Our vision is to ensure that the 99,000 children and young people with life-shortening conditions in the UK have lives that are as fulfilling as possible.
Unfortunately, more and more families are suffering through their family’s short life and they are suffering alone.
Together for Short Lives cannot save a child’s life but we can save a family from a lifetime of suffering.
We work with families and the brilliant people and services that support them in hospitals, in children’s hospices and in the community – to ensure no family has to suffer through their child’s short life alone and can instead treasure every moment they have together.
About the role
We are recruiting for a Corporate Partnerships Manager to join our Fundraising team. The Corporate Partnerships Team manage partnerships with nationwide, high profile companies that raise vital funds for our direct work with families, and on behalf of the UK’s 54 children’s hospices, many of whom are currently pushed to their limits.
Part of a small team, you will manage and develop a portfolio of long-term relationships with a select group of strategically important corporate partners, including three household names. These award-winning partnerships raise significant income for Together for Short Lives – as such you’ll be an outstanding account manager, excited to lead on projects from the get-go and motivated to achieve success on behalf of the children and families we support.
We have recently developed a new fundraising strategy, a new fundraising brand and secured investment to develop our corporate fundraising. Our ambition is to grow our corporate support and secure more strategic partnerships, both long-term and high value. The Corporate Partnerships Manager will play a vital role in ensuring that both current and new partners are passionate about fundraising, committed to changing children’s lives, and aware of how incredibly valuable their support is.
We are reasonably flexible on location. Ideally you will be able to spend two days a week in Bristol with the team; as the Corporate Partnerships Manager looks after relationships with nationwide companies, a willingness to travel across the UK is required. What is crucial is that you have the experience, knowledge and above all the desire to deliver outstanding partnerships that will raise significant income and help ensure all children and families get the support they need.
To discuss this role further or to make arrangements for an informal chat with Lucy Crisp, Head of Corporate Partnerships, please contact our recruitment team via our website.
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