Charity People are delighted to have partnered with Croydon Vision in their search for an experienced Trust Fundraiser to join their team This is a part-time opportunity, offering flexibility and the opportunity to work with an inspiring CEO with a portfolio with lots of potential.
Croydon Vision is dedicated to improving the lives of blind and partially sighted people. 9,420 people are currently living in Croydon with some form of sight loss. Croydon Vision provide paid and subsidised support services both physically and virtually. They ensure no-one is left behind.
Croydon Vision transform lives and create a journey to independence. They encourage people to re-evaluate what's
possible when you're blind or partially sighted, to know there is life after sight loss.
You will join Croydon Vision during a period or growth. Between 2018 and 2020 their income grew by 42%. You will build on this growth by developing a strategic Trusts and Foundations program.
You will work closely with the Croydon Vison team to gain an understanding of their impact in the community.
Working closely with the CEO you will write compelling grant applications that get to the heart of Croydon Vision and help them secure funding to empower more blind and partially sighted people.
The ideal person for this role will be have experience securing funding from trusts and foundations and will have a creative and emotive writing style. You will be innovative in your approach to applications.
You will be motivated by Croydon Vision's mission and will be keen to join and work closely with team, an amazing and passionate group.
This role is a part-time, flexible role. We are open to candidates who are looking for 2 or 3 days per week. We are also open to experienced remote based candidates.
To apply please send your CV or for more information contact Emma Adams. We encourage you to applyas soon as possible.
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