Chief Development Officer
The Chief Development Officer (CDO) leads the Development team in accomplishing fundraising revenue goals in support of the Foundation’s annual and long-term strategic plans, including major fundraising campaigns.
Chief Impact Officer
Reporting to, and working in close partnership with the CEO, the Chief Impact Officer (CIO) is focused on programs and partnerships that can present measured outcomes that align with the realities and challenges of the existing system. Strategic in both thought and action, the CIO will be responsible for implementing bold and compelling strategies that support the mission and vision of the organization.
The Database Manager is a member of the Finance database services team and has lead responsibility to manage all aspects of Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada databases, including but not limited to, Raiser’s Edge and Blackbaud GrantMaking (BBGM).
Request for Proposal
Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada Gala –
Teddy Bear Affair
Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada is inviting qualified and experienced event planning firms to submit proposals for the transformation of our annual fundraising event, the Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada Gala – Teddy Bear Affair. With a legacy of 37 years, this black-tie event has played a pivotal role in raising nearly $40 million since 1986 to support families, children, and youth in the child welfare system.
Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada’s Team Values
We’re dedicated to empowering children and youth to realize brighter futures through our five ‘VOICE’ values:
Vital Learning and Innovation – Trying new things, creating space and time for creativity and professional development, showing humility, cross-team collaboration, and being intentional about change.
Open Communication – Showing respect for others’ ideas and different ways of communicating, creating safe spaces, encouraging participation, building a pervasive practice of giving and receiving feedback, and active listening.
Inclusion and Diversity – Being welcoming, building a diverse team that represents those we serve, showing respect and appreciation of boundaries, seeking diverse perspectives, and adopting an equity and fairness lens.
Care and Compassion – Exercising self-care, empathy for others, showing compassion for our cause and purpose, respecting and encouraging work-life balance.
Empowering Accountability – Taking the initiative to improve and optimize, transparency and sharing information, clarifying expectations, tracking goals, and communicating them.