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Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance Development Manager

(Business Memberships, Sponsorships, Program Implementation & Fundraising)


The Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance (SAACA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the creation, preservation and advancement of the Arts.


Providing new opportunities and leadership for the arts to transform people, communities and the daily lives of individuals everywhere.

With funds generated through community support from individual donors, special event revenues, grants, and collaborative business partnerships, SAACA provides diverse engagement opportunities for artists, organizations, businesses, and individuals in the community. SAACA is committed to the economic and cultural development of Southern Arizona. Each year the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance provides more than 200,000 unique arts and cultural engagement opportunities for the community including arts festivals, culinary events, galleries, community festivals, arts based implemented professional development and programs, arts therapy and live music presentations.

NEW POSTING: Sonoran Institute Development Manager

IDA Development Associate

Position Overview

IDA is hiring a Development Associate to work in its Tucson, Arizona office. Reporting to the Executive Director, the position works closely with staff and the Board of Directors to create and oversee implementation of a strategic approach to fundraising, which includes major gifts, corporate donations, and in-kind resources. The position also plays a critical role in IDA’s fund development work by providing support to staff, and participating in all fundraising activities, including donor and public relations, annual appeals, and special events.

NEW POSTING: Sonoran Institute Development Coordinator

Who we are

Sonoran Institute is one of the West’s leading and most innovative environmental organizations. Founded in Tucson in 1990, we are the lead organization for on-the-ground restoration in the Colorado River Delta, are leading the charge for the restoration of the Santa Cruz River, and are working on innovative approaches to increase renewable energy generation and promote smart growth. We celebrated our 25th Anniversary in 2015 and are in the midst of a robust marketing and fundraising effort to support the launch of our 2040 Vision. The Development department of the Sonoran Institute is responsible for the cultivation of individual donors, foundations, and corporations. Development staff are responsible for raising general unrestricted revenues, endowment funds and supporting the funding needs of specific projects and programs. The Sonoran Institute currently receives support from a loyal and generous group of ~500 donors throughout the United States and is working to expand this base of support.

General Overview

The Development Coordinator (DC) helps implement the annual Development Plan under the leadership of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and with the support of the development and marketing teams. The DC is a key member of a growing fundraising department which employs the full range of fundraising activities to generate outright, deferred, stock and in-kind gifts. Fundraising goals in the Development Plan are met by focusing on private philanthropy including individuals, family foundations, institutional foundations and corporations, and by working closely with the Director of Marketing, Corporate andFoundation Relations, senior staff and a Philanthropy Consultant. Through program coordination, data base management and personal communication, the DC helps develop and steward relationships on behalf of the Sonoran Institute with prospective supporters and current donors. The DC has a range of fundraising responsibilities from designing and implementing direct mail appeals to supporting the CEO in developing and sustaining major donors. The DC contributes to high s


EdLeader21 is a national, professional learning community for K-12 district and school leaders.  The primary focus of the organization is to provide tools, resources, and networking opportunities for K-12 education leaders wishing to integrate the 4Cs – critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity – into their education systems.   The EdLeader21 Team has a strong sense of purpose and works diligently with their members to design and develop programs and resources that have a meaningful impact on their organizations.


The Membership Director is a full-time position reporting to the President, and supporting the member recruitment, engagement and retention efforts of EdLeader21.   The primary function of the Membership Director is to manage and implement the day-to-day membership activities of the organization.

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