We seek talented, energetic individuals to become part of the Give2Asia team. Please review the opportunities listed below. 

+ Vice President, Finance & Administration

The Vice President, Finance & Administration acts as chief financial officer and holds primary responsibility for the financial affairs and operations of Give2Asia. Primary responsibilities include budget planning and management; financial tracking and reporting; audit, compliance, and internal controls; investment management; support for business plan development and monitoring; human resources and IT systems oversight; and Board of Directors support (Finance, Audit, and Investment Committees). The VPFA must be hands-on with the day-to-day financial management of the organization while overseeing a staff of three (Business Operations Manager, Staff Accountant, and IS Consultant).


Reports To: President & CEO, Give2Asia

Financial and asset management: Overall responsibility for Give2Asia’s finances and investments. Responsible for the integrity of financial statements, accounting systems, audit and tax reporting, and internal controls. Monitors changes in FASB requirements and ensures that Give2Asia’s policies and procedures are in compliance. Implements the investment policy and manages banking and broker relationships.

Gift processing and fund administration: Oversees all donor gift processing and fund administration. The VPFA is responsible for ensuring the proper handling of all transactions, statements, and inquiries associated with those funds. Monitors legal changes that may affect charitable giving and grantmaking.

Financial budgeting and forecasting: The VPFA develops Give2Asia’s operating budget, and tracks and reports on progress toward annual goals. The VPFA works closely with the President & CEO on business development scenario planning, and provides financial models and data to support sound and effective decision-making.

Board reporting and administration: The VPFA staffs the Finance, Audit, and Investment Committees of the board, and reports to the President & CEO and board on financial and other matters.

Information technology management: The VPFA holds primary responsibility for Give2Asia’s fund management & accounting system, which runs on FinancialForce, designed to be fully integrated with Give2Asia’s Salesforce CRM system. The VPFA must work in these systems daily and oversees the work of the staff IS Consultant (full-time/remote) to identify ways in which information technology can improve operational efficiency, client satisfaction, and access to decision-useful information.

Human resources: Oversees all Human Resources functions, managed day-to-day by Business Operations Manager (full-time/remote). Ensures that personnel policies are kept up to date and legally compliant. Manages the compensation and benefits structure, monitors comparative data from Bay Area colleague organizations, and recommends changes as necessary to remain competitive. Ensures the internal operations and communications protocols are effective and that the workplace culture is congenial and productive.

General operations administration: Manages vendor relationships and negotiations. Ensures compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements in the US and abroad, and maintains insurance coverage.


  • Minimum 10 years of professional experience, with senior leadership experience in a nonprofit or foundation setting required.
  • The VP Finance & Administration will have exceptional non-profit accounting skills and the ability to clearly communicate financials to internal and external stakeholders.
  • S/he must have the capacity and willingness to both play a hands-on role in day-to-day transaction processing and account reconciliations while maintaining a leadership position and perspective in managing the organization as a whole.
  • Experience in multi-cultural/multinational work settings preferred; demonstrated ability to communicate well across cultural differences.
  • Some human resources management experience is required.
  • International HR compliance is a plus. Experience managing remote staff is a plus.
  • Experience in Salesforce-based information systems preferred.

Compensation: $110-115K DOE w/ competitive benefits.

To Apply: Please send a resume and substantive cover letter addressing the specific job requirements to We will contact candidates selected for interview on a rolling basis.

+ Director of Business Development

Give2Asia is seeking a talented and aggressive business development professional to lead our efforts partnering with corporate, families, and individual donors in the Bay Area and in other key markets. This person will join our team of 12 people in San Francisco to build donor relationships in San Francisco and Silicon Valley, helping clients leverage Give2Asia’s world-class services to further their philanthropic and social investment goals in the Asia-Pacific region.


The Director of Business Development will be dedicated to ensuring that existing and emerging donor communities are engaged as they plan for and carry out funding for charitable programs in one or multiple Asian countries. This person will be supported by the efforts of Give2Asia’s program management team, and will work in partnership with the President & CEO and the Board of Directors for business development efforts. In the first three months, the person will work closely with the President & CEO to develop a three-year outreach plan for Give2Asia’s work with corporations, as well as Bay Area families and individual donors. The Director of Business Development will then demonstrate an ability to achieve success with that plan to expand Give2Asia’s engagement with donors.

Give2Asia has built a reputation of trust that is based on an existing network of thousands of vetted grant recipients and passionate donors. The successful candidate will be able to build new relationships and tap new and existing partnership networks for Give2Asia while continuing to meet donor expectations of trust and excellence.


Reports To: President & CEO, Give2Asia


Works closely and in partnership with Give2Asia’s program and finance staff and the President & CEO to meet business development goals. Responsible for outreach to new client prospects including events, one-to-one outreach, and other opportunities to cultivate relationships. Manages the development associates work with the website, social media and content development. Supported by the development associate, sets expectations with all staff to develop content and resources that aligns with business development. Coordinates with the finance team to ensure proper budget management and for the establishment of new donor accounts. Leverages the President & CEO and the board of directors as a resource to build new donor relationships.


Is a visible representative of the organization, representing Give2Asia at public events, business meetings and other external settings that may involve donors, partners, prospective clients, grantees, and other constituents.



