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MISSION STATEMENT: The Immune Deficiency Foundation improves the diagnosis, treatment, and quality of life of people affected by primary immunodeficiency through fostering a community empowered by advocacy, education, and research.
CORE VALUES: Inclusion, Integrity, Innovation
GUIDING PRINCIPLES: Commitment, Leadership, Accountability
DIVERSITY STATEMENT: We are rare, powerful, and inclusive. Like the stripes of a zebra, no two people are the same. At IDF, we celebrate this uniqueness every day. An inclusive, diverse, and fair workplace makes our community more powerful. As a commitment to these values, IDF requires associates and vendors to have EEO and non-discrimination policies in place as a condition of partnering with our organization. The Immune Deficiency Foundation is proud to be an equal-opportunity employer.

Current Employment Opportunities

Donor and Volunteer Relations Coordinator

The Donor and Volunteer Relations Coordinator is responsible for processing donations, memberships, sponsorships, and grants received from individual donors and private funders; producing acknowledgment letters; and interfacing with the Finance Department to ensure accurate recording of contributed revenue. In addition, the coordinator will assist with outreach to raise awareness of the organization and its mission and general support of development activities, including maintaining the department calendar of fundraising activities and events; direct mail, electronic, and social media appeals; and stewardship of donors, such as sponsor acknowledgment, donor listings for the annual report, etc., and support of organization-wide events, especially if donors and volunteers are attending. The coordinator also serves as a primary point of contact for the recruitment, onboarding, and training of volunteers, including conducting volunteer interviews and updating and maintaining volunteer program descriptions. The Donor and Volunteer Relations Coordinator will interface with external partners to coordinate Volunteer participation in Walk for PI events and Plasma Awareness Campaigns.

The position is remote but will require travel to the IDF office in Hanover, Maryland as well as occasional travel for conferences or educational events.

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