London Youth is looking for an outstanding candidate to join our fundraising team as Corporate Partnerships Manager.
In our values-led and collaborative charity, you’ll be joining the small but effective fundraising team, which has brought in around £3m a year from trusts and foundations, and corporate partnerships.
In the last two years, our income from corporate sources has increased substantially, with three new six-figure partnerships. We now have an exciting maternity cover opportunity for a corporate fundraising specialist to join and add value to the fundraising team. This role encompasses both new business development and account management. We’re looking for someone who is as excited by the prospect of ‘closing’ the deal, as they are by safeguarding our crucial current partnerships.
London Youth embraces equality, diversity and inclusion. We are committed to the ongoing development and building of a team that values and represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives and skills.
We value employee wellbeing and promote healthy work-life balance initiatives and proposals.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are seeking a passionate and results driven fundraiser to help us generate income in order to deliver our new strategy.
If you are an enthusiastic professional with experience of sourcing and managing substantial corporate partnerships there couldn’t be a better time to join Compton Care. We are going through a period of growth and have some very exciting future plans to help us reach our goals.
Our Corporate Fundraiser will play a big part in ensuring the success of our new strategy by helping to develop a range of activities and engagement tools aimed at our corporate supporters to achieve income targets as well as offering excellent supporter care.
- To work with the Corporate and Trusts Partnerships Manager to develop and implement the Corporate Fundraising Strategy in order to significantly grow corporate income through a range of work streams such as partnerships, payroll giving, sponsorship and cause related marketing.
- Achieve an agreed income target and work with the Corporate and Trusts Partnerships Manager to seek out new opportunities developing new initiatives and toolkits to exceed those targets where possible.
- Organise a range of specific corporate events to increase acquisition of contacts and increase brand profile
- To develop and maintain an excellent corporate volunteering programme, offering volunteering opportunities that meet the needs of Compton and Corporate partners.
- Act as a key ambassador for Compton Care. Develop relationships within the business community, establishing links and raising awareness of Compton’s vision and mission. This will involve being a member of business networks where appropriate and in agreement with line manager.
We are looking for a passionate corporate fundraiser with at least 2 years’ experience who can evidence their ability to achieve income targets through successful acquiring and managing partnerships with businesses. You will be used to reporting on financial performance and evaluating the success of projects and campaigns. You will need to provide our supporters with gold standard care and have excellent communication skills. You should have strong IT (including database) skills and a good eye for detail. The successful candidate will be highly organised and able to handle a busy and varied workload.
Interested applicants should be able to evidence how they meet the criteria outlined in the job description and person specification.
Closing Date: 4 October 2019
Fundraising Manager - Coventry and Warwickshire
Fixed Term (Until 30 June 2020 - Covering Secondment)
£26,500 - £31,000 + car allowance + benefits
Are you positive and results-driven with an impressive track record in fundraising, sales or marketing?
Why do we ask? Because one in three people will develop cancer in their lifetime and it’s our aim to raise enough funds to be there for each and every one of them. Regional fundraising already generates over £40m a year across the UK, but we need someone like you to help us raise much more and encourage more people to take part in what we do.
The candidates we are looking for will be experienced in working with and supporting fundraising groups and individuals, confident working independently, equipped with a strategic mindset, focus, drive and enthusiasm, as well as excellent communication and relationship building skills. You will be adept at planning and prioritising to meet the multiple calls on your time. Using all these skills and traits, you'll create and implement an innovative plan - one that maximises our impact in your area and delivers strategic financial and non-financial objectives through a network of local supporters and volunteers.
You'll be part of our ambition to inspire millions to get involved in reaching and improving the lives of people affected by cancer. As Fundraising Manager for Coventry and Warwickshire you would work with local supporters including individuals, community groups, volunteers and media contacts to raise awareness of our vital work and how each supporter can make a difference. You would support people to maximise their fundraising and recognise the difference that they are helping to make for people affected by cancer.
In return for your hard work and impressive results, we commit to actively developing you and our benefits include private medical insurance, life assurance, pension, generous leave, and interest free loans for season tickets and gym membership.
