Fundraising Consultant Brief
Connect: North Korea (CNK) is a charity which supports North Korean refugees to integrate through English-language learning, mental health care, and advice services. Founded in January 2018, Connect: North Korea provides support to UK-based North Koreans in our Community Centre in southwest London.
Following 3 years of growth and support to the community, Connect: North Korea is changing tact to improve our impact: over the next year, we are reshaping our mission and focus to working with North Korean refugees to gain personal, professional, and academic skills and qualifications to enable them to thrive in their new lives and build stronger communities through the provision of scholarships and support programmes to enable refugees to enter vocational and tertiary education.
AIM & PURPOSE OF ENGAGING A FUNDRAISING CONSULTANT
CNK is a growing non-profit currently with some multi-year grant funding secured. We are recruiting a fundraising consultant to help with the relaunch of our organisation’s programming in late 2021.
CNK is seeking a consultant with a record of achievement developing case for supports within social welfare/refugee support organisations to help us launch our programming. The consultant will report to the CEO of CNK and deliver the following outputs and activities:
- Develop brand-new cases for support.
- Engage in prospect research and develop our pipeline to include funders who are able to give in the region of £10,000+ to support the piloting and development of this work.
- The possibility of testing the new case for support with some of those funders.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
- Significant fundraising experience in the social welfare/refugee support sectors, with particular experience in developing cases for support.
- Ability to demonstrate a commitment to the values and mission of CNK.
FEES and CONTRACT LENGTH
It is anticipated that a consultant will be formally engaged in February 2021 and that the role will last 1 month. This will be confirmed at interview stage. This role can be performed remotely from anywhere with internet access.
Our maximum budget for the fundraising consultancy contract, including consultant expenses and VAT where applicable, is £5,000. The agreed fee would be paid at intervals according to an agreed delivery plan and on receipt of an invoice.
The consultant is responsible for all income tax liabilities and National Insurance or similar contributions relating to the fee payment as required by law. The consultant required to have relevant insurances in place including Professional Indemnity Insurance and, if appropriate, Employers’ Liability Insurance as required by law. On appointment, the contractor will need to provide a statement about how they manage personal data to GDPR.
Applications are accepted until the close of business on February 28th. We are holding interviews and applications arrive until the position is filled.
Applicants are required to submit:
- An up-to-date CV
- A maximum 2-page proposal, laying out how they plan to approach the work, the timelines they would envisage, the costs, the final deliverables to CNK, and a list of three professional references.
The candidates will be shortlisted for an interview via Zoom or Skype on ongoing basis until the right successful candidate is appointed.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.