NFP People on behalf of Momentum
East Molesey, Greater London (On-site)
£35,000 - £42,000 per year
Permanent, Part-time, Full-time
Job description

Corporate Fundraising Manager

We are seeking a Corporate Fundraising Manager role is to lead the Corporate Partnerships programme. This is an exciting and fast-paced environment, within a creative and dynamic team.

Momentum Children’s Charity supports families whose children have cancer or a life-challenging condition.

Position: Corporate Fundraising Manager

Location: Hampton Court Head Office

Salary: £35,000 to £42,000 per annum (Pro-rata)

Hours: Full Time/Part-time – 32 - 40 hours


About the role:

As Corporate Fundraising Manager you will lead the Corporate Partnerships programme; sourcing, developing and sustaining funding partnerships with a wide range of corporations and securing commercial sponsorship for our programme of engagement projects. This is a senior and hands-on role.  You will take responsibility for developing and sustaining your own portfolio of corporate partners working with them to secure significant funds.

Some of the main areas of responsibility:

  • Develop and implement a corporate strategy which increases income and the numbers of corporate partners
  • Provide line management support to the corporate fundraiser(s)
  • Secure new business support from companies taking a strategic and proactive approach to new business development
  • Develop creative and compelling new business pitches, presentations and proposals for a range of corporates
  • Support the development of a pipeline of corporate partnership prospects, with a potential focus on locally-based large companies as well as national organisations who consider local charity partnerships.
  • Work with the Marketing Manager to maximise the potential of partnerships to raise awareness of the work of the charity and to support the corporate relationship
  • Manage income and expenditure budgets to ensure that targets are met, providing regular reports to Head of Fundraising

About you:

To be successful in the role of Corporate Fundraising Manager you will need a proven, impressive track record of delivering corporate/charity partnerships.

The ideal candidate will also have experience of:

  • Proven track record in achieving financial and non-financial targets
  • High level fundraising, account management or sales experience in a client-facing environment
  • The ability to think strategically and manage a large and complex workload
  • Excellent negotiating and influencing skills
  • Excellent verbal, written and presentation skills

Although not essential a good working knowledge of MS Office and CRM databases, knowledge of Institute of Fundraising codes of practice and a good understanding of budgeting and financial management would be desirable for this role.

In Return:

Momentum Children’s Charity’s vision is that no family whose child has cancer or a life-challenging condition should have to cope alone. We’re passionate about helping as many families as we can to keep moving forward, and we want to grow, so that we can help even more families.

You will receive a fantastic benefits package including:

  • 20% Remote working
  • Annual leave 6.6 working weeks (subject to a maximum of 33 days) inclusive of any public/bank holidays, increasing with each year of service.
  • Opportunity for stays at our holiday cabins (subject to availability)
  • Sick Pay – 2 working weeks
  • Massage offered to all staff from our office
  • Supervision for Family Support team
  • Regular staff social activities and events


Other roles you may have experience of could include; Corporate Partnerships, Business Development, Sales, Partnerships Manager, Engagement Manager, Partnerships Manager, Fundraising Manager, Income Generation Manager, Funding, Corporate Fundraising, Community Fundraising, Fundraiser, Income Generation Manager, Major Donor Fundraiser, Corporate Fundraiser, etc.



Posted on: 04 January 2022
Closed date: 03 February 2022 at 23:59
Job ref: 2972
Tags: Fundraising, Business Development