Location: Lancashire, base to be agreed with successful applicant
Grade/Salary: £26,539 - £29,520 pro rata, depending on experience
Hours of Work: Flexible, 28 hours per week
Brief overview of the Position:
Responsibility for establishing and developing our major gifts and individual giving programmes to make a significant impact on the charity’s income from these sources. Develop relationships with individuals, agencies and corporates to generate productive partnerships for the charity including: sponsorship of services; donations of retail stock; pre-retirement course sales.
Assist in the development of a culture within Age UK Lancashire that engages the wider staff team in productive relationships with donors. Contribute to development of the charity’s wider fundraising function within this small, friendly, locally-focused business development team.
Main duties and
- Develop and implement a major donor and individual giving strategy for Age UK Lancashire. Systematically grow the charity’s network of long-term donors and benefactors, generating income to contribute to the charity’s ongoing sustainability.
- Personally develop and manage relationships with partners, donors and corporates.
- Identify and develop necessary systems and processes to support the growth of income from partners, donors and corporates. Using research tools create major donor profiles. Identify, research, approach and cultivate new and existing prospects.
- Working with the Director of Partnerships and Growth and other colleagues, identify suitable projects within the charity to build cases for support and wish lists for donors.
- Create tailored presentation materials to evidence need and personal, timely reports to evidence impact.
- Undertake meaningful donor care and stewardship of supporters, including individual donor care plans, written communications and reports, face-to-face meetings and a programme of visits.
- Secure income from major donors and corporates ensuring all parties are involved internally and externally and all are in full agreement with commitments on both sides.
- Build and develop cross organisation relationships to facilitate fundraising and strengthen the organisation’s understanding of major gifts and individual giving.
- Engage with colleagues, senior management, trustees and supporters to facilitate secure personal introductions and meetings with prospects and ensure the maximum income possible through joined up working.
- Work with the Director of Partnerships and Growth to develop to agree annual targets.
- Prepare regular fundraising reports for the Director of Partnerships and Growth.
- Ensure that fundraising activity adheres to fundraising best practice, the Fundraising Regulators code of practice and any relevant fundraising and data protection legal requirements.
- Maintain and develop the data capture requirements of fundraising on the charity’s CRM database in line with agreed protocols and procedures.
Summary of key attributes & Qualifications for role:
An individual who enjoys variety in fundraising to grow a charity with a very local identity and focus.
Be an experienced fundraiser or salesperson with a proven track record
Experience of working with high value donors
Enjoy working collaboratively with excellent people skills
Excellent relationship manager, highly pro-active, self-motivated and organised.
Main KPI’s / performance measured against:
Productive relationships developed with individuals and corporates
Income generated through major gifts, corporates and individual giving
Sales of pre-retirement courses
Meaningful and effective stewardship
The nature of the post will require travel across the area. A full driving licence, appropriate insurance cover and use of a car are essential.
For an informal discussion about the post please contact Alison Read, details can be found in the job pack on our website.
PLEASE NOTE WE DO NOT ACCEPT CV'S
Closing Date: 23rd September 2019 at 5pm (early applications welcome)
Interview date: 9th October 2019
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Trust and Foundations Officer
Safe Child Thailand
Reports to: Head of Development
Responsible for: Developing a portfolio of grant making trusts and foundations to help secure long-term growth in income
Term: 0.6 of a full time post, permanent
Based in: London, Clapham Common
Salary: £28,000 – 30,000 pa pro rata
Pension: Contributory pension scheme with 4% employer contribution
Annual Leave: 25 days holiday not including bank holidays pa, pro rata
Start date: As soon as possible
Application closes: 29th September 2019
About Safe Child Thailand
For over 35 years Safe Child Thailand has worked with the most vulnerable of children and their families living in Thailand. We have worked with a wide variety of partners working in the fields of residential care, education and child protection. Following an organisational review in May 2019 we have developed a new strategy providing the charity with new opportunities and ambitious goals. The Operational Strategy will focus on our new direction of Care Reform and over the next three years our key priorities will be: Building Our Capacity, Empowering Our Partners and Applying Our Learning. This is an exciting time for Safe Child Thailand and key to our future success is the need for a dynamic and creative Trust fundraiser to secure income for our charitable cause keeping children and their families safe in Thailand.
