Are you confident, outgoing, people focussed and love music? Are you keen to get out there and be on the frontline of our fundraising? We are looking for someone at the beginning of their career in fundraising, whose focus will be providing an exemplary level of customer service to our supporters. From (loudly!) cheering on our supporters at events and helping them collect donations, through to providing the vital support from 'back at the ranch' - such as ensuring supporter packs are sent out and managing all the fundraising tools and supplies, as well as maintaining individual giving records on our database and acknowledging all donations. Your role will be varied, interesting and most of all you'll be working with a fantastic team to develop your career
Music is at the heart of what we do, and you’ll be championing music and music therapy across all of our supporters, individual givers and everyone who fundraises for us, shouting about the incredible work we’re doing to change lives through music that we simply couldn't do without their help.
Please apply with a CV and cover letter via our website, letting us know why you would be right for the role. Closing date for applications is Monday 30th September. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 8th and Wednesday 9th October.
The role is subject to a basic DBS check.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are seeking a Head of Fundraising to join our Senior Leadership Team who will be passionate about implementing the SARSAS fundraising strategy. You will be integral to identifying and securing new funding opportunities to ensure that SARSAS can continue to deliver support to meet the needs of those that have been raped and abused across Avon and Somerset.
You will be an experienced and ambitious fundraising professional, who is target driven and has an ability to recognise new opportunities and develop existing relationships to deliver against our goals. You will be an exceptional writer, with proven experience of winning significant grants and nurturing funding relationships with a range of donors, and specifically Trusts and Foundations. You will have experience of leading and motivating a team of fundraisers and volunteer fundraisers to achieve results.
You’ll be excited by the opportunity to join SARSAS and be part of the senior leadership team leading an organisational culture that reflects a collaborative and supportive environment.
Closing Date: Wednesday 25th September 5.00pm.
Interviews will be held in Bristol on 8th October 2019. Please ensure you are available in person for an interview on this date.
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.
Closing date: 2nd October 2019 at 11.30pm
Interviews: 10th October 2019
Are you an organised multi-tasker with excellent copy writing skills? Are you looking to apply these skills to support Shelter’s fundraising to tackle homelessness? Then join Shelter as a Fundraising Executive and you could soon be playing a vital role within our Major Donor team.
A home is a fundamental human need, as essential as education or healthcare. Yet millions of people across Britain struggle on a daily basis with homelessness, bad housing conditions, soaring rents, discrimination and the threat of eviction. So, we are striving for change — with individuals, in communities, across society – and leading the way to a safe home. We need ambitious, best-in-class individuals who are passionate about our cause to join us at this exciting time. This is your chance to play a part in the fundamental change we are striving to achieve.
Shelter has a fantastic opportunity to join our high-performing major donor fundraising team. After significant investment and growth over the past 3 years, now is an exciting time to join the team, as we embark on the next stage of our ambitious strategy to double our income by 2021.
About the Role
Our Major Donor programme has increased its annual income by almost 200% in five years and now has a pool of donors who give regularly through recurring gifts or cash donations. Your challenge will be to steward this pool to ensure that they continue to give, and to identify opportunities to uplift donors wherever possible. This will involve regular mailings, bespoke reporting on areas of interest, additional materials such as cards and books and one-off personalised opportunities. And, when you're not busy designing, delivering and managing a first class stewardship programme, we’ll rely on you to support the Major Donor team by providing effective administrative support.
A great opportunity to join a truly high-performing Major Donor team, you’ll need to be able to write clear, compelling reports/materials to effectively communicate Shelter’s work to prospective donors. You’ll also need strong administrative skills, including the ability to work to multiple deadlines and juggle a variety of projects. A flair for carrying out research and amalgamating information from multiple sources is important too, as is the initiative to solve problems and achieve results. Comfortable communicating with people at all levels, both internally and externally, you’re proficient using Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel, Outlook and Internet Explorer, and familiar with Raiser’s Edge or a similar database.
Benefits include 30 days’ annual leave, the possibility of flexible working, enhanced family friendly policies and significant opportunities for learning and development.
Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support and legal services. And we campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to us for help. We're here so no-one has to fight bad housing or homelessness on their own.
