An exciting opportunity has come up for a Community Fundraiser for Scotland. You will be joining a team of home-based relational fundraisers who are committed to delivering the very best fundraising and support.
Working independently as well as being a key member of a high-performing fundraising team, you will have proven experience of successful community fundraising and volunteer management. Using your insight, creativity, and innovation you will develop and deliver a programme of successful and sustainable fundraising activity/ campaigns and relationships within the region.
Your role will be to deliver high levels of stewardship to a variety of volunteers, supporters, and community events and to identify, develop, and support fundraising opportunities to maximise fundraising activity and income, whilst significantly raising regional profile to grow core income and supporter/donor involvement.
You will be responsible for the management and development of volunteer community fundraisers. You will be using your exceptional stewardship skills to guide, support and retain volunteers, supporters, and donors by demonstrating in-depth knowledge and understanding of the supporter/donor journey.
You will be attending and representing Cystic Fibrosis Trust at meetings and events when required and using existing and new networks to maximize potential fundraising activities, whilst deepening supporter/donor relationships to drive further engagement and support.
You will be working towards increasing regional visibility through effective marketing and communication of fundraising activities using a variety of media including but not limited to digital, white copy (e.g., newsletters, posters etc.), telemarketing etc., balancing cost and expected impact.
This role will be home-based, and you will be required to travel to our London head office, throughout the region and the UK to support events, meetings and attend training workshops. A full, valid UK driving licence or access to the use of a car with business insurance is a requirement of this role.
Benefits include 30 days annual leave, flexible working and opportunities for learning and development.
Please note you will need to have the right to work in the UK before starting work for us and we will check this.
Cystic Fibrosis Trust welcomes applications from candidates from all backgrounds and particularly from people with cystic fibrosis, disabled people, and Black, Asian and minority ethnic and LGBTQI+ candidates.
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We are looking for a Partnership Officer to support our funded partners to address unfair health inequalities and contribute to the successful delivery of our funding programmes.
People’s Health Trust believes in a world without health inequalities. We work to ensure that where you live does not unfairly reduce the length of your life, or the quality of your health.
The Trust’s mission is to address health inequalities in Great Britain and create fairer places in which to grow, live, work and age. Through our funding and support, we support resident-led approaches which have an impact on the socio-economic causes of health inequalities.
This is an exciting time to join the Trust. Through a fixed term contract until the end of 2023, you will be supporting the delivery of our funding programmes and helping to shape future programmes as we move into the second year of our three-year strategy.
Your enthusiasm, knowledge and experience of working with neighbourhoods or community groups to create change will be essential to supporting our current funded partners with sustainability and capacity building. You will draw on your analytical and relationship-building skills, together with an understanding of the needs of community organisations, to ensure funding partnerships are managed effectively.
Working with colleagues across the Trust, you will contribute to the development of our grant programmes and will work collaboratively to share learning internally and externally.
We are committed to being a Disability Confident Employer. Our equalities, diversity and inclusion data shows that we are currently under-represented by certain groups of people. We would particularly encourage applications from Black, Asian and minoritised ethnic communities and disabled people.