• Full Time
  • Remote


HEART is the only Muslim-led, national advocacy organization that builds power with survivors, communities, and institutions to advance reproductive justice and uproot gendered violence, by establishing access and choice for the most impacted Muslims.

By offering accurate sexual and reproductive health and gendered violence education, advocacy, research, and training, HEART mobilizes people to become agents of change in their own communities and connects them to a network to sustain their empowerment. HEART’s vision is ambitious: to build a world where all Muslims are safe, can exercise self determination over their reproductive lives, and thrive in the communities they live, work and pray in.

With ongoing programming in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, and Washington, DC, HEART has experienced rapid growth in the past few years. What began as a local, volunteer-run organization has blossomed into a national movement-focused organization with six paid staff members and a larger network of trainers, volunteers and educators. What makes our team unique is that we are led for and by directly impacted people that represent the communities we serve: we are Muslims, survivors, caregivers, queer and trans, differently abled, people of color working at the intersection of Islam, reproductive justice, and anti-sexual assault advocacy.

Over the years, our in-person programming has reached more than 12,000 people nationally, and over 150,000 people virtually through our videos, toolkits, and publications. Our programming has been the source of healing, support, belonging, and leadership development for many in Muslim communities, especially those living on the margins, including survivors of sexual violence, LGBTQIA+ people, and those who have experienced pregnancy loss.

About the Opportunity

The Development Director will ideally have at least three years’ fundraising experience at one or more nonprofit social justice organizations. They will be responsible for building and implementing a multipronged and multi-year organizational fund development strategy to ensure long term financial sustainability of HEART. With a particular emphasis on individual giving – including religiously-obligated giving, special events, and financial management: the Development Director will work closely with the CoExecutive Directors and the Board of Directors. The right person for the job will be comfortable leading relationship-building with diverse communities and will demonstrate a passion for resourcing HEART’s work as it intersects with gendered violence prevention, reproductive justice and Muslim identities. The ideal candidate will bring a clear commitment to social justice and familiarity with resourcing reproductive justice and gendered violence movement work.

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HEART values a diverse workplace and strongly encourages applications from Muslim, Black, Indigenous, people of color (BIPOC), queer and trans folks, people with disabilities, and members of ethnic minorities. HEART is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, religion, national origin, citizenship status, disability, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, medical condition or any protected category prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

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