Volunteer Fundraiser Jobs
We’ve been on a major upward trajectory in recent years, with more children being supported, more major hospitals being partnered with and more supporters donating. We’ve transformed from being an enthusiastic start-up delivering care in the community, to a serious player delivering major impact both in the community and at our state-of-the-art hospice building, The Ark, opened in 2019.
Our expert staff and trained volunteers provide clinical, emotional and practical support for families across North and Central London and Herts Valley. We carefully adapt our support for every child and offer it wherever it is required - whether in their home, their community or at our state-of-the-art children’s hospice building, The Ark, in Barnet.
Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice helps babies, children and young people who are seriously unwell, and their families, make the most of every day. The charity aspires to become a centre of clinical excellence for children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions.
Philanthropy & Partnerships, which covers Grants, Trusts & Foundations, Major Donor and Corporate fundraising streams, is pivotal to Noah’s Ark – typically accounting for around 75% of the charity’s overall income. This is an area of real expertise for Noah’s Ark, with much scope for further growth. The successful candidate will therefore enjoy opportunities to develop an exciting portfolio and gain invaluable in-house training and support, working as part of a high-performing and super supportive team, ready for its next exciting growth phase.
The Trust Fundraiser will work closely with the Senior Philanthropy Manager (Grants, Trusts & Foundations) to develop the trusts pipeline, along with instrumental cross-team work on application and reporting processes for other income streams. Whilst we work towards developing a more diverse funding model – a key objective of our three-year Making the Most of Everyday strategy – growing income from trusts will remain vital.
The post-holder will be key in taking the trust programme to the next level, securing new grants, increasing multi-year gifts and supporting the Senior Philanthropy Manager, and the wider team, to the same end with their respective portfolios.
You will be highly organised, dedicated and reliable individual, ready to play a significant role in income generation. An exceptional and eloquent communicator, excellent at managing your time and a natural relationship builder.
Experience of fundraising from Trusts and Foundations is very welcome, however if you are eager to learn, an excellent communicator or have great transferrable expeirence, perhaps from volunteering, we would love to hear from you. Our priority is finding the right person to thrive in our team.
At this stage in your career, we would not necessarily expect you to have direct experience of fundraising from trusts.
Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice is an equal opportunity employer and particularly welcomes applications from groups who are currently under-represented in our staff.
Our diversity council is working hard to construct positive changes within our organisation.
If you are passionate about giving vulnerable young people life changing opportunities, want to make a real impact through your work and are looking to join a dynamic fundraising team with lots of potential, then this is the job for you. This is a fantastic opportunity for somebody who wants to take the next step in their career to help shape a new regional fundraising strategy and maximise income generation from a new geographical area. Building on the success of our Wiltshire-based fundraising, you will help us tap into the potential of new supporters from the Somerset area as we expand our Programmes to reach vulnerable young people in this part of the South West.
It is an exciting and varied position which would be perfect for somebody who is creative and organised with experience of building relationships, organising events and managing a diverse workload. You may already be a Regional Fundraiser looking for your next role with an ambitious medium-sized charity, or you may currently be in your first fundraising role, ready to take the next step in your career. Whatever your experience, we are committed to investing the time in developing the right individual. This new role will be shaped according to your skills and expertise, and will develop over time based on the success we have in building partnerships with local businesses, securing major donor support, running local events and engaging the community with our plans.
As a Regional Fundraiser, you’re a people-person, self-motivated, well-organised, able to multitask, a strong administrator, a fantastic team player, have excellent interpersonal skills and enjoy being outdoors. You must be as comfortable in the boardroom engaging high net-worth individuals as you are donning wellies and waterproofs to stand on the side of a mountain for the day.
There will be plenty of opportunity to meet the young people on our programmes, visiting camps and taking part in activities. This will help you really understand the life-changing difference the Youth Adventure Trust makes and enable you to show our donors and fundraisers the tangible impact of their support.
The Youth Adventure Trust is a youth development charity working with vulnerable young people aged 11 to 16 years old from Wiltshire and Swindon. In 2024 we plan to expand our services to support young people from Somerset through our YAT Resilience Programme in the first instance but eventually through all four of our Programmes.
