Area Fundraising Manager - (Scotland, Northern Ireland and the North of England)
Location: Home based, anywhere in the patch - Permanent role
Salary: £27,540 - £30,933 per annum + £3000 car allowance
Here at Eden Brown I'm delighted to be supporting a much loved national charity who are looking to appoint an Area Fundraising Manager to oversee the fundraising activity across Scotland, Northern Ireland and the North of England region to help support the organisations rapid growth. This truly inspirational health charity is able to provide help and support to millions throughout the country and plays an integral role in funding critical research for both treatment and prevention of one of the biggest health threats.
As an Area Fundraising Manager you will be responsible for managing and supporting a team of regionally based fundraisers to deliver income and achieve net contribution targets. You will contribute towards the planning and delivery of the community fundraising strategy, to recruit and engage new supporters and grown income. You will build and maintain high-value relationships with supporters to ensure retention and key supporters, while delivering excellent supporter experience and stewardship.
To be considered for this role you will come with experience of community fundraising management. You will have previous line-management experience and have a proven track record in leading motivating and supporting a team of fundraisers, to deliver against income targets and KPI's. The successful candidate will be a keen relationship builder and have excellent communication skills, with the ability to use their influencing to deliver the best outcomes and opportunities for their team. In return, this position offers the opportunity to be an integral part of a thriving team that sits within this organisation, at a time of incredible growth.
This home-based position, offers flexibility, a salary range of £27,540 - £30,933 + £3000 car allowance and fabulous benefits this is a great opportunity not to be missed, to make a real difference for this worthy cause!
To register your interest, or to hear more about this fantastic opportunity, please contact Shabnam on [email protected] / 0113 2207 540.
Eden Brown is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Eden Brown Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
This is an exciting opportunity for a Marketing & Fundraising Manager to join an innovative team with an ambitious passionate culture to improve the quality of dementia care. Parkhaven Trust is a well-established charity which has been responding to the changing needs of service users for over 125 years. We currently provide a range of excellent residential and support services across Maghull, Merseyside.
Full or Part-time considered for an initial 12 month contract with potential for extention.
Overall Role Purpose
To provide marketing, business development and fundraising support to Parkhaven Trust. This role will report into the CEO and work alongside the relevant Service Leads on implementing the marketing plan to achieve the defined objectives and KPI’s.
The role will include: fundraising, business development activities and marketing campaigns, events and initiatives and support with social media plans as well as internal communications.
- To have an understanding of the Trusts market objectives, market position, target audiences and help to reinforce, internally and externally, our positioning in the market
- Supports the creation of the marketing plan, initiatives and activities
- Delivery of the marketing plan, providing support with advertisement, sponsorship, events, marketing literature, and fundraising initiatives and produces the internal newsletter.
- Support the Service Managers with the creation of marketing initiatives and literature to increase profile and generate new users for the services
- Helps to ensure appropriate follow up takes place after each marketing activity
- The implementation and analysis of service user and family surveys
- Production of marketing communication to families
- Event co-ordination, which may include booking venues, event administration and on the day event management.
- Manage and completion of external award submissions
- Ensuring all marketing collateral is visible in appropriate areas
- Creation and implementation of fundraising activities
- The management of the website and content
- Manages any third party supplier relationships in relation to marketing
- Attends relevant networking events to promote Parkhaven Trust
- Competitor monitoring – review of competitor websites and local press to enable local team to keep abreast of event and campaign activity.
- Attending team meetings as required
- Supports the finance manager with the local marketing budget required to support the implementation of the marketing plan
- Delivers the agreed fundraising target
- Supports the local teams in reporting against KPIs.
- Is a confident and clear communicator and builds strong relationships with employees, families and service users at all levels
- Works collaboratively across the teams
- Acts as a role model and an advocate for the Trust
- Works in line with the Parkhaven Trust’s values,
- Seeks regular feedback and identifies and acts upon learning and development needs in order to develop technical and personal skills.
