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The Chinatown Health Clinic Foundation is a nonprofit that raises funds through events and other giving initiatives to improve access to quality health care for underserved Asian Americans and other vulnerable populations. These funds support community-based health care services, primarily those provided by the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center (“CBWCHC”). Starting as a volunteer clinic 50 years ago, CBWCHC has grown to become the largest health care provider to New York City’s Asian American community, with 550 employees, and a budget of $60 million. We take pride in our work and in making a difference in the lives of the community. Our work environment is mission driven, high quality and team-based.

JOB TITLE:   Chief Development Officer


The Foundation seeks an experienced, mission- and results-driven individual to lead its Development efforts. The ideal candidate has an ambitious strategic vision for fundraising, superior communication skills and experience managing change in a growing organization.


  • Develop and refine fundraising strategies for the organization
  • Oversee fundraising activities, including funder/key stakeholder targeting, cultivation and management, content development, digital engagement, and event planning
  • Expand and diversify the Foundation’s funder base
  • Develop and execute plans to expand endowments and planned giving
  • Organize donor cultivation events
  • Represent the Foundation to donors and supporters on a continual basis. Be an ambassador for the Foundation, disseminating information with the community
  • Organize and facilitate the Fundraising Committee of the Board, include agenda setting, reporting on updates, and engaging committee members on strategies
  • Oversee Project AHEAD alumni relations
  • Collaborate and establish good working relationships with Health Center staff
  • Recruit, develop, manage, and coach a team of fundraising professionals
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Proven experience in fundraising and/or related fields, with several years of management experience in a non-profit organization or similar environment
  • Knowledge and experience in fundraising techniques, particularly major gift fundraising, estate planning, and corporate fundraising
  • Motivated, with the ability to solve complex problems and a passion for philanthropy
  • External orientation – willing to be “out there” and build external relationships
  • Positive attitude, concern for people and community, self-confidence
  • Excellent communications skills, both oral and written
  • B.A. or B.S. preferred, or equivalent experience

SALARY:   Commensurate with experience.

Completed application and resume should be submitted to
If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact the HR department at the above email address.

Download the application form.

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