Funds Impact and Builder Grants programs provide seed money for new, innovative programming that addresses unmet community needs.

The next deadline for proposals is July 15, 2022. For more details on upcoming grant deadlines, click here.

Grants were recently awarded to the following organizations:

Goodwill Industries of Northwest Ohio – $120,000 was awarded to support a new collaborative job-training program in partnership with Bitwise Impact.

JumpStart, Inc. – $50,000 was awarded to support the coordination of services for Toledo small business owners and entrepreneurs.  

Lourdes University – $45,000 was awarded to support the Like Me program which is designed to encourage minority students to enter the education field.

Toledo Alliance for the Performing Arts (TAPA) – $25,000 was awarded to support a collaborative dance program with Boys & Girls Clubs of Toledo.  

Toledo Cultural Arts Center at the Valentine Theatre – $25,000 was awarded to support performances designed for audience members with autism spectrum disorder.

Water for Ishmael – $25,000 was awarded to support programming for Afghan refugees in northwest Ohio.

TOLEDO, OHIO, May 4, 2022– The Board of Trustees of Greater Toledo Community Foundation recently approved grants totaling $20,635 from the Bill Rowles Youth Foundation Fund to support programs in northwest Ohio that enhance the lives of young people under the age of 21. Grants were awarded to nine area nonprofit organizations.  

  • Adopt America Network –$2,000 was awarded to support emancipated youth transitioning into independent living.
  • Advocating Opportunities – $1,500 was awarded to support survivors of human trafficking.
  • Anne Grady – $860 was awarded to purchase bikes for special needs children receiving respite services.
  • Bittersweet Farms – $3,000 was awarded to support a transitional program in Pemberville that improves academic, social and vocational skills of individuals between the ages of 12 and 21.
  • Camp Courageous & The Arc of Northwest Ohio, Inc. dba Courageous Community Services – $3,000 was awarded to support summer program scholarships.
  • CASA/GAL of Hancock County – $1,500 was awarded to support volunteer recruitment and training for court victim advocates.
  • GreaterGenerations – $3,000 was awarded to support a workforce development program.
  • Mountain Mentors – $2,775 was awarded to support a mentoring program for at-risk teens.
  • The RIDGE Project, Inc. – $3,000 was awarded to support a summer rehabilitation film camp.

Mr. Rowles created a Field of Interest Fund at Greater Toledo Community Foundation to support youth programs, youth groups, youth serving organizations and other activities in northwest Ohio which enhance the lives of young people, aged 21 years and younger. According to his wishes, funding priority is given to programs, groups, organizations and activities in the Wood County, OH area. 

TOLEDO, OHIO, May 2, 2022 – The Board of Trustees of Greater Toledo Community Foundation (GTCF) approved plans for an Equity & Access Initiative in 2020 to proactively address the concerns raised by communities that are disproportionately impacted by inequity and lack of access in the Greater Toledo area. The Foundation has committed grant funding toward this effort, and has awarded $262,480 in grants through two rounds of funding to 11 nonprofit organizations over the last year. At the March Board of Trustees meeting, the Board voted to commit an additional $300,000 over the next three years to local nonprofits from minority-led, smaller permanent staffed, novice and established nonprofits that incorporate a proactive grassroot approach to fund new and existing projects that align with the focus of the fund.

Then and now, GTCF invites community input relative to those needs and how the community can support projects that address the removal of barriers in one or more of four focus areas.   

Now entering the third round of grantmaking from this fund, the Foundation seeks proposals that address these focus areas:

  • advocacy,
  • economic development,
  • employment, and
  • nonprofit capacity.

Local nonprofit organizations which are located in and providing services for residents of northwest Ohio or southeast Michigan may apply for funding, and the Foundation is especially interested in investing to support minority-led, smaller permanent staffed nonprofits that proactively implement a grassroot approach to their mission and work.

More information about GTCF’s Equity & Access Initiative Fund can be found at here.

