Grants Manager – Loveall Price & Associates – Seattle, WA

Loveall Price and Associates, is a consulting firm specializing in organizational leadership, change management and employment search services. Our mission is to provide leadership to non-profit organizations during times of crisis and or transition.


Reports to: Development Director
Location: Home office in Seattle / Camp office in Carnation

Organization Description:

Camp Korey is an independent 501-c3 Association, founded in 2005 by Tim Rose to honor his son Korey, a vivacious teen who lost his battle with bone cancer at eighteen. Camp Korey empowers children living with serious medical conditions and their families through free year-round programs. Camp Korey offers an array of programs including Residential Summer Camp, Family Weekends, and Camp to You outreach. Camp Korey, situated on the historic 818-acre Carnation Farm, is no run-of-the-mill summer camp. Century-old barns and farm have been renovated with a high quality medical facility, swimming pool, sports courts, climbing wall, costume room, zip-line, camper lodges and teepee village, exceeding every kid’s wildest dreams! Camp Korey is a member of the SeriousFun Children’s Network founded by Paul Newman.

Camp Korey Situational Analysis:
With a strong Board of Directors and Executive Team, Camp Korey is entering its second decade of providing life-changing therapeutic recreation to children with serious and life-altering medical conditions. This is an exciting time for Camp Korey as the organization enters a growth phase with plans of a capital campaign to double its current capacity by building additional cabins to serve more campers. The Board and Executive Team are committed to supporting an aggressive Fund Development Plan to support this growth and have allocated staff and resources to realize their long-term goals. With a history of strong financial support from the community and individual donors, the staff and Board of Camp Korey are confident the organization is well positioned for growth.

Purpose & Role:
Camp Korey seeks a Grants Manager who is passionate and understands the significant role the organization plays in the lives of families and children living with serious medical conditions. The ideal candidate will be an experienced Grants Manager with excellent communication and relationship building skills, proven fund development acumen, and the following skills and attributes to achieve ambitious growth goals and shape a sustainable tradition of annual support:

Demonstrated record of successful fundraising
Strong communicator with excellent interpersonal skills
Persuasive writer with history of successful grant proposals
Strong multi-tasking skills with experience in a deadline driven environment
Mission-oriented; focused on the mission of Camp Korey and its commitment to providing care and programming that emphasizes safety, love, respect and empowerment

Key Areas of Responsibility:

    Fund Development:
Strategic leadership of foundation and corporate grants
Identify, cultivate, solicit and steward foundations and corporations to give, renew, and increase support
Research, prepare and submit grant proposals
Major gift qualification, assess new leads through prospect research, cold-calling and visiting potential contributors

    Donor Relations:
Develop and foster relationships with funding organizations
Host guests, lead tours and conduct grant meetings
Encourage and collect anecdotal information and stories to support all fundraising activities

    Operational Management:
Annual foundation and corporate grants goal: $785,000
Track grant submission deadlines
Work with program staff to ensure projects or programs are meeting established requirements
Ensure all grant reporting requirements are met in a timely manner
Database – Raiser’s Edge, maintain historical data, update grants, reports, gifts and prospect research

Required Criteria:

    Bachelor’s Degree
Three years experience grant writing and non-profit fundraising

How to apply

A summary of qualifications limited to two pages and a cover letter including a personal statement expressing how Camp Korey aligns with your personal and professional goals.

Please email resume, cover letter and 3 professional references to