Macmillan’s Fundraising Managers are home-workers who travel extensively within the defined geographical area for their role. You must have a full UK driving licence at the time of application and the work will also require some unsocial and out of hours working. A car allowance is provided. There will be a requirement for flexible working to support evening and weekend events: you will be compensated for this with time off in lieu.
You may have experience of the following: Sales Manager, Regional Fundraiser, Corporate Fundraiser, New Business Manager, Area Sales Manager, Business Development Manager, Marketing Manager, Key Account Manager, Client Relations Manager.
If you are shortlisted, you will first be asked to record a video interview. You will be shown several questions on screen and record your answers into your webcam. If you are successful at this stage, you will then be invited to a face-to-face interview on 10th October.
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Please submit your application as soon as possible as we reserve the right to change the closing date of our vacancies.
We aim to encourage a culture where people can be themselves and be valued for their strengths so we seek to attract and employ the best people from the widest talent pool, reflecting the diverse nature of our society.
We will support you throughout the recruitment process with any reasonable adjustments required in accordance with the Equality Act. Please contact the Recruitment Team if you require support.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic, experienced and motivated Trust Fundraising Manager to join our Fundraising team.
The successful candidate will raise and maximise income from, and build relationships with Trusts, Foundations and Grant making bodies to achieve agreed annual income targets. The successful candidate will research identify and proactively drive engagement with Trusts, Grant Making Bodies and Foundations to ensure an annual schedule of successful applications are made.
This is a great opportunity for an individual who is target driven, innovative and proactive to work within the charity sector where you will be responsible for working to and achieving agreed existing annual plans and budgets by using Trusts, Foundations and Grant making bodies to drive funding for St Luke’s service delivery.
The ideal candidate will have the ability to initiate, deliver and manage multiple applications and have significant experience in researching managing delivering and writing compelling applications as well as having strong influencing skills.
An excellent understanding of budgeting and financial management is essential along with a track record of achieving financial targets and excellent verbal and written communication skills.
You should be able to demonstrate an ability to be highly organised with good priorisation skills, and the ability to manage and deliver multiple projects with a high degree of attention to detail and a positive professional attitude.
To develop a strong Trust strategy that maximises income and offers the opportunity to drive strong relationships with Trusts, Foundations and Grant making bodies to achieve agreed annual income targets.
Research, identify and create an annual schedule of applications to Trusts, Foundations and Grant making bodies that will achieve agreed annual income targets.
Proactively drive engagement with Trusts, Foundations and Grant making bodies through their trustees and administrators, engaging St Luke’s contacts to provide support with relationship development where appropriate.
Write and submit applications in line with annual schedule and where additional opportunities have been identified. Ensure clear and compelling messages are delivered with a strong call for support.
Maintain on-going research of trusts and foundations to identify new opportunities for raising funds.
Maintain awareness of development in Trust and Foundation fundraising.
Maintain awareness of other charity initiatives and company activities both locally and nationally that may influence St Luke’s corporate fundraising activity.
Build strong, sustainable relationships with Trusts and Grant making bodies.
Work closely with staff from other departments to develop projects and supporting information to ensure success in raising funds from Trusts, Foundations and Grant making bodies.
Work closely with and influence senior volunteers, trustees and supporters to assist with the introduction to and cultivation of new Trust relationships.
Liaise with staff in other departments, whose projects have attracted external funding, to ensure appropriate monitoring of activities is taking place to provide reports to Trusts as required.
Liaise with the Finance Department to provide financial information to support applications to Trusts and to fulfil their funding reporting requirements.
Develop knowledge and understanding of Trust, Foundations and Grant making bodies with relevant staff across the organisation to ensure opportunities to apply and generate income are maximised.
Working in conjunction with the Communications team, to ensure that media coverage of successful external funding and any relevant activity is maximised.
In consultation with the Fundraising and Communications team, develop materials and products to support the delivery of Trust Fundraising.
Work specifically with the 50th Anniversary Project Lead on strong trust and grant bids applicable to the 50th year celebrations.
The post holder will
Maximise all opportunities to promote activities and raise income by working closely with all team members and adopting an integrated approach to fundraising.
Contribute to the annual business planning for the fundraising department by developing and producing detailed plans of activity including budget forecasts for trust fundraising.
Provide regular reports on activity and budgets to the Senior Fundraising Manager.
