Feeding America

Warehouse Coordinator - Sioux Falls, SD

Warehouse Coordinator - Sioux Falls

 

Job Summary:

The Warehouse Coordinator is responsible for the day to day operations of the distribution center and supervision/training of distribution center staff.

 

Job Responsibilities:

 

Physical Requirements:

Heavy Work: Heavy work involves lifting approximately 100 pounds at a time with frequent lifting or carrying of objects weighing 50 pounds. If someone can do heavy work, it is also determined that they can also do sedentary, light, and medium work.

 

Qualifications:

Minimum of an Associate’s degree and three years of relevant experience in logistics, data, and inventory management is required. Personnel management and customer service are desired experiences for this position.

 

Send Resume and Cover Letter to:
Dan Jensen, Warehouse Manager, Feeding South Dakota
dan@feedingsouthdakota.org
4701 N Westport Ave
Sioux Falls, SD 57107
(605) 335-0364

Warehouse Coordinator - Sioux Falls

 

Job Summary:

The Warehouse Coordinator is responsible for the day to day operations of the distribution center and supervision/training of distribution center staff.

 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Trains, supervises and ensures adherence to safety standards of all distribution center staff and volunteers.
  • Meets requirements for certification of Feeding America and AIB audits and safety compliance.
  • Ensures distribution center organization, cleanliness and that facilities, grounds, vehicles and equipment are maintained and repaired as necessary.
  • Manages inventory to ensure proper ordering and distribution.
  • Works closely with procurement and inventory control to manage inventory levels and accuracy.
  • Coordinates with the Feeding South Dakota food banks and pantries on inbound/outbound loads of product, surplus product rotation needs and distribution center shipping/receiving capabilities for product loads.  As appropriate, arranges trucking for product deliveries to and from the food bank.
  • Guides agencies through the process of receiving products from the food bank.
  • Coordinates with the site operations manager on budget forecasts, staffing, equipment and facility needs.
  • Develops staff and creates a strong team environment.
  • Motivates and engages employees and volunteers to advance the mission and goals of the organization.
  • Other projects as assigned.

 

Physical Requirements:

Heavy Work: Heavy work involves lifting approximately 100 pounds at a time with frequent lifting or carrying of objects weighing 50 pounds. If someone can do heavy work, it is also determined that they can also do sedentary, light, and medium work.

 

Qualifications:

Minimum of an Associate’s degree and three years of relevant experience in logistics, data, and inventory management is required. Personnel management and customer service are desired experiences for this position.

 

Send Resume and Cover Letter to:
Dan Jensen, Warehouse Manager, Feeding South Dakota
dan@feedingsouthdakota.org
4701 N Westport Ave
Sioux Falls, SD 57107
(605) 335-0364

Shawn Burke

Summer 2018 Newsletter

Jesse Herrera

Nathan Peterson

Dan Fritz

Your Donation Can Make a Difference!

 

Will you join our fight to end hunger?

Every $1 donated provides one meal for a family of four right here in South Dakota.

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Will you join our fight to end hunger?

Every $1 donated provides one meal for a family of four right here in South Dakota.

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Your Donation Can Make a Difference!

 

Will you join our fight to end hunger?

Every $1 donated provides one meal for a family of four right here in South Dakota.

Information entered into the below form is secured by 

Donation form not displaying correctly? Click here to open in a separate window.

 

Will you join our fight to end hunger?

Every $1 donated provides one meal for a family of four right here in South Dakota.

Information entered into the below form is secured by 

Donation form not displaying correctly? Click here to open in a separate window.

Your Donation Can Make a Difference!

 

Will you join our fight to end hunger?

Every $1 donated provides one meal for a family of four right here in South Dakota.

Information entered into the below form is secured by 

Donation form not displaying correctly? Click here to open in a separate window.

 

Will you join our fight to end hunger?

Every $1 donated provides one meal for a family of four right here in South Dakota.

