Community Engagement Coordinator

  • Fundraising/Membership
  • Anywhere

Organization Name: 


Contact Name:  

Mailor Vang

Contact Phone: 


Contact Email: 

[email protected]


1900 K St

Description, Compensation and Benefits: 

Position Summary: The Community Engagement Coordinator works closely with the Philanthropy team, WEAVE colleagues, committee members, and other volunteers to achieve revenue goals and create memorable experiences for diverse individuals, groups, and businesses within our community who support the agency and the survivors it serves. The Community Engagement Coordinator will oversee WEAVE’s fundraising events, manage volunteers, and serves as the point of contact for Community Partner Events that benefit WEAVE. The Community Engagement Coordinator will thrive on managing multiple projects with a strong attention to detail, match the energy of those who work for and come to WEAVE with new and different ideas, and work to create meaningful opportunities for engagement for volunteers.


Essential Functions:


Community Partner Event Management

Implement and manage the WEAVE’s Community Partner Events (events that raise funds or secure in-kind donations) including screening applications, providing event support, coordinating WEAVE representatives’ attendance at events, and managing donor relationships for event organizers.
Oversee process and organization of in-kind donations.
Responsible for managing a portfolio of community partner event related donors and ensuring appropriate communications and stewardship in alignment with WEAVE’s ongoing donor engagement and stewardship efforts.

WEAVE Events

Manage logistics and execution of tasks in support of agency events including vendor relations, permit and contracting, sponsor communications, and volunteer coordination.
Responsible for assisting with event budgets, timelines, and materials and tracking progress.
Coordinate post-event evaluations and analysis.
Work with Director of Philanthropy to identify marketing and media relations needs and strategy.
Work with Director of Philanthropy to develop comprehensive sponsorship packages with a range of benefits and price options.
Coordinate sponsorship process including distribution of materials, invoicing, ensuring benefits are provided at levels promised, and providing exceptional customer service to sponsors and their guests.
Solicit donations for auctions and raffles.


Volunteer Engagement-

Work with leadership in all agency departments to identify opportunities for volunteers.
Coordinate bimonthly volunteer orientation sessions including scheduling department representatives to speak, facilitating the sessions, and answering follow up questions from attendees.
Identify volunteer needs for events, recruit volunteers, identify leadership volunteers for key events, provide training for event volunteers, and document volunteer engagement.
Train, supervise, and evaluate volunteer performance.
Provide to support and/or training to Philanthropy Department interns when their work aligns with Community Engagement Coordinator.

Other Responsibilities

Attend and participates as a member of the Philanthropy Team in meetings to formulate and implement policies and plans to meet the organization’s goals.
Attend and participate in staff and other agency-wide meetings and committees.
Other job duties as assigned.


Qualifications and Job Requirements: 

BA degree in applicable field preferred. Additional position related experience may be substituted
Two years related experience in community engagement, project management, and event coordination.
Two years professional experience in the nonprofit sector strongly desired.
Experience overseeing volunteers or staff.
Proficiency in Office 365 tools including use of SharePoint & Microsoft Teams, and Microsoft Office products, including Word, Outlook, Excel & PowerPoint. Strong computer skills including graphic design software and capacity to learn various online database, design and project management programs.
Excellent writing and editing skills.
Excellent verbal communication and presentation skills.
Ability to organize time effectively and work on a variety of projects in the same timeframe.
Proficiency with office machines, including computers, database systems, scanners
High level of accuracy, organizational skills, and ability to handle multiple tasks.
Ability to work with minimal supervision.
Ability to maintain a cooperative, professional demeanor with clients, volunteers, staff, and community members.
Bilingual in spoken and written Spanish strongly desired but not required.
Complete WEAVE’s peer counselor training program and pass background (post-hiring requirement).
Valid California Driver’s license and reliable transportation, including vehicle insurance.

Application Instructions: 

Top 3 Reasons to Work for WEAVE:
Compensation & Benefits: We offer competitive non-profit wages, 100% health
insurance premium coverage for employees, dental and vision insurance, long-term disability and life insurance, cell phone subsidies, employer contributions
towards retirement savings, liberal PTO accrual, 13 holidays, extended sick leave, and a commitment to work/life balance.

Growth-Oriented: WEAVE encourages employees to explore new directions within the organization.

Collaborative & Inclusive Culture: We are committed to a diverse, inclusive, and accessible work environment where all staff feel welcome; a successful candidate must be willing and able to work positively with other staff with broad arrays of backgrounds and life experiences.

WEAVE is committed to breaking the cycle of violence by educating the community to better understand the issues of domestic violence and sexual assault. If this type of work excites you, we would love for you to join us and become part of an organization that provides life-changing supportive services for survivors every day.

About the Organization: 

About Us

WEAVE, founded in 1978, is Sacramento’s primary provider of prevention and intervention services supporting domestic and sexual violence survivors. The organization offers 24/7 support and response, shelter, counseling, legal services, financial empowerment and much more to some of the most vulnerable members of Sacramento’s many communities. WEAVE has grown significantly in recent years, expanding services and capacity to meet community needs. With diverse programs, substantial agency-owned facilities and equipment, and an organizational commitment to leading the way in service standards.

Our mission is to promote safe and healthy relationships and support survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and sex trafficking. We envision a community free of violence and abuse.