Award-winning Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal, the Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity, is seeking an outstanding individual for the newly created post of Trust Fundraising Officer. This will be an exceptionally rewarding role for a first-class and bright individual, who has excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Working alongside the Philanthropy Manager and the Trust Fundraising Executive, this position will be responsible for building upon the established pipeline of grant making trusts, writing compelling proposals, successfully researching, cultivating and stewarding donors, and growing The Grand Appeal’s support from trusts and foundations to facilitate future support.
This role will be based at Grand Appeal HQ in the charity’s newly renovated building on Upper Maudlin Street opposite the Bristol Children’s Hospital, close to the beautiful Bristol Harbourside and the range of shops in Cabot Circus and Quakers Friars.
The Grand Appeal works in partnership with Aardman Animations to support Bristol Children’s Hospital and the region’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. With a multi-million pound programme of investment in the hospital, from research to family accommodation to patient, family and staff wellbeing, and a growing supporter base, The Grand Appeal is expanding fast. The Grand Appeal is the charity behind the internationally successful and multi award-winning Gromit Unleashed and Shaun in the City art trails which are now part of the fabric of the city and which have brought millions of visitors to Bristol from all over the world.
Based across 6 sites in Bristol, The Grand Appeal offers a dynamic, supportive and rewarding workplace for its approx. 50 staff. The bedrock of our organisation is its strong team culture in which all staff play an important part. Our staff are talented, creative, ambitious and The Grand Appeal’s most important resource. If this sounds like the right workplace culture for you, you have the required skills and experience, and you are looking for a new challenge, please do get in touch.
Work for The Grand Appeal and you’ll do more than just a job. The work we do really makes a difference to sick children, their families and the staff who care for them 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Together, we help save lives.
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