Our outdoor activity based YAT Adventure Programme enables young people to challenge themselves, experience success, learn to go beyond their own expectations and grow in confidence. Through a series of residential camps and day activities they are able to build resilience, self esteem and develop social and life skills. The YAT Resilience Programme works to the same outcomes through a year long programme of monthly activities, home-based challenges and reflective practice. Our Mentoring Programme works with those young people in need of some additional individualised support at the end of our other programmes. The Trust’s Bursary Programme is open to all those young people who have completed an initial programme, in order to assist their next steps into further activities. Our aim is to make a lasting improvement to the lives of vulnerable young people. All our services are provided completely free of charge to the young people who are nominated by schools and other youth organisations to take part.
The continued success of the fundraising team is more important than ever as we plan to increase our capacity and reach into a new geographical area. This is an exciting time to join a small charity with big ambitions and this role will be instrumental in enabling us to reach more vulnerable young people at a time when they need support more than ever.
For a full job description and person specification, please download the Job Pack. Please note that all applicants must complete an application form and make reference to the job description and person specification in the Job Pack.
The Youth Adventure Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all employees to share this commitment. The suitability of all prospective employees will be assessed during the recruitment process in line with this commitment. Full details can be found in the Job Pack.
Summary and key purpose
This new role will be primarily responsible for developing, marketing and managing our individual giving together with working across other fundraising disciplines. You will be a key member of our fundraising team, producing compelling fundraising communications, stewarding individual donors, including regular donors and gifts in memory. You will ensure that our donors receive excellent care.
Our Individual Giving programme will incorporate one-off donations, regular giving, digital fundraising, appeals and in-memory giving. You will do this, with the support of our recently appointed fundraising agency, who you will manage our relationship with week by week.
A critical element of the role will be how we market ourselves to potential new donors, taking them on an emotional engagement journey in order to solicit regular gifts.
Your expertise and skills:
To excel in this role, you will need prior experience of working in a fundraising setting, with an understanding of good stewardship practices. You should be a self-starter who thrives in a dynamic environment, working across teams and meeting multiple deadlines. Your excellent relationship management skills will enable you to effectively communicate with a diverse range of stakeholders and gather information on new projects. You must have a thorough understanding of individual giving, developing donor journeys and experience of work with agencies.
· Day-to-day management of the regular giving programme, project managing appeals and overseeing the thanking process for individual donors.
· Create, plan, deliver and evaluate multi-channel, compliant, insight-led, supporter-centric campaigns to engage and drive action from new and existing supporters.
· Manage our newly appointed fundraising agency, and in doing so, help deliver an ambitious appeal programme and income target.
· Review and develop operational plans for individual giving (including regular giving, in memory, digital fundraising and appeals) working to achieve agreed targets.
· Communicate and document key performance indicators across individual giving appeals. Ensuring you provide commentary to accompany results reporting, drawing on insights and the wider picture to add context and make recommendations from your learnings.
· Work with the fundraising agency and RABI communications team to produce and edit
· Devise and deliver supporter communications, including stewardship activity, welcome journey content and appeal communications.
· Help ensure that we comply with legal and compliance requirements including industry best practice, GDPR/PECR regulations and the CIOF code of Fundraising Practice.
· Develop and maintain good working relationships and liaison with other members of RABI staff.
· Take part and contribute to team meetings.
· Cooperate with RABI on health and safety matters, taking reasonable care of own and other people’s health and safety within the workplace. Follow and H&S training received and alert RABI to any serious risks.
· Actively participate in the staff appraisal scheme and be committed to training and development in line with RABI’s aims and objectives.
· Liaise with volunteers, clients, contractors and other stakeholders as necessary.
· Promote the Charity’s work, assisting with demonstrations and in fundraising and awareness events
· Perform any other reasonable task as required by the Charity.
As a newly formed department, there is a significant opportunity for career progression for the right candidate.
· Marketing or direct marketing or marketing qualification.
· Experience of using direct marketing methods to recruit, retain and develop supporters (e.g. telemarketing).
· Previous direct marketing or transferrable experience. This should include project managing or assisting a project manager to plan and deliver activity and evaluate results
· Planning, delivering and managing individual giving programmes.
· Delivering donor recruitment and retention projects from initiation to completion.
· Proven track record of meeting or exceeding targets from unrestricted donations.
· Presenting confidently to a variety of audiences.
· Building relationships and maximising engagement with donors and supporters
· Able to create and tailor engaging and emotive copy for a range of different channels.
· Empathy with the goals and objectives of RABI.
· A positive and creative approach to work, with the ability to multitask.
· Strong interpersonal skills, including good telephone manner and empathy towards in-memory donors.
