Legacy Development Fundraiser
£32K - £36K
Children's Charity Central London (working from home due to government guidelines)
Closing 9th June
Outstanding opportunity to join this Children's Charity in Central London for a Legacy Development Fundraiser to come in and be responsible for managing all aspect of their prospecting, recruitment and development of Gifts in Will campaigns, In Memory Giving and Tribute Fund to help develop and achieve the Charity's Individual Giving objectives. Legacy is the second largest stream of income for the Charity, and you will be joining an ambitious and motivated team with a bold growth strategy.
This is a newly created role and offers a fantastic opportunity to manage key projects in the Philanthropy Department and across the Individual Giving Department. The role will promote Gifts in Will and Tribute activities across the organisation, working closely with colleagues in the wider Fundraising & Engagement Department and colleagues in the Communications Department, from Studio to Press and Digital production. You will manage a range of direct marketing campaigns across a variety of channels.
- Demonstrable success in working in Legacy Marketing, Legacy Fundraiser or Individual Giving and Direct Marketing
- You will have solid experience in both relationship fundraising and direct marketing; being able to brief and review creative development and clearly articulate requirements to internal and external teams
- Strong relationship building skills, able to collaborate effectively with a wide range of individuals
- Solid experience of budget management, monitoring and reporting on organisational KPIs
- Experienced of working/reviewing media buying plans and activities; understanding the role of earned, owned and paid media
- Strong experience in planning and reporting to a range of stakeholders including senior management teams
Interested applicants should send their CV in the first instance to Ben Garner at Charity People.
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