Desirable - Education/qualifications
- Marketing qualification, ie CIM Diploma or Post-Graduate Diploma or appropriate equivalent professional qualification
- Experience within a service organisation preferably health/social care related
Essential - Experience
- Some experience in a comparative role
- Some experience of fundraising activities
- Experience of coordinating marketing, activities with measurable outcome
- Strong communication skills and the ability to challenge
- Strong organizational skills
- Experience of managing own time and completing multiple tasks/assignments with potentially competing deadlines
- Understanding of analysis, and measuring ROI
- good communication and interpersonal skills
- good organisational skills
- enthusiastic and eager to learn
- motivated and a self-starter
- experience of Microsoft packages including PowerPoint
Interview date: 27th September 2019
Lucy Cavendish College is seeking a Fundraising Manager to join the small, friendly team in our Development Office.
Fundraising Manager (Trust and Foundations)
In the region of £35,000 p.a.
37.5 hrs per week
Working closely with the Development Director you will identify and engage charitable trusts and foundations and solicit major donations as well as managing a small portfolio of individual donors. Assuming responsibility for the corporate partners programme, you will play an important part in ensuring the Development Office works effectively to support the mission, aims and objectives of the College and its strategic plan.
Using your excellent interpersonal skills, you will be well organised, enthusiastic and have the ability to build productive relationships. You will have demonstrable experience in high level prospect identification and proven experience of soliciting charitable gifts from a wide range of sources. In addition, you will have the ability to write compelling fundraising proposals for submissions to charitable trust and foundations and have significant fundraising experience.
In return we can offer a benefits package including 33 days holiday, free lunches whilst on duty and kitchens are open, a contributory pension scheme, car parking and a health cash back scheme.
Closing date: Monday 30th September at 10.00am
Interviews to be held W/C 7th October 2019
To Apply and for More Information:
If you would like to apply and find out more about this position, please click the apply button to be directed to our website.
No agencies please.
Community Fundraising Officer (12 Month Contract)
Aldershot, Hampshire (with travel to visit community groups)
We are Step by Step (SbS), a charity dedicated to supporting local young people who are going through hard times, including homelessness. Founded in 1987, we provide accommodation, personal development opportunities and specialist support services to help young people identify and fulfil their aspirations.
We’re now looking for a Community Fundraising Officer to join us on a 12 month contract and raise income from community groups.
- Salary of circa £27,000 per annum DOE
- Pension scheme
- Employee assistance programme
- 25 days’ leave plus Bank Holidays (rising with service)
- Flexible working patterns
- The option to work from home
- Free parking
- Work laptop and mobile phone
If you are an enthusiastic fundraising professional with great relationship-building skills, this is an incredible opportunity to take on a rewarding contract where you can make a real difference.
The funds you raise will directly support our vital work, providing young people with the support and resources they need to overcome challenges and build brighter futures.
You will have the chance to work alongside an honest, open team who are passionate about changing lives and strive for excellence in all they do.
As a Community Fundraising Officer, you will increase the income we receive from community groups, such as schools, churches and golf clubs.
In this exciting role, you’ll visit community groups throughout the area, build positive relationships and tell them about how they can help to transform young people’s lives.
Reporting to the Senior Fundraising Manager, you will:
- Help to market and promote community-based campaigns
- Identify and secure new community supporters for our charity
- Steward and manage existing community supporters
- Support events and activities to drive income
To join us as a Community Fundraising Officer, you will need:
- Experience in a fundraising role and a successful track record of hitting fundraising targets
- Previous experience of using a database
- Basic budgeting and financial knowledge
- Proficiency in MS Office
- A full driving licence, access to your own vehicle and a willingness to travel
Other organisations may call this role Charity Fundraiser, Fundraising Associate, Fundraising Assistant, Fundraising Officer, Fundraising Executive, Fundraising Co-ordinator or Community Fundraising Co-ordinator.