· Ability to record accurate data and work with a CRM system
· Self-motivated and confident in working, both independently and in teams
· Good communicator, including face-to-face, phone, in writing and via remote communications.
· Good written and numeracy skills.
· Ability to manage time effectively, prioritise workload and plan-ahead.
· Good IT skills (MS Office including Excel and Word).
· Understanding of Data Protection and fundraising regulations, compliance and best practice.
· Proficiency in using Microsoft Office
· Knowledge of targeting, segmentation and response analysis.
· Knowledge of testing, validation and taking campaign learnings forward.
· Knowledge of print and online production processes.
· Understanding of the Gift Aid process.
· Voluntary sector experience.
· A full UK driving license.
· Experience of database use
· Experience of fundraising platforms such as Just Giving.
This role profile is not exhaustive and is subject to review in conjunction with the post holder according to future developments at RABI.
· Enrolment to Nest on commencement of employment and then opportunity to join RABI’s group pension scheme with Standard Life where RABI make contributions equivalent to 10% of your basic salary, provided you make a personal contribution of 5%
· Life assurance from day one
· Access to our Employee Assistance Programme
RABI is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and aims to ensure that all employment practices secure equality of opportunity and that no prospective or current employee receives less than favourable treatment at RABI as a result of their sex, sexual orientation, age, race, religion, belief, ethnic origin, disability, marital, or for any other reason which cannot be shown to be justifiable. Our recruitment process strives to ensure that individuals are selected only based on their relevant skills, experience, qualifications and abilities.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We're looking for a passionate fundraiser to work across Hounslow & Richmond raising money for our wonderful children's mental heath charity.
The Purple Elephant Project is a small and relatively young charity based in Twickenham, supporting children across the London Boroughs of Hounslow and Richmond with their mental health. We currently provide therapy to c.150 children every week, both in our Therapeutic Hub in Twickenham, and through outreach work in schools across the boroughs.
As a local charity, we are looking for a Local Fundraising Manager to raise funds within our community - through events, community fundraising, supporting individual giving and working with local companies.
The role is largely home-based, but it is imperative that you are able to get out and about across Hounslow and Richmond Boroughs as needed, and also are able to spend some time (for meetings etc) in our centre in Twickenham.
Please find the full information about the Purple Elephant Project and the role in the attached Job Description. To apply, please send us your CV and a supporting statement by the closing time of 5pm on Tuesday 9th January.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Join Our Team of Superheroes and Make a Difference in Someone's Life Every Day!
As the Corporate Fundraiser, you'll be the superhero behind expanding our fundraising efforts by building relationships with local and corporate businesses.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to:
- Nurture current business supporter relationships while also cultivating new ones to secure funding for the incredible work of James Hopkins Trust.
- Unleash your business savvy by identifying growth areas and opportunities in the corporate and local business sector, developing a portfolio of companies, and devise plans to secure new income.
- Keep an eagle eye on Corporate Social Responsibility trends and developments in the media.
- Create impressive supporter proposals and present them at local business meetings like a pro.
- Write funding applications and reports for corporate and local businesses that make them fall in love with our mission.
- Ensure top-notch supporter care by managing relationships with corporate and local businesses before, during, and after receipt of funds.
- Track, analyse, and report on fundraising outcomes in local business and corporate companies.
- Work closely with the Fundraising Team to actively seek sponsorship for James Hopkins Trust events.
- Network like a boss at appropriate events to keep raising the profile of James Hopkins Trust and secure new introductions.
If you are looking for a job that's not only fulfilling but also positively impacts someone's life, thenlook no further than our team of dedicated professionals.
We're devoted to providing first-rate nursing care and creating unforgettable memories for severely disabled, life-limited, or life-threated children. Our diverse team of professionals includes children's nurses, early-year practitioners, healthcare assistants, fundraisers, and operational team players. We're all united in our passion for making the world a better place for the families we serve. Our mission is to provide family-focused nursing care at Kites Corner (home of JHT) or in the family's home. As a part of our team, you'll work alongside like-minded professionals, learn new skills, and make a significant difference in the lives of those you serve. Additionally, after completing a qualifying period, you'll benefit from enhanced maternity pay & sick pay, regular salary reviews, a flexible work environment, and free parking.
Full driving licence essential and an enhanced DBS check will be undertaken.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking for two dynamic Area Fundraisers to join our team and work with us to build existing, and attract new, corporate and community supporters to the charity.