Safeguarding is everyone’s business. Shelter is committed to protecting the health, wellbeing and human rights of those we support, and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect. All our staff will be expected to observe professional standards of behaviour and conduct their work in line with our Safeguarding Policies.
For further information about the role and the benefits of working for Shelter please visit our website.
At Shelter, we welcome and encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, gender, ethnicity, religion and sexual orientation. We are facing diverse problems, so need diverse people to tackle them.
Shelter does not accept unsolicited CVs from external recruitment agencies nor accept the fees associated with them.
This is an exciting opportunity to join the team who recently delivered a major refurbishment of this 1582 Tudor house, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Camden Council, numerous trusts and over 300 individuals.
Alongside the ‘transformation’ of the building we ran a creative 3 year education and outreach programme (‘Opening the Doors’) giving new opportunities to young people who live just 5 minutes away from the house on some of the most deprived estates in the country ( a significant contrast to the Highgate homes across the road). This programme has completed its first cycle and we have some great case studies, tangible outcomes, thorough evaluation and a real understanding of the need.
We believe that the relationships we have built over the past 5 years, the track record we have built with our outreach programme and our mission to be at the centre of a diverse range of communities put us in a strong position to build strategically our trust fundraising and individual giving.
We are therefore looking for a highly motivated, target driven individual to take our fundraising to the next level and integrate it as a key part of our business plan. This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your arts and heritage fundraising career to the next level. You will enjoy working with a diverse range of people in a constantly changing environment, and thrive on the challenges offered by a small, buzzy arts and heritage venue with a highly varied offering.
The Fundraising Executive will have the opportunity to:
- develop a new individual giving programme building on the significant goodwill there is towards us in the community and amongst our users. ‘Lauderdale becomes part of your DNA’ quote from recent survey
- develop a new trusts and foundations programme building on the success of the capital appeal and Opening the Doors
- develop the fundraising systems and approaches needed to ensure superlative donor and funder care
Lauderdale House is a fascinating Grade II* historic house set in the beautiful Waterlow Park, Highgate, North London. It is funded by income from an extensive programme combining performances, classes, creative hires (concerts and exhibitions) and private function hire (weddings, parties, etc).
Working in this beautiful House with views of Waterlow Park is an added bonus!
Please download the Job Description to find out more. Applications close 10 am on 1st October 2019.
A significant supporting role for an experienced fundraising/administrative officer within a small, friendly and innovative team exploring new ideas to significantly increase income.
Alex, The Leukodystrophy Charity is an independent charity for people with one of a group of rare but life-threatening conditions which attacks the brain and nervous system – leukodystrophy.
There are a number of different leukodystrophies, and we expanded our remit in May 2019 to cover all these conditions and continue providing support, advice and information for families facing the challenges and issues leukodystrophy brings.
This expansion included changing our name and logo from ALD Life to Alex TLC, increasing our potential for bringing in new income streams to help fund our valuable work.
The Fundraising and Administration Officer post is a role for someone with fundraising and administration experience, with an emphasis on grant applications.
Working with our great team, our clients and our contacts in similar charities and the medical professions, you will help deliver our overall strategy with an emphasis on fundraising and communications.
The role also offers scope for promotion after successful completion of funding milestones and capability assessments.
The role supports our Senior Management Team in a variety of tasks including:
- Grant applications
- Assisting the Communications Manager
- Assisting the Chief Finance Officer and Accounts Manager
- Database management
- Distribution of fundraising materials
- Organisation of filing and archive systems
- Management of stationery requirements
- Any additional duties when reasonable and necessary
- To uphold the values and ethos of the charity
- To work as a member of our team
KEY ATTRIBUTES AND EXPERIENCE
- Experience of charity fundraising and grant applications
- First class written and verbal communications
- Excellent IT skills including Office 365
- Comfortable and confident with social media
- Experience of non-profit CRM systems (preferable)
- Extremely well organised and self-motivated
Part Time – 4 days per week (28 hours)
Salary: £40,000 - £44,000 (pro rata £32,000 – £35,200) dependent on experience
Temporary contract for 12 months or until the substantive post holder returns
Closing date: 9am, Friday 4th October
Interview date: Thursday 17th October at our office in central Birmingham
UK charity Children’s Liver Disease Foundation (CLDF) takes action against the effects of childhood liver disease, providing information, emotional support, research funds and a voice for all affected. With innovative support programmes and development plans to increase our reach even further, the charity never stands still. Please find out more about the difference we make on our website.