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Working hours: 40 hours per week (with some evening and weekend work)
This is an exciting opportunity to play a key role in the development of fundraising work at Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust. As a Fundraising Officer, the post holder will have the opportunity to help us make a real difference by raising vital funds for our work supporting those affected by cervical cancer and cervical cell changes (abnormalities) and our work promoting prevention of cervical cancer through the HPV vaccine and cervical screening. Jo’s exciting vision is the elimination of cervical cancer in the UK.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to help the team maximise income while providing support to our fundraisers, and donors, who are the backbone of our organisation. Many of our supporters have been through a cervical cancer diagnosis or have lost someone to the illness so are very engaged and passionate about the charity. The post holder will also have the scope to look for and develop bespoke activities for specific audiences within their portfolio such as Health Care Professionals.
The person we are looking for will be proactive and willing to build relationships and drive forward income generation rather than simply administrate what comes in. They will manage our relationships and stewardship with individual donors and fundraisers (who are carrying out activity to raise money for the Charity) and ensure there we promoting legacies at every opportunity. They will also play a key role in managing our fundraising materials and merchandise.
The post holder should have at least 1 year professional fundraising experience.
To apply for this role please send a CV and a covering letter to Emilia Carman, Head of Fundraising. Further information can be found on our website. Applications without a covering letter will not be considered.
Closing date for application: 12pm Thursday 19th September 2019
1st Interview date: Thursday 26th September 2019
2nd Interview date: Wednesday 2nd October 2019
Are you passionate and creative? Can you inspire others through storytelling? We have a fabulous opportunity to join a small dynamic Charity and contribute to our continued groth.
Peasholme Charity works with disadvantaged and socially excluded people, in particular, those experiencing homelessness or at risk of losing their homes. We address social exclusion and poverty by empowering people to realise their aspirations and achieve their full potential.
The succesful candidate will work closely with the Charity Manager and the Board of Trustees to achieve sustainable diverse funding from a range of sources including individual giving, corporate support, and trusts and foundations.
The post is currently funded for 12 months, and the succesful candidate will be expected to work their hours flexibly and could include working from home.
Application packs are available to download from Peasholme Charity website
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Dock, Wapping Lane, London
Action Tutoring is an education charity that supports pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds to succeed in school.
In the UK today, young people facing socio-economic disadvantage are less likely to achieve the grades they need to progress in life. This isn’t because they are any less able – it’s because they have less access to tools to support them to realise their potential.
We help to level the playing field by working in partnership with schools to deliver weekly tutoring in English or Maths, to pupils who need it the most.
Due to ongoing growth, we are now looking for a Fundraising Manager to join us in London and ensure a strong pipeline for our future.
- Salary of £32,000 - £35,000 per annum
- Flexible working
- Workplace pension
- 25 days’ holiday plus Bank Holidays
- Team socials
- Recognition schemes to celebrate staff who go above and beyond
If you have experience of fundraising with grants, trusts or corporates, this is an incredible opportunity to take your next step up and join a charity that’s supporting the UK’s most disadvantaged young people.
It’s an exciting time to join our team. We have ambitious plans for growth over the next few years to expand our work and benefit even more young people. Ensuring a solid financial base for the organisation is essential to achieving this goal – and that’s where you come in.
As an education charity, we understand the importance of providing learning and development opportunities for our staff. You’ll receive a comprehensive induction and full training and will have the chance to broaden your areas of responsibility as you grow alongside the organisation.
As the Fundraising Manager, you will develop and implement a fundraising strategy and ensure that our fundraising targets are met.
In this key role, you will establish new relationships with trusts and foundations, develop our corporate case for support, manage relationships with funders and develop plans to increase our income from events and individual donors.
Our strengths include our strong base of faithful long-term funders, demonstrable evidence of impact to strengthen our case for support, a strong reserves position, plus a large group of volunteer tutors to draw upon for links to corporates.
