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Senior Major Donor Fundraiser

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Senior Major Donor Fundraiser

  • Location:

    London, England

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  • Salary:

    £40000.00 - £45000.00 per annum

  • Contact:

    Philippa Bryant

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  • Published:

    10 months ago

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We are seeking a talented major donor fundraiser to join the friendly and ambitious fundraising team at a national Christian organisation based in Pimlico, London.

This is a unique opportunity for an experienced major donor fundraiser to work in an exciting media environment which will involve relationship building with high net worth individuals and through prestigious events, working with a variety of audiences covering radio and publishing.

A vibrant, buzzing place to work, this charity has beautiful offices complete with their own radio station and tv studios. The charity is currently in the silent phase of a large capital campaign, and is looking for a Major Donor specialist to join the six person fundraising team and work with a portfolio of warm prospects to help meet the campaign target.

To be successful in this role, you will have a track record of securing 5 and 6 figure gifts from HNWIs and the ability to play a strategic role in maximising income from individuals. A natural communicator with a warm, professional and approachable manner, you will be target-driven, entrepreneurial and have excellent relationship building skills.

Please apply initially with a copy of your CV for lots more information. Philippa Bryant is your consultant:

We're looking to move quickly with this role so please apply ASAP to avoid disappointment.

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