£27000 - £30200 per annum
21 days ago
Are you a Trusts fundraising specialist looking to work for a local front-line charity making a phenomenal impact on the lives of patients and families? Having worked tirelessly through the lockdown period to continue to deliver exceptional care, this fantastic Yorkshire hospice is now looking for a talented Trusts and Major Gifts Fundraiser to enable their crucial work to continue.
This is a part-time role working 22.5 hours per week with flexibility on how the working week is shaped to suit your personal circumstances.
The charity is based in West Yorkshire, but flexible on homeworking providing you can commute to the office for meetings once restrictions are lifted.
The Trusts and Foundations programme already raises over £150,000 pa for the hospice - with an ambitious plan for patient care, they need to increase fundraising further. Alongside creating and submitting compelling cases for support and bespoke funding proposals, you'll also build and nurture relationships with grant givers.
This role also offers the exciting opportunity to develop, from scratch, a mid-level appeal programme from which you can grow a major gifts programme. Reporting directly into a brilliant Head of Fundraising with a specialism in trusts and foundations, there's a unique opportunity for professional growth and learning here.
We are looking for a previous track-record of trust fundraising. Ideally, you'll also have experience of managing relationships with individuals, although this could be a fantastic development opportunity for an experienced Trusts fundraiser keen to spread their philanthropy wings.
To find out further information about this exciting role, please get in touch with Amelia Lee: email@example.com
We are looking to submit candidates on a rolling basis so please get in touch ASAP if interested.
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