Trust Fundraiser

  • Part time
  • £26,000 – £30,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow (On site)
  • Closing 10th May 2024


  • Advertised from 15th April 2024
  • 25 hours per week.

Role

If you’re passionate about fundraising and making a difference, this opportunity with The Jeely Piece Club could be a rewarding fit!

The Jeely Piece Club is currently seeking a Trusts & Foundations Fundraiser to join their team. As a fundraiser, your role will involve researching information, planning, and writing bid applications to contribute to the organisation’s fundraising efforts. You’ll be responsible for communicating key messages and data about The Jeely Piece Club, inspiring and engaging potential funders, and ensuring successful bid applications. Working closely with the Senior Management Team and other staff and trustees, you’ll implement The Jeely Piece Club’s fundraising strategy to achieve sustainable income.

About The Jeely Piece Club:

The Jeely Piece Club was formed in 1975 to provide play opportunities and early education services for children in one of Glasgow’s largest housing schemes. The organisation was started by a group of local mums who wanted activities for their children. Today, that ethos remains the same. To provide opportunities for children in one of Glasgow’s most deprived communities.

For over 49 years, The Jeely Piece Club has been providing services for children, and families affected by poverty

A sector-leading, trauma-informed organisation, our mission is to work with children and their families to improve life chances by providing a range of inclusive, safe, playful experiences and opportunities.

Key Accountabilities:

  1. Delivering fundraising priorities and targets for trusts and the foundation's income, including our current and future major appeals.
  2. Researching, identifying, and prioritising appropriate trusts and foundations to maintain and convert a pipeline of new, prospective trusts and foundations.
  3. Working with colleagues across the organisation to help shape projects for funding and creating strong Cases for Support to ensure effective applications.
  4. Writing and submitting high-quality targeted funding applications.
  5. Managing relationships with existing and new funders to encourage maximum funding, multi-year funding awards, and repeat funding.
  6. Monitoring outcomes, updating the Funding Matrix, and producing timely reports and information as required externally by funders and internally for Management reporting.

Application notes

For further details on how to apply, please visit our website.


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