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Grants Manager


Grants Manager Position – full or part time/flexible

Description of Position:

Alternatives to Violence has served victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and other violent crimes in Southern Larimer County for over 30 years.  Alternatives to Violence will be embarking on a new endeavor of opening a SafeHouse for victims of domestic violence in a few short months. At this time we will be seeking a highly motivated, detail oriented, and organized Grants Manager. The Grants Manager will be responsible for helping the Executive Director (ED) to maintain and expand Alternatives to Violence (ATV) funding from Federal, State and local funders, foundations, as well as develop new sources of income from governmental grants, among others. The Grant manager will be effective in working collaboratively and establishing and maintaining open communication with all constituencies.

 Program Development and Monitoring Responsibilities:

Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Grants Manager will be responsible for the following:

  • Renew grants from government agencies and foundations
  • Ensures compliance with regulatory requirements of multiple grant contracts
  • Collaborate with the ED to
    • Support our strong public presence by educating the community through outreach events to churches, businesses, and community events about Alternatives to Violence programs and domestic violence.
    • Solicit contributions of financial and in-kind support
  • Participate at major fundraising events
  • Support sponsors of transitional living center and seek increased sponsorship
  • Create, Develop, coordinate and implement a new major donor program for Alternatives to Violence
  • Engage in major fundraising (one-on‐one asks with donors who are able to give $500 or more)
  • Increase individual giving by 15%.
  • Write a diversified fund development plan to off-set declining government grants
  • Communicate with front line therapeutic staff to set goals, design strategies, plan, and evaluate programs that are grant specific
  • Increase new funding from governmental agencies
  • Research, identify, and contact key persons at foundations for funding potential
  • Provide monthly funding reports to the Board
  • Work closely with Finance Manager to:
    • define fiscal responsibility and sustainability
    • identify funding needs for program implementation
    • cash flow projections
    • Collect financial info and data and prepare monthly, quarterly, bi-annual, and annual reports to funders
  • Work closely with Clinical Director and Volunteer Coordinator to establish goals to determine measurements for projected number of victims, survivors, and clients served, to develop outcome measures, and to evaluate adult and child programs
  •  Research and implement Best Practice programs
  • Communicate successfully through presentations to large and small groups
  • Fundraising and donor relations, capital campaign support/coordination, marketing and PR and systems management
  • Develop strategic alliances to identify and cultivate funding sources to support the organization
  • Responsible in conjunction with the ED for setting goals, designing strategies, planning, implementation, and administration of all fundraising events in conjunction with staff
  • Responsibilities include identifying and cultivating individual and major donors, private foundations and corporations. Maintain personal relations, make contribution, and grant solicitations, and be responsible for writing grant requests
  • Supervision of volunteers and interns involved in development work


  • At least 4 years of nonprofit fundraising/development experience, preferably with significant Federal, State and local experience
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel and Power Point. Experience with fundraising data bases preferred
  • Strong management and analytical skills
  • Familiarity with human rights issues/mission concerning domestic violence, sexual assault and other violent crimes
  • Self-motivated
  • Strong organizational skills a must 
  • Ability to manage time and handle the pressure of several deadlines at one time.
  • Interest, enthusiasm, and an affinity for fundraising, grant writing and working on behalf of the agency mission
  • Team Player
  • Background checks required
  • Driver’s license with good motor vehicle record and valid auto insurance

  Salary and Benefits:

Salary commensurate with experience $20-$23/hour – non-negotiable

Health and Life Insurance

Paid vacation, sick days, and holidays



Please reply to with cover letter, resume, and writing sample.







ATV, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status or any other status protected by applicable federal, state or local law.  If you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process because of a disability, it is available upon request. ATV is pleased to provide such assistance, and no applicant will be penalized as a result of such a request.


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Mon 06/13/16 6:00 PM
Wed 07/27/16 6:30 PM
Fri 09/09/16 8:00 AM
Wed 04/26/17 12:00 AM


Alternatives to Violence  |  541 E. 8th St. |  Loveland, CO  80537
Office Hours: 8:00am - 5:30pm  |  Monday - Thursday  |   Friday 8:00am- Noon. Closed Saturday & Sunday
Office Phone: 970-669-5150  |  Fax: 970-669-5136  |  After Hours Crisis Hotline: 970-880-1000

Alternatives to Violence (ATV), in collaboration with individuals and communities impacted by violence, creates safe pathways away from abusive environments through education, counseling, advocacy and shelter.

Alternatives to Violence provides services to women, men and children regardless of race, sexual orientation or legal status.

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