Donation Recorder. This position will be responsible for tracking and thanking our donor base. You will receive notifications once donations are receive dand be responsible for inputting donor information and donation amounts into our database, thanking our supporters through email, letters and handwritten notes, providing tax receipts as necessary or requested, and adding donor information to our mailing list so we can ekeep in contact and update our supporters on current news and success stores. Thanking our donors and keeping the informed and updated as to our progress in meeting our mission will be crucial in our ongoing success and fundraising efforts.
Fundraising Committee Member. Once established, the Fundraising Committee will meet minimally on a quarterly basis. The Committee will work with the Fundraising and Events Managers to develop fundraising ideas in support of our mission and work to coordinate and lead these events. It's a fun and worthwhile opportunity, which will give you the opportunity to share your talents, fundraising ideas, meet and interact with fellow animal lovers and most of all, raise much needed funds to help us in our shared goal to "Save a Life Today" of companion animals in need.
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The Rescue Crew will strive to set ourselves apart from other organizations by maintaining both proactive and reactive support and communication with our team members, fosters, volunteers and prospective and past adopters (maintaining an “Adopters Welcome” way of thinking and conducting business).
Adopters Welcome philosophy: This way of thinking is an approach to adoptions that embraces community members, encourages them to adopt, and helps them and their pets succeed. The approach also acknowledges the connection among all local animal welfare organizations and the impact adoptions, or lack thereof, can have on all of the animals in the communities in which we serve. The approach builds on new ways of thinking and working to reduce barriers to adoptions that sometimes exist within the animal rescue/welfare community. For more information, please visit: https://www.animalsheltering.org/page/adopters-welcome-manual
In general, this means establishing and nurturing new relationships, maintain ongoing dialogue and building upon existing relationships, and conducting post-adoption conversations to follow-up with adopters in an effort to provide ongoing support and do our best to ensure appropriate and proper placement of our animals we place and reduce potential risks of returns by providing proactive support and tips to assist individuals when bringing a new animal into the home.
Communications and the nurturing of relationships will be handled through a variety of mediums, such as texts, private/instant messaging, FB friending and posting, emails and telephone conversations (but the preferred and most often beneficial communication is through personal contact—either in person or through telephone conversations).