It’s a really exciting time to join the CLDF team at a pivotal point of change and with a new strategy planned for 2020. CLDF are looking to recruit a bold, tenacious, driven, Fundraising Manager to provide maternity cover for a 12 month period. You will empower our Fundraising team and take responsibility for corporate and major giving income streams. You will be experienced in leading teams and engaging new support, with a passion for the life changing work we do, which you’re able to communicate and bring alive for a variety of audiences.
The Head of Fundraising role is key to the development of our innovative charity’s strategy. We’re looking for candidates with a proven track record in corporate cultivation and leadership who have the energy and tenacity to play a major part in ensuring the charity achieves its goals. Currently CLDF derives its income from a range of sources, of which community fundraising from supporters and families is the largest. We want to continue our journey in maximising our supporter care and make the most of opportunities to garner the support of new corporates, institutions and trusts to provide sustainable income for the development of the charity’s work.
If you are a passionate, creative, hard-working and tenacious fundraising professional with the leadership skills we need, then we are interested in hearing from you as soon as possible.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Purpose of the role
We are at a pivotal point in our growth and we need someone with the creativity and drive to ensure we are maximising on all income generating opportunities. The Women’s Equality Party is seeking a Fundraising and Events Coordinator to support the implementation of our Fundraising Strategy. The post holder will work closely with the Director of Fundraising and Head of Members and Supporters to increase income from individual supporters and members and through our events.
You will work to integrate our member base in all our fundraising and plan and deliver a programme of events that will raise funds and profile for the party and support membership growth. You will have experience of either fundraising or events support and will be able to demonstrate experience of budget management. You will be keen to design and implement systems and processes to enable us to deliver our Fundraising Strategy.
This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to grow, develop and gain valuable skills and experience. You will be playing a key role in enabling WEP to push women’s equality to the top of the political agenda.
We are looking for:
- At least 2 years experience working in fundraising or events including some budget management
- Experience of being the key contact with a variety of supporters
- A creative mind with the ability to generate innovative ideas and approaches
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to produce supporter communications or a brief for an event
- Able to command respect at many levels, network and communicate the vision of the Women’s Equality Party to a wide variety of stakeholders.
- Self-motivating; able to prioritise workload and manage multiple projects to meet deadlines; capacity to recalibrate at short notice
- Commitment to equal opportunities and sympathetic to the aims and values of the Women’s Equality Party.
- Willingness to undertake training and to develop new skills in response to the organisation’s changing needs
- Team worker, able to delegate and take control, as well as listen to and value others’ contributions.
- Passionate about making change; driven and persistent.
To apply for this role, please submit to us:
- a statement of interest specifically addressing the requirements of the person specification and saying why you want to work for us (Maximum 2 pages. Applications will only be considered with this)
- an up-to-date CV with examples of funds raised and events organised.
- an equal opportunities monitoring form (optional)
Please submit applications by no later than 23.59am on 30th September 2019.
The Women’s Equality Party values equality and diversity, and welcomes applications from candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. In relation to this post we particularly welcome applications from BAME candidates as these communities are under-represented within WEP at this level.
FUNDRAISING AND DATABASE ASSISTANT
Rainforest Trust UK is looking for an experienced and motivated Fundraising and Database Assistant to support our growing fundraising team. The successful candidate must have a proven track record of working with charity databases, assisting with fundraising initiatives and dealing with donors. He/She must also be able to demonstrate a genuine passion for rainforest protection and be able to work independently and flexibly. This is an ideal opportunity for someone ready to take the next step in their career in the charity sector in a role that will enable you to make a real difference in a committed team with big ambitions.
Position: Fundraising and Database Assistant
Contract: Full time (six-month probation period)
Salary: £21,000-24,000 p.a. (Inclusive of London Weighting)
Location: London Bridge / Bankside
About Us: Rainforest Trust UK is a fast-growing British charity working in close partnership with Rainforest Trust in the USA, which has been protecting rainforests and other tropical ecosystems for over 30 years. Rainforest Trust UK was set up three years ago to increase the organisation’s presence and donor base in the UK, and to raise money for Rainforest Trust’s projects worldwide.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
- Manage and maintain Rainforest Trust UK’s donor database (Charity Engine).
