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Our vision for children is one where they can lead healthy, successful lives, living with a family which offers a loving home. Currently, this is not the case for thousands of children living in Thailand. We aim to strengthen families and community support services to enable children to reach their potential.
The Head of Fundraising and Development will lead SCT’S funding proposals to large donors, Foundations and Trusts and have significant experience of writing successful concept notes and proposals. You will have a significant track record of successful fundraising and meeting substantial targets. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced senior fundraiser with the drive to get things done and the flexibility to work effectively within a small and effective team. This role offers excellent benefits, a competitive salary, interesting travel opportunities and a varied and exciting range of responsibilities for the right candidate.
Develop and implement an annual fundraising business plan which will have KPI’s and achieve income targets for each fundraising element as well as a personal income target.
Take responsibility for the fundraising budget and build a pipeline of activities to ensure targets are met. To maintain a clear view of income and expenditure forecast at all times, in line with charity and funder requirements. Providing regular reports as and when required, to support delivery, provide insight and inform the board of trustees.
Develop fundraising and communications strategies reflecting best practice in new business prospect identification, cultivation and solicitation and in account management of corporate partnerships.
Formulate the annual income and expenditure budget with support from the CEO, fundraising team and management accountant.
Report monthly on income against budgets; provide commentary on variances and take action to address shortfalls.
Attend and contribute to board and committee meetings ensuring reports are presented at each meeting.
Be an effective member of the senior management team, acting as a role model for all employees and be an ambassador for the charity in all external engagements.
Management and development of a team of three fundraisers and support these staff including monitoring training needs and managing performance reviews / appraisals.
As we are a small team you should be flexible and adaptable to any additional duties as directed by the C.E.O. Occasionally you may be required to work different hours including weekends / evenings.
Be prepared to travel regularly across London, Nationwide and occasionally travel to Thailand as directed by the C.E.O.
You may be required to travel to Thailand on an occasional basis in order to be conversant with SCT’s work, stakeholders and partner organisations.
For more information on the job role and more details on the the person specification, please see the attached job description
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Neighbourhood Watch Network (NWN) is the representative body for the Neighbourhood Watch charities and the 32 Neighbourhood Watch Police Force Associations across England and Wales and the Neighbourhood Watch Borough Associations in London. NWN supports and represents the successful grass roots, volunteer led group of organisations under the Neighbourhood Watch brand. We are funded by the Home Office and sponsor organisations in the private sector. The turnover is in the order of £500,000 per annum.
We are seeking an interim Head of Fundraising to cover the income generation aspect of the current Head of Fundraising who is taking maternity leave. The successful candidate will continue to plan and implement the integrated fundraising strategy for the Neighbourhood Watch Network (NWN), delivering growth over the next year and beyond. This exciting post will enable the right candidate to shape and drive the fundraising of the charity during this exciting time. The postholder will work closely with and have the full support of the CEO and the Board.The postholder will focus on ensuring delivery of the fundraising activities for NWN, including securing funds from a range of sources including charitable trusts and corporate supporters It is expected that the successful candidate will have significant experience in one of these areas ideally corporate fundraising where we have had considerable success. They will develop an income generation plan for the year and have the freedom to develop the role. The post is a key part of the NWN leadership team in developing and delivering strategy and deputising for the chief executive as required and will act as an externally-facing member of the NWN team with potential funders and stakeholders
Please submit a CV and a covering letter detailing your suitability for the role.
The Multiple System Atrophy Trust (MSA Trust) is the UK and Eire’s leading national charity offering vital support to people affected by MSA. We are entirely funded through voluntary donations, providing an information and support service to those affected by MSA and their families at no cost to them.
So very many of our members come to us at a time of great distress, they or their loved ones have been diagnosed with a terminal disease which is almost unknown to the general population. They crave both symptom management and understanding from people who know about the disease. Our specialists nurse and healthcare team play a crucial role in helping them to cope and to plan for their care. We ensure that everyone affected by MSA has access to tailored information and support to guide them and ensure they are not alone in their journey.