You will be an inspiring communicator with proven ability to develop positive relationships both with businesses and individuals. You’ll be highly organised in order to develop plans, manage competing priorities and problem solve effectively.
The fundraising team is a small team who work closely together and thrive to deliver high quality, successful fundraising initiatives. You will help us to promote awareness and build our income to support and sustain the vital work we do across all our services.
Working hours: 37.5 hours per week
Flexible working opportunities
Plus excellent staff benefits
Salary: £30k - £32k
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you an experienced Fundraiser, looking to join a growing charity team?
This is an exciting opportunity to make an important contribution to the support of those who have been bereaved by suicide.
Position: Development Fundraiser
Location: Ilkeston, Hybrid
Hours: Full time, 37 hours per week, (outside normal working hours maybe required)
Salary: £30,000 with potential performance based increases over the first and second years.
Closing Date: 31st December 2023
Interview date: 17th January 2024
Benefits: 25 days of holiday plus public holidays, Additional day’s leave after one, three-, and five-years’ service,3% employer pension contribution (upon successful completion of probation) Salary increases within first 2 years to reflect the progression, Annual Well Being day, Family-friendly flexible working arrangements on agreement, hybrid working arrangements maybe agreed.
As the Development Fundraiser you will be integral to leading, growing, and raising the organisations profile with supporters across the UK and funding bodies. To ensure the organisation is reaching all avenues of donor audience and increase engagement and provide new opportunities for giving.
You will also develop a digital fundraising strategy to drive the continued growth of the charity fundraising and increase the provision of funding streams and supportive relationships to enable the organisation to develop new and existing projects.
Key responsibilities include:
- Raise the profile of the charity and identify potential support, working in accordance with charity regulation.
- Build positive, supportive relationships with new and existing partners.
- Support the Finance Officer with information for grant and bid applications and demonstrating the impact of giving in our communities.
- Deal with people at the very highest level, managing high-profile volunteers and donors with diplomacy and discretion.
- Support the development and delivery of cash and regular giving appeals, using social media, email and direct mail.
- Seek opportunities to build on the success of existing fundraising activities and explore new avenues for raising funds.
- Work with the wider team to identify and develop opportunities to generate income.
- Monitor relevant budgets and resources, including expenses linked to events.
- Organise and lead volunteer teams to assist with charity fundraising and development activities.
As a Development Fundraiser you will be empathetic and compassionate, capable of dealing with stress and others grief/anger. You will also be a great communicator and a proactive individual who can work unsupervised but also be an active team member.
You will also:
- Have a strong operational knowledge of face-to-face fundraising
- Experience recruiting key volunteers and fundraising supporters
- Proven ability to write and edit highly engaging fundraising proposals
- Have a track record of motivating groups of people and performance management
- Experience producing accurate analytic reports of digital fundraising performance
About the Organisation
The organisation offer peer led support across the UK, to people aged over 18 years who have been impacted by suicide. They are a rapidly growing organisation and are achieving a much higher national profile.
You may have experience in areas such as Development Fundraiser, Development Fundraising, Fundraiser, Fundraising, Trusts Fundraiser, Trusts Fundraising, Bid Writing, Fundraising and Grants, Foundations, Grants, Nature, Conservation, Arts, Heritage, Culture, Income Generation, Supporter, Individual Giving, Research, Researcher.
PLEASE NOTE: This role is being advertised by NFP People on behalf of the organisation.
Are you passionate about improving mental health for the people of Lancashire? Do you have the skills we need to grow our fundraising activities with corporate supporters?
We're looking for someone with experience of building relationships with stakeholders, particularly business leaders and staff teams, who can help us to grow our corporate fundraising activities.
You'll work closely with our CEO, Head of Development and Community & Events Fundraiser, focusing on growing the number of companies that support us via our recently launched patron scheme, as well as Charity of the Year partnerships, staff fundraisers and sponsorship.
You'll engage with existing corporate supporters, further developing these relationships and ensuring people's experience of fundraising for Lancashire Mind is rewarding and inspiring. You'll also create content for print and digital media to promote fundraising opportunities to existing and new supporters.
The post is based at the Lancashire Mind office in Chorley for at least one day per week, with some time spent working from home, as well as at locations around Lancashire for meetings, training, fundraising activities and events.
Please note: this role is subject to a basic DBS check
Deadline for applications is 9am on Monday 18 December 2023.