Who We Are Looking For
This position will be responsible for building the pipeline of grant making trusts and foundations, writing compelling proposals, successfully researching, cultivating and stewarding donors, and growing SCT’s support from trusts and foundations to meet ambitious fundraising targets.
The successful candidate will be an experienced Trust Fundraiser, who has excellent written and verbal communication skills and a strong track record of achieving targets. You must have a proven track record of successful bid writing and implementation of successful fundraising initiatives and processes for trusts and foundations. You will take the lead with bids up to £200,000. You will be a committed team member with a clear focus on objectives, highly motivated and able to work well under pressure. You will have a flair for relationship building as well as strong organisational skills. You will have empathy with the aims, objectives and activities of the charity.
You will have the skills to deliver increased income to support Safe Child Thailand’s work to safeguard at-risk children and empower them to reach their fullest potential.
Liaise with colleagues to develop a strong Trusts and Foundations ‘Case for Support’ which articulates priority work with identified timescales and budgets
Gather and consolidate intelligence on trust and foundation funding opportunities from a range of donors, including corporate foundations
Create, organise and deliver inspiring copy for a range of applications.
Ensure smooth co-ordination and relationship management
Build on existing relationships by providing accurate and informative reports which are delivered within deadlines and where appropriate, applications for repeat grants
Work collaboratively with Communications to assist with case studies for reports
Ensure all communication with Trusts and prospective donors is documented and accurately recorded.
Keep abreast of charity law and fundraising practice, ensuring compliance
Participate fully in the day-to-day work of the organisation, taking a flexible approach to fundraising and administrative tasks to support colleagues across the organisation.
Applicants for this position should be able to satisfy the following criteria:
1. Proven experience of successful bid writing from a range of sources, including trusts and foundations and other relevant sources
2. Proven ability to develop and implement successful fundraising initiatives and processes
3. Experience of researching funding opportunities
4. Knowledge of bid writing techniques
5. Track record of securing funding
Prepared for occasional travel to events and work outside of normal working hours.
Experience in a fundraising environment with experience of developing successful applications
Experience of writing compelling and successful fundraising proposals for Trusts and Foundations
A track record of achieving funding targets, either alone or as part of a team
Experience of strategising and developing donor relationships
Graduate level qualification or equivalent experience.
Country or regional knowledge relevant to the work of SCT
Sound understanding of international programming in a relevant field in developing countries
Experience of using logical frameworks, theory of change or similar proposal development tools
Some knowledge of at least one of the SCT’s key technical focus areas
Experience of using salesforce or similar CRM tools.
Excellent organisational and time-management skills with the ability to prioritise conflicting demands whilst maintaining accuracy and attention to detail
Project management skills to handle tasks and deadlines efficiently and effectively
Excellent communication skills, including the ability to produce concise and compelling project summaries and cases for support, with the ability to build and maintain relationships
Sound financial literacy (particularly understanding of budgeting and financial reporting processes)
Effective research, analytical and evaluation skills
Ability to as part of a flexible team and to contribute towards wider objectives.
How to Apply
If you would like to apply for this position, please click the apply button and attach your CV and Supporting Statement (No more than two sides of A4) addressing the Person Specification.
Interviews will take place in our office week commencing 7th October
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
UNICEF works for a world in which every child has a fair chance in life and it has helped save more children’s lives than any other humanitarian organisation. Impact on this scale requires significant and reliable funding, and UNICEF private sector fundraisers around the world work every day to provide this support.
This post manages, as well as sits, in the Digital Team, which is itself part of Individual Giving, based in Geneva. The team is at the heart of UNICEFs work, and the people recruited into these positions will act in support of national fundraising efforts in nearly 60 markets. Bring your extensive digital experience to us, and be part of the team that takes Private Sector Fundraising to the next level in UNICEF. Do so knowing the life changing impact that your work will have for millions of children across the world.