You will have a proven track record in securing large multi-year awards, as well as experience of developing and expanding a trust fund portfolio, developing corporate partnerships, legacies and bespoke fundraising appeals. You will work with the senior team and CEO to develop and implement an income strategy to underpin our strategic plan and you will help to ensure the Trust meets all regulatory requirements related to GDPR
The role includes line-management of the fundraising team and reports directly to the Chief Executive.
Applications will not be considered unless the covering letter addresses all aspects of the person specification
Interviews are to be held in person, 02.02.2022 in the Rotherhithe area, London SE16
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The three Monteverdi ensembles – the Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque Soloists and Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique – are a leading force on the international music scene. World-class musicians and singers from many nationalities come together to share in the distinctive vision of our founder and music director, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, in ground-breaking projects that span eight centuries of musical masterpieces.
Buoyed by the success of our recent inaugural concert at our new London home at St Martin-in-the-Fields, this is an exciting and pivotal time to join our busy team. The Fundraising Manager will expand our team to boost the sustainability of our artistic plans – which include performing more regularly at home and sharing our concerts with music lovers around the world through top-quality film and audio content. As a charity without public subsidy, we rely entirely on the partnership of our faithful and growing supporter base.
Ahead of our next UK and US fundraising initiatives, we are looking for a highly organised, self-starter to support the MCO General Director and team. The successful candidate will have proven skills in stewarding relationships, researching donors and funding opportunities and delivering exceptional supporters’ events.
Please visit our website for job description and details of how to apply.
CLOSING DATE: 10am Monday 7th February 2022 (we may contact candidates before the closing date)
INTERVIEWS: Week commencing Monday 14th February 2022
Save the Children International has an exciting opportunity for you to join our team as the– Global Child Protection Director in London or any existing Save the Children office location.
Save the Children is seeking a transformational development / humanitarian executive to lead our Child Protection work globally. Taking advantage of Save the Children's vast network of program experts and global footprint, this global leader will use innovation, technology, data, and research to ensure that Save the Children stands as a state of the art institution working with children and their communities efficiently and effectively. This position will provide an unparalleled opportunity to implement the cutting-edge of development, humanitarian and human rights theory and practice across a network of 100+ countries and 25,000 staff. This includes helping Save the Children become effectively localized, data-driven, productively partnered, a powerful advocate, and to stand as one of the world's most recognized voices in the defense of the rights of every child everywhere.
This is the most senior Child Protection role in Save the Children. This role has overall accountability for the quality and impact of Child Protection programmes and advocacy across Save the Children, promoting programme innovation and drawing on and contributing to the best global evidence on what works to guarantee children’s rights, and particularly their right to live free from violence.
In order to be successful you will bring/have:
EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS
Education to Master’s level, with a qualification in social work, psychology, law, international development, international relations, economics, management, politics, or a related field is desirable.
- Inspirational leader with ability to communicate the vision for the Breakthrough that ‘violence against children is no longer tolerated’.
- Strong leadership skills, including demonstrated experience in motivating large direct and indirect teams
- Significant international development and humanitarian contexts experience designing, implementing and evaluating programmes relating to child protection and other relevant child rights programming.
- Thorough knowledge and track record of influencing child protection public and programme policy, and other relevant child rights programming, in development and humanitarian contexts.
- Demonstrable ability to engage effectively across internal/external stakeholders and communities
- Knowledge of policy, research and evidence-based methodologies with regards to child protection programming, and other relevant child-focused programming.
- A clear understanding of and commitment to gender analysis in informing programmes and policy.
- A combination of technical, research, public advocacy and, local experience.
- Understands that work of development and humanitarian action can be complex and volatile.
- Country level experience in international development, preferably through long-term assignments.
- Proven experience delivering results and outputs
- Energy and drive to create change in a large complex organisation
- Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills including influencing, negotiation and coaching – ability to work with people of all levels from CEO to junior staff and across all functions,
- Experience creating and managing high-performing teams including building shared objectives, quality control, evaluation, motivation, performance management, staff development and training.
- Commitment to building and supporting a diverse and inclusive technical leadership team
- Demonstrates ability to make technical expertise relevant and available to inform programs
- Engaging with donors and public finance stakeholders across humanitarian, development and developed contexts.