Information entered into the below form is secured by 

Donation form not displaying correctly? Click here to open in a separate window.

Your Donation Can Make a Difference!

 

Will you join our fight to end hunger?

Every $1 donated provides one meal for a family of four right here in South Dakota.

Information entered into the below form is secured by 

Donation form not displaying correctly? Click here to open in a separate window.

 

Will you join our fight to end hunger?

Every $1 donated provides one meal for a family of four right here in South Dakota.

Information entered into the below form is secured by 

Donation form not displaying correctly? Click here to open in a separate window.

Your Donation can Make a difference!

 

Will you join our fight to end hunger?

Every $1 donated provides one meal for a family of four right here in South Dakota.

Information entered into the below form is secured by 

Donation form not displaying correctly? Click here to open in a separate window.

 

Will you join our fight to end hunger?

Every $1 donated provides one meal for a family of four right here in South Dakota.

Information entered into the below form is secured by 

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Tackle Child Hunger

Matching Funds to Tackle Child Hunger

 

 

We are excited to have Coach John and Laurie Stiegelmeier and Coach Bob and Terri Nielson join together to TACKLE child hunger in South Dakota. Together they are matching donations dollar for dollar up to $13,500! By making a donation to show your support for their cause, you are eligible to win 1 of 2 prizes:

Prize 1: Donors who make a minimum donation of $500 will be entered to win tickets to an "Ultimate Fan Experience" at the school of their choice! 

  • SDSU: 6 (six) tickets to a South Dakota State University football game of your choice with access to a Loge Box including food, snacks and beverages. (1 winner)
  • USD: 6 (six) tickets to a University of South Dakota football game of your choice along with access to the Dakota Dome Club. (1 winner)

Prize 2: All Donors (except the prize 1 winners) regardless of donation size, will be entered to win a dinner with either Coach John and wife Laurie or Coach Bob and wife Terri. (2 winners)

To be entered into the drawings, donations need to be made online from June 29, 2018 to midnight, July 31, 2018

Winners will be announced LIVE on Facebook August 1st!

Click on either JACK or CHARLIE to enter the raffle for the coach you would like to support.

Together, let's TACKLE child hunger!

 

 

Matching Funds to Tackle Child Hunger

 

 

We are excited to have Coach John and Laurie Stiegelmeier and Coach Bob and Terri Nielson join together to TACKLE child hunger in South Dakota. Together they are matching donations dollar for dollar up to $13,500! By making a donation to show your support for their cause, you are eligible to win 1 of 2 prizes:

Prize 1: Donors who make a minimum donation of $500 will be entered to win tickets to an "Ultimate Fan Experience" at the school of their choice! 

  • SDSU: 6 (six) tickets to a South Dakota State University football game of your choice with access to a Loge Box including food, snacks and beverages. (1 winner)
  • USD: 6 (six) tickets to a University of South Dakota football game of your choice along with access to the Dakota Dome Club. (1 winner)

Prize 2: All Donors (except the prize 1 winners) regardless of donation size, will be entered to win a dinner with either Coach John and wife Laurie or Coach Bob and wife Terri. (2 winners)

To be entered into the drawings, donations need to be made online from June 29, 2018 to midnight, July 31, 2018

Winners will be announced LIVE on Facebook August 1st!

Click on either JACK or CHARLIE to enter the raffle for the coach you would like to support.

Together, let's TACKLE child hunger!

