Trust Fundraiser x 2

Location
London (Greater)
Salary
£25,500 - £30,300
Posted
20 Sep 2016
Closes
06 Oct 2016
Ref
NFP16206
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

Have you just started out in fundraising and are looking for your next challenge?

My client is a leading national children and family services charity that seeks to help children and adults with special educational needs and learning disabilities to maximise their potential at home, at school and throughout their lives, through personalised services designed to enable choice.

Over 200 years old, this charity enjoys patronage from Her Majesty the Queen and has an impressive and engaged list of key leaders and donors. Catering to around 7,000 children and adults every year, the charity offers services around education, health and wellbeing, learning disabilties, support and advice, and transition into adulthood. 

The charity is now seeking two Trust Fundraisers to join the fundraising department. You will be joining a busy, committed, fun team of fundraisers to build relationships with both existing and new funders, and write compelling proposals for a wide range of revenue and capital projects. You will also have the opportunity to visit the services and meet some of the people who benefit from the charity.

If you have some trusts fundraising experience, and would like to develop your skills and experience in a large national charity, this role is for you! Please note that although this is not a religious organisation, you will need to have some knowledge of, or willingness to learn about, Jewish culture.

For an informal chat, please contact jo.goldberg@nfpconsulting.co.uk / 07495 259 123 or click on the Apply/Enquire button below. 
 

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