Maintain accurate and thorough records of research, contacts, relationships and activities with trusts and individuals associated with them, using RE7 to evidence this.
Work closely with the Supporter Experience team to provide monthly progress reports, using RE7.
Maintain a working knowledge of charity legislation, ensuring that the campaigns are conducted using best practice including GDPR.
Identify opportunities and challenges that may arise and propose appropriate action.
Act as the point of contact for all trusts fundraising information and activity, for internal and external stakeholders.
Create, develop and manage policy and procedures required for the delivery of trust fundraising.
Attend National Association of Hospice Fundraisers meetings, as appropriate.
Represent St Luke’s at public events and activities as well as supporting the team at annual fundraising events and any other duties to support Income Generations Programme.
Maintain compliance with all current and relevant legislation.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
If so, you could be the Fundraising Products Development Manager we need.
About the role
In this job you'll manage the development of community fundraising tools and products across multiple audiences which inspire people to fundraise for the BHF. You'll work closely with a network of field based fundraisers to ensure we grow income and put our supporters at the heart of everything we do.
Our Community Fundraising Products team develops and manages fundraising activities and campaigns such as Heart of Steel, schools fundraising products and in memory tribute funds.
We rely on the generosity of individuals and organisations to fund our life saving research, and we know that there is still much potential to develop the many and varied ways that supporters can help us reach this vision by fundraising for the BHF. If you are driven by the possibilities of this area of fundraising, join us to help beat heartbreak forever.
We're looking for someone with experience in developing engaging journeys and a clear understanding of audience journey planning and engagement.
You'll have managed substantial income generation projects from start to finish and you'll also have:
* Experience of creating a strategy, managing integrated direct marketing campaigns across media channels, including print, digital advertising, email and social media
* Excellent written and verbal communication skills, able to write effective copy tailored to different channels and present them to a variety of stakeholders
* Good analytical and numerical skills with the ability to report on datasets and make informed decisions and suggestions for campaign/event progress
Enthusiastic and personable you'll be able to engage others when talking about a campaign or event, this could be other members of staff or the general public. You'll also have strong organisational skills with the ability to manage a changing workload to tight deadlines.
In return we offer a generous benefits package including flexible working, healthcare cover, dental plan, subsidised gym membership and substantial annual leave.
Everyone who works at the British Heart Foundation is part of something bigger - a mission to beat heartbreak from the world's biggest killers. Heart and circulatory diseases still kill 1 in 4 people in the UK and that's heartbreak on a scale we simply don't accept. Across our offices and stores, we are helping fund research that saves lives. If that's a mission that inspires you, and you have the skills we need, you could be the Fundraising Products Manager - In Memory Giving we're looking for.
How to apply
To apply for this role please use the apply button below. Our process involves submitting your CV and a supporting statement, which should outline your interest and explain how you meet the role criteria.
Early application is encouraged as we will review applications throughout the advertising period and reserve the right to close the advert early.
British Heart Foundation recognises and respects the value and diversity of all.
ABOUT THE ECONOMIST FOUNDATION
We are a fast-growing charity that uses the journalistic expertise at The Economist newspaper to develop young people’s news literacy.
What we do: We enable inspiring discussions about the news in schools. We give teachers educational news content, resources and training so they can have lively conversations with their students about current affairs. We also bring together schools from different communities for discussions with each other and leading global experts on the issues, using an innovative online platform.
Why we do it: By joining these discussions, young people build news literacy: the knowledge, skills and confidence to make up their own minds about current affairs. This can make a real difference to a young person’s life: news literacy is hugely valuable socially, in education, the workplace and beyond. We prioritise reaching disadvantaged and marginalised young people in a diverse range of communities.
Our impact: Young people in our core programme, the Burnet News Club, make on average 133% more progress than control group students in news literacy skills including reasoning, healthy scepticism and open-mindedness. More than nine out of ten teachers tell us the programme improves their teaching practice.
Why now: We live in an age of political uncertainty, major global challenges, misinformation and one-sided debates. It is ever more important to understand what’s really happening in the world, but it is becoming harder to do that. News literacy is increasingly seen as a priority in education, business and politics. We're excited about the opportunity this presents to grow our impact, and we have ambitious plans to do this in the coming two years. This new role is essential for delivering our growth plans.
