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About SAFE RETURN PROJECT
The Safe Return Project is dedicated to creating an equitable and healthy environment for Contra Costa County residents, young and old, returning home to their communities from incarceration. Safe Return Project members engage the community through research and community organizing. Our goal is to educate our communities on the needs and to transform systems that impact those returning home from incarceration; and to shift the dominant narratives in communities that receive and serve men, women, and youth coming home from incarceration from one of fear to one of acceptance and hope. The Safe Return Project believes that breaking down barriers to employment, housing, and family reunification for people coming home to our communities will give them a fighting chance at successful reintegration. Our commitment is to true public safety in the form of the best, multifaceted community-based practices at the grassroots level.
At Safe Return, we build an intentional culture that centers on healing, self-sufficiency, accountability, and liberation. When we envision a “safe return” for those coming out of incarceration, we see true public safety achieved in the form of multifaceted community-based best practices at the grassroots level. We are committed to creating spaces where all voices are heard, and all people are embraced for their wholeness.
Director of Development
We are excited to add a full-time Director of Development to our Safe Return family. The Director of Development is responsible for overseeing the resource development, public relations, and marketing programs of SRP. A member of the organization’s senior management team, the Director will report directly to and work in partnership with the Executive Director to spearhead development efforts as SRP continues to grow. A new position in the organization, the Director will have the responsibility to build out SRP’s development program, help set organizational goals, ensure compliance with grant deliverables, work closely with our Executive Director to cultivate individual donor and grant prospects, research new funding opportunities and create strategies to pursue them, create/manage processes and systems to track all fundraising efforts, increase organizational visibility, and lead external messaging. The Director will also be responsible for managing budgetary, financial, and administrative matters for SRP, under the supervision of the Executive Director.