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Greater London (Hybrid)
£30,000 - £32,000 per year
Contract, Min 9 months, Part-time
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Job description
 
This organisation supports anonymous recruitment. That means hiding your personal identifying information, removing bias from the hiring process.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a small charity in year 4 to help them secure further

funding to support the great work of the organisation. GROW is looking for a candidate to

manage some existing long-term partnerships, secure new corporate partnerships and funding

on both a local and national level. There is the opportunity to curate a calendar of fundraising

events and to create new fundraising initiatives throughout the year, keeping the GROW farm

and programmes at the forefront of all activity.

Key Accountabilities:

Events and Partnerships

- Stewardship of key existing corporate partnerships, managing agreed corporate

fundraising goals and events with the aim of extending the relationships.

- Responsible for project managing a number of income generating events, partner

events and fundraising campaigns.

- Developing new online and IRL fundraising initiatives and campaigns to secure

engagement and income.

- Identify new fundraising partnerships with corporate partners and brands in Barnet and

beyond.

- Coordinate paid for corporate volunteering days on the GROW Farm for partners.

- Contribute to the development of all fundraising materials, including but not limited to a

corporate fundraising and volunteering pack.

Relationship management/Stewardship

- Stewardship of existing major donor relationships and development of any new

prospects.

- Maintain donor thanking processes and sending regular updates to all donors.

- Source prizes for raffles, auctions & prize draws and liaise with winners.

- Touring external visitors, guests, and stakeholders on the GROW farm.

Income generation and financial management

- Ensure that income and engagement targets are met inline with GROW’s fundraising

strategy.

- Reporting of all fundraising income to the finance department to ensure all income is

correctly accounted for and tracked.

- Track Gift Aid claims on all donations.

Community Engagement

- Maintain a strong network and high visibility within the Barnet community and attend

key community and networking events.

General

- Liaising with internal departments to ensure streamlined processes.

- Regularly communicating key fundraising updates to the wider team.

- Create and manage event budgets accurately to ensure no overspending is done.

- Identify and approach all suitable and relevant trusts and foundations using grant

finders and industry news.

- Write funding bids and applications for small grants (Up to £10k).

- Contribute to impact and funding reports.

- Use social media platforms to promote and enhance fundraising messaging and

strategies.

- Establish fundraising or initiatives for special events and celebrative ‘times of year’ ie

Christmas & Halloween.

- Work with any external PR agencies to grow brand awareness around the organisation.

- Work with ambassadors and celebrities who can promote and support GROW.

- Act as an external face of GROW, to build brand awareness, trust, recognition and

perception.

- You may be required to carry out other duties that may reasonably be required in line

with your main duties and responsibilities

- Be mindful of child safeguarding at all times. Keep up-to-date with relevant training and

understand GROW and TTA’s safeguarding policies and procedures

Skills/Knowledge/Expertise

- 3+ years of fundraising experience in managing corporate partnerships or events

management

- Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Fluency in written and spoken

English.

- Understanding of the corporate social responsibility landscape and the fundraising

regulation code of conduct.

- Strong attention to detail and accuracy.

- Experience of cost control and budget management relating to events.

- Experience and confidence working with a variety of stakeholders from Major Donors to

community members.

- Proficient in IT skills.

- An understanding of grant processes and bid writing.

Nice to have

- Knowledge of the Barnet area

- Experience using social media platform

- Knowledge and interest in agroecology and sustainable food growing and education.

- Knowledge and practical application of Google Drive tools

- A passion for supporting young people in realising their potential.

Benefits

- Access to the GROW Farm and 20% off produce

- Free weekly yoga on site

- Flexible working/WFH

- 28 days holiday pro rata

- Subsidised lunches

Everyone is welcome:

At GROW we’re committed to creating an inclusive workplace and are proud to be an equal opportunities

employer. We believe that uniqueness is powerful and that diversity drives innovation.

All qualified and eligible applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to gender,

gender identity or expression, race, national origin, religion or belief, disability, age, sexual orientation or

pregnancy and maternity.

We actively encourage applications from all backgrounds and communities; in particular those who are

currently under-represented in the charity sector including BAME and disabled candidates. We are

committed to having a team that is made up of diverse skills, experiences and abilities.

More about We Are Grow

About GROW

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Refreshed on: 09 August 2022
Closing date: 25 August 2022 at 23:30
Job ref: Fundraising Manager
Tags: Fundraising,Project Management

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