The U.S. Soccer Foundation helps young people embrace an active and healthy lifestyle and cultivates critical life skills through soccer. The Foundation’s programs are the national model for sports-based youth development in underserved communities. Since its founding in 1994, the Foundation has impacted thousands of children through its cost-effective, high-impact initiatives, which offer safe environments where kids and communities thrive. For more information, visit www.ussoccerfoundation.org. The Foundation’s headquarters are located in Washington, D.C.
About the Role:
The Constituent Relations Manager is responsible for managing the stewardship efforts and events for the Foundation’s constituents, such as individual donors, corporate partners, dignitaries, and others. We are seeking a team member with a solid foundation of success in building strong engagement amongst diverse constituent groups in a mission-driven environment. This role is responsible for partnerships and relationships to support our impact, visibility, and financial resources. The Constituent Relations Manager is a major contributor to the Revenue team and will work effectively across departments to ensure high-quality events, meetings, clear communication, and effective stewardship. They will develop new and creative storytelling opportunities to communicate our impact to our constituents and support national and local stakeholder groups successfully advocate for the Foundation.
About the Team:
At the U.S. Soccer Foundation, the Revenue department supports the mission and vision of the organization through the engagement, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors, corporate partners, and foundations. The department oversees the entire development enterprise, unifying all elements of the fundraising operation, driving innovation and outreach across multiple channels, maximizing impact, and achieving significant, sustained revenue growth.
The U.S. Soccer Foundation isn’t a typical organization, and the right candidate for this role isn’t typical either. The ideal candidate is looking for opportunities to improve themselves and the organization. We want go-getters. We want candidates with high expectations for themselves, hungry for the next opportunity to learn and grow.
The U.S. Soccer Foundation is located in Washington, DC, Remote candidates will be considered.