Working closely with the CEO, your other duties will include:
- Stewardship and management of existing funder relationships
- Researching and driving new opportunities
- Preparing and submitting applications to trusts, foundations and corporates
- Reporting regularly to the CEO and Board on fundraising
To join us as a Fundraising Manager, you will need:
- Experience in fundraising with grants, trusts and/or corporates, and a track record of delivering on targets
- Stakeholder management experience and the ability to manage long-term relationships with funders to build strong partnerships
- Strong networking skills, and a proactive and tenacious approach to identify new avenues for income generation
- The ability to speak and write passionately and persuasively about our work
Experience of working in the educational charity environment would be beneficial, as would experience of managing corporate partnerships.
Other organisations may call this role Charity Fundraising Manager, Grants Fundraising Manager, Philanthropy Manager, Corporate Fundraising Manager, Trusts & Corporate Fundraising Manager, Senior Fundraising Executive or Senior Fundraising Officer.
This is a full time role, working 37.5 hours per week. For the right candidate, we can provide this role on a part time basis, working four days per week (30 hours).
The closing date for applications is 9am on 1st October 2019, with interviews scheduled to be held on the 7th October 2019.
Webrecruit and Action Tutoring are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.
So, if you’re looking for the opportunity to help empower young people as a Fundraising Manager, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
We’re Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now, the UK’s largest breast cancer charity – and we’re dedicated to funding research into this devastating disease, as well as providing life-changing support to those affected by breast cancer. We believe that if we all act now, by 2050, everyone who develops breast cancer will live - and live well.
If you have a commitment to raising money, experience and passion for high quality marketing and a desire to work on some of the sectors most high profile mass participation products, then we would love to hear from you.
This role is focussed on the effective planning and delivery of our integrated warm and cold marketing campaigns, responsible for inspiring over 35,000 people to take part in our events each year.
You’ll lead on the strategic planning of our campaigns, will define and have recruitment plans signed off and will oversee the delivery by the Marketing Officer, as well as delivering aspects yourself.
We’re looking for a passionate, experienced, creative marketing enthusiast with a great eye for detail, amazing project management skills and a drive, passion and determination to make a huge difference.
This is an excellent opportunity to further develop your already extensive marketing skills in the world of mass participation fundraising. To do this you will have an understanding of mass participation fundraising with excellent multi-tasking skills and attention to detail. Helpful and collaborative in your approach, your marketing experience, twinned with an interest in relationship fundraising are essential.
Closing date: 29 September
Interview date: 11/12 October
Fundraising Compliance Manager
Location: Angel, London (but will be moving to Stratford in November 2019). We appreciate not everyone has the same working needs and we are able to provide flexible working. Due to the work needed in this role we are ideally looking for someone to do this on a full-time basis.
Salary: Between £39,000 and £45,000 including benefits and dependent on experience
Are you a sharp minded, solutions focused individual who can help us bring forward the day when all cancers are cured?
We are looking for a Fundraising Compliance Manager to join a small team which delivers a compliance framework to ensure CRUK's fundraising practices are ethical and sustainable. You'll ensure CRUK's fundraising is carried out in line with the Fundraising Code of Practice, Gambling Act, Charities Act and other associated fundraising standards, regulations, legislation and guidance. As Fundraising Compliance Manager, you'll champion a culture of compliance across the organisation, providing assurance to CRUK's leadership team and drive good practice.
Our Fundraising Compliance Managers are business partners to the wider organisation. A large part of this role will involve partnering with our Individual Giving Fundraising colleagues, who are experts in marketing, fundraising and engaging with supporters to generate regular income. This is vital to fund our research.
Here at CRUK, we aim to save more lives by preventing, controlling and treating cancer. Every step we make towards beating cancer relies on every pound, every hour and every person, and our 3,500 people work relentlessly every day towards this goal.
To be successful in this role you'll be resilient, tenacious, pragmatic and inquisitive. You'll have experience of being a subject matter expert and have worked in a compliance/regulatory environment. You do not need to have worked in a charity before, but you do need a proven ability to pick up and practically apply new technical knowledge quickly. You'll also have:
- The ability to communicate, influence and negotiate. You will be great at building relationships, partnering with the business and able to engage with people at all levels
- Proven experience of implementing and delivering assurance to quality frameworks
- Strong analytical skills and ability to bring structure to complex problems
- Ability to find creative solutions, deliver continuous improvement and follow up activities through to completion
If you can do all this and more, you'll enjoy a great career as we work hard together to beat cancer.
