Up to £30000.00 per annum
27 days ago
Charity People are pleased to be helping the incredible Young Camden Foundation to find an experienced Fundraising Officer specialising in Trusts and Foundations income. The role requires someone with strong experience securing a variety of gifts through Trusts and can use this experience to advise, guide and support the charities members.
Job Title: Fundraising Officer
Organisation: Young Camden Foundation
Contract: Permanent, 15 - 22 hours per week
Closing date: Wednesday 11th November 2020
Required: CV and Cover Letter
Young Camden Foundation provides a positive new approach to supporting the Children and Young People sector. They are determined to safeguard high-quality play and youth provision in the borough.
They encourage and assist their members, partners, and supporters in connecting and working together to form innovative and sustainable opportunities for young people. They aim to do this by utilising their networks to broker more investment and build more capacity in the Children and Young People sector.
The Fundraising Officer will play a pivotal role in supporting and advising members of the Young Camden Foundation in all things fundraising. The role is perfectly suited for an experience Trusts fundraiser who will be able to help members to secure funding and help advise on prospects. It will be a role with a lot of diversity and it's a fantastic chance for someone to pass on their valuable experience to those who can really make a difference after securing their funding. In the role, you will foster and maintain good relationships with the members with a focus on developing an excellent understanding of their outputs, outcomes and fundraising objectives.
Ideally, we are looking for someone who has the strength of experience to guide a number of the members and partners, whilst having the confidence in your own knowledge which can then be used to benefit those members. You will undertake prospect research into potential new funders from the wide range of trusts and foundations using internet, online databases, and other sources, prioritising as appropriate.
To find out more or to apply for this role, please contact Stuart Milliner at Charity People.
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