 

 

Megan Myers

Pack the Pickup

Spring Newsletter 2018

Christina Oey

Sutton Challenges Ranchers to Give to Feeding South Dakota

Food giveaway helps families with hunger

Other Policies & Documents

Donor Privacy Policy

Whistleblower Policy

Conflict of Interest Policy

Document Retention and Destruction Policy

Annual Review Process for Chief Executive Officer

Donor Privacy Policy

Whistleblower Policy

Conflict of Interest Policy

Document Retention and Destruction Policy

Annual Review Process for Chief Executive Officer

Board of Director’s Minutes

February 2018 (PDF)

January 2018 (PDF)

December 2017 - No meeting

November 2017 (PDF)

October 2017 (PDF)

September 2017 (PDF)

August 2017 (PDF)

July 2017 (PDF)

June 2017 (PDF)

May 2017 (PDF)

April 2017 (PDF)

March 2017 (PDF)

February 2017 (PDF)

January 2017 (PDF)

December 2016 - No meeting

November 2016 (PDF)

October 2016 (PDF)

September 2016 (PDF)

August 2016 (PDF)

February 2018 (PDF)

January 2018 (PDF)

December 2017 - No meeting

November 2017 (PDF)

October 2017 (PDF)

September 2017 (PDF)

August 2017 (PDF)

July 2017 (PDF)

June 2017 (PDF)

May 2017 (PDF)

April 2017 (PDF)

March 2017 (PDF)

February 2017 (PDF)

January 2017 (PDF)

December 2016 - No meeting

November 2016 (PDF)

October 2016 (PDF)

September 2016 (PDF)

August 2016 (PDF)

Form 990

Fiscal Year 2017 Form 990

Fiscal Year 2016 Form 990

Fiscal Year 2015 Form 990

Fiscal Year 2014 Form 990

January-June 2013 Form 990

NOTE: In 2013, Feeding South Dakota moved to a July-June fiscal year. There was a 6 month short year from January-June 2013 during this transition.

Calendar Year 2012 Form 990

Fiscal Year 2017 Form 990

Fiscal Year 2016 Form 990

Fiscal Year 2015 Form 990

Fiscal Year 2014 Form 990

January-June 2013 Form 990

NOTE: In 2013, Feeding South Dakota moved to a July-June fiscal year. There was a 6 month short year from January-June 2013 during this transition.

Calendar Year 2012 Form 990

Financial Audits

Fiscal Year 2017 Audit

Fiscal Year 2016 Audit

Fiscal Year 2015 Audit

Fiscal Year 2014 Audit

January - June 2013 Audit
NOTE: In 2013, Feeding South Dakota moved to a July-June fiscal year. There was a 6 month short year from January-June 2013 during this transition.

Fiscal Year 2017 Audit

Fiscal Year 2016 Audit

Fiscal Year 2015 Audit

Fiscal Year 2014 Audit

January - June 2013 Audit
NOTE: In 2013, Feeding South Dakota moved to a July-June fiscal year. There was a 6 month short year from January-June 2013 during this transition.

Annual Reports

2017 Annual Report (PDF)

2016 Annual Report (PDF) - Capital Campaign Insert (PDF)

2015 Annual Report (PDF)

2014 Annual Report (PDF)

2012 Annual Report (PDF)

2011 Annual Report (PDF)

2017 Annual Report (PDF)

2016 Annual Report (PDF) - Capital Campaign Insert (PDF)

2015 Annual Report (PDF)

2014 Annual Report (PDF)

2012 Annual Report (PDF)

2011 Annual Report (PDF)

Second Annual Pierre Empty Bowls a Soup-er Success

Capital Area United Way raises record $610K for helping agencies in 2018

Thankful beyond words for all you provide.

Your kindness kept them afloat.

Share Your Love

From big holes to empty bowls: A-G-E construction project helps feed SD

Family Memorials by Gibson

Family Memorials by Gibson has been a supporter of Feeding South Dakota since 1999. A portion of each sale is donated to Feeding South Dakota. Since that time, the Gibson Family has provided over 22,000 meals to individuals and families who are food insecure across the state. Family Memorials by Gibson's mission is "to help every family that walks through our doors capture the story of their loved ones in stone." We are honored that the Gibson Family chooses to help ALL of our South Dakota families that struggle with hunger. 

Please consider joining their effort and DONATE TODAY.