Closing Date: Should you be interested in this role do not delay your application as we will be reviewing applications on an on-going basis. We plan for interviews to take place in the weeks commencing 23rd and 30th September but will interview sooner should the ideal candidate apply.
What's in it for you?
Our benefits package includes excellent annual leave and pension allowances along with additional discounts on a variety of lifestyle subscriptions and events. And ultimately, you'll know that you'll be changing lives through your work.
At CRUK we value diversity and we're committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone is able to be themselves and to reach their full potential. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and cultures and believe that a diverse workforce will help us to beat cancer sooner.
Please note, from October 2019, our head office will be relocating from Islington to a new office space in Stratford, close to the Olympic Park.
This is an exciting, home based, role supporting the charity OAfrica in expanding its fundraising portfolio in the U.K. We are searching for a driven, self-starter with experience in delivering successful individual giving programmes and building networks with High Net Worth markets.
OAfrica is a progressive and unique charity running projects to ensure that children are brought up in safe, permanent, family settings. We currently carry out all our work in Ghana.
Under the inspirational leadership of the passionate founder, Lisa Lovatt-Smith, the charity has achieved astonishing things in its first 17 years, now raising over €500K a year across 6 countries and with over 100 individual children being helped in the last year alone, as well as running a successful advocacy programme to campaign against child trafficing and cruelty to children.
The charity wants to take its fundraising up to the next level by appointing a UK based Fundraising Manager to assist in the implementation of a country fundraising strategy across a range of income generating products.
This position will allow the right candidate the opportunity to have a big impact on a small but growing charity.
This role will be home based, initially on a part time contract basis and there will be plenty of flexibility with regards to working hours, for the right person. The salary will be £25-30k pro rata DOE.
The role will include:
- Coordinating in-country fundraising activities and leading on specifics e.g. individual giving, corporate partnerships, major donors and celebrities, community fundraising, challenge and youth fundraising
- Managing and developing a U.K. digital fundraising strategy
- Growing a network of committed supporters/volunteers
- Liaising with U.K. governing/regulatory bodies
- Maintaining regular contact with supporters and growing a regular donor programme via email and postal mailing programmes
- Managing country income and expenditure budgets
- Delivering and supporting High Net Worth supporter events and networking opportunities
- Liaison with the U.K. charity board
- Managing country budgets.
The ideal candidate will:
- Experience in individual giving essential
- Have proven experience in a previous fundraising role
- Be digitally savvy
- Have excellent communication skills
- Be adept at networking with HNWI and corporate organisations
- Be a self-starter with the drive to source new opportunities
- Have experience in managing income and expenditure budgets.
- Have the flexibility to travel as per the requirements of the role.
To apply for this role, please send a covering letter and CV to Jacqui Heasley, Head of Fundraising Strategy. Please include details of current salary and notice period.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Help Refugees is seeking a Fundraising and Marketing Manager to join our London team.
This is a unique opportunity to gain experience working for one of the fastest growing charities in the UK. You’ll work alongside a small but dynamic, hard-working team, and have the chance to make a real, tangible impact in the lives of thousands of refugees and displaced people all over the world.
You choose love.
You are motivated by a love of humanity that knows no borders.
You are a doer
You spot opportunities for impact and make things happen. You are comfortable working on scrappy passion projects and longer-term strategic campaigns. A good day is when you’ve done something to change the world.
You are a creative communicator.
You know the world is changed by stories and you want to be at the heart of telling them. You can communicate complex ideas with clarity, powerful stories with passion and understand how to move people.
You are curious.
You know good ideas can come from anywhere and are constantly looking at the world around you for inspiration.
You are a team player.
You work best when part of a small, collaborative team. You are happy to muck in when needed and the words ‘not my job’ have never crossed your lips.
