Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative has a vision that ‘all people have a home’. We are an experienced housing organization that operates supportive and affordable homes, develops affordable and supportive housing, shelters families, and organizes to impact housing policy. Our focus is on households who make less than $30,000 a year and those who are experiencing homelessness. The nearly 100 congregations who make up our collaborative are putting their faiths into action through leadership, advocacy, organizing, and service.
At Beacon we believe that systemic racism causes housing inequities. As a learning organization we are interested in adding individuals who hold high levels of cultural competency and who are willing to learn and work with others to deepen our capacity to address bias and racial inequities. Visit our website for more information about our strategies, programs and how our values of risk taking, race equity and inclusive decision making supports our learning and continued evolution.
Beacon has recently voluntarily recognized a union for employees. At the time of this posting, Beacon and Union Employees are engaged with and committed to a collective bargaining process with the shared goal and mission that ‘all people have a home’.
For more information, check out www.beaconinterfaith.org.
The Vice President of Advancement & Strategic Communications will head Beacon’s Advancement & Communications teams. This is a key leadership role that will build upon Beacon’s existing success and advance the organization forward towards the vision “All people have a home.” The Vice President of Advancement & Communication leads Beacon’s efforts by aligning communications and advancement goals for donors, congregations, and coalition partners in action.
In collaboration with the CEO, and their division staff, the Vice President grows private funding in a sustainable manner to advance the community impact of Beacon. Developing communications strategy to inspire action in advocacy and fundraising. Supports the organizational goals to reduce homelessness and housing instability for people with the lowest incomes until all people have a home.
Beacon is completing its first comprehensive campaign of $12 million in 2022 which has increased private funding by 40%.. To fund our transformative community impact, our goal is to continue this upward trajectory by another 25% over the next three years.
How to apply: The Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative is partnering with kp companies in this search. Applications can be submitted ONLINE HERE or if preferred, resumes and cover letters can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include Beacon – VP of Advancement & Communications in the subject line.