Our story so far: We are very ambitious about growth, but we're building on a strong track record. The Foundation was set up by our Chief Executive from inside The Economist in 2012. Since then, our core programme has achieved national scale and is running in over 80 schools across the UK, reaching 1,600 young people every week. We have generated growing income from diverse sources including leading trusts, foundations and companies. We are actively engaged with the news literacy community, speaking at events internationally and giving input to the Fair Education Alliance, News Literacy Network and parliamentary inquiries.
ABOUT THE ROLE
A new role to enable our ambitious growth plans
We have a bold strategy to scale up our work. Our vision is for it to become common in UK state schools to have high-quality discussions about the news, both within classrooms and with other schools in different communities and countries.
In 2019 - 2021, we plan to make strides towards this vision by doubling the size of our core programme, reaching many thousands more young people with new programmes and beginning to work internationally. In April, we piloted a project which involved schools in Europe, North America, Australia and Argentina.
This role is an exciting opportunity to be directly responsible for enabling this growth, building on our success so far and realising the potential of our strong brand and existing relationships. Our funders and partners to date have included leading foundations, law firms, consultancies and financial institutions.
You will report directly to the Chief Executive and together with her you will lead the development and delivery of our fundraising strategy.
This is a full time role, or it could be four days per week (salary pro-rata) for the right candidate.
Working closely with the Chief Executive, and receiving support from her where needed, you will:
1. (50%) Generate new funding and partnership opportunities to secure five-figure donations.
- Research and identify the right organisations and people to reach out to.
- Make new connections with trusts, foundations and companies.
- Represent the charity at high-level events, and identify opportunities to do so.
- Organise events or experiences to support cultivation progress.
- Design bespoke partnership proposals.
- Apply for grants from trusts and foundations.
- Influence and negotiate to secure new partnerships and donations.
2. (30%) Oversee existing partnerships and donor relationships to maintain and grow long-term support.
- Steward relationships with partners and funders, keeping them engaged and feeling appreciated.
- Project-manage partnerships, maintaining excellent communication.
- Put together high-quality and timely reports for trusts and foundations.
3. (15%) Help to develop the Foundation’s fundraising strategy, embed a culture of fundraising and drive a focus on growth across the organisation.
4. (5%) Help to grow our profile.
- Ensure that our communications activities are effective in engaging new supporters, partners and schools.
- Secure opportunities for the Foundation to be represented at events and in influential conversations relevant to our work.
Skills, attributes and experience
- Passion for fundraising. You are energised by making things happen and seeing a plan through to the end. You enjoy connecting people with a cause, you’re bold enough to ask for support and you aren’t disheartened when an application doesn’t succeed.
- Experience writing proposals / pitching / applying for grants to secure donations of at least five figures. Experience securing donations from a range of sources, including individual philanthropists, grant-making organisations or companies, is desirable.
- Ability to think critically and creatively to solve problems.
- Exceptionally strong communicator: able to listen and build rapport. You are able to generate trust in you and the Foundation’s work, and persuade people to give support.
- Excellent organisational and time management skills: able to stay on top of multiple, varied projects and relationships. Adept at balancing short-term demands with longer-term goals.
- Experience planning and managing successful projects and partnerships.
- The drive, adaptability and initiative to move conversations forward and close them. Proven track record turning ideas into actions and outcomes. Able to work collaboratively but also in a self-directed way.
- Passion for our mission and helping us to grow.
- Teamwork: you take ownership of your work and you enjoy working collaboratively and contributing to a supportive team.
- Experience of the charity sector and / or the UK education system is desirable.
This role involves working with young people, so you will be required to have a DBS check (which we will organise).
ENJOY THE ADVANTAGES OF A SMALL, FRIENDLY CHARITY WITHIN A LARGER BUSINESS
The Economist Foundation is an independent charity that sits within The Economist but also works quite separately.
As we’re a small organisation, we can test and implement new ideas quickly, and every member of staff has a significant impact on our work and direction. We’re an informal and very friendly team. We make each other lots of cups of tea and we like finding excuses for social activities, which have included walking tours and museum trips, mini golf and ice-skating. We work hard but also flexibly, and some of us use that flexibility to be involved with other projects outside of work, from volunteering to film-making.
