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Job Title: Fundraising Executive (Supporter-Led)
Hours of Work: 35 hours per week (full/part time available)
Reports to: Fundraising Manager
Salary: £23,000 - £26,000 dependent on experience
Location: Hybrid or fully remote (once a month in Hampshire office)
This is an exciting time to join Pancreatic Cancer Action in our Decade of change. If you are a proactive, enthusiastic, motivated fundraiser with a can-do attitude we need you to help us to achieve our ambitious strategy by 2030. As a Fundraising Executive (Supporter-Led) you will have a vital part to play in our Income Generation Team. This person will have ownership of supporters choosing to fundraise for PCA through products, community and challenge events fundraising. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a dynamic and energetic team. We are looking for someone with the creativity and innovation to help increase income over the next couple of years and play a part in our rapidly expanding charity.
Pancreatic Cancer Action, (registered charity No.1137689) was founded in 2010 by a rare survivor of the disease. We are a small team headed by our Founder & Chief Executive who runs the charity plus a board of Trustees, which provides direction for the organisation. In August 2020 Pancreatic Cancer Action merged with Pancreatic Cancer Scotland making our team stronger than ever. Pancreatic cancer has only a seven per cent survival rate and this figure has not improved significantly for over 40 years. Despite it being the fifth biggest cancer killer in the UK, pancreatic cancer receives only three per cent of overall research funding. With a strong focus on early diagnosis, it is Pancreatic Cancer Action’s aim to improve survival rates through awareness, medical education, improved patient information and by funding research specifically into the early diagnosis of pancreatic cancer. Simply, we want more people diagnosed in time for surgery, currently the only potential for a cure.
Develop, Implement and manage an annual programme of challenge events such as the London Marathon, develop and maintain community and corporate fundraising audiences and opportunities across the UK. Ensuring they are within budget whilst always maintaining the highest quality supporter journey.
Support the delivery of the virtual challenge event- Jog Jan. Add insight and support the annual Pancreatic Awareness Month Campaign and help to further develop Pyjama’s for Pan Can to new audiences.
Create and drive forward new fundraising initiatives to maximise income from our existing products and events.
Seek out engagement opportunities to support donor acquisition and retention utilising new and existing channels and platforms.
You will be an excellent relationship manager who can maintain accurate records on our CRM system (Salesforce) to ensure that we develop, engage and update our supporters.
Work closely with other departments, in particular Marketing and Comms, to create engaging products and campaigns. Updating the fundraising section of the PCA website with relevant news, events and opportunities.
Support the Fundraising assistant to fulfill supporters merchandise requests to ensure all relevant support materials are dispatched on time.
Support in the development of Community and/or Corporate fundraising, challenge events and fundraising products, with demonstratable success raising income through one/all methods.
Be competent at data inputting, IT literate and very organised. Empathy and excellent communication skills are vital in this role and the candidate must be able to collaborate and work well as part of a team.
Attending, when necessary, external events, conferences and exhibitions across the UK and being the face of PCA, acknowledging that some of these may involve overnight stays and weekends.
Income and targets
Help to grow Pancreatic Cancer Action’s income from challenge event fundraisers and corporate partners.
Develop ongoing stewardship journey for Community Fundraisers and increase average gift though exceptional supporter care.
Achieve Financial and non-financial targets and KPI’s from challenge events, corporate and community fundraising as agreed with the Fundraising Manager.
Monitor and control allocated fundraising budgets and regularly update the Fundraising Manager.
Prepare and monitor reporting for all online fundraising platforms to fit with our accounting systems reporting this to the Fundraising Manager monthly.
Contribute to PCA’s fundraising strategy.
Liaise with the Marketing & Comms team weekly to establish a consistent flow of Income generating opportunities across all social media platforms.
Perform any other duties that the Fundraising Manager may consider appropriate.
UK driving license is essential – our office is in rural Hampshire and the nearest train station is a 15-20-minute drive away.