You are entrepreneurial.
You think beyond the limits of your current role. You take risks, celebrate failure and never stop generating ideas.
ABOUT HELP REFUGEES
We are pioneering a new movement in charity that provides emergency aid and long term solutions where they are most needed.
Our model is simple. We go where the need is greatest, find the local organisations doing the most effective work, and give them what they need to help people – whether that’s funding, material aid or volunteers.
We work to fill the gaps in services available to refugees, across Europe and the Middle East. We aim to respond to emergencies with aid and support, and to secure permanent change through long-term solutions, campaigning and advocacy. Our work is motivated by four key values – dignity, hope, respect and humanity – which we promote through all of our work.
With this model, we’ve managed to support almost 1 million people across over 100 projects in 13 countries. In the last four years, we’ve had more than 30,000 volunteers from over 90 countries.
Our ‘Choose Love’ brand has been worn by Oprah, Julia Roberts and Jude Law, and thousands more across the world. Our ‘buy nothing, pop-up’ stores in London and New York have raised £2.75 million and gained headlines in New York Times, The Guardian and been featured on CNN. Our founders have addressed audiences including Barack Obama, Sheryl Sandberg and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
ABOUT THE ROLE
The Fundraising and Marketing Manager is a new role focused on deepening the commitment of existing supporters and bringing new members into the movement. This role is for someone who loves technology and data and everything that falls between and wants to use that passion to support some of the world’s most vulnerable people.
What you’ll be responsible for
- Inspiring Help Refugee’s growing community of supporters to give by creating compelling campaigns and content across email, social media channels and offline events
- Tracking and analysing data donor to inform your work and the efforts of the organisation
- Overseeing pro-bono campaigns. We’re lucky enough to get support from Google and Facebook. We want you to use it most effectively
- Supporting the Leadership team on fundraising from high-level individual givers and foundations
- Make sure we’re updating our best-practices to reflect national and global trends in digital fundraising
- Management of Help Refugee’s website and digital payment gateways
- Occasional management of contractors and project teams
- Track record of success in digital fundraising or marketing with at least three years experience
- Demonstrable experience of understanding donor behaviour and inspiring people to give
- Confident and sophisticated communicator with strong writing skills
- Experience managing or working with a large community of online givers (50,000)
The Big Pluses
Ideal candidates will bring at least one of these to our work.
- Experience with online fundraising in the model of new movement organisations (Avaaz, Sum of Us, 38 Degrees)
- Experience working in the field of humanitarian aid, refugee or migration
- Experience using SQL and data and experimentation tools (e.g. Optimizely), ideally in a fundraising environment
- Experience with mobile technology, online giving platforms and website design
- Track record of using social media platforms to fundraise
- Demonstrable experience in using data and analytics to segment audiences and target content that has resulted in more support
The role will be managed by the CEO.
The role is currently based out of the Help Refugees office in London Fields, hopefully moving to Soho in London. Remote working will not be considered.
The role may involve some travel.
The role will be offered as permanent role with a six-month probation period. We anticipate the starting date to be no later than end of October 2019.
Salary is inline with other non-governmental organisations.
Application deadline: 9am, Monday 23rd September.
We’re Anthony Nolan and we save the lives of people with blood cancer who need a stem cell transplant.
We’re unique. Thanks to the incredible donors on our register, our pioneering research and our passionate fundraisers, we give the chance of life to three people a day.
But we won’t stop there. We want to be there for everyone who needs a transplant; from finding a match, through every step of a patient’s transplant journey. And together we can reach the remarkable day when we can save the lives of everyone with blood cancer.
And now we want you to join our lifesaving team. We are looking for a Community Fundraising Manager to join our Community Fundraising team within the Engagement division.
Title:Community Fundraising Manager
Salary:£33,000 per annum
Hours: 35 hours per week
Location:Hampstead, North London
We are looking for a Community Fundraising Manager who has experience of and is committed to building long term relationships with supporters and is able to work creatively to develop the programme.
