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You’re a people person and can quickly adapt to a environments with a diverse range of people.
Naturally upbeat/positive attitude and enjoy taking on a challenge.
Building sound relationships with others is in your nature and you’re driven to bring groups of people together through a cause you care about.
Ambitious and motivated to lead a team of people.
Having a degree in a relevant field such as business, marketing, media of PR can give you a competitive advantage but isn’t a necessity. Employers often focus on your experience more than formal qualifications.
A Fundraising specific qualification, such as those run by the Institute of Fundraising.
Working with communities and leading projects that have generated income for fundraising.
Having worked towards KPIs within the charity or business sector and contributed to successfully meeting objectives.
Experience of developing networks and recruiting volunteers. Formin, nurturing and maintaining relationships with individuals and groups to lead events.
Develop and deliver plans for local fundraising activities including: third party Charity led events, volunteer groups and associations.
Identify opportunities to start working with local communities and develop community fundraising initiative.
Actively recruit volunteers and develop their involvement in community fundraising initiatives by providing support, management and keeping them motivated.
Ensuring that fundraising activities are implemented in line with the charity’s national strategy.