Purpose of Role
This role will provide strategic and tactical leadership to National Committees and country offices across all areas of digital fundraising and engagement, driving best practice with the ultimate aim of maximizing short and long term income for UNICEF from digital channels and platforms. The incumbent will be responsible for driving the growth and integration of digital fundraising and engagement in UNICEF and will provide vision and leadership for UNICEF in this fast-moving area.
Key business areas will be digital acquisition, retention and value maximization; pledge (monthly donors); one off cash giving; fundraising from individuals in emergencies; legacy marketing, support of global and market led digital campaigning, and through collaboration with corporate partners.
The incumbent will help accelerate the UNICEF network of markets and HQ on the creation of optimized portfolios, including paid digital media, social media, testing, and digital attribution and integration with traditional channels are examples of key areas of focus for this post. UNICEF aims to become an industry leader in the use of digital technologies to both support and drive its fundraising and digital engagement. In addition, the incumbent should have a profound understanding of how to create monetized value throughout the supporter journey and be able to provide guidance on global initiatives for National Committees and country offices.
Summary of key functions/accountabilities:
Manage the digital team
- Lead and manage the digital team in Geneva (currently 6 people) and make sure we reach our overall fundraising goals as well as our digital channel goals.
- Ensure continuous development of the team and their skillset.
Strategy and Planning
- Lead, monitor and continuously develop the global digital strategy for UNICEF’s fundraising and public engagement with supporters and donors.
- Ensure effective planning and strategic adjustments based on monitoring performance and the evolution of key performance indicators.
- Support the assessment, monitoring and evaluation of the performance of digital activities funded by Private Fundraising and Partnerships investment funds, and support markets and units with investment funds applications when digital is a core channel.
Specialists, Consultants and Agency management
- This role will be responsible for the management of a digital specialist’s team, as well as consultants working in different regions around the world.
- It will also involve the management of recruitment of staff and consultants.
- The manager will also manage procurement processes to secure the access to the right digital tools and creative agencies to work either locally or globally.
Direct market support
- In close collaboration with Market Development and Regional Support Centres, provide strategic guidance and technical support to UNICEF National Committees and country offices on digital strategies and optimize digital programs. This includes the development of a set of digital activities to drive the growth of digital income in priority UNICEF fundraising markets.
- Identify suitable programs for investment from Private Fundraising and Partnerships.
- Advise on global investment allocation and support the development of investment applications, as well as the subsequent implementation and monitoring of these programs.
- Coordinate multi-market tests. Support countries to develop their business cases and investment applications. Monitor results and reporting, and test projected new markets fundraising tests centrally.
Driving best in class fundraising
- Lead UNICEF’s work on digital attribution, dash boarding and benchmarking to ensure that the utilization of investment and reporting of results in digital fundraising is accurate and strategic.
- Closely monitor digital performance across markets to identify UNICEF’s greatest opportunities for digital income growth to help guide the use of digital support to UNICEF offices.
- Lead in defining and testing new business opportunities driven by digital.
- Work closely together with other teams in UNICEF, especially the other specialists in Individual Giving, to make sure UNICEFs initiatives are integrated and derive maximum synergies across channels.
- Strategically facilitate the sharing of best practice between digital fundraising and engagement practitioners in UNICEF, via workshops, webinars, and fundraising intranet and on an ad-hoc basis. Create & share global resources with a specific focus on Supporter Engagement, organic and paid digital media, including paid search and display advertising.
Maintain high levels of expertise
- Track the global developments in digital fundraising and engagement across the NGO sector, both inside and outside UNICEF, especially maintaining relationships with key contacts in the digital and fundraising industry.
- Ensure continuous local testing, collate learnings and apply to UNICEF programs to maximise results. Network with industry experts and keep track of competitor activities.
- Develop relationships with external experts and engage as relevant if workload becomes excessive or market specific strategic opportunities arise.
- Oversee the appointment of external consultants and service providers ensuring all due diligence is followed in selecting and managing external providers.
Support for emergency fundraising
- In addition to these duties, the incumbent will also provide support to markets in the event of a significant media-driven emergency.
