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Cinnamon Network, Remote
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Remote
£45,000 - £50,000 per year
Permanent, Part-time, 22.5 hours per week
Actively Interviewing
Job description

Cinnamon Network is seeking an experienced fundraiser to lead our business development team and join the senior leadership of the charity. 

With a successful track-record of income generation from a variety of sources, and a growing reputation as a charity that provides the practical support churches need to engage communities, this position is ideally suited to an individual who shares our passion for the local church and has at least 5 years of income generation experience. 

In this multifaceted role, the Head of Business Development will be responsible for developing and delivering the charity's fundraising strategy, with the goal of securing an annual income of just under £1 million. To achieve this, the individual will lead the approach to charitable trusts, individual givers, and prospective funding partners in the voluntary, statutory, and private sectors.

Given the significance of this role, the Head of Business Development will join Cinnamon’s senior leadership team and contribute to the overall strategy and development of the charity.

Main Responsibilities 

  1. Fundraising strategy 
    Developing Cinnamon’s annual fundraising strategy and managing the funding pipeline to help the charity meet its budgetary commitments.   

  2. Trust fundraising 
    The majority of Cinnamon’s income is generated through charitable trust fundraising.  This role will involve writing applications to current funders and identifying new prospects.   

  3. Partnership fundraising 
    Working closely with Cinnamon’s executive team, the Head of Business Development will identify new strategic funding partners and work across departments to develop a suitable approach. This will involve travel to meet prospective donors across the UK and verbal presentations and pitches to commissioners and decision makers. 
     

  4. Individual giving 
    The Head of Business Development will help to grow this small, yet significant aspect of Cinnamon’s income generation strategy, by developing legacy giving and innovative individual fundraising initiatives. 

  5. Overseeing reports and donor communication. 
    Maintaining excellent communication and reporting to existing givers is essential. The Head of Business Development will provide line management for Cinnamon’s Partnership Manager who undertakes this role, ensuring that appropriate information is produced and shared in a timely manner. 

  6. Joining Cinnamon’s senior leadership team 
    Cinnamon is looking for a motivated, resourceful and innovative leader who will sit with the existing team and contribute insights that will help to further our charitable objectives and achieve financial sustainability. Effective written and verbal reports for use at these meetings is essential.

About Cinnamon Network 

Purpose - What is our ultimate aim?

We equip local churches to connect with people in their communities both practically and compassionately.

Beneficiaries - Who do we serve  

We support local churches and Christian organisations who are passionate about engaging their communities and are eager to do so with professionalism and generosity.

Definition - What do we do?  

We build the capacity and capability of local churches and Christian social franchises so they can help more people.

Deliverable - How do we do it?  

Through our national community we create connections, share knowledge, inspire action, and address injustice. We do this by finding breakthrough initiatives, delivering training, providing one-to-one support, connecting people with funding, publishing resources, sharing knowledge and suggesting solutions.

Differentiation - What makes us different?  

Our community development and social franchise practitioners use proven methods to help churches and Christian organisations to join in with what God is doing as they address relevant issues in their communities.

Need - What need are we meeting? 

There is a great disparity of wealth and opportunity in many communities, despite them being rich in social capital. We know churches see the suffering and feel compelled to respond, but many just don’t know how. With premises, access to volunteers, knowledge of their communities, and a deep sense of compassion and injustice, churches are a force for good that Cinnamon wants to support.

Behaviours - How do we do things? 

We’re Christ-centred – We look to Christ as our inspiration and our guide. We commit all our work to the Lord in prayer, reflecting on our practice in the light of God’s leading.

We’re practical – We are focused on practically supporting churches and Christian social franchises. We always ask ourselves, “what difference will this make at a grass roots community level?”

We bring expertise – We strive as a team to pool our resources, share our expertise, and make use of our diversity.

We connect people and ideas – We share our work widely whilst partnering with others to maximise our collective impact.

Application Instructions

In a covering letter of no more than 2-sides of A4, please outline your suitability for the position based on the role description.

More about Cinnamon Network

Cinnamon Network works closely with churches across the UK and Ireland to help them transform communities.

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Refreshed on: 18 January 2022
Closing date: 19 February 2022
Tags: Christian,Fundraising

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