The grant opportunity is open now for applications here through July 2, 2022. The GTCF Board will have the final determination of funding, with those decisions announced in late-September, 2022.

“Our hope is that by coming together, we can offer solutions to our community challenges in creative and inclusive ways,” said Keith Burwell, president, Greater Toledo Community Foundation.  “We will continue to hold ourselves accountable to help heal and connect our community.  And we will continue to work with others to build a livable, equitable and just community – where everyone feels safe,” he concluded. 

Greater Toledo Community Foundation and The Blade, in partnership with The Center for Nonprofit Resources, announce the 2022 Northwest Ohio Nonprofit Excellence Awards. Applications for the excellence awards were accepted until midnight on May 31, 2022. 

Local nonprofit organizations were encouraged to nominate themselves for the awards by completing an application between by May 31, 2022. Winners will be announced on Thursday, October 20, 2022 at a special breakfast ceremony. Winners receive a one-of-a-kind glass award, a $7,500 unrestricted grant from Greater Toledo Community Foundation and a $1,000 unrestricted grant from The Andersons, plus a half-page ad in The Blade. 

About the Awards

The Blade and Greater Toledo Community Foundation, in partnership with The Center for Nonprofit Resources, are pleased to announce a refreshed iteration of the Nonprofit Innovation & Excellence Awards - now called the Northwest Ohio Nonprofit Excellence Awards. The Awards are designed to honor and recognize outstanding nonprofit organizations and their achievements in our community.

Awards will be given to three nonprofit organizations, one in each of the following categories (note the new categories for this year):

  • Excellence in Collaborative Programming
  • Excellence in Strategic Action
  • Excellence in Organizational Operations

Awards Eligibility and Criteria

In each category, applicant organizations should meet the following general eligibility criteria: 

  • Applicant must be a nonprofit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code and based in northwest Ohio or southeast Michigan.
  • Organizations may apply for, and are eligible to win in, more than one award category, but must submit a separate application for each category and must address the criteria specific to each award.
  • Once an organization has received an award, that organization will become ineligible for that same award for the following three years.

All organizations are required to submit due diligence documentation with their online application to Greater Toledo Community Foundation. Documentation includes: 

  • A copy of the organizational budget for the current fiscal year;
  • A copy of the audited financial statements for the most recent year available – if unavailable, the unaudited income and expense statement and balance sheet must be provided;
  • A list of board members with affiliations; and
  • A copy of the applicant’s tax exemption letter from the Internal Revenue Service.

The submission must include:

  • A high quality electronic version of the organization’s logo, and 
  • Three original electronic high resolution photos (300 DPI or higher) that depict the organization’s mission and services.

These items will be used as part of the award ceremony for organizations selected as finalists. Winners will not be announced in advance of the ceremony. As part of the review process, any applicant may be requested to submit additional supplemental information.

AWARDS CRITERIA

Excellence in Collaborative Programming

This award showcases a joint initiative that leverages the skills and resources of multiple nonprofit partners to deliver excellent service to residents of northwest Ohio or southeast Michigan. Creative partnerships lead to greater impact in the community by reaching underserved audiences and avoiding duplication of service. Applications that clearly address the following will receive priority consideration: 

  • Description – Provide a description of the specific project for which the application is being made. Include details about how the project represents a creative solution to a community challenge.
  • Collaboration – Fully describe all partners contributing to project success including, but not limited to, nonprofit organizations, businesses, governmental agencies or funders. 
  • Results – Provide a description of how the project is evaluated and what measurable, positive results have ensued.

Applications for the Excellence in Collaborative Programming Award were accepted until midnight on May 31, 2022. 

Please note, there is only one application. Within the application, organizations choose which category they wish to apply for; if an organization wishes to apply for two awards, they will need to complete and submit two separate applications.

