Young Invincibles (YI) is the nation’s leading Millennial research and advocacy group, working
to amplify the voices of young adults in the political process and expand economic opportunity
for our generation. YI seeks an individual giving manager for its Washington, D.C. headquarters.
This individual will manage the individual giving and family foundation portfolios of a coalition focused on identifying, developing, and scaling data-driven strategies for increasing college student voter engagement. Working directly with coalition leadership and donors, the individual will establish and grow a pool of individual donors supportive of increasing student voter rates. The individual will be responsible for developing and strengthening the strategies, tools, and systems to sustain and expand individual and family foundation fundraising efforts.
Reports to: Senior Director of Development
Key Skills & Qualifications:
Comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, & vision coverage, company funded HRA plan; 401K retirement, life insurance, generous vacation, etc.
About Young Invincibles:
Young Invincibles (“YI”) is a non-profit working to expand opportunity for young Americans ages 18 to 34 and amplify the voice of our generation in the national political conversation. Founded by and for young adults in the summer of 2009 during the debate over health care reform, YI has quickly grown into a leading voice for young people on the issues healthcare, higher education, and employment. The organization has achieved major successes in areas ranging from the regulation of college health plans to Pell grants and has successfully engaged hundreds of thousands of young adults online, through a network of over 100 partner organizations.
Young Invincibles is an equal employment opportunity employer and strongly encourages diverse candidates to apply. Young Invincibles does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, sex (including pregnancy), gender, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, medical condition including genetic characteristics, mental or physical disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, (including transgender status), weight, height, linguistic characteristics (such as accent and limited English proficiency, where not substantially job-related), citizenship status, or any other basis prohibited by law.