This is a fantastic position where you will be part of a team raising vital funds to help all those patients who need a transplant; from finding a match, to the support to help them through their transplant journey.
You’ll have: great experience of working in Community Fundraising within a charity, experience of relationship management and supporter development, good knowledge of the charity fundraising market including current trends and direction and experience of delivering successful fundraising initiatives.
You’ll join a fantastic team of 14 – the Events and Community Team, work on delivering key team projects and steward a portfolio of our mid to high value supporters.
What's in it for you? (Work Perks!)
- Financial - Pension (minimum 5% when you contribute 3%), Travel Insurance, Travel Loan, Car Scheme, Life Assurance (4x annual salary)
- Wellbeing & Health - 27 days annual leave, Flexible start/finish times (role dependent), access to 24-hour Employee Assistance counselling, Medicash, Cycle-scheme, Free Eye Test, Gymflex
- Family Friendly - Childcare vouchers, Paid dependants leave, Enhanced Maternity pay
- And more! (full list of benefits available on website)
Together, we can save lives. Join our team and give someone a chance of life.
Anthony Nolan is an equal opportunities & living wage accredited employer.
All applicants must be able to demonstrate the right to work in the UK.
You may have experience of the following: Community Fundraising, Engagement, Events, Third Sector, Voluntary Sector, Not for Profit, NFP etc
1 year fixed term (maternity cover)
Mary’s Meals is a global movement supported by people from all walks of life and we are focused on one goal – that every child receives a nutritious daily meal in a place of education.
The Community Fundraising Manager is responsible for generating vital grassroots funding and support from churches, schools, universities, groups and associations throughout the UK.
Reporting to the Head of Fundraising, the successful candidate will be capable of managing, motivating and leading a team of community fundraisers to convert the significant potential for income growth into tangible and visible results to sustain and grow our school feeding programmes.
By contributing to the work of Mary’s Meals, you will become part of a worldwide movement of people who will not accept that any child in this world of plenty should endure a day without a meal.
To apply please send a copy of your CV and a detailed covering letter in support of your application - outlining what attracts you to work for Mary's Meals and this post in particular. Select the Apply button to visit our website.
Closing date: 19 September 2019
Community Fundraising Officer - Leeds
Full time - Permanent
Salary: Up to £26,000 pa (Dependant on experience)
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Community Fundraising Officer to join Breast Cancer Haven. As Community Fundraising Officer you will develop the Yorkshire Breast Cancer Haven's Community Fundraising programme with a particular focus on increasing income from community campaigns, third party fundraisers and small local businesses. You will promote and implement a range of fundraising events and community fundraising initiatives. You will also recruit and support a network of supporters that carry out their own fundraising for Breast Cancer Haven whilst overseeing fundraising administration for the Yorkshire region.
To be considered for this role you must have at least 1 years experience/working in a fundraising team and provide a demonstrable interest in fundraising, third sector news and trends and experience of working at or volunteering with a charity. You must be an organised and approachable individual who can deliver the charity's plans and objectives by generating and growing their income through community fundraising activities, raising awareness and engagement within the Yorkshire region. This is a wonderful opportunity to join this charity and make a real impact on the growth and income that will directly affect the beneficiaries of this fantastic organisation.
To express your interest or to find out more, please contact Shabnam at Eden Brown on [email protected] / 0113 220 7540
Eden Brown is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Eden Brown Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
The Elizabeth Foundation is an Ofsted-registered charity that teaches deaf babies and preschool children how to listen and talk. We have been delivering information, help, support and education services to deaf children and their families for over 35 years, with a strong commitment to safeguarding.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join our committed staff team. We are seeking a confident and inspiring individual to be a part of our fundraising operations. We are looking for someone who can engage and inspire a wide range of supporters and donors and effectively reach into the community to motivate support for the work we do. You will have excellent organisational skills and be able to manage and run community fundraising events to the highest standard. You will also have strong interpersonal and creative skills and be able to communicate effectively, across all media, to a wide range of potential donors and supporters.