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Hammersmith, Greater London
£30,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Actively Interviewing
Job description

             Community Engagement Manager Greater London, Midlands and the North- West

Location:Honeypot Head Office, 19 Berghem Mews, London, W14 0HN

In line with government recommendations, home working maybe agreed by the CEO. There is a requirement to work from our Welsh House a minimum of one /two days a month with an overnight stay or to travel for meetings with donors in this region as required.

Hours:   9am – 5:00pm or 9.30am to 5.30pm by agreement, Monday to Friday (with flexibility to accommodate the Honeypot event calendar as necessary)

Benefits: 25 days per annum plus bank holiday allowance, plus additional length of service days

5% contributory pension

Reporting To: Director of Income and Communications

Background

The Honeypot Children’s Charity is the leading organization that provides support services to young carers aged 5  to 12, who look after a sick adult, a sibling or both. Honeypot is the ‘go-to’ organization for a wide spectrum of children’s agencies and organizations wishing to access our respite breaks and outreach services.

Our range of services have been developing rapidly to include a number of highly impactful, life changing interventions for young carers, to address the issues that they struggle with, such as isolation, anxiety, low self- esteem, poor educational performance and exceptionally high levels of bullying. You will be a key Manager in a highly impactful charity with a  fundraising and communications team whose passion and commitment for our cause is truly inspiring.

You are a key manager within a harmonious, experienced, talented fundraising team who will always wish to work with you to achieve more together.

Job purpose

  • To achieve your yearly fundraising budget by managing community fundraising relationships and corporate relationships of £10,000 and under in the Greater London Midlands and North- West Regions and to identify opportunities for, and implement, new relationships primarily with Community Organisations, Groups and Individuals.
  • Honeypot sees individual giving as a major growth area. You will lead on the development of individual giving with donors within your geographical region as defined above. You will especially play a key role in recruiting supporters to be form teams that champion our large annual appeal.
  • You will work closely with the Community Engagement Manager for Hampshire, and the Senior Corporate Partnerships Managers to co-ordinate activities to ensure that as a team all partnership opportunities are taken up by Honeypot.
  • You will provide coverage for requests for support from a wide range of community organisations that contact Honeypot by all sources, to meet their requests for resources or attendance at school assemblies, group meetings, and community organisation presentations.
  • The Marketing and Communications Team of Honeypot provide excellent support and fundraising resources to each division within Honeypot Fundraising team. They will work closely with you to produce the fundraising materials you request. You will work collegiately to ensure that a suite of high- quality community fundraising marketing materials are produced to meet the needs of community appeals, events and community groups.
  • To give strategic and operational lead on the Charity’s local community and events fundraising programme to significantly increase income and supporter engagement year on year from events and community fundraising activities.
  • You will have responsibility for developing and delivering the volunteering strategy to recruit and retain the right volunteers to manage and deliver our life-changing services.
  • You will be familiar with best practice and legislation with regards to volunteering and able to implement vetting and barring requirements.
     
  • Contribute to the development of a cost- effective community fundraising strategy and deliver our strategy within a given geographical area.

Community Fundraising

Build and maintain a support base within community groups which maximises donations and awareness.

  • Engage community groups to support and fundraise for Honeypot.
  • Develop individual giving
  • Build and develop long term relationships, i.e. Charity of the Year.
  • Attend networking and beneficiary functions, and deliver talks and presentations to raise the profile of the charity, generate support and funding.
  • Be the first point of contact for individuals wishing to fundraise and/or put on events for Honeypot ensuring a high level of stewardship.
  • Be prepared to be a public-facing voice for Honeypot, understanding and appreciating its work, team, aims and objectives.
  • Maintain a calendar of events for effective long term planning and fundraising.
  • Supervising and coordinating all community volunteer fundraisers and events to make sure they are profitable, delivered within an acceptable RIO to be agreed with your line manager, well run and within Honeypot guidelines.
  • To research and source potential community fundraisers and donors and encourage long term support.
  • To manage and co-ordinate our flagship Regional events, the London Marathon and Royal Parks Half Marathon
  • To manage the organisation’s community fundraising budget, ensuring that income generation targets are met.
  • To enter supporters on the database for fundraising purposes and financial reports.
  • Support individuals and organisations involved with community fundraising and build and maintain strong relationships with them.
  • Ensure all records and admin is kept up to date.

Corporate Fundraising

  • Work with the Director of Income and Communications, the Senior Corporate Partnerships Managers, and the Community Engagement Manager in Hampshire to maintain and implement a regularly updated strategic plan for corporate partnerships.
  • Monitor income targets and expenditure budgets and keep line manager informed on progress against them.
  • Manage all local corporate relationships of £10,000 and under, maintaining appropriate contact with existing partners.
  • Raise an agreed level of net income from existing partners each year.
  • Identify, devise, maximise, and take advantage of opportunities to increase income and/or the Charity’s supporter base from existing relationships.
  • Ensure that records for all community donors and partners are recorded accurately on the fundraising database.
  • Present oral or written proposals, alone or in conjunction with senior staff colleagues, to potential corporate partners.

Team Working

  • Refer to our  National Trusts and Foundations Team large funding opportunities that you may come across in this area to maximise returns from Trusts and Foundations income.
  • Work with the Marketing and Communications Team to assist in disseminating and communicating key organisational marketing messages and materials, as well as taking the lead in generating local press coverage.
  • Work with the Marketing and Communications Team to gain their assistance in developing the marketing materials you deem necessary to support fundraising in your areas.
  • Champion Honeypot wide fundraising campaigns in the areas you manage to promote participation and support for organisational wide initiatives, such as our Patrons Campaign, our own large annual matched funding appeal and our participation in  the Big Give.
  • Work with the Senior Corporate Partnerships Managers to assist them to maximise Corporate Fundraising from large Charity of the Year Corporate Relationships within the Hampshire, Southern Region and South Coast.
  • Work with the Director of Income and Communications to assist him to identify and develop new initiatives outside areas that are covered by corporate and community fundraising.
  • Play a key role in the weekly team meeting for thanking and coding of donations.
  • Contribute to the fortnightly team meetings to make colleagues aware of  progress and developments within your areas regarding fundraising and communications.

Assist or lead on initiatives that are reasonably requests of you by your line manager.

Application Instructions

Please mention notice period

More about The Honeypot Children's Charity

Our vision is for every child to make the most of their one chance at childhood. Since 1996 Honeypot has been working to enhance the lives of v... Read more

Posted on: 19 January 2022
Closing date: 18 February 2022
Job ref: Fundraising London office
Tags: Fundraising

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