The Foundation was named by Escape the City as one of The Escape 100: Best Companies to Escape to in 2019.
At the same time, we have the advantages of a larger company. There are excellent benefits at The Economist Group, including a very good pension plan (the company will contribute up to 11%), private medical insurance, gym discounts and much more. There are plenty of opportunities to learn from the expertise in the company. There is a formal mentoring scheme and a good training programme, and the Foundation works closely with senior colleagues in the editorial team as well as many other parts of the business.
We’re supported by a global media brand which is becoming ever more valued in an uncertain world.
We welcome applications from candidates from all backgrounds. We know that diversity within an organisation makes it stronger. And we know that maximising our impact depends on reaching and supporting young people, and teachers, from all backgrounds. So we deeply value diversity in all respects, including age, cultural identity, race, colour, ethnic origin, national origin, gender, religious beliefs, disability, class or sexual orientation. We are passionate about continually improving our understanding of barriers to diversity and inclusion, and finding ways to overcome these in everything we do.
We are recruiting for a dedicated, passionate Corporate Fundraising Manager to deliver our corporate fundraising strategy through securing new partnerships and developing existing relations to bring in vital income for our charity so we can save and improve more lives.
You will play a pivotal role in all aspects of our corporate fundraising strategy, approaching, pitching and developing relationships with companies across the UK.
To succeed in this role, the post holder should demonstrate a creative, personable but professional approach to fundraising. You will possess strong business development skills and will be able to manage relationships with corporate supporters of all sizes. This is an exciting opportunity for a creative, confident and persuasive fundraising communicator to take to make a huge impact on the lives of those affected by autism, epilepsy and disability and the growth of an amazing charity.
In return for your efforts you will receive a competitive salary and staff benefits such as stakeholder pension scheme entitlement and private health care.
Corporate fundraising specialist to join this London based youth charity to maximise income from the corporate sector.
Corporate Fundraising Manager - Up to £40,500 - London
One of the oldest global youth charities and indeed the largest, our client helps transform communities, ensuring all young people have a sense of belonging and a place where they can thrive. Reporting to the head of strategic partnerships, this is an excellent opportunity for you to take a lead role in the development and delivery of the corporate fund raising function.
As Corporate Fund raising Manager you will be responsible for delivering an agreed income target through the establishment and growth of the Corporate Partnerships programme. You will develop and account manage new and existing corporate supporters and provide guidance and advice to local branches re fund raising through corporate partnerships.
Your responsibilities will include:
- Developing and implementing the Corporate fund raising strategy to increase the income and value from existing and potential Corporate supporters
- Developing insight and knowledge about prospective Corporate partners through detailed research to obtain relevant information that can contribute to proposals, applications, relationship strategies and communications
- Gaining in-depth knowledge and understanding of the complexities of work in order to inform the potential for regional and national Corporate partnerships.
To be successful in this role as Corporate Fundraising Manager you will have excellent commercial awareness (and a cv to prove it), strong strategic skills and the ability to spot an opportunity.
You will also have:
- Outstanding track record in achieving excellent income from corporate partners
- Extensive experience of creating engaging cultivation opportunities and funding propositions to engage prospective funders
- Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to develop relationships, negotiate, persuade and influence others
- Excellent knowledge of the regulations and legal implications around charity/corporate partnerships
If this is sounding like the Corporate Fundraising Manager role for you, APPLY NOW! All applications will get a response.
Corporate Fundraising Manager - Up to £40,500 - London
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TPP are currently supporting one of the largest and leading youth charities in the UK with their search for a Corporate Partnerships Manager.
An excellent organisation to be a part of, you will take the lead on corporate fundraising for the charity. Winning new business and managing key accounts, this position is all about developing truly strategic partnerships and focusing on the wider picture beyond just income.
Working closely with the Head of Strategic Partnerships, you will implement and create strategy to form these partnerships successfully.
Ideal for someone who is keen to be hands on within a corporate fundraising role and who wants to bring new ideas to the table, this is an excellent opportunity to have career progression and grow a team of your own.