- Furthermore, the incumbent will remain sensitive to risk in the programs that he/she is supporting, and escalate as necessary.
- Minimum 8 years of digital marketing and fundraising experience, 4 of which at a senior level. Must have had agency experience managing paid digital media campaigns including the use of paid display, retargeting, search engine, mobile and email marketing. Must have led a digital program at either a commercial agency or have been the Director of Digital within a commercial or non-profit organization. Experience in attribution of marketing channels is an asset.
- Thinking digital first is a must, and experience and knowledge of integrated campaigns is an advantage.
- Knowledge of the UN system is an advantage.
- Preference will be given to candidates with international digital fundraising experience and those candidates who have worked on both agency and client side.
- Advanced university degree in Social Sciences, Humanities, Business Administration or related field.
- A first level university degree in combination with qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
- Fluency in English is required
- Proficiency in another UN language an advantage.
- This is a P4 post on the UN Salary scales.To find out more about what this means, please visit the UN site on Salaries and Post Adjustment.
- UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organisation.
The Fundraising Risk Manager is a specialist risk-based role, working across all Fundraising and Marketing teams, with a focus to maintain our exceptional standards of fundraising here at War Child. The role holds a diverse range of relationships across the organisation, making it an ideal post for someone who enjoys working with the multiple teams in our fast-paced, high-functioning Fundraising and Marketing Department. We’re looking for someone with experience of fundraising risk management who is adept at tackling complex information and applying it to real life scenarios. You must have a competent handling of fundraising regulation including data protection in order to have maximum impact in this role.
The Fundraising Risk Manager is part of the Audit & Risk team with specific responsibilities for the oversight of risk across all Fundraising and Marketing teams. This role brings specialist skills and knowledge in all aspects of fundraising regulation, data protection and gambling compliance to a team of innovative and entrepreneurial fundraisers.
• Ensure that the Code of Fundraising Practice from the Fundraising Regulator remains at the heart of our fundraising activity, systematically ensuring risks are identified and mitigated on a quarterly basis
• Ensure that the donor screening and vetting process remains fit for purpose in line with the Fundraising Policy. Ensure adequate risk control is in place by providing guidance to fundraisers when they are undertaking partner and donor screenings
• Ensure that Fundraising and Marketing meets its obligations as set out within the War Child Data Protection and Data Retention policies, and relevant data protection legislation and guidance from the Information Commissioner’s Office
• Build trusting relationships with all fundraisers in order to shape and maintain a culture of transparency and compliance within fundraising
• Act as a key point of contact for the Fundraising Regulator, Fundraising Preference Service, the Institute of Fundraising, the Lotteries Council and the Information Commissioner’s Office
• Engage with charity and compliance networks, maintaining awareness and knowledge of legislation or changes that might impact the organisation
• Responsible for reviewing, writing and implementing processes and procedures that enable staff to remain compliant with the Code of Fundraising Practice from the Fundraising Regulator and other policy and regulation from the Charity Commission, Institute of Fundraising, Gambling Commission and ICO
• Provide regular briefings and training to staff to ensure they are kept abreast of sector best practice, policy and regulatory changes
• Ensure that regulatory membership fees and levies are paid accurately and in a timely manner
• Offer flexibility to support risk work across other parts of the organisation, where needed.
The Connection at St. Martins is based in the heart of London, near Charing Cross Station and Trafalgar Square. The Connection has been helping homeless people since the First World War and is one of London’s largest homelessness charities.
The Fundraising Development Lead is a new role, which will join an ambitious and forward-thinking Fundraising & Communications team (9 team members), which is undertaking positive change and growth as part of the implementation of a new four-year strategy. This role is the second most senior post in the team, deputising for the Director of Fundraising and Communications, and their primary remit will be to drive innovative progress. By joining us at this stage in our development, you will play a major role in shaping and developing our fundraising development activity, and we encourage candidates who will relish creative strategic planning.
As Fundraising Development Lead, you will have responsibility for the following areas:
· Lead the development of new and emerging fundraising income streams - including Statutory Funding and Major Donor Fundraising.
· To provide excellent line management to the Trust Fundraising Manager.
