Community Fundraiser


Company 

NFP People

Location 

cambridge

Employment Hours 

Full Time

Employment Type 

Permanent

Salary 

Job Requirements/Description

Community Fundraiser

We are looking for a proactive Community Fundraiser to engage individuals in local communities to maximise income generation by developing and maintaining relationships.

Position: Community Fundraiser

Location: Cambridge /hybrid

Salary: £24,000 - £26,000 per annum (depending on skills and experience)

Hours: Full-time, 37.5 hours per week

Contract: Permanent

About the Role:

As Community Fundraiser you will be a proactive member of the fundraising team and responsible for steward relations with Individual fundraisers, schools, and community groups, in memory and challenge eventers. You will support fundraisers who want to make a difference, which is central to the charity's fundraising strategy.

Whilst community fundraising incorporates various income streams, you will be tasked and targeted to generate income from a specific area which may vary over time. Ultimately, you'll be playing a crucial role in helping to ensure that the greatest number of people are having the greatest impact to make things even better.

About You:

As a Community Fundraiser you will have experience in managing multiple priorities and strict deadlines and have experience of working in a similar fundraising role within a charity or not-for-profit organisation.

Main responsibilities:

  • Work closely with the Community Fundraising Manager and Head of Community Fundraising to support the implementation of the region-wide Fundraising Strategy.
  • Plan and deliver effective, exciting, and appropriate fundraising activities.
  • Attend fundraising and other events as required across the 6 counties in the East of England. This will involve some weekend and evening work along with traveling and transporting event materials.
  • Develop and nurture relationships with fundraisers, with the aim of maximising the funds they raise.
  • Work closely with colleagues to involve them in building relationships with supporters and in fundraising activities as required.
  • Achieve agreed income targets and plan and monitor the allocation of the budget in conjunction with the senior leadership team.
  • Record data accurately using Donorfy database.
  • Devise and implement a communications plan to promote fundraising initiatives in the region, working with the Communications Team.
  • Provide content for the organisation's communications channels, e.g., newsletters, e-newsletters, impact magazine, appeals and social media.
  • To participate in team meetings, planning and any corporate development activities and initiatives as may be identified from time to time.

Essential Skills:

  • Great communication skills
  • An excellent eye for detail
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Experience of managing multiple priorities and strict deadlines
  • Conscientious approach to your work
  • A good team player
  • Ability to build strong relationships.
  • Ability to work unsupervised whilst also being a team player.
  • Previous experience of working in a similar fundraising role within a charity or not-for-profit organisation
  • Empathy and understanding with an enthusiastic, positive attitude.
  • Driving licence - transportation of materials around the 6 counties of East Anglia is a key part of the role

Other roles you may have experience with could include Fundraising, Fundraiser, Community, Community Fundraiser, Community Fundraising, Events Fundraiser, Individual Giving, Supporter Engagement, In Memory Fundraiser, Challenge Events Fundraiser. #INDNFP


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Company 

NFP People

Location 

cambridge

Employment Hours 

Full Time

Employment Type 

Permanent

Salary 

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