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Events Fundraiser

Employer
St Luke's Hospice
Location
St Luke's Hospice, Harrow, HA3 0YG
Salary
£18,000 – £19,800 (FTE £30,000 – £33,000) Depending on experience
Closing date
14 Dec 2023

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Function
Fundraising, Events Fundraising
Sector
Health & Medical
Hours
Part Time
Contract Type
Permanent
Seniority
Junior

Job Details

Contract: Part-Time

Salary: £18,000 – £19,800 (FTE £30,000 – £33,000) Depending on experience

HOURS OF WORK:  22.5 hours (3 days per week) covering weekend events if needed

St Luke’s Hospice – Caring for Harrow and Brent St Luke’s Hospice cares for people approaching the end of their life in Harrow and Brent. We aim to give the people we care for the best possible quality of life, each and every day. Supporting local people and their families is at the heart of what we do – focusing on what matters the most to them is at the centre of our care.

The care we give is free of charge, available to all, and respects the cultures, religions, and beliefs in our richly diverse community. Our care is given with compassion and dignity and involves not just looking after the patient, but also includes supporting the people closest to them. 

Our local community is a vital partner in our care, kindly supporting us through their donations and fundraising alongside the dedication of over 800 incredible volunteers who freely give us their time to support the best possible end-of-life care for local people.

Events are a vital part of the fundraising portfolio at St Luke’s Hospice. This exciting opportunity is a part-time contract to work as an Events Fundraiser, alongside dynamic and innovative colleagues in the Events and Community team.

You will be required to market, deliver, and recruit to a series of fundraising events to raise
income from the local community of Harrow and Brent. The team delivers a wide range of opportunities for people to fundraise through events participation.

The team delivers a wide range of opportunities for people to fundraise through events participation. We do this through hospice-organised events such as our flagship Midnight Walk event, a multi-day UK walk, a Santa-themed run, and through recruiting to third-party events where we buy places, such as the London Marathon. You will work across the fundraising department, in a culture of innovation and collaboration, to meet overall fundraising objectives.

There will be the requirement to work occasional evenings, and weekends around certain events (for which Time off in Lieu is given).

 

Applicants are encouraged to inform us if any reasonable adjustments are needed to be made during any part of the recruitment process.

St Luke’s Hospice are equal opportunity employers and particularly welcome applications from groups who are currently under-represented in our staff.

Please note: We will not be able to employ you if you are not eligible to work in the UK. We will not be able to obtain a work permit on your behalf.

Company

St Luke’s Hospice is committed to improving the quality of life for those with advanced progressive illnesses no longer responsive to cure and either have such complex needs as to be best met by a specialist palliative care service or have an expected prognosis of less than one year. It provides support to patients, and extends support to those people important to them whilst maintaining their dignity and respect. In addition the hospice provides expertise, education and support to the professional health and social care community.

St Luke’s Hospice cares for all those approaching the end of their life in Harrow and Brent. We aim to give the people we care for the best possible quality of life, each and every day. Supporting local people and their families is at the heart of what we do – making every moment matter at the most difficult time.

The care we give is free of charge, available to all, and is given with the utmost compassion and dignity.   Approximately 70% of the cost of St Luke’s services is funded by our fundraising and retail income; through our community making donations, taking part in events, supporting our shops and making gifts in wills. Everything we do is about people and relationships, and the community we serve is one of the most culturally diverse in the UK, supported by the dedication of a team of incredible volunteers

 

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