Interviews will be held on Friday 12 January 2024 at the Lancashire Mind office in Chorley, Lancashire.
We want to be a great employer for all our staff, regardless of their background or characteristics. We recognise that not everyone is the same and that different people will require different support to fulfil their potential. One thing we can do to work towards that goal is to ensure that our staff team is representative of the diverse communities across Lancashire. We particularly encourage applications from people in communities that face mental health inequalities and from anyone with experience of living with a mental health condition.
Lancashire Mind has a dedicated workplace wellbeing programme to ensure staff are supported with their own wellbeing, which includes an Employee Assistance Programme and wellbeing activities throughout the year. We also offer a workplace pension scheme; 25 days annual leave, plus bank holidays and 3 additional days between Christmas and New Year (pro rata for part-time staff); paid time off to manage unexpected life events (e.g. illness of a dependent); a sick pay scheme; regular supervision; and a commitment to supporting learning and development opportunities.
Above all, we are a friendly and supportive place to work. Our current team members will tell you that the biggest plus is joining a team who are passionate, dedicated and committed to making a difference to the lives of others.
Lancashire Mind, charity number 1081427.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Job Purpose and scope
Events are a vital part of the fundraising portfolio at St Luke’s Hospice. This is an exciting opportunity to work as an Events Fundraiser, three days a week, alongside dynamic and innovative colleagues in the Events and Community team. You will be required to market, deliver and recruit to a series of fundraising events to raise income from the local community of Harrow and Brent. The team delivers a wide range of opportunities for people to fundraise through events participation. We do this through hospice-organised events such as our flagship Midnight Walk event, a multi-day UK walk, a Santa-themed run and through recruiting to third party events where we buy places, such as the London Marathon. Job Description You will work across the fundraising department, in a culture of innovation and collaboration, to meet overall fundraising objectives.
Main Duties & Responsibilities
Create, lead and deliver two fundraising events to add to our existing events calendar in the community.
Plan and deliver marketing recruitment campaigns for other fundraising events, working in collaboration with the team to maximise opportunities, and assist with the overall delivery of our events programme.
Build and maintain relationships with our fundraising event participants, to ensure supporters receive an excellent supporter journey and experience of the hospice, from registration to thank you.
Plan and deliver all aspects of event day logistics including health and safety and risk assessments; volunteer recruitment, sourcing suppliers, managing external stakeholder relationships, planning data / cash handling in line with charity procedures. Act as the Event Day Manager when required.
Represent St Luke’s Hospice externally, supporting the community team as required with cheque presentations, or local talks about our hospice services.
Work with the communications team to share stories across our internal and external communication channels of supporter fundraising successes. Generate regular and robust reporting and analysis on event fundraising activities.
Maintain and update the St Luke’s website event pages and third-party registration platform.
Ensure that accurate data about fundraisers is recorded on the fundraising database in an accurate and timely way. There will be the requirement to work occasional evenings, and weekends around certain events (for which Time off in Lieu is given). Flexibility in this role is welcomed.
General Duties & Responsibilities
This job specification may be modified in the light of development and changing circumstances, according to the needs of the service, and in consultation with the post holder. The post holder should be prepared to undertake any further duties that arise as the post develops. People Management Supervision of fundraising event volunteers, providing training and feedback, setting tasks, planning work in advance. Confidentiality The contractual relationship between the Hospice and its employees is founded on trust. Employees will treat as confidential all information regarding the business of the Hospice, information with regard to and agreements with suppliers, and information gained about other employees and consultants. Health & Safety Employees must be aware of the responsibilities placed on them under the Health and Safety at Work Act (1974) to ensure that the agreed safety procedures are carried out to maintain a safe environment for employees and visitors.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We’re looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Fundraiser to join the Regional Fundraising Team in North East and Yorkshire.
Position: CE211 Relationship Fundraiser
Location: Home-based, North East and Yorkshire however Frequent travel will be required as part of this role (May include team meetings or other work related meetings)
Hours: Full-time, 35 hours per week (flexible working available)
Salary: Circa £29,000 per annum
Contract: Our services are contracted, we currently have funding for this contract until 31 March 2025.
Benefits: 25 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays (this will increase with service up to 30 days, full time equivalent) cashback and discount scheme, employee assistance programme, learning and development, pension scheme, Life Assurance, Eye Care vouchers, Long Service Award, Tax-free childcare, Health Cash Plan, Working Pattern Agreement, flexible working opportunities available.
