Careers

Good+Foundation is the place for you if you want to change the systems that uphold intergenerational poverty on a national scale. With offices in New York City and Los Angeles, our small but mighty non-profit functions as an in-kind and financial partner to hundreds of ground-level organizations that support low-income families. If you’re aligned, we urge you to apply to the open position(s) that best reflect your goals and skill set. Ideal candidates will exemplify Good+Foundation values: transparency, keep it tight, humility, tenacity, and devotion. Please read full job descriptions for details on how to apply.

Human Resources Manager

Good+Foundation is currently seeking a full-time Human Resources manager to better support our team as we continue to grow. This position will play a pivotal role in supporting all aspects of the employee experience at Good+Foundation, through a lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion that reflects Good+ organizational values. This hire will be required to be on site approximately 2-3 days/week at our NY office, located in Manhattan’s Garment District.

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Marketing & Communications Manager

Good+Foundation is currently seeking a Marketing & Communications Manager to help advance our mission by developing and executing a long-term strategic media plan in support of the organization’s overarching goals. This hire will be required to be on site approximately 2-3 days/week at our NY office, located in Manhattan’s Garment District.

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Academy Trainer

Good+Foundation is currently seeking a trainer to join the Good+ Training Academy team to provide virtual and/or in-person training (when safe to do so), offer technical assistance, and facilitate connections to resources in an effort to transform social service systems that have been identified as obstacles in helping families thrive.

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2022 Financial Contributors
$25,000 and above (through September 26)