Family Memorials by Gibson has been a supporter of Feeding South Dakota since 1999. A portion of each sale is donated to Feeding South Dakota. Since that time, the Gibson Family has provided over 22,000 meals to individuals and families who are food insecure across the state. Family Memorials by Gibson's mission is "to help every family that walks through our doors capture the story of their loved ones in stone." We are honored that the Gibson Family chooses to help ALL of our South Dakota families that struggle with hunger. 

Please consider joining their effort and DONATE TODAY.

Winter Newsletter 2018

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Not Ready to Donate Yet?

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Tony Burke

Chef Dom's Tote Bag Project

Chef Dominique’s core team creates food and drink that is unrivaled in its deliciousness and served in a way that is at once elegant and welcoming—no matter where the event is being held. Chef Dom and his team are dedicated to professionalism, quality food, and personable service. 

Chef Dom has partnered with Feeding South Dakota and created this beautiful tote that includes ingredients for a secret family recipe on the side. You just need to go online to http://www.siouxfallseventcatering.com/charity-totes.html to get the directions to make it!

These totes can be purchased for just $10 in Sioux Falls at The Co-Op Natural Foods, The Market, Home Porch, Look's Market, Pomegranate Market, Olive Destination, Plum's Cooking Company and Feeding South Dakota. Your donation of $10 will provide 16 meals to those who are struggling in our community,

 

Chef Dominique’s core team creates food and drink that is unrivaled in its deliciousness and served in a way that is at once elegant and welcoming—no matter where the event is being held. Chef Dom and his team are dedicated to professionalism, quality food, and personable service. 

Chef Dom has partnered with Feeding South Dakota and created this beautiful tote that includes ingredients for a secret family recipe on the side. You just need to go online to http://www.siouxfallseventcatering.com/charity-totes.html to get the directions to make it!

These totes can be purchased for just $10 in Sioux Falls at The Co-Op Natural Foods, The Market, Home Porch, Look's Market, Pomegranate Market, Olive Destination, Plum's Cooking Company and Feeding South Dakota. Your donation of $10 will provide 16 meals to those who are struggling in our community,

 

Feeding South Dakota in need of BackPack Sponsors for the 2017/18 School Year

2017 Fall Newsletter

We are thankful for you!

As we gather with family and friends this holiday season and reflect on the many blessings we have, our Annual Turkey Drive provides an opportunity to express gratitude by giving back to others in need.

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As we gather with family and friends this holiday season and reflect on the many blessings we have, our Annual Turkey Drive provides an opportunity to express gratitude by giving back to others in need.

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Feeding South Dakota’s Sioux Falls Food Pantry gets boost from annual Boy Scout Food Drive

Walmart Helps Fight Hunger By Donating Over 100K To Feeding South Dakota

My Voice: Game meat donations increased again

T.F. Riggs Gov To Gov Students Sponsoring Food Drive

The Great American Milk Drive Returns to Sioux Falls

FEEDING SOUTH DAKOTA ASKS SOUTH DAKOTA TO TAKE ACTION TO END HUNGER

Eastern South Dakota

Distribution DateCityLocationTime
Friday, July 27Clear LakeAmerica's Best Value Inn - frontage lot, 920 Third Ave S8:45am-9:45am CST
Friday, July 27ElktonCommunity Center/City Office, 109 Elk St11am-12pm CST
Friday, July 27FlandreauMaynard's Grocery south parking lot, 108 N Crescent12:45pm-1:45pm CST
Friday, August 3Trippcorner of S Main and E First (around the corner from the fire hall)10am-11am CST
Friday, August 3AvonFire Hall11:45am-12:45pm CST
Wednesday, August 8WatertownNational Guard Readiness Center, 1951 N Hwy 205:30pm CST
Wednesday, August 15MilbankGrant County Fairgrounds 4-H Bldg, Flynn Dr4:30pm CST
Wednesday, August 22SpringfieldCommunity Center, 605 8th StTBD
Wednesday, August 22ScotlandCity Office Garage, 530 Juniper St (3 blocks west of Scotland High School)TBD
Wednesday, August 22TyndallFire Station, 108 E JuniperTBD
Wednesday, September 5WoonsocketCommunity Center, corner of Dumont & Hwy 345pm CST