Excellence in Strategic Action

This award highlights organizations that have strategically expanded programming or pivoted to a new service delivery model to better meet a community need. Priority consideration will be given to projects that utilized data and metrics to identify a gap in service, aligned with community-wide planning efforts to ensure activities did not duplicate existing services and successfully implemented and sustained the expansion. It is anticipated that projects will still be active and have completed the strategic action within the past five years, but the committee will consider older initiatives as well.  Applications that address the following will receive priority consideration:

  • Description – Describe how the opportunity for expansion or a new approach to service delivery was identified.  Detail the planning and implementation process. Clearly identify the need that was addressed through the strategic action including, but not limited to, reaching participants in an underserved geography, reaching a specific demographic or pursuing a policy change, etc. Note how the action has been sustained.
  • Results – Describe how success is measured.  Include any metrics that illustrate impact.

Applications for the Excellence in Strategic Action Award were accepted until midnight on May 31, 2022. 

Please note, there is only one application. Within the application, organizations choose which category they wish to apply for; if an organization wishes to apply for two awards, they will need to complete and submit two separate applications.

Excellence in Organizational Operations

This award recognizes organizations for overall excellence. The strongest applications will demonstrate active involvement by staff, board members, volunteers and constituents in advancing the mission of the organization.  Eligible applicants must have 501(c)(3) nonprofit status for at least five years and have a local governance and management structure in place. Applications that cite examples of best practices within the following areas will receive priority consideration:

  • Governance – Provide examples that demonstrate organizational excellence in board management and engagement.
  • Financial Management & Fundraising – Provide examples that show the organization’s financial management is strong, transparent and accountable.  Describe the organization's development strategies including adherence to best practices and donor centered approaches.
  • Evaluation/Community Impact – Cite examples of how outcome data is used to achieve the organization’s mission and how this impacts the community.

Applications for the Excellence in Organizational Operations Award were accepted until midnight on May 31, 2022. 

Please note, there is only one application. Within the application, organizations choose which category they wish to apply for; if an organization wishes to apply for two awards, they will need to complete and submit two separate applications.

Print a copy of these Grant Guidelines here.

Awards Selection Process & Timeline

The award application deadline was Tuesday, May 31, 2022. Award applications must be submitted through Greater Toledo Community Foundation’s online application process. Award applications must be received by midnight of the application deadline.

Selection Committee

A GTCF selection committee comprised of past winners and community members with knowledge of area nonprofits will review the applications and select award winners in each category.

Recipient Prizes

All Award Recipients will receive:

  • The honor and distinction of being recognized as a leader among northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan’s nonprofits;
  • A one-of-a-kind glass art award engraved with the organization’s name;
  • An unrestricted grant from Greater Toledo Community Foundation in the amount of $7,500;
  • An unrestricted grant in the amount of $1,000 from The Andersons;
  • A half-page ad in The Blade;
  • A feature article highlighting the winning organizations in Greater Toledo Community Foundation‘s newsletter, and sharing of award winners via The Center for Nonprofit Resources’ e-newsletter and website; and
  • One table for ten (at no charge) to the recognition event to be held on Thursday, October 20, 2022.

Awards Ceremony Information

Awards will be presented to winning organizations at the Northwest Ohio Nonprofit Excellence Awards ceremony and breakfast on Thursday, October 20, 2022. Questions about the ceremony should be directed to Laura Sams at [email protected].
                                   

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Greater Toledo Community Foundation is hiring an Accounting Assistant. This position is part of the Finance team and reports to the Controller. The position profile follows. To apply, email a cover letter and your resume to [email protected] The position will remain open until it is filled.


JOB TITLE: Accounting Assistant

DEPARTMENT: Finance

SUPERVISOR: Controller

Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. is a community asset. The Foundation is a collection of funds established by donors interested in philanthropy and supporting the Toledo area. Currently, the assets of the Foundation are approximately $435 million, made up of more than 900 funds. The Foundation is the largest grantmaker in the Toledo area, granting an average of $18 million a year.

GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION
This position will be responsible for the day-to-day activities related to gift entry as well as ordering the funds needed to pay grants. This position is a very detail-oriented job where accuracy, to the penny, is important.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Preparation of all bank and brokerage firm deposit slips
Data entry for gifts, including preparing acknowledgement letters
Data entry for accounts payable and some month-end journal entries
Preparation of money orders for grant payments and record transfers (between pools)
Ensure that bills are paid timely
Prepare all approved checks, download grant letters and prepare check registers
Prepare 1099s annually
Scan supporting documents
Manage company credit cards
Provide secretarial support as needed for the Finance Department

MINOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Provide back-up for phones in the absence of the Administrative Assistant or the Grantmaking Associate
Other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE JOB
Education:
Associates degree

Experience:
2 years nonprofit and/or grantmaking experience

Other:
Ability to review and proofread documents for accuracy, spelling, punctuation and grammar
Ability to manage multiple tasks in an environment with short deadlines
Meet monthly financial deadlines

KEY COMPETENCIES
Experience with Microsoft Office Suite
Self-starter, detail oriented, accurate and meticulous with work product
Ability to work independently and in a team environment

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
While this is mainly an office position, the ability to lift small boxes (letter stock, postcard stock, paper) is required occasionally.

To apply, email a cover letter and your resume to [email protected]
The position will remain open until it is filled.

Controller

Greater Toledo Community Foundation

The Foundation is looking to fill the position of Controller. This position reports to the Chief Financial Officer and is a supervisory position that will oversee the Finance team. The position profile follows. To apply, email a cover letter and your resume to [email protected] The position will remain open until it is filled.


JOB TITLE:                         Controller

DEPARTMENT:                 Finance

SUPERVISOR:                   Chief Financial Officer

The Greater Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. is a community asset. The Foundation is a collection of funds established by donors interested in philanthropy and supporting the Toledo area. Currently, the assets of the Foundation are approximately $435 million, made up of over 900 funds. The Foundation is the largest grantmaker in the Toledo area, granting an average of $18 million a year.

General Job Description

This position will be the leader of the Foundation's new, integrated software package. Responsibilities will include managing the Finance team; maintaining/updating procedures for the new software; preparing quarterly financial statements; accurate preparation of quarterly donor reports; and managing the annual audit.

Major Duties and Job Responsibilities

Lead software team/Train super-users

Prepare quarterly financial statements

Create financial statement and supporting schedule reports

Manage in-house technology needs, working with IT consultant Schedule and oversee the external audit and related activities

Ensure that periodic bank reconciliations are completed on a timely basis

Maintain a system of controls over accounting transactions

Monitor actual operating revenues/expenses and inform President or CFO of any significant variances

Supervise the Finance Team (Fund Accounting Manager, Grants Manager and Accounting Assistant)

Communicate with banks, brokerage firms or other financial institutions to facilitate the timely sale and reinvestment of non-cash assets donated to the Foundation or its related entities

Prepare annual operating budget schedules for the CFO’s review

Minor Duties and Job Responsibilities

Maintain the chart of accounts

Update/Maintain Finance Department Procedures Manual

Review HR related vendors and recommend options

Other duties as assigned

Qualifications for the Job

Education:

4-year degree, preferably with a concentration in Accounting, Finance or MIS

Preference will be given to candidates with the Certified Public Accountant designation

Experience:

3 to 5 years in a supervisory role

Other:

Ability to manage many job tasks while supervising others

Ability to work closely with senior management

Self-motivated

Meet monthly financial deadlines

Key Competencies

Experience with Microsoft Office Suite

Strong interpersonal, communication and presentation skills

Ability to identify best practices in all areas of Finance

Strong analytical and organizational skills

Physical Requirements

While this is mainly an office position, the ability to lift small boxes (letter stock, postcard stock, paper) is required occasionally.

There is generally no travel involved, unless attending Foundation or professional development events.

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