Charity registered in Scotland SC049112
Set up in 2018 in memory of artist and Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison, Tiny Changes is a national children and young people’s mental health charity. Through his music and art Scott made tiny changes that had a big impact. His honesty and openness about his own mental health inspired people from all walks of life.
We are a growing community of tiny change makers; raising funds and awareness to support projects and ideas that help young minds feel better. We believe that young people need our support now more than ever. Early intervention is essential to improve mental health, and public services in Scotland are struggling to cope. Tiny Changes was set up to build a community, raise voices and inspire change that will transform young people’s mental health in Scotland. The Tiny Changes team is growing all the time, you can read more about our team, creative partners and Wavemakers over on our blog.
Do you have experience of community fundraising through local and mass events and digital engagement or e-commerce?
Love creating a supporter journey that helps retain and grow a charity’s community?
Do you understand the value of movement building and raising diverse young people’s voices for social change?
Do you agree we’re facing a young people’s mental health crisis made worse by inequality and want to do something about it together with as many people as possible?
We’re looking for someone like you!
This is a unique opportunity for a hard-working, high-performing, creative and equalities-driven Community Lead who shares our values to join our busy and growing charity.
We are recruiting for an outgoing, experienced team player to be our new Community Lead. At the heart of this role, you will be responsible for engaging with and coordinating Tiny Changes’ incredible community that shares a passion for helping young minds feel better and has made our work possible to date. Our community includes a growing number of volunteer Wavemakers under 30, fundraisers of all ages and supporters online. The role involves leading large, creative fundraising and engaging projects and campaigns, including improving our online merch sales, brand visibility and trust. Part of this will involve cultivating new sponsorship and partnerships for Tiny Changes. The Community Lead has line management responsibility for the Tiny Changes Engagement Administrator, and will work with them to oversee and mobilise all volunteer Wavemakers.
The role will require a great communicator who finds encouraging and supporting others comes naturally to them. You will develop existing community fundraising income streams and proactively secure and maintain relationships with present and future supporters. The Community Lead will promote Tiny Changes values and mission by being bold, kind, honest and hopeful in their ideas and project management to ultimately make big waves for young people’s mental health in Scotland.
Who are we looking for?
We are interested in hearing from people who have the following skills and experience:
We particularly welcome applications from the following groups:
Tiny Changes was set up in memory of artist and Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison. Through his music and art Scott made tiny changes that had a big impact. His honesty and openness about his own mental health inspired people from all walks of life. Tiny Changes is Scott’s legacy. We are Scotland’s very first national children and young people’s mental health charity; funding projects and ideas that help young minds feel better.
Since the charity was founded, it has built a loyal community of supporters and fundraisers across Scotland and internationally. Recently hitting £1 million raised from our community, but with corporate and strategic partnerships largely underdeveloped, it's a crucial time to continue building great relationships with our existing community and encourage new partners, fundraisers and supporters to be part of a movement for change.
Tiny Changes is seeking a part time consultant with immediate start working 1-2 days per week for up to 6 months. As a growing charity with a high profile, we’re looking for the right person to develop this potential and form high impact corporate partnerships, all directed towards helping young minds feel better.
The partnerships consultant will prospect for new business and deliver proactive account management of Tiny Changes partnerships. This will involve developing current partners and building a pipeline of prospective partnerships with an agreed target to enable delivery of income targets. This role is consultancy based, meaning you’ll be self-employed and work autonomously with self-motivation and discipline.
The consultant will:
The role will be to establish new business for Tiny Changes, responsibilities include