Project Bread is a vibrant organization with a deep commitment to creating positive social change. We work in a fast-paced environment that values learning and an entrepreneurial approach. Knowing its importance to the success of our work, Project Bread is committed to diversity and inclusion, and we aspire to build a diverse staff team and community, including groups that are traditionally underrepresented among our sector leadership.
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The Grants Manager, a new position on the fundraising team, will help advance Project Bread’s mission to permanently solve hunger in Massachusetts. The successful candidate supports various components of foundation fundraising from researching, identifying, and pursuing grant prospects, to building relationships with foundation, government, corporate, and individual donors. The successful candidate for this role will be an excellent writer, with a strong attention to detail. They will need high-level organizational skills to help manage a robust pipeline of funding opportunities and an eye for systems-thinking to help the organization anticipate change.
The Events Manager is responsible for planning and coordinating all major Project Bread events in service of the organization’s mission and fundraising goals. You will be the lead point person on logistics for events and main point of contact, ensuring that events run smoothly with team collaboration. As Events Manager, you can expect to work on various projects including press conferences and media events, The Walk for Hunger and smaller fundraising activations, in-school and in-community events with external partner organizations, and legislative panels and roundtables to advance our advocacy statewide and to a national audience. You will be an integral part of the Communications Team but will work cross-functionally with a broad range of team members across Project Bread. Some events will take place outside of typical business hours, during evenings and weekends. If you enjoy putting on events and keeping people organized along the way, this role is for you!
FoodSource Hotline counselors provide direct assistance to 25,000+ callers per year who are struggling with food insecurity. Working as part of a team, counselors listen to the individual stories of each caller; refer them to community food programs and other helpful resources, as well as provide over-the-phone SNAP (formerly food stamps) screening and application assistance and follow-up with applicants throughout the process.