· Work closely with our Service Team to identify fundable multi-year projects, and to support them with the training and guidance needed to produce the necessary reporting content.
· To provide the training and guidance required by our Service Team to produce strong content for tendering bids, and to submit trust fund applications for one-off investments in services.
· To lead on the involvement of our service users throughout our fundraising and communications work.
· To ensure that fundraising development activities meet all legal and best practice standards.
· To work in support of the wider Fundraising & Communications Team as and when required.
This role requires a confident and experienced fundraiser, with a strong track record in Statutory or Trust Fundraising activity – and ideally some experience of or familiarity with Major Donor Fundraising. You will have experience of developing and implementing strategy. You will be an excellent communicator and negotiator, used to interacting with multiple different stakeholder groups, and balancing the – sometimes competing - requirements of different internal teams. You will be excited by the prospect innovating and pursuing new and forward-thinking fundraising mechanisms, and will approach issues and challenges with a solutions focussed mindset.
Closing date: Monday 30th September 2019
Interview date: Monday 14th October 2019
So, are you ready to take on this exciting opportunity?
To apply, please read and then complete the application form, ensuring that you have clearly demonstrated that you meet the requirements of the role set out in the person specification.
At Daybreak Oxford, we strive to help people live well with their dementia.
We are seeking a Director to drive forward and develop Daybreak. We want to deliver our very special services to even more people and provide support to all those who need us in Oxfordshire. You will lead and inspire our fundraising, finance and operations teams to rise to the challenge ahead. The number of people in Oxfordshire who are living with a dementia is rising. We believe that Daybreak has a key role to play in helping people to maintain a good quality of life and in supporting carers when they need it most.
We need a Director who can lead, motivate and engage the wider community but is also happy getting stuck into the detail of the day-day. You will work closely with the board of trustees to develop a long-term strategy, budget and business plan that will deliver a service that meets the needs of the charity and its members and will have the support and authority to maximise the potential of Daybreak.
You will need a good understanding of the fundraising landscape and be comfortable raising money for vital services. You will be responsible for developing a fundraising plan and leading the fundraising team to deliver on this, so we can deliver and expand our service.
The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate excellent leadership and advocacy skills. We are looking for someone who is a great communicator and who can motivate and support our staff who work in a very demanding environment.
Please note the post is for 21 hours per week
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Regional Fundraising Manager - Homebased
Fixed term contract - six months
Full time - 35 hours per week
£32,363.41 per annum (starting salary subject to experience) plus homeworking and car allowance
Cats Protection is the UK’s leading feline welfare charity. We now help around 193,000 cats and kittens through our network of over 250 volunteer-run branches and 36 adoption centres and homing centres.
As the Regional Fundraising Manager you will be supporting our centres, community groups and individual fundraisers in fundraising activities. You will also be recruiting for fundraising volunteers and assisting the operations team in increasing branch income by planning, developing and growing regional fundraising income.
The role will be covering London, Kent, Surrey, Essex, Norfolk and Eastern Midlands. Ideally you will live in one of these areas however do be aware that travel will be significant.
The ideal candidate will have experience of managing multiple and sometimes conflicting priorities in an efficient and effective way; excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively and good decision making and a positive resilient attitude. Being familiar with the Institute of Fundraising codes of practice and experience working in either the community, with trusts or challenge events would be advantageous.
Closing date: 18 September 2019
Interview date: 07 October 2019
To reward you, we have a pay scheme which provides the opportunity to progress within your pay band, subject to satisfactory performance. We also offer a range of benefits which include a generous holiday entitlement, a competitive pension offering, a private medical scheme, and a death in service scheme.
Cats Protection is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you an experienced fundraiser ready for a new challenge?
Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Refugee Forum (NNRF) is a vibrant local charity, working with and for asylum seekers and refugees. We operate a busy centre in Nottingham, providing advice, advocacy, practical support, and social and educational activities.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and ambitious Fundraising Manager with excellent communication and organisational skills. You will have a proven track record of maximising income from a variety of sources and experience of working towards set income targets. In what is a new role for the organisation, this is an exciting opportunity for a proactive individual, who relishes a challenge and will enjoy shaping and leading the organisation’s fundraising strategy.
