Corporate Giving Officer

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February 17, 2021
Part Time
$2000 per month

**This position has been closed.**

Feminist FrequencyFeminist Frequency
is a nonprofit dedicated to advocating for a more just and equitable media landscape and the end of abuse in the games industry. Our latest initiative is the Games and Online Harassment Hotline, a free, text message-based, confidential emotional support hotline for anyone who makes or plays games. We take a compassion-forward, trauma-informed, and survivor-centered approach to providing a support space for people experiencing a variety of mental health, harassment, or workplace struggles.

We’re really proud of our media focused work, our Hotline, and our upcoming projects and are driven to make it even more accessible and sustainable.

Why we need you

We are excited for the opportunity to grow and expand this year. With that, we will need ever more robust and diverse funding sources to ensure the sustainability of all our programming. While we have a young and small existing corporate funding program, it’s time to strengthen it.

You might not have explicit nonprofit fundraising experience but we love your years of working in the games industry and are excited to support your growth in this hybrid space. With your existing game industry relationships and boundless creative ideas, you will make our organization stronger, more sustainable, and able to be here for the long haul. Your job will be to seek out corporate partners who would be excited to support us and entice them to do so by showing them all the ways that our work already serves their audiences, their employees, and their communities.

Here’s what you’ll be doing

As our Corporate Giving Officer, you will be the face of Feminist Frequency to our corporate partners. You will be leading and executing a strategic plan to grow corporate partnerships, internal affinity group relationships, matching sponsorships, or promotional partnerships. This will involve cultivating and managing a portfolio of corporate relationships, creating engaging materials for corporate prospects, and implementing creative corporate recognition and benefits avenues consistently.

  • Create and execute a corporate partnership strategy including identifying, researching, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding a portfolio of prospects
  • Staff and advise the Executive Director in successfully managing her portfolio of corporate sponsors or partners
  • Create engaging materials for corporate prospects, such as slide decks, one-sheets, sponsorship packets, written proposals, etc.
  • Collaborate internally to cultivate game company employees or affinity groups as individual donor prospects
  • Stay apprised of trends in the gaming industry that impact corporate giving

You’ll need these qualifications

  • 2-3 years experience in relevant positions
  • Knowledge of gaming and gaming industry
  • Ability to navigate the terrain of corporate structures and communicate effectively and confidently with corporate leaders and employees
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member in a remote work environment

It would be nice if you have

  • Nonprofit experience
  • Existing relationships in the gaming industry and community
  • Confidence in building (not just maintaining) consistent systems and core activities

Compensation & Benefits

This is a part-time contract role on an entirely remote team. However, it would be ideal for this person to live in one of the major American gaming hubs in the Seattle, San Francisco, or Los Angeles areas, to facilitate in-person relationship building with game companies when it is safe to do so.

  • $2000 flat rate a month, estimated 40 hours per month, hours variable month to month throughout the year based on projects
  • Social justice driven workplace with a passionate team
  • Fully remote

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Feminist Frequency is an equal opportunity employer. Our team is made stronger with the inclusion of amazing people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives, so we especially encourage folks with marginalized identities to apply. We champion each other and aim every day to foster a workplace that feels like a celebrated and uplifting place to work.

To apply please send your cover letter and resume to with the subject line "Corporate Partners Manager." Since this is a development role, we're interested in hearing about the connections you have in the games space and your interest in helping us foster relationships and fundraise in those corporate settings; please include that in your cover letter.

If needed, we are happy to provide accommodations to help you apply just contact us at the above email address. We will be accepting applications through March 5, 2021.

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