Minimum 5 years of professional experience, with significant business development and sales experience in nonprofit, social investment, and/or financial sectors. The Director of Business Development will be creative and entrepreneurial with the following experience and qualifications, or their equivalent:

  • Committed to and enthusiastic about the mission, services and impact of Give2Asia, and able to engage others to join as partners and clients of Give2Asia; an abiding interest in building a platform for effective philanthropy in Asia;
  • Proven sales and/or business development experience including plan development, sales and/or fundraising experience; personal and successful experience interacting with donors/clients, boards, and internal teams;
  • Knowledge of and personal experience with philanthropic and nonprofit organizations working in the USA and Asia preferred;
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in diverse cultural settings;
  • Prior experience as a manager in a client service role; a career trajectory that includes nonprofit, wealth management and/or consulting practice management or related experience;
  • Outstanding communications skills; a history of communicating effectively and persuasively in both large and small groups; excellent writing and public speaking skills for both formal and extemporaneous presentations;
  • Demonstrated success expanding sales and/or client engagements in past roles, including engagements with corporate and individual clients;
  • Ability to effectively direct marketing activities to support business development.


  • Expanding Give2Asia’s base of donors: The Director of Business Development will lead outreach to corporations, families and individuals, leveraging existing and creating new partnerships with wealth managers, community foundations, commercial DAFs and nonprofit groups. This person will , develop and present proposals and contracts as a result of new donor cultivation.
  • Developing, refining, expanding and integrating all marketing, business development and sales process, procedures, policies and systems into cohesive and effective program.
  • Contributing to overall growth goals of Give2Asia: Supporting the President & CEO’s goal of doubling Give2Asia’s business both in terms of fee generation and program investments during the next three years.
  • Guiding donor stewardship activities: Donor stewardship is an important focus for overall business development. The Director of Business Development will work closely with Program Officers to structure donor stewardship activities that enable expansion of existing donor relationships, and strengthen the reputation of our service delivery.
  • Identification of new donor services: The Director of Business Development will identify and qualify revenue generating partnerships. This person will be an active contributor and generator of new service ideas, and support the overall organizational planning for the launch and delivery of new services for families and individuals.
  • External representation: The Director of Business Development will represent Give2Asia, lead meetings and make presentations at philanthropic, industry and client events.

Compensation: $85,000 plus benefits.

To Apply: Please send applications to

+ Marketing and Development Internship

Give2Asia seeks interns to work with the Marketing and Development Department. Interns help to manage social media handles, including researching and writing content, as well as reviewing analytics. The interns help to create and design content for digital and print, including press releases, publications, and videos. Interns will learn how international non-governmental organizations (INGOs) communicate internally and externally, across geographically dispersed areas and diverse target audiences.

Responsibilities include:

  • Curating news relevant to Give2Asia's work in Asia, international development, natural disasters, charity or philanthropy law and publications, and more;
  • Researching, producing, and distributing original content
  • Generating and expanding conversations via social media channels;
  • Working with Programs Department to summarize Give2Asia’s work across grant making sectors
  • Analysis of third party research as well as digital marketing metrics

The ideal candidate has a degree or is working toward a degree in marketing and/or communications, and has a demonstrated interest in international development, Asian studies, journalism, or a related field.

The candidate should have professional writing ability. Experience in research and interviewing is preferred. Knowledge of HTML/CSS and Adobe design tools, including InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, and/or Premiere (or Final Cut), is desirable but not required. Candidates must be available for a minimum of 20 hours per week for a three-month period. This is a volunteer position with a small stipend available for meals and transportation.

Interested applicants should send a copy of their resume, cover letter, and a relevant writing sample to

+ Programs Internship

The Programs Department is responsible for managing donor relationships and accounts, conducting efficient and effective grantmaking to organizations in Asia, developing new programs in collaboration with donors and grantees, and generating program-related informational and educational communication.

Give2Asia is seeking an intern to work with the Programs Department. Interns will work with members of the programs team on their program development and grantmaking goals. Interns will also be able to work cross-functionally across multiple departments (i.e. finance, marketing).

Responsibilities include:

  • Helping to prepare new proposals, custom programs, and donor reports
  • Assisting with donor correspondence and updates
  • Conducting program research
  • Blogging about interesting reports and events on the Give2Asia forum
  • Researching and writing informational and educational materials
  • Administrative tasks as needed (i.e. helping put together Board Polls, assisting in the due diligence process)
  • Report reviews and re-formatting
  • Salesforce entry for organizations and grants

Specific tasks will be based on qualifications and demonstrated proficiency. This is an excellent opportunity to gain exposure to a non-profit working in the field of international philanthropy. The Programs Internship is a year-round program. Candidates must be available for a minimum of 20 hours per week for a 3-month period. This is a volunteer position with a small stipend available for meals and transportation.

The ideal candidate has a bachelor's or master's degree and interest in international philanthropy and/or Asian affairs; strong research, writing, and editing skills; computer and internet proficiency; excellent interpersonal skills; and a desire to learn.

Interested applicants should send a copy of their resume, cover letter, and a relevant writing sample to:

Diversity in Hiring Policy: Give2Asia is an equal opportunity employer, where the staff and Board of Directors reflect the diversity of our donors, partners and grantees. Employment and advancement opportunities are based solely on individual capabilities and qualifications without regard to race, color, religion, gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic protected under law.