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The Friends Committee on National Legislation, the oldest registered religious lobby in the United States, is seeking an experienced director who will design and implement a comprehensive annual fund program to support the organization’s non-partisan, multi-issue advocacy. The Annual Fund Director will lead the planning and implementation of FCNL’s $3 million Annual Fund with the goal of growing the Annual Fund and donor base. We are seeking a director who will bring a fresh outlook and new ideas to the table, particularly in the areas of major gifts, new donor acquisition, giving by Quaker meetings and churches, and donor retention.
FCNL is seeking an experienced, focused and innovative individual to develop, coach and grow FCNL’s network of grassroots advocates around the country. In our successful work to change federal policies, we have found that combining the experience and expertise of our Hill lobbying team with grassroots advocates engaged over the long-term is the best way to accomplish the goals Quakers have set for this community
Join FCNL's staff in Washington, DC full-time for 11 months in this paid program. For recent grads and others at the beginning of their careers.
Lead grassroots campaigns on your campus or in your community. For students, recent grads and others at the beginning of their careers: ages 19-30.
Take your first step into federal policy and nonprofit work. Primarily for current students, ages 18-23, but older participants will be considered.
FCNL is looking for volunteers to work in our office performing tasks such as answering phones, greeting visitors, responding to information requests, and contacting our constituents.
FCNL seeks to create a diverse workplace. We are actively soliciting applicants from different ethnic, racial and religious backgrounds.