To be successful in this role, you will have:
- Proven experience of corporate fundraising
- Confidence in both winning new business and managing these relationships
- The ability to work collaboratively, but also autonomously
- Experience of working with six figure budgets
How to apply:
Closing date - 30th September
If this could be of interest to you then please apply today or to find out more information send your CV and contact details through to TPP Recruitment.
TITLE OF POST: Corporate Fundraising Manager
RESPONSIBLE TO: Head of Programmes
RESPONSIBLE FOR: Fundraising and stewardship from the Corporate Sector, high net worth
donors and individual givers, in line with the organisation’s strategic plan.
Salary: £30,000- £33,000 per annum (depending on experience)
Location: The Stephen Lawrence Centre, Deptford, London SE8 4HU
The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust is a small charity dedicated to improving the lives of young people and communities from disadvantaged and under-represented backgrounds.
Through our portfolio of high-impact programmes we:
- Work with young people from disadvantaged backgrounds aged 13 to 30 to inspire and enable them to succeed in the career of their choice.
- Empower individuals and communities to create better places for people to live and work.
- Support people to create a fairer society in which everyone, regardless of their background, can flourish
Over the last two years, we have undergone an exciting journey to move from being London-focused to having national reach and presence through Stephen Lawrence Day and a developing a fundraising portfolio that includes Individual Giving, Events & Community Fundraising, Corporate Partnerships and Trusts & Foundations. We are looking for a dynamic and experienced Corporate Fundraising Manager to join the team and help us along our journey to achieving further growth.
Key skills / experience / abilities
- Minimum 4 years fundraising experience, ideally across a variety of income streams including corporate, community, individual giving or event fundraising
- Proven track record of building relationships with high value supporters and an understanding of stewardship best practice
- Experience in creating and reviewing budgets and tracking and reporting on income
- Knowledge of the wider fundraising sector
- A self-starter who is happy to work independently and prioritise own workload
- Excellent communication skills
- Strong organisational skills
- Ability to see the bigger picture without losing sight of details
- A positive attitude and willingness to get stuck into tasks at a variety of different levels
- Understanding of and empathy for the work of the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust
- Lead and manage the growth and development of the Trust’s corporate and individual income by maintaining existing and developing new relationships with companies and individuals
- Pro-actively responding to opportunities for support, ensuring you have a holistic view about how to best maximise each relationship and activity
- Ensure existing and new relationships are stewarded effectively to secure long-term support for the Trust
- To manage the relationship with the Trust’s Ambassadors, providing outstanding supporter care and maximise fundraising opportunities
- To lead on the roll out of the Friendship scheme, ensuring all necessary materials are developed and undertaking marketing activity to recruit members
- To further develop the corporate fundraising strategy, ensuring income from existing partners is maximised and building a pipeline of new partners
- To identify opportunities for income-generating activity by pitching for new external high third-party fundraising and partnership opportunities
- To ensure the new SLCT database (Donorfy) is utilised and used appropriately
- To work with the CEO and Head of Programmes to develop annual fundraising plans and targets
- To lead and manage all corporate fundraising activities of the organization
- To maintain and develop relationships with key funders and donors through face-to-face contact, telephone and written communication
- To develop engaging and high-quality materials and effective processes to help with thanking and stewarding supporters
- To support the maintenance of the Trust’s website, ensuring it contains high quality content that accurately reflects opportunities for supporting the charity
- To support on the successful delivery of Stephen Lawrence Day, identifying opportunities to generate income from the campaign and ensuring it’s messaging is amplified as widely as possible
- To identify and research new sources of funding within the corporate sector
- Develop and manage relationships with existing and new donors in order to maximise fundraising potential and supporter retention.
- To work with the Built Environment officer to help shape the proposition for Building Futures partners ensuring the programme deliver maximum return for the Trust
- To manage a calendar of events and scheduled fundraising activities throughout the year that helps to generate a steadily growing unrestricted income stream.
- To ensure that a response is made in a timely and appropriate manner to all donor enquiries with clear understanding of how to maximise their support
- To liaise with the Chief Executive, Head of Programmes, External Partners and Trustees to explore new funding opportunities in order to maximise voluntary income.
- To research, prepare and submit funding proposals, e.g charity of the year, probono support including agreed outcomes and budgets, in consultation with service delivery staff, finance and other staff, where appropriate.
