We’re looking for two people to join our new Fundraising department: a manager and a community fundraiser
Fundraising Manager Ref FM2020
We are on the lookout for a dedicated Fundraising Manager to lead on all things fundraising; individual giving, legacies, corporate partnerships, community fundraising, trusts & foundations. The successful applicant will be given license to develop a team to support a key organisational priority – diversifying our income to support the development of amazing front line services.
To provide first class services we need a first-class team and in addition to being part of a unique mission you will also benefit from a range of benefits:
Leading on all things fundraising, you will work closely with the CEO to develop a fundraising strategy that is focused on increasing income to enable the delivery of some exciting and transformative projects. Your primary goal will be to build the internal infrastructure to support a new fundraising department whilst securing income through a variety of sources.
As you come to settle into the role you will be empowered to recruit a fundraising team to support your vision – embedding our values of transparency, excellence and carer focus at every turn.
You'll be a talented, motivational individual who empowers, enables and leads by example. This would be a fantastic development opportunity if you are an ambitious fundraiser looking to make your mark and be responsible for funding life changing services.
If you want to be involved in leading this great period growth with the opportunity to make your mark, then we are the non-profit for you. On our wish list: Proven experience of delivering successful, sustainable fundraising and first-class donor care. You'll be an excellent communicator and relationship-builder, highly organised with an ability to inspire passion in others.
You will enjoy working in collaboration with other teams to deliver first class reports and project specifications.
You will identify, generate and grow charitable income across various fundraising streams including trusts and foundations, corporates, legacies, major donors, individual giving and community fundraising to develop and implement a sustainable fundraising strategy.
The role will focus on generating donations from trusts and foundations as well as corporate sponsorship, while growing the reputation of the charity on a regional level. Initially you will be the charity’s main fundraiser, implementing the full fundraising mix, maximising income and developing new and innovative fundraising streams. It is expected that you will then recruit individuals to support your fundraising strategy in collaboration with the CEO.For further information and to apply, please click here
Deadline: 1st March 2020
If you’d like an informal discussion about this role, please contact Chris Stelling, Chief Executive Officer
Phone: 0300 111 1919
Community Engagement and Fundraising Coordinator Ref: CEFRC2020
We are fortunate to have supporters who regularly give to us to sustain and grow the wide range of services we offer to local carers. We could not maintain the range of services we offer without the voluntary income we receive.
We are now looking for a Coordinator to take our community engagement and fundraising to the next level. With a track record of hitting robust targets, you will excel in identifying and engaging supporters, giving them both the practical support and inspiration to help them in their fundraising efforts. You’ll be persuasive when you’re talking about the work we do, so that local groups and businesses will be excited about supporting and working with us. But you’ll also have an eye for process, be financially literate and experienced in working with a database.
If you are an experienced fundraiser, a people person, a numbers person and are inspired about helping a growing local charity achieve even more for local people, we would like to hear from you.
Deadline: Monday 2 March 2020, 10am
If you’d like an informal discussion about this role, please contact Carol Solaiman, Commuunity Engagement & Volunteering Lead:
Phone: 0300 111 1919
We are always looking for people to join our amazing team of volunteers
Contact Carol, our Volunteer Coordinator to find out what is available:
Development & Engagement Lead / Volunteer Coordinator
Suite K, Sandland Court, Pilgrim Centre, Brickhill Drive,BedfordMK41 7PZ