Join the Hang Tough Foundation Staff!
Seeking Part-Time Director of Development (30 hours/week at $14/hr).
Hang Tough Foundation (HTF) Director of Development is accountable to the full Board of Directors for stewardship of the organization’s mission statement and vision through the integrity of its aggressive fund development plan.
The Development Officer’s primary responsibility is to manage a successful, comprehensive fundraising and public affairs program. Download and review the job description.
If you or someone you know is interested in joining the HTF family, please e-mail your resume and cover letter to Executive Director, Janelle Irwin at [email protected].
Volunteers are our core workforce during programming and community events, but they can also serve very specific needs of our organization. Leadership positions are also available within our Board of Directors, Committees of Advisors, as well as Committee Members.
Available positions within our organization are listed below and job descriptions can be found by clicking on the job title!
Family Relations Team: Contact Janelle Irwin, Executive Director- [email protected]
Giveaway Coordinator, Committee Member
Finance Team: Contact John Kirk, Board Treasurer- [email protected]
Finance Chair, Committee Member
Fund Development Team: Contact Kasey Cunningham, Director of Development- [email protected]
Third Party Fundraising Coordinator, Committee of Advisor
Corporate Sponsor Outreach Coordinator, Committee of Advisor
Board Member Roles
Board Members collectively guide the business of Hang Tough Foundation. Our Board currently is striving to transition from a “working” board to a “governing” board. Currently, most Board Members have a specific job description yet as we move towards a governing board we are seeking general board members. This is our top-tier of volunteer leadership.
Committee of Advisor Roles
Committee Members in leadership roles in which they have specific responsibilities to carry out. This is a position that is usually held prior to applying for a Board position, but is not always required. These members serves as our second tier of volunteer leadership.
Committee Members that have a smaller role, sometimes with a specific job description, but other times serves a generic role to help where necessary. This is our third tier of volunteer leadership.