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W2, London
£30,000 - £35,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
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Job description

Are you passionate about making a difference to people’s lives?  In the UK 1 in 20 people has ADHD – yet only a fifth of those are diagnosed.  ADHD is the most misunderstood of the neurodiversities. ADHD funding, services, awareness, sympathy and understanding fall far short of other neurodiversities like dyslexia and autism.  We’re looking for someone with experience of charity fundraising. An innovator with a record of success who can hit the ground running.

Additional Benefits

  • Bonus scheme (up to 20% of salary paid quarterly)
  • Generous Holiday Allowance of 30 days plus bank holidays. (Total 38 holiday days per year).
  • Hybrid working option (Upto 40% working from home)

About Us

ADHD UK is a newly founded small, high-growth, mental health charity with big ambitions.  We’re looking for someone to help us evolve and change the futures for people with ADHD. We work under our 5 pillars:-

  • Information: We use the internet to enable us to deliver nationwide reaching millions of people at a fraction of the historical cost.  We’ve put a lot of effort into our web site and in 2022 we want to develop it further into the most comprehensive resource on ADHD in the UK.  So we’re constantly researching services for ADHD and creating new pages of helpful information as well as reaching people with Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
  • Support: We’re starting 2022 with 8x the number of national online support events that we had a year ago.  We also use Facebook and WhatsApp to provide 24x7 national support groups, our Facebook groups also grew around 8x last year.  Knowing that you are not alone is an enormous comfort to our customers so we will be expanding this further in 2022.
  • Research: With a strong customer base we are able to carry out our own research – current programmes include waiting times for ADHD assessments and lived experience of support services for ADHD at work plus benefits for students and unemployed.  In 2022 we plan to start funding third party research including researching the effects of late diagnosis on ADHD people’s lives.
  • Advocacy: We work with employers to help them develop neurodiversity-friendly workplaces, both through our Employer Pack and through training and presentations to organisations.  In 2022 we plan to extend the Employer Pack and offer further support and training services for employers and employees, some of which are revenue generators. 
  • Awareness: Use of our website grew tenfold last year and we also work with the press, e.g. we recently launched a press panel of people with lived experience of ADHD, resulting in coverage on SKY News in January 2022.  PR is an area we will be growing this year. We are also planning campaigns to drive changes from the top of government for pupils and students.

About The Role

Working with the CEO and reporting directly to the Board you will be our first full time fundraising specialist. Your role will therefore encompass all aspects of the job. The charity is growing quickly and there is an opportunity for you to grow with it – with responsibilities and remuneration growing quickly in tandem with the financial growth of the charity.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Developing and implementing a fundraising strategy – including mass marketing, high net worth donors, corporates and grants.
  • Developing and executing fundraising ideas - looking to maximise the net income for the charity.
  • Be the key donor contact and build strong relationships that include but are not limited to key donors, corporates and grant making bodies.
  • Develop and build on our current systems to ensure every donation is processed, thanked and tracked on agreed SLAs.
  • To support the administrator with enquiries and setting up relevant templates and processes.
  • Create and project manage all mass fundraising communications both digital and online. This includes but is not limited to social media, event announcements and a monthly e-newsletter.
  • Managing and encouraging volunteers to fundraise for us.
  • Ensuring all our fundraising activity is complaint with all relevant legislation. Including GDPR compliance of all fundraising activities.
  • Ensure all our data and databases are kept to a high standard.
  • Budget management and reporting

It is important to us that the successful candidate is:

  • Extremely comfortable with IT and learning new software. We leverage technology to be more effective and offer training in the software we use.
  • Able to build rapport and relationships with people quickly over email and phone.
  • Strong writing skills with an ability to write in an engaging manner.
  • Well organised and can work to deadlines.
  • Has previous experience in charity fundraising.
  • Self starter. Driven and ambitious.
  • Strong with data and numbers.

The role is full time and office based (Central London, W2). Hybrid working is an option with 3 days in the office 2 days working from home.

More about ADHD UK

ADHD UK was founded in 2020 with a mission to help those affected by ADHD – either those that have the condition or peop... Read more

Posted on: 18 January 2022
Closing date: 04 February 2022
Tags: Fundraising

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