£30000.00 - £34000.00 per annum
12 days ago
Charity People are working with the incredible Lord's Taverners to find a Trust and Foundations Officer to take on a pivotal role in the fundraising team. Lord's Taverners is a superb sports charity that focuses on inclusion in sport, particularly children and young people with disabilities, as well as young people in low income regions.
Job Title: Trusts and Foundations Officer
Organisation: Lord's Taverners
Salary: £30,000 - £34,000
Location: Blackfrier's, London
Closing Date: Thursday 23rd October 2020
Required: CV and Cover Letter
We are seeking a motivated and forward thinking Trusts fundraiser with experience securing a variety of gifts through Trusts and Foundations. The successful candidate will join a team of highly motivated fundraisers and programme officers focused on developing a series of successful programmes nationwide.
Lord's Taverners exists to enhance the prospects of disadvantaged and disabled young people using cricket and other forms of sport and recreation to engage with them. The charity are passionate about helping to create more opportunities for young people to take part in sport and recreation, through the continued expansion of their programmes and further investment in vital facilities and equipment. Such successful programmes include Table Cricket, Wicketz and Super ones.
The Trusts and Foundations Officer will need to be an excellent writer, experienced at structuring persuasive cases for support. Driven and self-motivated, they will have a proven track record of successfully securing significant funding applications and experience of working with statutory funders. We need someone who will be confident managing a warm portfolio, yet comfortable bringing in new business as well. The charity are in a fortunate position whereby they can take someone on with some fresh ideas and new approaches to fundraising.
The charity are really dedicated in developing and progressing their staff. On top of this, they have some excellent staff benefits across the charity.
It's a magnificent charity and if you wish to apply or find out more, please contact Stuart at Charity People.
To read a bit more about our experience when we met them, please check out the Charity People website and have a look at our blogs page where we wrote about the charity.
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