Development Office

The Development Office of The Episcopal Church seeks to obtain large gifts to fund the mission of the church.

The work is currently focused on rebuilding the Episcopal Church presence in Haiti, helping Navajoland become self-sufficient, and supporting historically Black Colleges of The Episcopal Church.

The Development Office also provides thought-leadership and resources to other fundraising efforts of The Episcopal Church. It will soon make available a proprietary prospect research offering to dioceses and congregations.

Articles

The Domestic and Foreign Missionary Development Office will sponsor the Fall 2015 Symposium on fundraising, Community Engagement and Spiritual Formation: Stories of Transformation, on Thursday and Friday, October 8 and 9 in Atlanta, GA...

Bishop Stacy F. Sauls, Chief Operating Officer, announced that applications are now being accepted for the Director of Development on the staff of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society. The Development Office is the major gifts...

Bishop Stacy Sauls, Episcopal Church Chief Operating Officer, announced that the Rev. David Boyd has been named Interim Director of Development for the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society. Boyd assumes this position as Director of...

What drew you to apply for the position in the Development Office? I had worked for the Development Office as a temporary employee, helping to migrate records from an old database to a new one and putting together the Haiti Episcopal...

It is with great sadness that we acknowledge the death of our dear friend and adviser, John C. Whitehead. A devoted Episcopalian, successful businessman, public servant, and philanthropist, John served on the Advisory Board of the...

The life of a major gifts officer is rather nomadic. Since joining the Development Office this past summer, we have been traveling far and wide to meet with as many of you as possible. Our initial outreach has concentrated on leadership...

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