- Deal promptly with donations received via a variety of pathways (online, cheque, cash, PayPal, BACS transfers, etc.).
- Work in close partnership with the Fundraising Manager to steward donor relationships by corresponding with supporters by email, letter and phone.
- Keep accurate and detailed records of donations received via a variety of donation portals and crowdfunding websites (the Charities Aid Foundation, Charities Trust, JustGiving, GoFundMe, Virgin Money, Amazon Smile, Benevity, etc.).
- Assist the fundraising team in sending out appeals and newsletters by email and post.
- Monitor and manage donations from our regular monthly donors.
- Prepare and send out Conservation Certificates to donors.
- Prepare HMRC Gift Aid claims and maintain records of Gift Aid donations and payments.
- Simple book-keeping (donation records, expenditure, Gift Aid receipts, etc.).
- Provide logistical support for public engagement (e.g. send promotional and fundraising material to schools and supporters doing sponsored events).
- Liaise with Rainforest Trust staff in the USA on database management, donor records and other administrative issues.
The ideal candidate will have:
- Experience in running and maintaining a donor database for a charity or similar organisation.
- Excellent telephone manner and customer service disposition.
- Excellent writing skills and the ability to personalise standard correspondence (thank you emails, monthly donation reminders, etc.)
- The ability to manage his/her own workload, prioritise tasks and respond promptly to donor queries with minimal supervision, while also working as part of a wider team.
- Excellent IT skills and experience of working with Google Drive, Excel, Word and Gmail.
- Working knowledge of Fundraising Regulator and Data Protection / GDPR principles, and other relevant law and best practice guidance.
- A personal commitment to rainforest protection and empathy with Rainforest Trust’s mission.
Please apply by sending your CV and a covering letter to the Executive Director, Chris Redston, via the CharityJobs button below. Closing date for applications is 11.30 pm on Friday 11th October. Interviews will take place before the end of October. We look forward to hearing from you!
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Great opportunity to join a leading health and research charity, helping to nurture a strong portfolio of warm donors.
This medical charity offers support and practical information, campaigns and funds research.
The Trust Fundraiser will complete a team of four which sits within the wider fundraising and communication department, made up of Trusts and Lottery, Partnerships (major donor, events and corporate), Supporter Experience, Public Fundraising and MarComms. The overall income target is c.£14m.
The Trust team’s target currently stands at c.£1m, whereby approximately half of this comes from Big Lottery Funding. The successful candidate will be expected to steward an already strong portfolio of bodies that give upwards of £5k using a suite of robust, bespoke fundraising collateral.
A Trust Fundraiser is needed to help build and steer a long term, sustainable Trust programme by:
- continuing the stewardship of a portfolio of warm funders who give upwards of £5k, with a particular focus on the development of the small trust programme
- supporting the wider Trust team with asks above c.£50k
- working with the other Trust fundraiser in the team to streamline the process of fundraising administration, eg thanking donors, ensuring all are kept up to date etc.
The position would best suit:
- a trust fundraiser looking to take the next step in their career, with proven experience of 4-5 figure giving
- an externally focused relationship builder, motivated by generating new income by engaging new funders and developing excellent proposals
- someone who can expertly steward, manage and develop funding relationships
- a proactive and confident team player, able to shift focus from complex relationships and asks, to supporting the wider fundraising team, undertaking administrative tasks, financial reporting and upholding fundraising best practice.
Deadline for applications is Wednesday 25 September, with interviews the following week.
To apply for this role, please click Apply with Charityjob to submit your CV to Sarah Bowie 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.
Contract Type:8 months - Fixed term contract
Hours: 35 hours
Location: Vauxhall, London
Closing Date: 30th Sept 2019
Interview Date: 3rd October 2019
Marie Curie is the largest charitable funder of end of life care in the UK. With an ambitious strategic plan, it is an exciting time to join Marie Curie as we aim to deliver more for people living with terminal illness across the UK.
The Mass Participation Fundraising Team is responsible for delivering a diverse and successful portfolio of mass participation fundraising offers, including the Great Daffodil Appeal, Blooming Great Tea Party, and all our runs, swims, cycles; overseas treks and challenges. The team is formed of four areas and this role sits within the Great Daffodil Appeal & Collections team.
