£27096.00 - £36289.00 per annum + Part time flexible working
about 1 month ago
Charity People are thrilled to be supporting the wonderful Garden House Hospice Care based in Letchworth to find an experienced Relationship Fundraising Manager - Trusts and Grants to work To work as part of the Income Generation Team.
Job Title: Relationship Fundraising Manager - Trusts and Grants
Organisation: Garden House Hospice Care
Salary: £27,096 - £36,289
Contract: Permanent, Full-time
Closing Date: Thursday 5th October 2020
Required: CV and Cover Letter
Garden House Hospice Care provides free specialist palliative care for patients, families and carers facing life limiting illnesses from across North Hertfordshire, Stevenage and towns and villages in Central Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire, serving a population of around 230,000 people.
Working with the medical team of highly experienced doctors and nurses, the have specialists in a wide range of roles including complementary physiotherapy, bereavement, occupational therapy, complementary therapy and spiritual care.
The Relationship Fundraising Manager - Trusts and Grants is a crucial position in the income generation team, where you will lead the Trusts and Grants team to grow income and develop income and relationships. In the role, you will need to plan, prepare and submit high quality applications to Trusts and Foundations, which will give you the base to thrive in the role and exceed income targets. We need someone to delivering exceptional account management to maintain the charities current donor base and, where possible, increase support from these donors. Furthermore, you will be expected to actively research new Trusts and Foundations to continually add the pipeline.
We are particuarly looking for someone experienced in Trusts fundraising with the confidence to take a leading role with in this income generations team. There is a desire to take on someone who has regularly secured five figure gifts and at times six figures, which will evidence the specialist nature of the role. The hospice deals with palliative care, so the person coming into the role will be motivated by some of the wonderful case studies linked to the hospice, the will also be able to communicate the need for funding the hospice in the form of reports and applications.
This role is perfect for someone confident in his or her ability to lead in a Trust fundraising role and will feel comfortable using a story telling approach to secure the gifts needed to fund this incredible hospice.
To find out more or to apply for the role, please contact Stuart Milliner at Charity People.
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