Closing Date: 27 December 2023
Interview Date: 10 January 2024
Interviews will be held via video conferencing. Please let us know if this will present any challenges when you email your application.
Reporting to the Relationship Manager - North the Relationship Fundraiser – North East and Yorkshire will proactively acquire new donor and volunteer support to agreed targets and also deliver excellent stewardship of the overall experience leading to increased income.
Through effective, key performance reporting and strategic stewardship interventions you will establish potential and maximise income from the Regional Fundraising core income streams of Supporter Led, Regional Corporate and Community Groups.
Key responsibilities will include:
- To be an inspiring and motivating team player focussed on delivering income
- Pro-actively seeking out new ways to provide excellent supporter stewardship that leads to delivery of income
- Have a drive for high standards; both having them, and expecting them from others with the key objective being to deliver income
You will have:
- Experience of undertaking and initiating fundraising activities and events
- Ability to work flexibly with regards to working patterns and duties
- Ability to work with attention to detail and on occasion unsupervised
- Ability to proficiently use industry standard IT systems
This role requires frequent travel across a large geographical locality to meet with potential and existing supporters and to attend team meetings. Candidates must be able to demonstrate how they can meet this requirement of the role
To fulfil the role, you must be a resident of the UK and have the right to work in the UK.
When you click to apply, you will be able to see the full responsibilities and person specification for further information on the role.
Please submit your CV, (including details of your current address), and a supporting statement of no more than two pages, demonstrating how you meet the person specification and what you bring to the role in terms of your skills and experience.
About the Organisation
Stroke Association. Rebuilding lives after stroke.
When stroke strikes, part of your brain shuts down. And so does a part of you. That’s because a stroke happens in the brain, the control centre for who we are and what we can do. It happens every five minutes in the UK and changes lives instantly. Recovery is tough, but with the right specialist support and a ton of courage and determination, the brain can adapt.
We believe everyone deserves to live the best life they can after stroke. And it’s a team effort to get there.
We provide specialist support, fund critical research and campaign to make sure people affected by stroke get the very best care and support to rebuild their lives.
We’re working to improve the diversity of our team. Because we know that individuality leads to a richer experience for our people and better support for those affected by stroke.
We strongly encourage people from all backgrounds to apply. And we’re particularly looking to increase the number of applications from those with lived experience of stroke and those from under-represented communities.
Every five minutes, stroke destroys lives. Help us rebuild them and join our team.
In 2019, we developed a bold new corporate strategy so that we can rebuild more lives after stroke and make a bigger difference to people’s lives. To help us deliver our strategy and make a real difference, we are looking to recruit talented people to a number of new roles. If you would like to support stroke survivors to rebuild their lives, we want to hear from you!
You may also have experience in areas such as Corporate, Regional, Community, Corporate Fundraising, Regional Fundraising, Community Fundraising, Corporate Fundraiser, Regional Fundraiser, Community Fundraiser, Fundraiser, Fundraising, Fundraising Officer, Relationship, Relationship Fundraiser, Relationship Fundraising.
PLEASE NOTE: This role is being advertised by NFP People on behalf of the organisation.
North West Air Ambulance
Full-time / Permanent
“There’s no doubt the North West Air Ambulance Charity saved my life. Without the care they provided so quickly at the scene, before airlifting me to the Royal Preston Hospital, it’s unlikely I would have survived.”
Do you want to form part of the passionate and talented team that raise funds to keep this life saving service running? We would love to hear from you! This hugely reputable and remarkable charity provides the enhanced pre-hospital care needed to make a lifesaving difference and quite simply brings the hospital to the patient, regardless of their location across the North West!
We are looking for someone to join the hugely successful and vibrant Fundraising team at NWAA. Duties will include:
- Developing and implementing a local fundraising plan to maximise income generation across Merseyside
- Researching, identifying and developing long term partnerships with appropriate groups and associations, individuals and volunteers
- Working closely with retail staff and volunteers to maximise synergies across Fundraising and Retail
- Acting as a positive ambassador for NWAA, promoting and raising awareness of its service and delivering engaging fundraising presentations to potential and existing local supporters.
We are looking for a creative and organised individual with experience of building relationships and managing a busy and diverse workload. While fundraising experience would be advantageous, we are also keen to speak with people looking to transition into this wonderfully rewarding area! Crucially, you should have the ability to communicate with a variety of people so you should be personable, warm and engaging. The team at NWAA is full of passionate people wanting to save lives across the Merseyside region so you should be enthusiastic about the work of the charity and excited by the future of growth that lies ahead!
