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£37,128 full-time, plus up to 5% employee matched pension contribution
Disability Rights UK
£35,000 - £37,000 per year
Disability Rights UK is the UK's only pan disability charity led by disabled people. We're looking for a self motivated Fundraising Manager.
Relief International
Circa £25,000 - £30,000 pa dependent on previous experience
Voice of Youth and Genuine Empowerment (V.O.Y.A.G.E)
£28,000 - £32,000 per year
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced, self-motivated Fundraising & Events manager to join our growing team.
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New Malden, Greater London
£16,500 per year
Contract, Part-time, 2.5 days per week with scope to become full-time.
Job description

We are Korea Future Initiative. We document violations, establish truths, and sound alarms.

Based in London and Seoul, Korea Future Initiative (KFI) is an NGO that promotes and defends human rights in North Korea. We use information technologies and documentation methods to discover, analyse, organise and present evidence about human rights violations and abuses. We are passionate about establishing the truth and advocating for justice. Our team works in the UK, South Korea, and throughout China and Southeast Asia, and includes North Korean exiles.

KFI is entirely dependent on donations and grants to achieve our aims. Whilst the charity has been lucky during 2019/20 in being awarded some substantial and game-changing grants, we would like to build on these successes by establishing a pool of donors (for the purposes of this role, mainly trusts, foundations and institutional) who give consistently year on year. 

Overall aim and objectives of the post

We want to boost our inhouse fundraising capacity to help KFI grow from a small start-up into an effective, well-renowned self-sustaining organisation by consistently growing our restricted and unrestricted income year on year from trusts and foundations.

If you are a mid-career professional with experience of handling complex and sensitive issues, this is an excellent opportunity to take on a challenging, yet highly rewarding role supporting KFI’s work. As part of a small, ambitious team you will be responsible for expanding income streams from Trusts and Foundations and administering ongoing grants.

Job Description

  • Support the Chief Executive Officer in developing a three-year detailed fundraising plan to support KFI grow sustained and unrestricted revenue from trusts and foundations.
  • Develop KFI’s tools, policies and procedures to support effective fundraising and grant oversight
  • Maintain a pipeline of donor prospects, identify opportunities, develop proposals, and support the CEO in building relationships with prospective funders.
  • Administer ongoing grants in line with the conditions of each of Grant Agreements for KFI’s major grants. Oversee narrative and reporting deadlines. Work closely with the programmatic team to ensure all reports are submitted on time and provide drafting support as necessary. 
  • Secure significant one-off and multi-year funding for core costs from new Trusts and Foundations which will increase our annual income and enable us to operate effectively for the period 2022-2025 in line with the milestones specified in KFI fundraising plan.
  • Build relationships and develop a network of supportive funding contacts willing to provide KFI with funding and/or in-kind support - mentoring, business development support etc 

Essential skills and experience

A minimum of three years’ experience working in a busy fundraising function either as part of a small team or part of a larger organisation, including experience of administering grants and partnership agreements

Demonstrated commitment to the values and mission of KFI

Significant experience in successful prospect research

Knowledge of the human rights sector. Experience of successfully fundraising from individuals, trusts, foundations and statutory bodies who support human rights.

A track record of initiating and building relationships with funders

Demonstrable experience of writing and editing high-quality written content. Be a talented storyteller.

Significant experience of fundraising


  • Are friendly with a positive attitude
  • Have a proven ability to spot, tell and write a story – alongside excellent attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Have demonstrable experience of writing and editing high-quality written content.
  • Have a track record of working under pressure in a fast-paced environment
  • Are highly organised, able to act on own initiative and meet deadlines
  • Are creative and confident in putting forward and discussing new ideas
  • Have the capacity to work collaboratively and constructively in a small team with an entrepreneurial feel
  • Are keen to build and develop the role as suits the needs of the organisation

We welcome  and  encourage  applicants  from all  backgrounds  and   do  not discriminate on the basis of age, disability (physical or learning), LGBTQI+ or relationship status, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and belief, gender or social class. We particularly welcome applications from BAME candidates.

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Posted on: 22 December 2020
Closing date: 31 January 2021
Tags: Fundraising

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