- An understanding of and commitment to Save the Children’s mission, values and programme approaches.
- Fluent spoken and written English
Additional languages, particularly French, Spanish and/or Arabic.
- Senior leadership experience working in Save the Children, another large INGO, donor or multilateral agency
We can offer circa £80,000 per annum (If based in UK) with an option of flexible working hours. If the role is based outside of the UK, National T&C (including pay) will apply.
This role can be based in London or any existing Save the Children office location on approval, provided the successful candidate has proof of eligibility to work from the preferred location.
We employ approximately 25,000 people across the globe and work on the ground in over 100 countries to help children affected by crises, or those that need better healthcare, education and child protection. We also campaign and advocate at the highest levels to realise the right of children and to ensure their voices are heard.
We are working towards three breakthroughs in how the world treats children by 2030:
- No child dies from preventable causes before their 5th birthday
- All children learn from a quality basic education and that,
- Violence against children is no longer tolerated
We know that great people make a great organization, and that our employees play a crucial role in helping us achieve our ambitions for children. We value our people and offer a meaningful and rewarding career, along with a collaborative and inclusive environment where ambition, creativity, and integrity are highly valued.
Please attach a copy of your CV and cover letter with your application, and include details of your salary expectations. A copy of the full role profile can be found at our website.
We will be conducting interviews on a rolling basis while the advert is still live, once the hiring decision is made the role will be closed. Only candidates invited to the interview round will be contacted
We need to keep children safe so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.
All employees are expected to carry out their duties in accordance with our global anti-harassment policy.
Save the Children does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking for a Fundraising Compliance Assistant to support the delivery of Battersea’s commitment to robust compliance with all legal and best practice regulations governing Fundraising in the UK. The post holder will do this by providing administrative support to the fundraising compliance team and assist the Fundraising Compliance Manager to deliver advice, training, monitoring and reporting to the Fundraising team and external agencies.
Battersea is here for every dog and cat and has been since 1860. We are a leading animal welfare charity and over the last 160 years we’ve grown from one home in London to three rescuing and rehoming centres across the South East. With c500 staff and 1000 volunteers, we have cared for over three million vulnerable animals We also campaign tirelessly to make things better for dogs and cats; sharing our expertise and educating the public and policymakers about responsible pet ownership. Join us and make a difference for every dog and cat.
Our Fundraising Team
Battersea’s multiple award-winning Fundraising department raises around 60% of the Charity’s total income. Working with colleagues across the organisation, we provide members of the public and organisations with opportunities to engage with Battersea and to support our work. Through continued investment, net fundraising income has risen from just £100,000 in 2010 to £10m in 2019, and we will continue to grow our income to make sure Battersea can be here for every cat and dog now and in the future.
Public Fundraising is responsible for generating income from new and existing supporters through direct marketing, challenge events and innovation.
- The Database Team
Within Public Fundraising, sits the Database team. Working closely with Battersea staff and external contacts to collect and manage data that enables teams to fundraise effectively. Data is at the heart of our fundraising, and the team manage our database and all data processes with external agencies using data to analyse trends, helping fundraising teams improve donor relationships. Without our support, hundreds of thousands of donors and the millions of pounds they generously give us each year would not be recognized.
What we can offer you
Our dedicated people mean that we can be here for every dog and cat. Whether you are sharing an office with our dogs or directly caring for our cats, our animals show their appreciation every day. There is no better reward than seeing the difference you make to the lives of our dogs and cats first-hand; although we also provide a wide range of employee benefits, including:
- 28 days of annual leave (plus 8 days paid public holidays) per year
- Generous pension contributions – up to 10% employer contribution
- Free healthcare cash plan, where you can claim for a range of treatment including dental (£100), optical (£100), physiotherapy, chiropody and acupuncture (£325) every year
- Annual interest-free season ticket loans
- Discounted gym memberships and cycle to work schemes
- Life insurance
During the recent Coronavirus restrictions, our animal-facing staff have continued to work on site and our office based staff have been working from home. We are currently piloting a hybrid working model for our office-based staff to split their time between site based and home working. We believe this will support office-based staff to maintain the benefits of home working, while allowing for collaboration and interaction with our animal-facing staff and maintaining a connection to our cause.