NWAA is a hugely reputable and widely recognised charity brand within the North West. Not only does the charity impact the region so positively, but it is also an incredibly supportive, collaborative and fun team to be a part of. This role offers the opportunity to build a career within the charity and there will be huge scope to learn and grow in this role. On top of this, the charity’s benefits include:
- Cycle to work Scheme
- Life Assurance
- Cash Back Scheme which includes cash back for dental treatment and a range of medical treatments as well as staff discounts with a range of retailers
- 24 hour confidential Employee Assistance helpline
- Salary Sacrifice Scheme for pension contributions
- On-site parking
- Holiday buy back scheme
If this sounds like the type of environment that would suit you for the next phase of your career, then get in touch! The role is permanent and full-time (although flexible working patterns also considered), and offers the opportunity to work flexibly from home and across Merseyside. You must have a driving licence and access to your own vehicle.
If you think you could be the right person to fulfil the exciting responsibilities of this role, apply here, or get in contact with Charlie or Leanne at Charity Horizons for more information.
Please note: If you would like to submit an application or express your interest in an alternative format, such as audio or video upload, please contact either Charlie or Leanne who will be happy to advise on this.
Please also be aware that we use anonymous recruitment methods when submitting shortlists for all our roles and we only work with organisations that are happy to engage with us in this way.
Charity Horizons is an equal opportunities employer and as such actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We welcome and encourage applications from all suitable candidates irrespective of age, disability, hidden disability, race or national origin, religion or belief, gender, gender expression, political view, sexual orientation, medical condition and pregnancy.
We are looking for a Community Fundraiser (South East) for up to 12 months fixed term contract, for an inspiring health charity to identify and secure new community fundraising supporters to support ambitious plans for income growth.
This is a Home-based role, working regionally.
A dedicated charity focused on funding world-leading research, sharing the latest information and campaigning for peoples rights, with an ultimate goal of finding treatments for everyone. They have a wonderful, collaborative and supportive working culture with a staff of around 270 people, securing c29m last year.
They offer some fantastic benefits including, 38 days annual leave (including bank holidays), generous sick pay entitlement
Personalised development plans and options for interest-free emergency loans, as well as much more.
Develop a pipeline of new fundraising prospects and schedule approaches to maximise income.
Assist the Senior Community Fundraiser to develop, implement & monitor regional fundraising plan & budgets.
Support, inspire and encourage the high value community fundraising supporters, implementing the supporter journeys.
Recruit and manage volunteers to deliver key fundraising projects.
Proven record of successful income generation from either the voluntary sector or able to demonstrate transferable skills from the commercial sector
A record of identifying, establishing and retaining new fundraising partners, supporters and fundraising groups/committees
Leading and managing projects
Training and developing volunteers
Our aim is to respond to all successful applications within 5 days. If you havent been contacted within 5 days your application has been unsuccessful, but we positively encourage you to apply for any other positions that you may see in the future.
We apologise that we cannot contact everybody in person but thank you in advance for your interest.
Third Solutions encourages applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Third Solutions acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003.
L’Arche is a worldwide federation of people with and without learning disabilities, working together for a world where all belong. We believe in the transforming impact of genuinely mutual relationships between people with and without disabilities.
In the UK, L’Arche is a registered charity with 11 Communities across England, Scotland and Wales. We celebrate people with learning disabilities, and build communities with them rather than for them. We go beyond supporting people’s basic needs. We attend to their emotional and inner lives, by building spaces of vibrant friendship, opportunity, spirituality and community life.
ABOUT THE ROLE
Job title: Legacy & Individual Giving Fundraiser
Hours of work: 37.5 hours per week
Contract type: Permanent
Salary: Circa £28,000 p.a.
Place of work: Hybrid home/office working with 2/3 days in either our London or Manchester office
Reports to: Trusts & Fundraising Manager
This is an exciting new role, designed to work within and support our enthusiastic, friendly and successful Fundraising & Communications Team who are responsible for raising funds for L'Arche UK and our 11 Communities.
This role will help us to raise the funds for:
- Capital projects to support our Communities;
- 3 Big Conversations across L'Arche, to set collective visions on: the voice and power of people with learning disabilities; our impact; and our spirituality;
- a 2-year programme to digitise our care processes and modernise our IT systems our international work, including emergency funding such as our recent Ukraine appeal, administered throughout L'Arche International and other national L'Arche Communities across the world.