- To manage all advertising and marketing associated with fundraising, including digital communications (together with communications colleagues)
- To oversee one direct report to support on all fundraising activities
- To manage the fundraising budget, including planning, phasing and forecasting in line with the organisation’s financial procedures
- To oversee weekly financial report pulling and coding of income
- To work with Head of Finance to develop and refine appropriate financial processes in order to effectively track income
- To prepare regular internal updates on performance against income generation targets
- To report to donors on the impact of our work and the important role they are playing in supporting this
- To lead on maintaining the SLCT database (Donorfy), ensuring it’s used appropriately
- To ensure that accurate records of all supporter activity are tracked effectively
- To maintain accurate and up to date records of all funding opportunities, appeals, approaches, donor contacts and coverage.
- To attend supervisions, team meetings and other meetings, as and when required.
- To attend internal and external training courses, as agreed with your line manager.
- To represent the organization at internal and external events including networking events, fundraising events and launch activities, as and when required, occasionally on evenings and weekends.
- To adhere to the Institute of Fundraising Code of Practice, Charity Law, Health & Safety Law, GDPR and other relevant legislative requirements.
- To undertake any other duties that may be reasonably required.
Deadline for applications: 10th October
We may interview suitable applicants before the closing date.
Chance to Shine is a national children’s charity. We give young people the opportunity to play, learn and develop through cricket. We keep them physically active, teach them vital skills like teamwork, communication and leadership. And above all, they have fun!
Chance to Shine coaches inspire children and teachers in state schools and disadvantaged communities. We work with half a million children each year - nearly half of them are girls.
Street cricket sessions are fast, fun and loud. They take place in the heart of communities all across the country, anywhere from a housing estate to a sports hall - and all year round.
We’re really passionate about what we do but we’re ambitious and we want to do more.
The Fundraising Team is tasked with securing new partners and donors and the stewardship of existing supporters across a range of funding streams: corporate, events, trusts and foundations, individuals, and statutory funding to support the delivery of Chance to Shine programmes.
This is an exciting time to be joining the fundraising team with 2019 being a record fundraising year. In recent months we have worked with Charities Aid Foundation to develop a 5-year fundraising strategy and identify key areas for strategic investment. One of the key growth areas is within corporate partnerships where we see great potential to build on a strong foundation of support.We currently have high value, multi-year partnerships with NatWest and Yorkshire Tea and are seeking a candidate who will support ambitions to develop further strategic partnerships through both sponsorships and CSR donations.
You will be based at the Oval with a view of the pitch from the office!
Purpose of the role
The role of the Corporate Partnerships Manager is to maximise income for Chance to Shine from corporate partnerships both through corporate sponsorships and CSR relationships. The role will primarily:
- Manage high value corporate partnerships across sponsorship and CSR, developing and delivering long-term strategy to embed Chance to Shine within corporate partner marketing, sponsorship and CSR plans.
- Develop and deliver a new business strategy to secure new high value, multi-year strategic partnerships.
- To lead on governance relating to corporate partnerships including developing and managing budgets and commercial contracts.
Applications close: 5pm Monday 30th September 2019
Interviews: 1st Interview date Tuesday 8th October
To apply: Please send your CV and covering letter. Unfortunately we can only respond to those who are invited to interviews. Thank you for your interest.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Community, Corporate and Events Fundraiser
Home/Field Based (Covering London and surrounding counties)
The Fire Fighters Charity is the organisation that supports the mental, physical and social needs of the members of the UK Fire and Rescue Service community. We recognise that no two people requesting our support do so for the same reason and tailor our service to achieve the best results for each of our beneficiaries.
When the rescuers need it the most, we rescue them.
We’re now looking for a Community, Corporate and Events Fundraiser to join our team and work across London and the surrounding counties to support our charitable income generation.
- Salary of £32,548 per annum
- £3,400 car allowance
- Attractive benefits package
- Flexible working options
- A rewarding role helping the everyday heroes of the UK fire and rescue services community
If you are a fundraising professional looking to give back to the emergency service community, this is an incredible opportunity to support everyday heroes and build community and corporate engagement with an amazing cause.
Alongside developing your career, you’ll have the chance to inspire our community and help us generate the income we need to realise our ambitions and help more people into the future.
