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Head of Fundraising and Communications

Flexible, London office at least once a week & required for in person meetings/fundraising activity
£50,0000 (including London weighting) plus a competitive pension
Closing date
29 Mar 2024

Our client, an organisation dedicated to promoting mental health and well-being within the Black community, have provided 1000’s of sessions of therapy In the last year for individuals in the Black community and they have ambitious growth plans.

Head of Fundraising and Communications
Flexible, must work from their London office at least once a week and required for in person meetings and fundraising activities.
Salary: £50,0000 (including London weighting) plus a competitive pension
Contract: Full time - permanent

Their benefits:

Competitive pension 25 days annual leave Flexible working (with some core hours) In person and remote working You will be joining the organisation at a pivotal time as they ambitiously seek to grow their reach and income over the next five years. They laid considerable foundation in their fundraising function and now they’re looking for a driven, focused and highly proficient Head of fundraising and communications to join their team to deliver their strategy.

About the role

They are recruiting an exceptional and experienced Head of fundraising to work closely with the chief executive and the board of trustees to lead and manage the growth of their fundraising activity. This exciting role will suit an experienced fundraiser who can deliver strategically and influence at a senior level both internally and externally. They will implement fundraising initiatives and their overarching fundraising strategy to build and manage partnerships, working creatively to grow existing funding and establish new income sources.

Reporting to the CEO, this role will manage the current team and grow their fundraising function according to the fundraising strategy. They will also be part of the senior leadership team.

Their vision

A community of Black people, readily accessing mental health support, recovering fully from mental illness and thriving

Their Mission

They create and champion safe, and accessible mental health support with, and for the Black community.

Their Values

Community, Access, Safety, Healing and Change

Please note that the application deadline is March 29th 2024.
They will review all applications and contact shortlisted candidates for further assessment and interviews.


First round online: Beginning of April 2024
Second round: In-person in London, Mid to late April 2024 – To be confirmed


Please click 'Apply' and follow the job board process. You will receive an email from CHM Recruit containing further information on how to apply for the role.
Please note that although you may be asked by the job board to upload a CV, you are not applying at this stage.

They are committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse work environment. They encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds, particularly those from Black and minority ethnic communities.

No agencies please.


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