Interested in getting involved with Relational Life Foundation?
We believe that relationships matter-- that healthy relationships are essential to healing our world’s most difficult issues. And that everyone on the planet is deserving of having access to relational education. We believe in RLT as a model of relational education that can make this level of impact on a global scale. That said, we also hold that being able to focus on relationships is a privilege that not everyone has, and that the education we offer must be catered to the needs of the groups we are aiming to serve.
Advisory Committee Seats
This application is to join Relational Life Foundation's Advisory Committee and participate in various Board of Director Sub-Committees, advising on the execution of the organization’s mission. Overall, the members of the Advisory Committee contribute to the educational, management, legal and financial skills needed to ensure long term organizational stability and excellence for RLF.
Our committees are new and still being formed. These are the Committees we hope to build out:
- Connection and Contribution (Community Outreach)
- Belonging & Diversity
- Research & Validation
- Strategic Planning and Governance
Ideal candidates will have experience serving on nonprofit boards, ideally those in a therapeutic field, with some knowledge of DEIB, or excitement for fundraising.
Time and Financial Considerations
Advisory Committee positions require a time and energy commitment. Member responsibilities include attendance at quarterly meetings (average 4 per year), as well as active e-correspondence. Everything is virtual.
Candidates are urged to consider personal priorities for the next year as well as the ways to contribute to the development of the organization.
The Relational Life Foundation seeks a Development Director to head our ongoing fundraising needs. This professional must have an established background in coordinating and executing nonprofit fundraising plans, donation strategies and successful donor relationships.
This role involves organizing fundraising initiatives and building relationships with donors. The Development Director will implement major giving and planned giving fundraising strategies, as well as search out applicable grants and write applications for them.
Our ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of five years of nonprofit fund development experience, ideally in the therapeutic field with some knowledge of DEIB (though not essential). A bonus if they are familiar with CRM nonprofit software, donor databases and other fundraising technology. This is a remote, part-time contract position.
We’re asking for a one-year commitment, with hope that we’ll work together longer.