The type of food distributed varies depending on what is available at the current time. Each family receives approximately 50 pounds of food, smaller "pop-up" giveaways are 20-30 pounds. Distributions operate on a first-come, first-served basis. It is recommended to bring a container (cart or wagon, laundry basket or box, bags) to carry groceries because they are not available at the site. Please do not arrive more than 30 minutes prior to the scheduled distribution time.

Eligibility

  • No I.D. or other documentation required
  • No zip code guidelines
  • Fill out and sign a short information sheet
  • Stand in line to receive food
Distribution DateCityLocationTime
Friday, July 27Clear LakeAmerica's Best Value Inn - frontage lot, 920 Third Ave S8:45am-9:45am CST
Friday, July 27ElktonCommunity Center/City Office, 109 Elk St11am-12pm CST
Friday, July 27FlandreauMaynard's Grocery south parking lot, 108 N Crescent12:45pm-1:45pm CST
Friday, August 3Trippcorner of S Main and E First (around the corner from the fire hall)10am-11am CST
Friday, August 3AvonFire Hall11:45am-12:45pm CST
Wednesday, August 8WatertownNational Guard Readiness Center, 1951 N Hwy 205:30pm CST
Wednesday, August 15MilbankGrant County Fairgrounds 4-H Bldg, Flynn Dr4:30pm CST
Wednesday, August 22SpringfieldCommunity Center, 605 8th StTBD
Wednesday, August 22ScotlandCity Office Garage, 530 Juniper St (3 blocks west of Scotland High School)TBD
Wednesday, August 22TyndallFire Station, 108 E JuniperTBD
Wednesday, September 5WoonsocketCommunity Center, corner of Dumont & Hwy 345pm CST

The type of food distributed varies depending on what is available at the current time. Each family receives approximately 50 pounds of food, smaller "pop-up" giveaways are 20-30 pounds. Distributions operate on a first-come, first-served basis. It is recommended to bring a container (cart or wagon, laundry basket or box, bags) to carry groceries because they are not available at the site. Please do not arrive more than 30 minutes prior to the scheduled distribution time.

Eligibility

  • No I.D. or other documentation required
  • No zip code guidelines
  • Fill out and sign a short information sheet
  • Stand in line to receive food

Walmart’s “Fight Hunger. Spark Change.” Campaign Ignites South Dakota Residents to Raise $97,350

Beck Motors Donates Vehicle to Feeding South Dakota

Cookout Helps With Outreach, Food Distribution

Feeding Brookings celebrated as HelpLine’s June Volunteer of the Month

Smithfield Foods partner with Hy-Vee to donate more than 35,000 pounds of protein

Feeding South Dakota receives $10,000 Monsanto Fund grant to help with the Mobile Food Pantry

Sioux Falls Federal Credit Union Raises $6,000 for Feeding South Dakota

Cindy Czerny

July 2017 Featured

Stiegelmeiers Fight Child Hunger in South Dakota

Summer 2017 Newsletter

Anne Marie Feiock

Jim Stavenger

Greg Schmieding

UBS Financial Services Fight Childhood Hunger

Starbucks Hosts, The Value of One, a Feeding South Dakota Fundraiser

Helmsley Charitable Trust Volunteers with Feeding South Dakota

Stacey Kutil

George Rokusek

Summer BackPack Program - Pierre

Capital Area United Way has provided a generous $6,000 grant to Feeding South Dakota to pilot a Summer BackPack Program in the capital area. This funding will ensure that 120 children in the capital area will receive a nutritious package of food for 11 weeks on THURSDAYS beginning May 31 and ending on August 30th, on a first come, first served basis. Please see the schedule below for specific distribution site information.