So, if you are looking for outstanding job satisfaction as well as the chance to get out and take on a hands-on fundraising role, this is the position you’ve been waiting for. Apply today.
As a Community, Corporate and Events Fundraiser, you’ll be the face of our fundraising effort throughout London and the surrounding areas.
You’ll be involved in all aspects of fundraising and events, co-ordinating and supporting initiatives, generating ideas and making sure the people, stations and offices meet and beat their annual fundraising targets.
Specifically, you will:
- Familiarise yourself with your local fire and rescue services
- Offer a full range of ideas to engage with local communities
- Maximise fundraising from every event and initiative
- Engage with the widest range of stakeholders
- Support and inspire fire and rescue service volunteers
- Build and maintain vital links between our charity and the services community
To be considered as a Community, Corporate and Events Fundraiser, you will need:
- Fundraising experience
- To be an excellent communicator with exceptional organisational skills and a ‘can do’ attitude
- Strong business and project planning skills
- The ability to multitask
- The ability to travel and commit to some out of hours working
Other organisations may call this role Fundraiser, Charity Fundraiser, Events Fundraiser, Community Fundraiser, Corporate Fundraiser, Community Engagement Fundraiser, Fundraising Officer, Fundraising Executive, Fundraising Co-ordinator or Community Fundraising Co-ordinator.
The closing date for applications is the 10th October 2019 with interviews scheduled for the 21st October 2019. We may close this role prior to the closing date if we receive a high volume of applicants.
For more information on the exciting work we do and this role, please visit our website.
The Charity is an Equal Opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all sections of the community. When recruiting our new team members, regardless of the role, we are looking for people who share our values to help us to achieve our strategic plan.
So, if you are ready for the next chapter in your career as a Community, Corporate and Events Fundraiser, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
We are looking for a Fundraising Lead to build and develop Dog A.I.D.’s income generation in accordance with the current organisational strategy. This support will include creating and managing sustainable unrestricted long-term funding from individuals, companies, community groups and other organisations, engaging with all supporters through a comprehensive programme of fundraising activities.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
A new role managing successful accounts and building new partnerships across several sectors.
This thriving youth charity is expanding their fundraising team to build on the great success they have achieved and to continue the service they provide to over 40,000 children.
This is an exciting position to take a leading role in their corporate fundraising team. You will be responsible for managing and stewarding a portfolio of existing accounts, while helping to build and cultivate a pipeline of support for future financial years, ensuring the long-term sustainability of the charity.
- Join a corporate team of four (including a Head of Partnerships), responsible for £1.35m collectively
- 50% account management – working with Morgan Stanley and Amazon, as well as several HR and sports agencies
- 50% new business – a constantly evolving pipeline, with a focus on working with more investment/banking companies
- However, they are very supportive of you building partnerships with any organisation you would like to (based on skills, network and interests)
- Proven experience in account management and/or new business corporate fundraising
- Ability to hit the ground running from the offset, while working collaboratively within a close-knit team
- A passion and appreciation for the charity and its work
- Outstanding presentation, negotiation and relationship-building skills
To apply for this role, please click Apply with Charityjob to submit your CV to Liam Huse at QuarterFive Fundraising Recruitment. If your experience is a good fit, we will send you a job description and arrange a briefing call or meeting that will provide you with all the information required to formally apply. QuarterFive aims to proactively support your job search, so we may also consider your details for other job vacancies to enable us to find a position that is most suitable for you.
THIS IS AN EXCITING ROLE FOR BOTH YOU AND US. WE ARE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE THAT WILL BE ABLE TO MAKE A SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION FOR THIS ANIMAL CHARITY. SOMEONE THAT WILL BE ABLE TO CHANGE THE LIVES OF ALL THE NEGLECTED, DAMAGED AND UNWANTED ANIMALS THAT THIS WONDERFUL SANCTUARY TAKES IN EVERY YEAR. SOMEONE THAT WILL FIND THE FUNDS TO ENSURE THAT WE CAN KEEP THIS CHARITY DOING THE GREAT THINGS THAT IT HAS DONE SINCE 2001. IF YOU HAVE THE DRIVE, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE, DONT MISS OUT ON THIS LIFE CHANGING POSITION.