While every effort has been made to outline all the main duties and responsibilities of the post, a document such as this does not permit every item to be specified in detail
2 – 3 years of working within a charitable organisation (essential)
Educated to A Level or Above – or relevant experience (essential)
Previous experience of working in a fundraising team and knowledge of all fundraising income streams (essential)
Previous experience of working with CRM data base (essential)
Excellent verbal and written Communication skills (essential)
Confident at presenting to a wide range of audiences, both face to face and using technology such as Zoom or Teams (highly desirable)
Competent with all Microsoft applications such as Word / Excel / PowerPoint (essential)
Good organisational and time management skills with the ability to adapt to changing priorities (essential)
Positive can-do attitude (essential)
A team player who can motivate and collaborate with others (essential)
Able to prioritise own workload and confident to ask for help when needed (essential)
Ability to be empathetic and to handle difficult conversations sensitively with people affected by pancreatic cancer (essential)
Willingness to work outside agreed hours occasionally. This may include weekend and or evening working (essential)
Willingness to learn new skills (essential)
Willingness to travel around the UK to support fundraising activity (essential)
Access to a car and a UK driving license (essential)
What we offer:
Fair and equal pay (reviewed annually)
28 days leave, plus bank and public holidays
Friendly supportive team
We believe in work life balance and care about results above everything else
Pension scheme with a 3% employer contribution
Flexible working arrangements
Charity sick pay not just SSP
An organisation which takes mental health seriously with awareness training available to all employees and access to mental health first aiders
Health cash plan scheme including children under 16 years with the option toupgrade and add family members
Employee assistance programme
Free on-site parking at HQ
Free tea and coffee at HQ
Dog friendly HQ
Investment in your ongoing development such as conference participation and training courses
And much more!.....
Please note, we will be contacting suitable applicants for interview on a rolling basis, so there is a potential that this vacancy will be closed off earlier than the closing date.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Location: North Yorkshire, Hull & East Riding
Salary: £26,451 - £28,886 per annum (depending on skills and experience)
Working Hours: 35 per week
Closing Date: 22 July 2022
Interview Date: TBC (via Zoom or Teams)
Location: This role is based and covering the North Yorkshire Hull & East Riding region. This is a home based position, but with travel within North Yorkshire, Hull or East Riding, so you will need to live within this region.
Please note the deadline for submitting applications for this vacancy is 23.59pm on the closing date.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if we receive sufficient applications for the role. Therefore, if you are interested, please submit your application as early as possible.
Who we are
Alzheimer’s Society are a vital source of support and a powerful force for change for everyone affected by dementia. We will not rest until people with dementia and their carers live more fulfilled and less fearful lives, free from stigma and inequality.
What we do
We support people affected by dementia through some of the hardest and most frightening times, to improve their lives and help to avoid crisis.
No matter whoever you are, whatever you’re going through, you can turn to Alzheimer’s Society/us for expert support through practical advice, emotional support, and guidance for the best next step
We join forces with people affected by dementia, leading scientists and policy makers, amplifying voices to push for cutting edge breakthroughs and societal change that’ll improve the lives of people affected by dementia, now and in the future
How we do it
We’re the friendly face of support, the warm voice at the end of the phone and the determined minds who will fight passionately for the cause of everyone affected by dementia.
About the role
We have an exciting opportunity to join the North East and Yorkshire regional engagement team as the Community Fundraiser for North Yorkshire, Hull and East Riding at Alzheimer’s Society.
Your primary focuses will be providing first class stewardship to our amazing supporters and proactively securing new business to the organisation. You will be joining a team of four other community fundraisers covering who are maximising the potential in their own areas, as well as working with other teams and directorates to maximise relationship building, income generation and life time value to the organisation.
If you have a passion and skill for building lasting relationships at the heart of the community that will make meaningful difference to people affected by dementia, this is an exciting opportunity for you. You will build on your business acquisition skills, fantastic donor stewardship and volunteer management experience, to truly make your mark in this rapidly expanding charity.
