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Director, Legacy – Job Posting

This is an outstanding city.
But you don't just take.
You've got to build.

Fran Deacon

Wife of the late Fraser Deacon,
Founder of Toronto Foundation

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Director, Legacy – Job Posting

The Role

Do you have exceptional relationship building skills?   Are you a planned giving professional? Can you take your track record of success and build it into a new program?

Join a thriving foundation known for connecting philanthropy to community needs, enabling maximum community impact through strategic granting and thought leadership.

The Director, Legacy reports to the President & CEO and is a member of the senior management team of Toronto Foundation.  This position is responsible for the development and management of new individual bequests including both general gifts and new funds.

The Director will work closely with the Directors of Fundholder Engagement, and Philanthropy, to ensure seamless integration of all activities.

For the full job description click here.

Please submit your resume in confidence to resumes@torontofoundation.ca and include the position title and your name in the subject line of the email (e.g. Job Title, First Name Last Name).

Deadline: Friday June 28, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.


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