Not only has the Archdiocese of Washington has seen donations, esp. among many big donors, go down, they also seem to have a hard time finding people to fill the slots dealing with fund raising. Trust me on both.
Below you will find two images showing the open jobs. However, even though the date shows that the jobs have been open since early July, they were actually advertised in mid-June. They just repost every few weeks.
Now, it is my understanding (thanks Melvin), that the jobs pay very, very well. But it seems that they are having a hard time (thanks again Melvin) finding people to fill them. Oh, and don't think that they have not looked internally but that is another story for another day.
So, if you are looking for a fundraising position, one that helps keeps those who cannot keep their vows, and those who protect them, in positions of authority and comfort (aka Msgr. Rossi and Archbishop Wilton), then there is a job for you in Hyattsville.
PS: Thank you George Neumayr! He has done fantastic work bringing to light the corruption in this Archdiocese. If you can help him out: https://www.gofundme.com/f/george-neumayr039s-journalism-fund