Position Description: In partnership with Museum leadership and the Manager of Museum Events, this position is responsible for coordinating fundraising events for Museum patrons, potential funders, and sponsors/corporate members that yield more than $3 million each year. This position advances the Hammer Museum's mission through fundraising as it relates to special events and targeted philanthropic corporate sponsorships and partnerships. This includes two major annual fundraising events: Gala in the Garden and K.A.M.P. (Kids Art Museum Project). Additionally, provides support to openings, dinners, receptions, and corporate member rentals.
This position supports a comprehensive fundraising event plan to cultivate and secure support for the Hammer's annual operations, with an emphasis on drafting correspondence, conducting research, coordinating meetings and events, and communicating with third-parties such as event sponsors, chairs, in-kind partners, vendors, and contractors. Works closely with Manager, Museum Events and Chief Development Officer to manage the event plan and prepare regular status reports to keep all involved apprised of event activity and key points of coordination. This position will also be responsible for tracking pledges and gifts associated with the events and acting as a liaison with other departments (communications, curatorial, operations, etc.) as their activities relate to Development Events.
Maintains a sophisticated and nuanced understanding of sponsors', chairs', and major donors' interests, enthusiasms, connections, and relationships with the Hammer, in order to advance successful events as well as longer range engagement, cultivation, and stewardship with the institution.
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