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written [essential]
- Excellent organisational and timekeeping skills [essential]
- Ability to prioritise your workloads and have an organised, methodical approach [essential]
- Experience of recruiting, managing and working with volunteers to deliver organisational objectives
- Ability to achieve financial and non-financial targets and good working knowledge of budgets [essential].
- Be a team player, supporting colleagues when there are deadlines, and who knows when to ask for help themselves.
- Experience in virtual and in person presentations to businesses and various groups and associations are a regular occurrence
- You will be the face of Alzheimer’s Society for those fundraising in your region - you will be their biggest cheerleader, their go-to person, and their sounding board.
- Excellent people skills and be able to work collaboratively with other individuals within the Society
- Be a self starter and incredibly motivated.
- Ability to work and adapt to work in a fast-paced and diverse environment
- Demonstrate your creative nature
- Be resourceful and inspiring every day to give your supporters the best possible experience.
- Demonstrate your ambition to succeed
- Be target-driven & will be passionate about bringing real growth to your campaigns.
- Demonstrate your supportive and empathic nature.
- Excellent attention to detail.
You may have experience of the following: Community Fundraiser, Fundraising, Charity, Not for Profit, Third Sector, Volunteer Management, Business Development, Legacy, Fundraiser, Volunteer Manager, Charities etc.
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WR Fundraising Recruitment has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced individual giving professional to join a fundraising team at a growing national charity at an exciting time of development that includes increased exposure and publicity.
We’re looking for an Individual Giving Officer to join the growing fundraising team and be responsible for the timely and cost effective execution of acquisition and retention campaigns using multi channel approaches; digital, Direct Marketing, print and telemarketing (outsourced).
The role will have a strong focus on recruiting and retaining supporters and converting existing supporters to ensure continued annual growth from individual and regular giving.
Individual Giving Officer
Full Time, Permanent
Winchester, Hampshire with very flexible Hybrid Working
£28,000 - £30,000 per annum
Working closely with the Individual Giving Manager, duties will include:
- Maximise the effectiveness of digital fundraising to identify potential supporters and develop relationships
- Maximise effectiveness of direct mail campaigns, writing great copy and creating engaging content so supporters
- Analyse results and make recommendations for future digital and traditional fundraising campaigns
- Work with the Individual Giving Manager to plan and deliver an effective, balanced calendar of communications
- Plan and manage acquisition and retention activity by email and work with the Communications team to create effective fundraising campaigns
- Work with external suppliers, e.g. designers, mailing house and telephone fundraising agency, as part of a donor retention strategy
- Monitor, evaluate and report on all campaigns, making recommendations for improvement
Ideal candidates will have:
- Experience of working on direct marketing campaigns, regular giving / supporter acquisition or donor retention
- Specialist knowledge of direct marketing best practices and the law with the ability to apply theory and experience to grow income.
- Knowledge of a range of direct marketing techniques associated ROI expectation acquired through training and experience
- Highly knowledgeable of database marketing, the importance of ensuring data integrity and data protection laws incl. GDPR
- Experience of working in a fundraising and/or direct marketing role with good knowledge of direct response across multiple channels including digital
To apply and for further information, please email a copy of your CV in the first instance.
WR Fundraising Recruitment are passionate about bringing together talented fundraising professionals with fantastic organisations. We’d love to hear from you if you are looking for a new fundraising opportunity.
We’re looking for a skilled fundraiser with experience across a variety of income streams, to join a team of passionate and committed fundraisers to generate future income for Thrive. You’ll take primary responsibility for our direct marketing and digital acquisition campaigns as well as working closely and collaboratively with the team to build Thrive’s bi-annual newsletter, with a focus to gain financial support from new donors.
A natural self-starter, you’ll be supporting the Fundraising Manager to develop Thrive’s celebratory giving offer and corporate pay roll giving initiatives. This varied role will give you the opportunity to further your fundraising skills across a broad range of income generating activities as well as build strong, professional relationships to benefit Thrive’s charitable objectives.
If you are a confident communicator and collaborator with proven relationship building and marketing skills, we can offer you a new and rewarding challenge to help Thrive reach our ambitious charitable objectives.