BackPack Distribution SiteDatesDays of the WeekTimeAddress
Jefferson Elementary SchoolMay 31 - August 30Thursdays9 - 11am900 N Poplar Ave, Pierre
South Dakota Urban HealthMay 31 - August 30Thursdays2 - 4pm1714 Abbey Rd, Pierre
Boys & Girls Club of the Capital AreaMay 31 - August 30Thursdays4:15 - 5:15pm110 S Ree St, Pierre
Southeast Pierre Community CenterMay 31 - August 30Thursdays5 - 6pm2315 E Park St, Pierre
Fort Pierre Community Youth CenterMay 31 - August 30Thursdays4:30 - 5:3019 E Main St, Fort Pierre

Capital Area United Way has provided a generous $6,000 grant to Feeding South Dakota to pilot a Summer BackPack Program in the capital area. This funding will ensure that 120 children in the capital area will receive a nutritious package of food for 11 weeks on THURSDAYS beginning May 31 and ending on August 30th, on a first come, first served basis. Please see the schedule below for specific distribution site information.

BackPack Distribution SiteDatesDays of the WeekTimeAddress
Jefferson Elementary SchoolMay 31 - August 30Thursdays9 - 11am900 N Poplar Ave, Pierre
South Dakota Urban HealthMay 31 - August 30Thursdays2 - 4pm1714 Abbey Rd, Pierre
Boys & Girls Club of the Capital AreaMay 31 - August 30Thursdays4:15 - 5:15pm110 S Ree St, Pierre
Southeast Pierre Community CenterMay 31 - August 30Thursdays5 - 6pm2315 E Park St, Pierre
Fort Pierre Community Youth CenterMay 31 - August 30Thursdays4:30 - 5:3019 E Main St, Fort Pierre

Summer BackPack Program - Sioux Falls

Summer BackPack Program - Rapid City

Summer BackPack Distribution Schedule Coming Soon!

Summer BackPack Distribution Schedule Coming Soon!

Community partners come together to fight childhood hunger this summer

May 2017 Newsletter

Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive is Saturday, May 13 (Rapid City, SD)

Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive is Saturday, May 13 (Sioux Falls, SD)

Plant A Row To Feed The Hungry

Senior Development Associate

Job Summary

The Senior Development Associate is responsible for planning, coordinating, and implementing the individual major donor and planned giving programs to meet the organization's fundraising goals, including building the individual donor base.

Job Responsibilities

Major Responsibilities:

  • Manage the mid-level to large donor program
  • Solicit gifts on behalf of the organization
  • Manage relationships with donors and donor prospects
  • Manage the planned giving program

Specific Duties:

 

MANAGE THE MID-LEVEL TO LARGE DONOR PROGRAMS AND SOLICIT DONATIONS ON BEHALF OF ORGANIZATION

  • Assist in the development of goals and strategies for the development department.
  • Track and report on progress of donor cultivation and solicitation throughout the year.
  • Manage effective systems for tracking and cultivating donors and prospects through the organizational database under guidance of Development Director.
  • Identify research and qualify prospective donors.
  • Develop and manage portfolios of prospects for cultivation and solicitation.
  • Provide direct support staffing to the CEO and Development Director for donor related responsibilities.
  • Initiate contract and meet with existing and potential donors.
  • Move potential donors toward solicitation and closure.

MANAGE RELATIONSHIPS WITH DONORS AND PROSPECTS

  • Produce materials and tools to communicate regularly with donors, supporters and potential allies.
  • Identify opportunities to network with donors and prospects and engage members of the staff and board as appropriate to make the most of those opportunities.
  • Ensure quality communications follow all gifts to provide thanks and documentation to donors.
  • Identify and implement opportunities for donor recognition, stewardship, and appreciation.
  • Educate donors on all giving opportunities, including bequests, trusts, charitable gift annuities, and other planned giving vehicles.