This contract is initially for 12 months, with the possibility of an extension.
Please click "Apply on website" to download our application pack.
Deadline for applications is midnight on Sunday 22nd September.
Interviews will take place on Tuesday 1st October.
Are you an experienced fundraiser who wants to make a lasting impact on the lives of some of the most vulnerable people in London? Can you help raise the funds we need to support families experiencing poverty, food insecurity and homelessness?
Sufra NW London is a Community Hub that provides a lifeline to people in crisis – including families living in extreme poverty and people who are vulnerable, homeless or socially isolated. We provide them with the food and support they need to survive, empower them to learn new skills and improve their wellbeing, and help them to find work and become financially stable.
We are recruiting a Fundraising Manager to oversee the design and delivery of our Fundraising Strategy and lead on all bid writing proposals, community fundraising and marketing activities. You should have excellent written and oral communications skills, a strong track-record of grant fundraising and ideally some experience in event planning and management. Through your activities, you will be able to convey the charity’s passion and commitment to supporting vulnerable people and demonstrate the impact of our interventions in transforming the lives of beneficiaries.
This is an immensely rewarding role working in a dynamic charity built on an ethos of sharing, hospitality and inclusivity. We are looking for an exceptionally committed individual who is willing to go the extra mile and has flexibility to work during evenings and weekends when necessary. He/she will show flair in fundraising from multiple sources, building donor relationships and strengthening the charity’s database of sponsors and supporters.
This is a fulltime position but we will consider a shorter working week (between 32 – 40 hrs/week) and provide flexible working for the right candidate.
The post is offered on an initial 12-month contrac, with the possibility of renewal subject to performance.
To apply for this role, please read through the full Job Description and Person Specification available on this webiste and apply by submiting a CV, a Covering Letter and an Equal Opportunities Form.
We will NOT accept standalone CVs for this role.
The deadline for applications is Wednesday 25 September 2019 at 5pm, with interviews on Thursday 3 October 2019 and Friday 4 October 2019.
Brain Tumour Research is an exciting, innovative and ambitious charity with a fantastic supporter base across the South East of England, where this role is based. Brain Tumour Research is one of the fastest growing national charities in the UK. We are passionate about finding a cure for brain tumours through the establishment of dedicated Brain Tumour Research Centres of Excellence around the UK.
Our vision is to find a cure for brain tumours. Our mission is to build a network of experts in sustainable brain tumour research.
We are looking for a passionate, motivated and organised individual, that is an excellent communicator with proven experience of fundraising, to recruit, steward and retain our extremely dedicated #fightingforce of supporters, donors, local corporates and fundraising groups.
Reporting to Head of Community Fundraising, you will be responsible for:
- Generating income and fundraising leads in one of our most established regions to hit key targets
- Organising and delivering a number of exciting fundraising challenge events, including our Walks of Hope and Wear A Hat day as well as the chance to develop your own fundraising initiatives
- Providing detailed and illuminating reports, tracking and predicting vital income in the South East
- Recruit, manage and develop fundraising volunteers and provide appropriate support to their fundraising activities.
- Work with the Regional PR team to ensure appropriate media coverage for fundraising activities being undertaken by volunteer network.
- Work with members of the wider Fundraising Team, including Corporate, Trusts & Foundations, Major Donors and Legacy & In mem as and when necessary
Salary - c. £28,000 dependent on experience and a generous holiday allowance.
This is a full-time, home-based role would suit someone who lives in central or south London and is happy to travel for work outside of the capital or alternatively someone based in Portsmouth, Chichester, Guildford, Brighton, Crawley (or somewhere in between). The successful candidate will undertake occasional duties at the Brain Tumour Research Head Office in Milton Keynes.
Please read the Job Description attached for full details. Then click the apply to send your CV with a covering letter, demonstrating why you are a suitable candidate, how you could add value to our organisation and detailing your current salary.
The closing date for this vacancy is Saturday 5th October, but early applications are encouraged and interviews will commence before the closing date if and when suitable candidates are identified.