As this role is office-based, you’ll be expected to work in our Battersea office for 3 days each week and you’ll be able to work up to 2 days each week from home.
So, if you are passionate about dogs, cats and about our work, then we’d like to hear from you.
We are committed to providing equality of opportunity and valuing diversity for all current and prospective staff, volunteers and Trustees. We aim to ensure that this commitment, reinforced by our values, is embedded in our day-to-day working practices and our work together. We would particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic and disabled candidates, who are currently under-represented at Battersea.
Closing date: Sunday 13 February 2022
Interview date(s): Tuesday 22 & Wednesday 23 February 2022
For full details, please download our recruitment pack. To apply, click the button below. All applications must be submitted before the closing date advertised; we reserve the right to close the vacancy early if a high volume of applications is received.
Charity People are delighted to be working exclusively with Auditory Verbal UK (AVUK) to help find a new Head of Fundraising to join their brilliant team.
Post Head of Fundraising
Location Hybrid working, remote and either Bermondsey, London or Bicester, Oxfordshire
Working Hours Full or part time depending on experience (flexible working fully supported). Job share also considered
Salary c£50-55k FTE depending on experience + benefits including Group Pension Scheme (7% employer contribution)
Holiday 27 days plus 8 Bank Holidays and 1 privilege day
Reporting To Chief Executive
AVUK is an award-winning charity that is transforming the lives of deaf children across the UK. AVUK works with families who want their child to learn to listen, talk and develop the communication and social skills to thrive at school and beyond. Over the next few years, the charity plans to double the number of pre-school children and families supported by its innovative early intervention programme; expand the number of specialist practitioners working in publicly funded services; further its profile and influence; and to grow and diversify its voluntary income streams so that deaf children have the same opportunities in life as their hearing peers.
This is a hugely exciting time to join the team at AVUK and help drive income growth to support these ambitious plans. AVUK is an organisation with a clear, tangible and well-evidenced case for support; one where you will directly see the positive impact your work is having on the families of young children with hearing loss.
We're looking for an experienced and inspiring senior fundriaising leader, with a successful track record of delivering income growth in a similar sized organsiation (over £1m). You'll have a background in high-value fundraising, particularly Trusts and Foundations and Major Donors at the 6 and 7-fig level, and have experience of leading a multi-functional team. Above all you'll be a natural relationship builder, comfortable at senior leadership level and with strong networking skills and the ability to inspire and influence at a senior level. Ideally, you'll also have experience of setting up or working with a development board and working with Trustees and senior volunteers.
You'll be joining a committed, flexible and highly collegiate team. With great benefits and the potential for the role to be part-time or job share, this is an organisation that is fully embracing the changes in work/ life balance that have come about because of Covid.
If you're as excited about this opportunity as we are then please get in touch with Philippa at Charity People.
Please send a copy of your CV to Philippa at Charity People. If your profile fits what we're looking for, we'll be in touch with further details and to arrange a phone or video call.
Closing date for applications - midday on Thurs 3 Feb
First stage interviews 10/11 Feb 2022
Second stage interviews w/c 14 Feb 2022
We reserve the right to change the closing date depending on the number of responses received. Please submit your application as soon as possible to ensure it is considered in the selection process.
If you have a disability and can demonstrate that closing this post early would impact on your ability to submit an application in time, please contact [email protected] to request arrangements for an application to be submitted within the original timeframe.
We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability, and potential. Please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help ensure the application process work for you.
Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities with which we work.
This exciting role is mission critical for Consortium for Street Children. The postholder will have the opportunity to make a significant difference to the lives of many children living in street situations, with a high level of influence and empowerment in the organisation.
- Reporting: To the Chief Executive
- Annual leave: 25 days + Bank Holidays
- Pension: Employer contribution of 5% of gross salary
- Location: 15 Old Ford Road, Room 11, St Margaret’s House, London, E2 9PJ, UK
Specific Tasks and Responsibilities
- Design and lead on implementing a fundraising strategy that will guarantee the healthy development of CSC.