Promote a collegial atmosphere within the development department, working cooperatively with all fundraising officers to help them and the department attain their overall financial and advancement goals.

REQUIREMENTS

Qualifications:

Proven ability to prospect, cultivate, and manage relationships with donors.
Strong interpersonal communications skills. Demonstrated ability to write clearly and persuasively, and experience with public speaking.
Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 2 years of fund development experience or a comparable mixture of education and work experience.

 

CONTACT AND MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION:

Contact Information

Feeding South Dakota
Kerri DeGraff
kerri@feedingsouthdakota.org
4701 N Westport Ave
Sioux Falls, SD 57107
Phone: 605-335-0364, ext 106

Click here for an Employment Application (PDF)

Job Summary

The Senior Development Associate is responsible for planning, coordinating, and implementing the individual major donor and planned giving programs to meet the organization's fundraising goals, including building the individual donor base.

Job Responsibilities

Major Responsibilities:

  • Manage the mid-level to large donor program
  • Solicit gifts on behalf of the organization
  • Manage relationships with donors and donor prospects
  • Manage the planned giving program

Specific Duties:

 

MANAGE THE MID-LEVEL TO LARGE DONOR PROGRAMS AND SOLICIT DONATIONS ON BEHALF OF ORGANIZATION

  • Assist in the development of goals and strategies for the development department.
  • Track and report on progress of donor cultivation and solicitation throughout the year.
  • Manage effective systems for tracking and cultivating donors and prospects through the organizational database under guidance of Development Director.
  • Identify research and qualify prospective donors.
  • Develop and manage portfolios of prospects for cultivation and solicitation.
  • Provide direct support staffing to the CEO and Development Director for donor related responsibilities.
  • Initiate contract and meet with existing and potential donors.
  • Move potential donors toward solicitation and closure.

MANAGE RELATIONSHIPS WITH DONORS AND PROSPECTS

  • Produce materials and tools to communicate regularly with donors, supporters and potential allies.
  • Identify opportunities to network with donors and prospects and engage members of the staff and board as appropriate to make the most of those opportunities.
  • Ensure quality communications follow all gifts to provide thanks and documentation to donors.
  • Identify and implement opportunities for donor recognition, stewardship, and appreciation.
  • Educate donors on all giving opportunities, including bequests, trusts, charitable gift annuities, and other planned giving vehicles.

Promote a collegial atmosphere within the development department, working cooperatively with all fundraising officers to help them and the department attain their overall financial and advancement goals.

REQUIREMENTS

Qualifications:

Proven ability to prospect, cultivate, and manage relationships with donors.
Strong interpersonal communications skills. Demonstrated ability to write clearly and persuasively, and experience with public speaking.
Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 2 years of fund development experience or a comparable mixture of education and work experience.

 

CONTACT AND MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION:

Contact Information

Feeding South Dakota
Kerri DeGraff
kerri@feedingsouthdakota.org
4701 N Westport Ave
Sioux Falls, SD 57107
Phone: 605-335-0364, ext 106

Click here for an Employment Application (PDF)

Arby’s Donates 10% of sales to Fight Childhood Hunger

Global Aquaponics Inc. Joins in the Fight to End Hunger in South Dakota

Feeding South Dakota to Benefit from Walmart’s “Fight Hunger. Spark Change.” Campaign

Walmart Fight Hunger Spark Change

 Walmart Fight Hunger Spark Change - April 2nd - April 30th


Information on how YOU can help raise critical funds for Feeding South Dakota is COMING SOON!

 Walmart Fight Hunger Spark Change - April 2nd - April 30th


Information on how YOU can help raise critical funds for Feeding South Dakota is COMING SOON!