Broad Outline of Key Responsibilities
- Deliver and develop our Direct Marketing and digital acquisition campaigns
- Lead on The Charity’s bi-annual newsletter, gathering and creating engaging content
- Monitor and analyse the performance of digital fundraising campaigns by compiling regular reports.
Develop Thrive’s celebratory giving offering to appeal to current and new supporters
Please send your CV and a covering letter explaining how you meet the person specification to recruitment at Thrive.We’ll be considering applications on a rolling basis as they arrive, so, should you meet the criteria for the role, we’d love to hear from you as soon as possible.
Thrive are a Disability Confident Employer and as such we are committed to the employment and career development of disabled people and will offer an interview to give you the opportunity to demonstrate your abilities at an interview, if you declare that you have a disability and meet the minimum criteria for the job.
By ‘minimum criteria’ we mean that you must provide us with evidence in your application which demonstrates that you generally meet the level of competence required for each competency as well as meeting any of the qualifications, skills or experience defined as essential.
Successful appointment to this post will be subject to satisfactory references and Disclosure & Barring Service checks. Thrive complies fully with the DBS Code of Practice. Having a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an individual from working for Thrive.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
An exciting opportunity has arisen at the SVP as a Supporter Relations Officer to support and grow its national fundraising work. This is a great opportunity to join a busy, ambitious, and friendly team for your next career move in individual giving. Perhaps you are an Executive wishing to move up to a more senior role or an experienced Officer in a small charity wanting experience at a national charity.
Using the experience and skills you have already gained in the charity sector, in individual giving, you will work closely with the Fundraising & Comms team, and working with the Supporter Relationship Manager, you will be responsible for the operational delivery of the Individual Giving strategy, using proven fundraising techniques working to bring in new donors and maximise the money we raise from our existing donors.
You will be responsible for delivering a variety of acquisition and retention activities – including cash appeals (direct mail and email), stewardship (creating supporter journeys and production of e-newsletters), as well as supporting on supporter acquisition across digital (paid social and search)
The Supporter Relations Officer should be someone with some experience in Marketing, Individual Giving or Fundraising across a variety of channels, both online and offline. Also have experience in project management of marketing or fundraising campaigns, have a strong attention to detail and be able to manage multiple projects at the same time. In return you will work with the team to deliver an excellent supporter experience and play a vital and active role in shaping our supporter journey to aid the SVP in building long term relationships and encourage continued support.
Working Hours = Part time - You will be contracted to work 30 hours per week
Location = The role can be remote or hybrid depending on location (with the option to work in our London or Bradford office)
Contract = Permanent
Salary = £26,501 per annum pro-rata plus London Weighting if applicable
Benefits Package = 33 days holiday (pro rata) per year inclusive of bank holidays, a competitive pension scheme, employee assistance programme, retail discounts, birthday day off, buy / sell holiday scheme, enhanced paid leave, cycle to work scheme, free will writing service and lots more.
YOUR MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:
- To support the Supporter Relationships Manager in growing the donor base and increasing individual giving at national level from individual donors in line with agreed income targets.
- To support the development and growth of the Friends Scheme and increase levels of regular giving at national level.
- To project manage national fundraising appeals, campaigns, and individual giving products such as the SVP raffle, lottery, alternative Christmas gifts and other new fundraising initiatives where appropriate.
- To track income from individual donors, liaise with Finance on income reports and provide monthly income reports on progress against income targets and KPIs.
- To act as a source of specialist knowledge for the Society in supporter acquisition, individual giving and digital fundraising.
TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN THIS ROLE, YOU’LL NEED:
- Demonstrable experience in coordinating and implementing fundraising appeals and/or acquisition marketing campaigns and/or projects to time scale and within budget
- Demonstrable experience working in the field of direct marketing, donor acquisition and retention
- Demonstrable experience in growing levels of regular giving across digital and offline campaigns
- Experience in working and maintaining successful relationships with agencies and suppliers to deliver targets
- Knowledge of donor acquisition, individual and regular giving
It is desirable that the candidate can demonstrate the following –
- Experience within a charity setting
- Experience in digital and online fundraising
- Experience in delivering fundraising lotteries and raffles
- Experience in delivering Friends Schemes or other similar donor loyalty programmes
- Knowledge and understanding of fundraising regulation and legislation
- Knowledge and understanding of the principles of supporter care and stewardship
In return we’ll provide you with the opportunity to work for a welcoming organisation that offers support, guidance, training, and development.
HOW TO APPLY:
If you feel you have the relevant skills and experience to fulfil this role successfully, please apply in the first instance with your CV.
Closing Date = Wednesday 20th July 2022
Deadline for Application Packs = Monday 25th July 2022
Interviews = 2nd August 2022
Previous candidates need not apply. Unfortunately, if you have not received a response within four weeks of your application, you have not been successful on this occasion.
Whilst we ask that staff have sympathy with the Christian values, religion is not considered in recruitment as we value people of all faiths or none.
ABOUT THE SVP:
The St Vincent de Paul Society is an international Christian voluntary organisation dedicated to tackling poverty and disadvantage in all its forms by providing practical assistance to people in need.
Our work is based on person-to-person contact and spending time with people is our greatest gift. Motivated by their faith, our 10,000 volunteer members in England and Wales are committed to meaningful and long-term befriending in their local communities. They visit people in their homes, hospital, prison, and care homes on a regular basis and offer sincere friendship and practical support such as food, furniture or financial help where needed and they organise trips and events for older and isolated people. We offer help to anyone regardless of faith, ethnicity, status, or sexual orientation.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Child’s i Foundation is a Uganda based charity with an international reputation for advocating child rights and creating community based alternatives to orphanages. A small non-profit with a big impact, we work with governments, national partners and our worldwide network of supporters to highlight the harm and cost of orphanages in Uganda and globally.We’re helping to reimagine the whole child protection and care system, repurpose orphanages and rebuild services at the heart of communities that are designed to strengthen and support birth, foster and adoptive families. Because every child needs a loving family, we are Child's i.
We believe in creating a supportive and respectful place where people are passionate about making a positive difference to the lives of youth with lived experience of care, children and families from many different backgrounds in Uganda. We encourage applications from people across all communities. We are committed to ensuring that our people and our services reflect the diversity of the communities we serve and applications from people from under-represented groups are particularly welcomed.
An exciting new opportunity for a Fundraising Officer to help us drive our ambition forward. The role will be home based with some meetings in London.
The Fundraising Officer will work closely with the CEO, Grants and Strategic Partnerships Manager, and other teams across Child’s i Foundation to achieve the fundraising targets associated with Child’s i's plans, objectives and values.
The Fundraising Officer will help deliver our fundraising campaigns, challenge and supporter events, and assist on specific fundraising audiences to raise as much money as possible.
- Develop and manage regular and exciting fundraising appeals, challenge events and supporter events to maximise income and meet fundraising targets (both new donor acquisition and existing donor retention).
- Develop excellent supporter journeys, fundraising resources, and stewardship communications to maximise supporter numbers, retention and engagement.
- Support the Communications team with the development of multi-channel marketing communications, visual and written content and fundraising collateral.
- Maintain a high level accuracy on our CRM system Salesforce to capture both donor and donation information and key data contributing to the development and implementation of fundraising processes.
- Monitor and report on key fundraising performance indicators, and pipeline development against income projections.
- Communicate proactively and effectively with the team in the UK and global to follow up on leads, cultivate strong relationships and maximise fundraising income through all channels.
- Contribute to the development of fundraising strategies and budgeting.
- Follow sector best practice on fundraising.
- Safeguard and protect vulnerable adults and children in accordance with Child’s i Foundations Policies and Procedures at all times.
- Demonstrate and uphold Child’s i foundation’s commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.
- Identify your own personal learning and development needs and seek opportunities to address them.