- Contributing to the organisational strategy and operations as a member of the senior management team
- Be responsible for building on CSC’s current and previous support bases, as well as identifying and securing new sources of income compatible with CSC’s mission, vision and values.
- Develop a pipeline of donors for CSC core costs budgeting purposes
- Research, budget for and write tailored applications to trusts, foundations and multilateral and bilateral agencies ensuring an accurate match of priorities, interests and potential of each funder with CSC’s size, scope and organisational strategy.
- Lead pro-actively on CSC’s relationships with current and prospective corporate donors including timely contacts, appropriate invitations and submission of regular reports.
- Coordinate the work of the CSC Development Board, with regular reporting on fundraising strategy, pipeline and progress against targets. Support the Development Board to help organise events for high net worth individuals and corporate partners.
- Line managing CSC’s Marketing and Communications Officer and supporting CSC’s digital and communications strategy
- Ensure that there are effective administrative services to support and monitor our fundraising activities. This may include email marketing, pipeline tracking, accurate logging income, donor stewardship, and reconciling income in consultation with the Finance and Operations Coordinator.
- Use Salesforce as a customer relationship management tool for all donors and potential donors
- Providing support and partnership opportunities to members of the CSC network.
- A track record in fundraising with a range of donors and securing six figure and multi-year gifts (essential)
- Strong communication skills including the facilitation of meetings and events; representing an organisation in high-profile settings and of public speaking; working with a wide range of stakeholders (essential)
- Experience of developing and delivering successful fundraising strategies (essential)
- Proven management experience including managing people and good team collaboration skills (essential)
- Experience in using relationship management processes and IT systems (SalesForce or CRM or other industry equivalent) (essential)
- Experience in a relevant digital or communications role (desirable)
- Excellent English Language skills (essential)
- Additional language skills (desirable)
- An understanding and curiosity about child rights programming as well as the key issues for street connected children and the organisations that support them (essential)
Diversity and Inclusion
We are committed to having varied perspectives and welcoming all forms of diversity; we know that will bring power to our purpose and ensure our work has the impact we desire. As a result, we actively encourage a diverse range of candidates to apply for roles with CSC, ensuring our work reflects a range of different cultures, approaches, and thinking styles including but not limited to diversity in age, ethnicity, gender identity and sexual orientation, life experience, physical and mental ability.
To apply for this role, please submit the following:
• Your CV
• A cover letter (no more than two sides of A4)
• Details for two references including their name, role, relationship to you, email address and telephone number.
Please note that you must have the legal right to work in the UK to apply for this role.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
This is a really exciting time to join Girlguiding. We have much to be proud of in our one hundred years of history, but we know that to remain vibrant and relevant to young people we must continually evolve.
We have begun a process of significant change: transforming the organisation so it can meet the challenges of the future by putting young people at the heart of our organisation. We are on a mission to amplify the voices of girls and young women, so they can champion change in their own lives and the wider world; to build strong partnerships that can increase our reach and impact; and to increase the support we offer our amazing adult volunteers who deliver incredible experiences to young people across the UK every week.
We are looking for a first-class Head of Fundraising to lead our growing Fundraising Team and develop and deliver ambitious and successful fundraising strategies to generate revenue, maximise income streams and grow our supporter base.
This is an excellent opportunity for a motivated, creative and targets-driven individual to join our Senior Management Team and play a key role in delivering our strategic plan - changing the lives of girls across the UK.
Girlguiding values the differences that a diverse workforce brings and is committed to inclusivity, and to employing and supporting a diverse workforce. Girlguiding is proud to be part of the Stonewall Diversity Champions programme, a member of the Business Disability Forum, and a member of Time to Change – improving attitudes towards mental health. While Girlguiding’s young members may be girl only, our staff team is mixed gender. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and do not discriminate on the basis of age, disability (physical or mental), gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and belief, sex, and sexual orientation.
We are committed to supporting our staff to achieve a good work-life balance and offer flexible working options wherever we reasonably can. Girlguiding is a COVID secure employer, offering hybrid working and providing support for all employees during the current pandemic. All staff are required to carry out our online health and safety training and complete a DSE risk assessment to ensure we can provide the support you require.
