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The Stewardship Officer, Donor Relations is responsible for stewardship support and initiatives for assigned business unit(s) to promote renewal and increased giving of donors. Reporting to the Stewardship Manager, under the direction of the Director of Donor Relations, this position plays a key role in supporting MSK’s fundraising goals by assisting with the preparation of compelling and meaningful content for donors on the impact of their gifts at all giving levels.
The Stewardship Officer will work alongside fundraisers to impact the success of fundraising by strengthening relationships between all stakeholders by assisting with research updates and stewardship meetings, events and naming opportunities and other identified stewardship initiatives. The Stewardship Officer will maintain a consistent portfolio of donors who require stewardship or engagement in addition to supporting development-wide stewardship and event initiatives.
The position requires strong project management skills and stewardship experience.
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