Outnumber Hunger

General Mills, Big Machine Label Group, and Feeding America are excited to kick off the sixth year of Outnumber Hunger, a national initiative that helps fight hunger in local communities. Since 2011, Outnumber Hunger has helped Feeding America secure more than 45 million meals for Feeding America and local food banks. For every code entered by January 31, 2018,
General Mills will donate $0.45 to Feeding America®– enough to secure 5 meals on behalf of local food banks. Maximum total donation of $700,000. General Mills has already donated $500,000 and will donate up to an additional $200,000 based on online code entry and other consumer actions.


Type your codes in at OutnumberHunger.com

General Mills, Big Machine Label Group, and Feeding America are excited to kick off the sixth year of Outnumber Hunger, a national initiative that helps fight hunger in local communities. Since 2011, Outnumber Hunger has helped Feeding America secure more than 45 million meals for Feeding America and local food banks. For every code entered by January 31, 2018,
General Mills will donate $0.45 to Feeding America®– enough to secure 5 meals on behalf of local food banks. Maximum total donation of $700,000. General Mills has already donated $500,000 and will donate up to an additional $200,000 based on online code entry and other consumer actions.


Type your codes in at OutnumberHunger.com

Mary Corbine

Dakota Layers makes egg donation to Feeding South Dakota

Arby’s Supports Backpack Programs in the Great Plains

Arby’s Supports Backpack Programs in the Great Plains

Courtesy Subaru “Shares the Love”

Profile by Sanford donates 20,000 meals to nonprofit

Profile by Sanford donates 20,000 meals to nonprofit

Volunteer Spotlight

Quadruple Your Donation to Feeding South Dakota through the end of March 2017

CHS Midwest Cooperative joins Feeding South Dakota to fight hunger in central South Dakota

Rapid City Rush Players Trade Hockey Sticks for Paint Brushes to Support Empty Bowls Project

Summit League Extends Food Fight to League Basketball Tournament for Seventh-Straight Year

Hy-Vee Joins Feeding America to Support The Great American Milk Drive

Jennifer Robertson

Dan McGinnis

2017 Empty Bowls in Rapid City

Empty Bowls Event Raises over $5,000 for the Mobile Food Pantry

February 2017 Newsletter

Martina McBride to Headline South Dakota Cattlemen’s Foundation Prime Time Gala

Share Your Love by Filling Hearts and Tummies This Valentine’s Day

2017 Rapid City Disc Golf Ice Bowl

Paying rent means little is left for groceries

Tough Choices

Take the Tough Choices Quiz and find out how our neighbors, co-workers, and others across the country are deciding between life's necessities: food, housing, medicine, and education. 

Stories of families trying to decided between life's necessities. 

  • Montoya - “I know what it’s like to be homeless and a college student.”  He has three grown children and has previously attended college sporadically while trying to raise them.
  • Donna - She lives and works on her sustainable farm. She works hard and yet it is not enough to survive on so she has to decide between heat or food.
  • Jeff -  His family was able to keep their house and save his family from falling further into poverty because of receiving food benefits for a temporary amount of time. 

Meet Jessica, Alicia, Martin and Harold. Each represents the face of hunger in our America. Click here to follow their stories and click here to find out how you can help.

Take the Tough Choices Quiz and find out how our neighbors, co-workers, and others across the country are deciding between life's necessities: food, housing, medicine, and education. 

Stories of families trying to decided between life's necessities. 

  • Montoya - “I know what it’s like to be homeless and a college student.”  He has three grown children and has previously attended college sporadically while trying to raise them.
  • Donna - She lives and works on her sustainable farm. She works hard and yet it is not enough to survive on so she has to decide between heat or food.
  • Jeff -  His family was able to keep their house and save his family from falling further into poverty because of receiving food benefits for a temporary amount of time. 

Meet Jessica, Alicia, Martin and Harold. Each represents the face of hunger in our America. Click here to follow their stories and click here to find out how you can help.

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