For a full role description and person specification please read the Recruitment Pack.
Closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday 17 December. Initial online interviews will be held in the week beginning 8 January with second interviews held in the week beginning 15 January.
To apply for the role, please submit your CV and a covering letter responding to the person specification (maximum of 2 sides) through our online application form.
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We are seeking someone who will hit the ground running with a proven track record In event organisation. In this role you’ll get to organise events with top speakers and celebrities at prestigious London venues, work with committees and be part of a team that raise £17m.
You’ll need to be a strong administrator, highly organised and be able to work well in a team and with donor led committees. It’s an amazing opportunity for anyone in the events industry seeking an exciting opportunity
Our fundraising Events team have an annual income of £1.2 - £1.4 million. Our Events Team is expected to generate income, via a portfolio of specific event and fundraising projects.
What you will be doing:
Engaging with existing and new supporters in Jewish Care’s work and develop relationships with volunteer committees, maximising their fundraising potential and assisting in other fundraising events projects
Researching, developing, and promoting events to target audiences, and increasing the potential audience by networking and playing an ambassadorial role for Jewish Care.
Managing the budget for the specific events and activities
Visiting our resources and ensuring a thorough knowledge of the service is achieved to increase awareness of volunteer committees and supporters of our values and aims.
What you will bring:
Previous experience of UK fundraising or relevant experience in income generation through consumer-focused sales and marketing activity with demonstrable success at delivering to and beyond targets
Experience of implementing and managing a variety of fundraising or corporate events
A good knowledge of organising fundraising and corporate events
Experience of managing budgets
This organisation is scheduling interviews as the applications come in. Don’t miss your opportunity, apply now!
Community Fundraiser – South East, 12 month – Fixed-Term Contract, an excellent opportunity to join a wonderful National Health Charity. Home-based, working across the South East England region. Must have a driving licence.
- Salary: £31,219 - £35,971 per annum + Car Allowance of £3,000 + £180 Broadband Allowance per annum
- Holidays: 38 days holiday per annum (including bank holidays: 30 days holiday + 8 bank holidays).
Are you a talented Community Fundraiser, looking to join a successful, growing, and ambitious Community Fundraising Team?
This Community Fundraising role offers you the opportunity to grow community fundraising, due to the enthusiastic of those they charity supports, their friends and families, and members of their local groups. You’ll join a lively and creative fundraising department, where they collaborate to ensure supporters at all levels get the very best service.
As the Community Fundraiser, reporting to the Senior Community Fundraiser, your key areas of responsibility will be to:
- Assist the Senior Community Fundraiser to develop, implement & monitor regional fundraising plans & budgets.
- Research & identify opportunities to work with local companies and secure partnerships.
- Grow local support via community service groups and organisations such as Rotary, and other fundraising charities.
- Develop new fundraising prospects and scheduling approaches to maximise income
- Recruit participants to the events programme & community products
- Work with Local Network Groups to provide targeted fundraising support for local services.
- Raise public awareness by working actively in the community with local media and other relevant orgs
- Support, inspire and encourage high value community fundraising supporters, implementing supporter journeys to encourage repeat involvement and increased fundraising
- Recruit and manage volunteers to deliver key fundraising projects
- Thank and recognise key supporters for their exceptional support.
Community Fundraising role we are looking for experience and knowledge across areas such as;
- Experience of working in either a community fundraising role or similar role within fundraising or events, able to demonstrate a good understanding of community and events fundraising, with proven experience of income generation.
- Experience of working closely with supporters, volunteers, local groups.
- Proven ability to identifying, establishing and retaining new fundraising partners, supporters and fundraising groups or committees.
- An excellent communicator, confident, enthusiastic and with great customer care skills.
- Must have a UK driving licence
Please Note - Deadline: Rolling Recruitment, with no set end date. If of interest, do apply ASAP.
The Client reserves the right to close this role early should they find a suitable candidate prior to the advertised deadline.
If you would like to hear more about this opportunity, please apply or call for more information and we’d be very happy to discuss your skills, experience, and the role in more detail.
'Angela Mann Recruitment' is a specialist Charity & NFP Recruitment Agency, with extensive experience and knowledge of working within the sector. We match individuals to roles based on the required skills and experiences requested to fulfil a position, regardless of age, disability, gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.