London, Greater London
£35,000 per year
Contract, Full-time
Job description

Become the first Community Fundraiser Lead in Lewisham! 

Local organisations have formed a Lewisham Fundraising Collaboration for a 1-year pilot project. The charities involved have a strong history of collaboration and are keen to explore new partnership opportunities with each other as well as individual bids to strengthen existing work. The hope is that the project will successfully raise funds for Collaboration partners and strengthen smaller local voluntary sector organisations, with the role potentially continuing for future years beyond the initial pilot.

We are looking for an experienced fundraiser with a successful track record and ambition to work in partnership with an exciting new collaboration of local organisations. You will have an excellent understanding of the Lewisham voluntary sector and its challenges and up to date knowledge of funders’ priorities and emerging opportunities. You will have a clear, confident communication style and can proactively build strong relationships with Collaboration partners offering clear funding intelligence to determine prioritising bids. You will be able to manage competing priorities, a varied workload and be able to respond quickly and decisively to new funding opportunities.

BAME candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.

Additional documents
Job Description - Community Fundraiser Lead (.docx)
Job Application Form (.docx)
Equal Opportunities Form (.docx)
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Rushey Green Time Bank

Rushey Green Time Bank is a local charity based in Lewisham and uses an asset-based approach to community development to encourage all living l... Read more

Refreshed on: 06 January 2021
Closing date: 25 January 2021
Tags: Fundraising, Training

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