Founded in 2014 by a small team conscious that one of the wealthiest cities in the world experiences food poverty and staggering food waste daily, City Harvest's goal is to connect all available surplus food with those who desperately need it.
City Harvest is now well established as London's emergency response unit for surplus food, with our vans being recognised as symbols of hope for those facing hunger. To date, City Harvest has delivered approaching 25 million meals, whilst offsetting food waste and greenhouse gas emissions.
We provide a lifeline of support for beneficiaries, not only through food but the social connection our food forges. The physical and emotional loads some have had to carry is astounding and City Harvest stands as a pillar of support for vulnerable Londoners. Through the long-lasting relationships with our 350+ charity partners, we have been able to reach millions.
Demand for our food continues to grow and we intend to be equipped to meet it. We have just moved into a new depot, significantly increasing our warehouse capacity, and have received strong support from our funders year on year.
City Harvest are looking for a Head of Fundraising to join the team on a permanent basis.
City Harvest - Head of Fundraising
Location: Acton, West London (flexible working available)
Salary: £65,000 - £70,000 per annum
This pivotal role will provide strategic insight into how and what fundraising looks like at City Harvest London. The Head of Fundraising will work closely with the CEO to develop the fundraising strategy and lead all fundraising activity to generate sufficient income to enable City Harvest to achieve its ambitious growth strategy and materially impact hunger in London. The Head of Fundraising will develop the fundraising strategy with the CEO and execute this to ensure a consistent pipeline of income across a diversified portfolio of revenue streams of both new and substantial repeat income. This post holder will work in partnership with the CEO, as an integral member of the Senior Leadership Team, to grow and develop City Harvest and be the role model to enable the fundraising team of five to flourish.
The successful candidate will have a good understanding of the UK and London charity fundraising landscape, governance and legal requirements. They will also be a successful senior executive with evidence of achieving challenging financial targets; leading and developing teams; getting the best from matrix management; and embedding efficient systems and processes. The successful candidate will also be a leader who shares the values and purpose of City Harvest and who is ambitious to transform the organisation for greater impact. They will also be a naturally dynamic and motivational personality who is energised at the opportunity to raise annual income of more than £5 million, share insights then go further.
Closing date for applications: This role closes at 9am on Monday 31st of January
If you would like to receive a full job description and further information about this role, with details on how to apply, please contact Hannah Laking at Harris Hill via the apply button.
We welcome and encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.
Ronald McDonald House Charities UK is an independent charity which provides free ‘home away from home’ accommodation to families with children in hospital.
We are seeking a dynamic individual with excellent experience of community fundraising and impressive interpersonal and leadership skills, committed to making a difference, to join us as our National Community Fundraising Manager.
We are looking for an exceptional leader to drive forward a motivated and engaged team of community fundraisers on their journey of financial growth to achieve a seven figure target and beyond. You are a creative forward thinking, who is able to further the community fundraising strategy and plan to maximise income from new and existing campaigns, community groups and activities.
You will acquire, develop and engage with community groups/supporters to achieve income targets and coordinate regional and national fundraising events and activities whilst ensuring community fundraising plans align with wider fundraising strategy.
We offer a highly competitive benefits package including:
•A generous Annual Leave allowance of 28 days (Plus UK Bank Holidays) increasing by two days after three years’ service
•Hybrid working option
•Free private health care to staff, their spouse/ civil partner and any dependent children up to the age of 25
•Access to an employee discount scheme for 900+ retailers
•Stakeholder Pension Plan
Location: There are 12 Ronald McDonald Houses across the UK. We would expect applications to be living within communiting distance of a Ronald McDonald House, as well as be prepared to travel across the UK as required.
The Candidate Pack will provide you with more information about the role, remuneration and how to apply, and if this sounds like something you will excel in, we’d love to hear from you.
Closing date for applications is midnight on Monday 14 February 2022.
Prospectus is excited to be partnering with Thames Reach to recruit their new Head of Fundraising and Communications. Thames Reach is a charity based in London supporting people facing street homelessness through prevention, intervention, and recovery. They specialise in helping people with complex and multiple needs, including those associated with poor mental health and substance misuse. They are looking to appoint a new Head of Fundraising and Communications for the first time.