No agencies please.
Manchester Mind believes in the power of listening and of being heard, because better understanding of mental health benefits everyone.
We do this by providing a range of services across Manchester to young people and adults. An important part of our work is ensuring we generate enough income to continue offering support and to develop new projects where needed, as guided by our values of Openness, Belonging, Strength and Collaboration.
The Fundraising Officer will become an important part of our fundraising team working with our Fundraising Manager and Fundraising Assistant in continually developing our capacity and sustainability. This new role is a vital development within Manchester Mind at an exciting time of growth. We would like to work with someone who is experienced in different forms of fundraising, dynamic and passionate about being able to contribute to our long-term strategy.
Position: Fundraising Officer
Hours: 35 hours per week
The skills and knowledge that are important to us are:
- Being able to work in an open, supportive and collaborative way.
- Experience of developing fundraising.
- Ability to develop kind relationships.
Application documents can be downloaded from this listing or from the Vacancies page of the Manchester Mind website.
All applications must be received by 12noon, Monday 23rd September.
Manchester Mind is striving to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Manchester Mind sees it as a positive advantage if you have experience of mental health issues and/or have used mental health services, or had experience of volunteering.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
A leading and very well established London based international health charity are actively seeking a dynamic, personable and highly capable Senior Fundraising Officer to look after their High Value donors.
The Senior Fundraising Officer will lead on developing and implementing cultivation and stewardship plans for new and existing high net worth supporters and community and event fundraisers in order to increase loyalty and income.
Key responsibilities for this role will include:
*Develop, maintain and leverage relationships with a portfolio of high value donors, major donors, prospects and senior volunteers (trustees, ambassadors and networkers) through a combination of written and email communication, telephone calls, attendance at events, face to face meetings and field visits.
*Cultivate and steward relationships to personally request high value donations through compelling tailored proposals and events, bringing donors close to our work.
*Support the Head of Philanthropy to deliver a comprehensive stewardship and communications plan to all segments of the major donor portfolio.
*Assist with the development of a major donor and high value donor giving club by developing tailored communications and events and working with the Communications team to enhance the digital presence.
*Produce reports and donor correspondence, ensuring provision of appropriate and timely feedback on use of donations.
*Research and identify potential high value and major donor prospects using existing contacts in the charity's network including ambassadors, trustees and external sources.
*Work closely with other members of the Key Donor Team (Corporate Partnerships and Trusts and Foundations) to maximise the potential of leveraging high value donations to the charity.
*Provide support and stewardship to high value fundraisers, for example London Marathon runners and event organisers.
In return for your continuous and effective work this organisation offers a good salary and an excellent benefits package to match.
If you are looking for a great friendly down to earth and professional working environment coupled with a brilliant, busy and engaging role that you can truly get your teeth into then please submit to TPP Recruitment today your most up to date CV and contact details.
We are looking for an experienced, highly motivated individual to join us as an Area Fundraising Manager for Scotland, Northern Ireland and the north of England region.
Reporting to the Senior Community Fundraising Manager, you will be responsible for developing and leading a regionally dispersed team to inspire and engage our existing supporters, recruit new supporters and to grow income for our Community Fundraising programme.
Interview Date: 1 October 2019
What we can offer you:
- Generous annual leave starting at 25 days plus bank holidays
- A Cash Healthcare Plan (giving you up to £1,600 towards a range of out of pocket health expenses like new glasses, dentist, chiropractor or osteopath appointments)
- Early finish Friday and flexible working
- Discounts on gym membership and days out
- Employee assistance programme to give you support on any issues that come up in life
- Annual season ticket loan
- Very active social scene including sport teams, gardening and other activities
- Generous pension provision, life assurance and income protection insurance
- Cycle to work scheme (eligible for scheme if contract is permanent or longer than 12 months)
*Some benefits aren't available until you've passed your probation period and are dependent on the length of contract.
