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About us

Sister Connection was founded in 2006 to help widows in Burundi rebuild their lives after decades of civil war.  Today, our goals have expanded from relief only to include sustainable personal development as the economic prospects for widows and their children remain bleak.  We restore dignity for today and hope for the future by empowering widows and orphans to become financially independent.

Donor Development Coordinator


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The Donor Development Coordinator will work directly with the CEO to coordinate the fundraising activities of Sister Connection and manage relationships with our financial partners. Duties will include planning fundraising events, interacting with donors to encourage ongoing contributions, and seeking out opportunities for financial support through grants and sponsorship. Travel throughout the Pacific Northwest is required. The coordinator will oversee branding, image and messaging in marketing, digital media and outreach materials as well as deliver presentations on programs to various community, corporate and church groups as needed.

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university.
  • Minimum Experience: Two years related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret data sets and to provide relevant, insightful feedback of the data with regards to the ministry’s strategic mission and vision.
  • Must ensure SC’s PCI compliance with confidential donor information with discretion.
  • Proficiency in productivity suites (Google Suite, Microsoft Office, Aplos)
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills.
    Clear and effective communicator, both written and spoken.

Please mail all applications, and resumes to:

Sister Connection
Attn: Hiring manager
PO Box 2092
Wenatchee, WA 98807

Financial Services Coordinator

U.S. Office, Sister Connection


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The Financial Services Coordinator works directly with the CEO & Treasurer to ensure the efficient and intended allocation of donated funds across the ministry’s various programs. This position reports directly to the organization’s President/CEO.

Organization’s Mission

To raise up the destitute widows and orphans of Burundi by providing paths toward self-sufficiency.

Organization’s Vision

To enable Burundi’s widows and orphans to thrive in their communities with healing, dignity and hope.

Sister Connection Core Values

  • God-dependent: Seeking God first in all things or moving in step with God’s spirit
  • Biblically-based: Faithfully living the Biblical directive to help widows and orphans (James 1:27)
  • Integrity-focused: Transparent honesty and reliable consistency
    Dignity: Respecting each person’s inherent dignity as created in the image of God
  • Relationships: Investing in healthy relationships through love, forgiveness, and grace
  • Capacity-building: Creating capacity for others to reach their potential
  • Long-term-sustainability: Stewardship that creates long-term sustainability for others and the ministry

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Record financial gifts received in Wenatchee office to Aplos Accounting Program
  • Record reallocation of WePay sponsorship contributions to Aplos Accounting Program
  • Record PayPal, Benevity, Amazon Smile, etc., items received into People’s Bank
  • Record payroll transactions from People’s Bank to Aplos Accounting Program
  • Record expenses made through People’s Bank transactions (credit card, bank fees, rent)
  • Record interest income on People’s Bank savings account
  • Add tag and purpose to Aplos for newly sponsored widows.
  • Assist in reconciliation of sponsorship spreadsheet
  • Other tasks or duties as assigned
  • Organize and file ALL correspondence received at the Wenatchee office

Supervision Received

  • Reports directly to organization’s President/CEO
  • Coordinates regularly (weekly) with organization’s Treasurer

Qualifications and Expectations

  • Minimum Experience: Two years experience at an administration level
  • Must handle confidential information with discretion
  • Proficiency in productivity suites (Google Suite, Aplos, Microsoft Office)
  • Excellent time management and organization skills
  • Clear, efficient, and effective communicator, written and spoken

Please mail all applications, and resumes to:

Sister Connection
Attn: Hiring manager
PO Box 2092
Wenatchee, WA 98807