The Head of Fundraising and Communications will primarily be responsible for developing and implementing a fundraising strategy that utilises a great fundraising team and activities that already exist while also creating space to grow fundraising in new areas. Reporting to the Director of People, the post holder will work closely with the CEO and other members of the SMT to align the work of the Fundraising and Communications teams, ensuring business plan targets are met. You will manage high performing Fundraising and Communication teams and ensure supporters and partners are championed and thanked appropriately.
The selected candidate will have demonstrable fundraising leadership experience and will enjoy motivating staff to achieve exceptional, important fundraising and communication results for an organisation. You will have a proven track record of successful income generation through various fundraising revenue streams and will personally have secured five figure gifts. The ideal candidate will have experience of developing and successfully implementing a fundraising strategy too.
For those candidates shortlisted for interview with Thames Reach, interviews are due to take place as follows:
1st Stage interviews - 11th February and 14th February
2nd Stage interview - w/c 21st February
If you feel you meet some of the criteria but not all, we really hope you'll enquire and learn more. Prospectus can advise and support on each part of the role and hopefully your application, so we look forward to hearing from you.
At Prospectus we invest in your journey as a candidate and are committed to supporting you in your application. In order to apply please submit your CV and cover letter. Should your experience be suitable, we will send you the full job description and will arrange for a call and/or meeting to brief you on the role. You'll then have all the information you need to formally apply. We are looking forward to speaking with you soon.
Merton Home Tutoring Service is seeking to appoint a Director to continue the work of our outgoing Director in developing and shaping the future of the organisation.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Farm Africa is at the forefront of transforming rural livelihoods in East Africa, working with smallholder farmers to grow more, earn more, protect the environment and respond to the challenges of climate change.
We are looking for an experienced, energetic and well-networked fundraising leader to join our Senior Management Team and to manage our External Relations department (Fundraising and Communications) for a one-year maternity cover, during what will be a critical and exciting period for the organisation as we deliver on our new strategy.
You will lead the teams to meet our fundraising targets across Individual Giving, Corporate Partnerships, Trusts and Foundations and Events, and to communicate the inspiring results and stories of our projects to a wide audience. It’s an opportunity to build our trust and foundations portfolio, expand our digital reach, and crucially to capitalise on Farm Africa’s unique network and relationships across the UK food and farming sector.
You can find more information about the role and details of how to apply on the jobs page of our website.
The closing date for applications is 9:00 am, Monday 14th February 2022.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
A key senior position within the team, you will focus on high value partnerships including corporates, trusts and foundations.
This is a senior position within income generation, operating in an agile and start-up like culture, built on collaboration and a mission aligned team. Taking a mixed approach when it comes to fundraising, this role will further develop the partnerships pipeline – identifying new opportunities and increasing the support of long term partners.
By adopting a whole business approach in many instances, you will also seek opportunities to support organisations with advisory services that add value in their own workplaces.
The focus for this position is to scale up fundraising by further developing existing relationships, identify new opportunities and increasing the average donation size in order to achieve long term commitments from funding partners. In practice this will mean establishing a core group of funders giving six-figure/multi year funding and building additional support around this.
As Head of Partnerships you will:
- Manage and create strategies for pipeline development – thinking analytically and strategically about long term funding opportunities;
- Secure and develop partnerships which allow for a whole-business approach, with bespoke partnership working;
- Act as the account manager for key relationships with a variety of partners, evolving their engagement by identifying new opportunities for support.
The role would best suit:
- An individual with high value fundraising expertise and a track record of securing partnerships from either corporate, trust or foundation sources (including those run by philanthropists);
- Someone with experience of delivering strategic partnerships with a variety of stakeholders;
- A strategically focused/analytical fundraiser who can identify new opportunities and adapt pipelines accordingly in line with organisational aims;
- An individual with an understanding and passion for social mobility.
The deadline for applications is Monday 7th February, please get in touch for further details.
To apply for this role, please submit your CV to Naomi Carruthers at QuarterFive Fundraising Recruitment. If your experience is a good fit, we will send a job description and may arrange a briefing call to provide you with 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 find a position that is most suitable for you.