In year one of an ambitious 3 year strategy, this is an exciting time to join our team and help shape the development of Community Fundraising at Diabetes UK. This role will be accountable for:
- The leadership, remote line-management and performance management for a team of home based geographically dispersed Regional Fundraisers
- Motivating and inspiring a team to deliver against KPIs, income and net contribution targets
- Contributing to the development and delivery of a community fundraising acquisition strategy to recruit new supporters, provide sector leading supporter experiences and to grow income
- Working across teams to create opportunity and gain support for community fundraising.
This role has line-management responsibility for a team of 5 Regional Fundraisers as well as developing strong relationships across the wider Engagement and Fundraising Directorate and charity.
The ideal candidate will be a fundraising professional with proven achievements in line management, financial management and delivery against targets and KPIs. They will have experience in and commitment to relationship fundraising and excellent supporter stewardship, as well as the drive and enthusiasm necessary to grow our Community Fundraising programme.
Fundraising and Communications Officer Carers Support Merton (CSM) is a well established and respected charity in the London Borough of Merton with an ambitious development programme of work to support promote and improve the quality of life of unpaid carers from the age of 5 years. CSM is currently looking for self-motivated and dynamic Fundraising and Communications Officer to join our team.
The Fundraising and Communications Officer can expect a varied role with the opportunity to develop a board range of knowledge and skills.
Fundraising and Communications Officer
Hours: 30 hours per week (flexible working or with the possibility of some homeworking).
You will have experience of fundraising and digital communications, along with the passion to actively gain support for unpaid Carers in Merton. You will have excellent communication skills, be highly organized, and able to balance competing priorities.
The role will include building links with local businesses, building our donor base, recruiting and supporting fundraising volunteers, writing trust and foundation applications, organizing events, creating inspiring content for social media and the production of the quarterly newsletter. You will develop and maintain the administrative procedures to support the organisations fundraising activities. You will have a ‘can do’ attitude and work flexibly, including occasional evenings and weekends where necessary.
This is a great opportunity to develop your career in charity fundraising and communications. It would be suitable for someone with flexible-working needs (perhaps returning to work), or someone at an earlier stage of their career who would like to make use of their excellent digital marketing skills to make a difference locally. There is huge scope to develop your own ideas, whilst at the same time access to the support of an experienced fundraiser along with a range of training opportunities.
For an informal discussion contact us with a date and time when we can give you a call.
Application process: Application form demonstrating how skills and experience meet the Person Specification. CV’s are not accepted.
Closing Date: Monday 7th October 2019 5pm
Interviews: Week Beginning 21st October 2019
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Charity People are working closely with a phenomenal, Central-London based International Development Charity who are in need of a talented Development Manager to manage the Trust and Grants team. The focus will be on small and medium donors, whilst managing two fundraisers. The organisation is looking to hire an experienced Trust fundraising professional, who will lead on the development and delivery of the Charity's Trust strategy, and meet (and, ideally, exceed) income targets.
Job Title: Trusts Fundraising Manager
Organisation: Human Rights Charity
Salary: £35,751- £37,751
Location: Central London
Closing Date: Friday 27th September 2019
Required: CV and Cover Letter
This fantastic organisation operates on numerous levels, providing specialist support to assist the victims of some of the most egregious human rights abuses, and advocating to stop their practice. It is one of the UK's largest organisations of its kind and to date has helped over 50,000 individuals throughout the country.
We are looking for a driven and responsible individual to join the team and hit the ground running; this role will require you to lead on the development of plans for the growth of Trust income as well as personally securing income from Trusts, preparing high quality funding applications and solicitation plans. You will also ensure donors have excellent, high quality support and stewardship and be personally responsible for line managing two Trust Fundraisers.
To succeed in this role you will have experience of managing a team or have the capabilities of managing a small Trusts team, and supporting learning and development. We're looking for applicants who will be able to develop and manage income budgets, and who have experience of personally securing 5 figure Trust donations. You will thrive working in a busy work environment, keeping to tight deadlines and perform well under pressure.
The role is perfect for someone looking at furthering their experience managing Trusts Fundraisers and looking to make a significant impact on an incredible charity.
If you would like to apply, or find out additional details, please get in touch with Stuart Milliner at [email protected]