- A successful track record of meeting fundraising income and supporter number targets.
- Experience of using CRM systems to deliver a fundraising programme.
- Experience of developing fundraising collateral for campaigns and events.
- Information sharer, operating and communicating as a team player who enjoys collaborating with and learning from others.
- Effective interpersonal skills, developing productive working relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders and adopting a collaborative working approach.
- Commitment to and enthusiasm for the aims and objectives of the organisation and positively and proactively represent and advocate for Child’s i Foundation’s vision.
- Excellent written and spoken English and high level of numeracy.
- An eye for detail.
- Strong time management and organisational skills.
- Excellent Microsoft Office skills, particularly Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
- The role requires travel to and within London for meetings at least twice a month.
- Knowledge of international development and the issues involved in poverty and inequality in sub-Saharan Africa.
- An understanding of Child protection, social care and social policies relating to Care reform and a desire to learn more.
- At Child’s i Foundation we value diversity and we are committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone is able to be themselves and to reach their full potential. The statements in the person specification are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and skills required for this position.
- Child’s i Foundation is an equal opportunities employer.
- This role is open to UK residents only.
- We will actively consider flexible working arrangements.
Closing date: 20th July. We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis so we reserve the right to close this vacancy when we are in receipt of sufficient applications. Should you wish to apply for this post you are advised to submit your application as soon as possible.
How to apply: Applications should include a CV (max 3 pages) and a one page cover letter stating how you meet each requirement and why you are interested in the role.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Individual Giving Manager
Location: Home-based, with occasional travel to London and Lingfield
Salary: £36,964 (full time salary) (£29,971 pro rata, based on 30 hours per week)
Permanent, Part-time, 30 hours per week
Closing Date: 12th July 2022
Young Epilepsy is the only UK charity dedicated to creating better lives for children and young people with epilepsy and related conditions.
We provide world-class diagnosis, assessment and rehabilitation for children and young people with epilepsy and also undertake research into the condition and how it can be treated.
We offer a range of support and information for parents, children and young people and training for professionals. Additionally, we also campaign for better access to, and quality of, health and education services, and to raise awareness and increase understanding of epilepsy.
Are you looking for a new challenge or want to take the next step in your fundraising career? This role is a fantastic opportunity for an aspiring individual to grow and develop their fundraising and management skills.
The Individual Giving Manager role is a new and exciting position at Young Epilepsy. Your key focus will be leading multi-channel fundraising campaigns across both acquisition and retention to help deliver long-term, sustainable income and grow the size of the supporter base.
You will develop and implement audience-focused fundraising campaigns taking a data led approach and ensuring excellent supporter experience is at the heart of everything you do.
You will be working with agencies and in house teams to maximise income from a range of new and existing initiatives including cash appeals, in memory giving, regular giving, e-commerce, digital fundraising, lead generation and gaming.
Passionate about supporter experience, you will design and deliver segmented donor journeys and oversee the development of first-class supporter stewardship to maximise opportunities and increase loyalty.
What we need from you
We are seeking a positive, motivated & pro-active individual in order to help us continue to grow support from individuals.
You will have a proven track record of generating income growth from individuals and delivering against financial targets.
You will enjoy project management and have direct marketing experience across traditional channels such as post, phone and digital channels including using social media, website and email.
You will enjoy building and strengthening a variety of relationships, so excellent communication skills are an essential quality for this role.
·Access to coworking space WeWork in London Bridge with onsite coffee, bike access and events
·27 days annual leave plus 8 days Bank Holidays (pro rata if part time)
·Flexible and home working opportunities
·Occupational pension scheme
·Health Insurance Plans (Optional)
·Gym membership options (on and off-site)
·Perkbox, giving you access to nationwide discounts and benefits
·Opportunities for career progression
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check will be required.
Young Epilepsy strives to employ people that reflect the community it serves; therefore, applications from minority groups and people with disabilities are particularly welcomed.
Young Epilepsy is the operating name of the National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy. Registered Charity No: 311877 (England and Wales).
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.