This is an exciting opportunity to work on Marie Curie's flagship fundraising campaign, the Great Daffodil Appeal. You will be supporting our Product Managers who ensure that our volunteers receive the best possible experience, and that the campaign runs smoothly.
The successful candidate will be joining us at a particularly busy time and the Fundraising Assistant role will give you a wide range of fundraising experience, as you'll also support other areas within in the broader Mass Participation team, who work on key elements of the Great Daffodil Appeal and year-round collections activity.
You will need to have excellent organisational skills and the ability to multi-task, as well as having good interpersonal skills and a confident "can-do" attitude. You must be confident communicating with a range of people and by various channels. Your ability to build effective working relationships both internally and with supporters, will be central to you excelling in this role.
This role may close early if a high volume of the right quality applications are received.
Civitas Recruitment are proud to be working with a great established charity based in central London which focuses on the family network; looking to ensure that complex problems are given the support it requires to aid families to flourish and individuals within it to realise their potential. The charity is involved in the delivery of a range of services as well as training and guidance. The role of the Deputy Head of Fundraising will be to support the external facing fundraising element managing a small team with a focus on Corporate Fundraising as well as manage the Supporter Development team members. This is a great opportunity to develop your fundraising experience as it will allow oversight and for the successful candidate to build experience of other fundraising streams. Please note that this is a 12-month Fixed Term maternity cover.
Who we are looking for?
Ideal candidates will have extensive fundraising experience with a focus on Corporate Fundraising (new business and account management). You will possess excellent leadership skills and previous line management experience along with budgetary responsibility will be an advantage. You will be a natural networker having the ability to manage internal and external stakeholders and be able to articulate your thoughts and messages. The role will involve inputting strategically to the external facing fundraising streams and will be well suited to someone who is willing to work across streams including major donor, events, community etc. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking to gain further senior management experience and for those looking to make a great impact on the developing areas of fundraising streams for the charity.
Place of Work: The Green House (Bethnal Green, London)
Hours: Full Time (35 hours per week; 0.8 and flexible working hours will be considered)
Salary: £23,350 – £24,994
Children Change Colombia is the UK's largest charity working exclusively in Colombia. We work with children whose rights to a safe, happy childhood, and a fulfilling future, are threatened by poverty, inequality and violence. We believe that, with a knowledge of their rights and the confidence to assert them, children can transform their own lives, their communities and Colombia itself.
As Fundraising and Communications Officer you will help to maintain our relationships with our supporter community, in the UK and beyond, and help to engage new supporters, both online and face-to-face. You will be responsible for designing and implementing direct marketing campaigns with new and existing supporters. You will also plan and manage two to three fundraising events per year. The role also involves some general administration associated with fundraising and management of our small London office.
You will be the first contact point for enquiries and will be responsible for managing the administration behind our fundraising and our finances, including managing our database of contacts. You will also provide support with updating our website, and coordinating production of our newsletter and appeals. You will have the energy and passion to manage this wide-ranging role and be a crucial part of our small team.
Skills and Experience:
- Some direct marketing/Individuals Fundraising experience
- 1-2 years’ experience in any fundraising/communications role or a role with transferable experience
- Fluent English (written and spoken)
- Intermediate level Spanish (written and spoken)
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Outgoing personality, with the passion to inspire!
- Strong numeracy skills
- An interest in International Development and / or Latin America.
- Ability to plan, prioritise and manage a varied workload in a pressured environment
- Excellent knowledge and experience of MS Word and Excel
- Experience using social media & scheduling platforms including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook
- Commitment to Equal Opportunities and the aims of Children Change Colombia
- Enthusiasm and ability to work effectively in a team and independently.
