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Philanthropy Manager (Trusts and Corporate Partnerships)

London, Greater London (On-site)
£40,000 - £45,000
Job description

Every dog and cat in need deserves expert, personalised care and support, and to be loved. This organisation has a diverse team of c.80 staff and c.150 volunteers, here for dogs, cats, and communities in the UK, in Afghanistan, and in Georgia. They offer expert veterinary care, rescue and rehoming services, programs in the community, and guidance and support to improve the lives of dogs and cats in need.

It is an exciting time to join, with ambitious plans in development to raise the organisations profile and deliver their strategic objectives over the coming years so they can broaden reach and deepen impact for dogs, cats, pet owners, and communities. They feel the urgency of soaring demand for their vital work and feel relentless in their commitment to rise to meet it.

The Philanthropy Manager will lead corporate and trust fundraising, working closely with the Head of Fundraising, Head of International Projects and Relations, and the wider Senior Management Team. You will plan and deliver tailored and engaging applications and pitches, securing both restricted and unrestricted funding.

This role will take ownership of the corporate and trust fundraising strategies, researching new opportunities, developing budgets and approaches, as well as leading the day-to-day relationship management of these important partners.

As Philanthropy Manager, you will:

  • Lead corporate and trust fundraising and develop these areas to increase net income and establish long-term relationships
  • Identify new opportunities within corporate and trust fundraising supporting an income target of c.£200k from Trusts and c.£70k from Corporate
  • Manage and maintain the corporate and trust pipelines, including inputting into the annual budget and monthly management account processes
  • Lead the day-to-day management and stewardship of a portfolio of corporate and grant making bodies, developing tailored plans for each existing and potential funder

Ideal skills and experience:

  • Proven and successful track record of working with corporate partners or trusts and foundations at 4- and 5-figure level
  • Passion for working with organisations and institutional funders to deliver transformative growth
  • Experience of trust and foundation fundraising techniques and project bid submissions
  • Enjoyment of networking and building relationships

Employee benefits include:

  • 33 days (including statutory bank holidays) annual leave, increasing to 34 days after two years’ service and 35 days after five years
  • An extra day off on your birthday
  • On completion of two years’ service, staff have the option to buy or sell up to five days annual leave each year
  • Permanent members of staff, on completion of 2 years’ service, have the opportunity to have an extra five days paid annual leave a year if they are volunteering on a organisation-supported project
  • 10 days sick pay will be paid to staff in a rolling year
  • Health Cash Plan, including visits to the dentist, optician, physiotherapist, chiropractors etc.
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • 50% off veterinary fees and cost price pet food
  • Cycle to work schemes
  • Interest free season ticket loan
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Posted on: 04 December 2023
Closed date: 22 December 2023 at 23:59
Job ref: JB
Tags: Fundraising