- Community, Events or Corporate Fundraising experience
- Experience with Customer Relationship Management systems (databases)
- Knowledge of Colombia
Fundraising and Communications
- Individuals Fundraising/Direct marketing: plan, implement and provide analysis of Facebook Fundraiser and regular giving campaigns with new and existing Individual donors
- Events Fundraising: plan and implement 2-3 fundraising events a year, including CCC’s well-established Programmes Information Evening (‘Project Talk’) and sponsored walk (‘Thames Walk’)
- Community Fundraising: maximise engagement of current and potential Community supporters including individuals, community events, schools, churches, universities and staff of corporate partners
- Manage the Communications Plan under the supervision of the ED, and in collaboration with the Project Development Officer
- Maintain, and upload content to, CCC’s website
- Produce written content for e-shots, website and social media
- Coordinate production and mailing of newsletters and Christmas Appeal
- Act as the first contact point for all donor enquiries
- Manage donor details on the database
- Ensure donations are thanked in accordance with CCC’s thank you policy
- Monitor messaging to our social media platforms, and orchestrate response if necessary
- Recruit and manage FR intern and volunteers when necessary
- Batch and bank donations received in the office
- Answering the phone and meeting needs of enquirers
- Ensure effective maintenance of office equipment: computers, printers, scanner etc.
- Process all staff, trustees and volunteer DBS checks
- Other administrative, financial, communications or fundraising tasks as required by the ED within the current level of responsibility of the post.
Please note that successful candidates will be expected to accept and commit to Children Change Colombia’s Child Protection Policy.
To apply please send your CV (2 pages max) and a short cover letter (1 page max) detailing why you want to work for us, the skills and experience you possess that are relevant to this post, and how you meet the person specification.
The deadline for applications to reach us is Monday 7 October at 9am.
To minimise administrative costs only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Children Change Colombia is committed to equality of opportunity and to non-discrimination for all applicants and employees, and we seek to ensure we achieve diversity in our workforce regardless of gender, race, religious beliefs, nationality, ethnic/national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability.
Interviews will take place on Thursday 10th October
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Charity People are recruiting for an interesting health related Charity who are based near Blackfriars/Fleet Street, central London. This Charity are looking for a temporary Fundraising Assistant (with Raiser's Edge experience). This post is running for 3-4 months, and could well go perm to the right candidate. It is a 35 hour week, office based.
The pay will be between £12-£14 PAYE per hour, based on experience.
Interviews will be on the 23rd/24th September with the view of starting that week.
To be considered for this post you will need to have fundraising experience, and have used Raiser's Edge.
If you are keen on this post please let us know by emailing [email protected] with an up to date CV in Word format asap.
Alzheimer's Society is the UK's leading dementia charity. We provide information and support, improve care, fund research, and create lasting change for people affected by dementia.
Position: Regional Fundraising Development Assistant
Location: Flexible across England, Wales and Northern Ireland
Contract type: Full Time, Permanent
Hours: 35 per week
Salary: £19,964 to £20,770 (Depending on skills and experience) + London allowance of £3,600 if applicable
Closing date: 26 September 2019
Interview date: 2 October 2019
About the role:
This role will play a vital part in supporting the Regional Fundraising Development Team. The team are responsible for developing new and existing fundraising products and resources, to ensure the wider team hit their £27.2million income target. The post holder will provide comprehensive administrative support, working on multiple products including Elf Day and Carols at Christmas. Tasks will include pulling reports, processing data, distributing materials and coordinating meetings. The post holder will also deliver excellent customer care both internally and externally, responding to enquiries, managing inboxes, creating communications and building relationships.
- Reports to the Regional Fundraising Development Manager
- Sits within the Regional Fundraising Team
- Works closely with the multi-disciplined Regional Fundraising Team across England, Wales and Northern Ireland and with the wider fundraising directorate.
Do you want to be part of a small but perfectly formed team supporting a large regional fundraising team to achieve success through development and innovation? Do you have an infectious enthusiasm for making things better and more successful? If so read on to find out more…
We are looking for someone to be part of a team developing new fundraising opportunities and innovating to make the ones we already have even better and raising more money.
The successful candidate for this role will need to have strong written, verbal skills and IT skills alongside excellent time management, organisational skills and an eye with attention to detail. This role requires someone with a proven ability to develop relationships with internal and external colleagues along with conducting research across the industry and administration work to support the team.
You could be already working within the charity sector or looking for a career change but with the relevant experience and transferable skills required for this role.
You may have experience of the following: Administrator, Admin Assistant, Administrative Assistant, Fundraising Administrator, Admin Support, Fundraising Assistant, Fundraising, Charity, Charities, NFP, Not for Profit, Third Sector, etc.