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Fundraising Manager (Corporate Partnerships)

YMCA England and Wales
London (Central), London (Greater)
£41, 256 per annum
Closing date
14 Apr 2024

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Fundraising, Corporate Fundraising
Children & Youth
Full Time
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Across England and Wales, YMCA runs as a federation with 80+ local YMCAs working independently to support young people to belong, contribute and thrive in their communities, collectively supporting more than 375,000 young people each year.

YMCA’s work spans Housing, Family & Youth Work, Health & Wellbeing, Support & Advice and Training & Education, and we are the largest provider of safe, supported accommodation for young people in England and Wales, providing a home for more than 20,000 people experiencing homelessness each year.

YMCA England & Wales acts as the national council, supporting each local YMCA within our federation, enabling the development of national programmes and acting as a national voice with Government and decision makers.

We are looking for a corporate fundraising specialist to join the team at YMCA England & Wales at a very exciting time. In the last year alone, we have launched two new multi-year partnerships and tripled income in the Corporate Partnerships function.

The successful candidate will join a supportive, highly ambitious and growing team, and play a key role in implementing our new Corporate Partnerships strategy.

In the last year, we have launched two new multi-year partnerships and tripled income in the Corporate Partnerships function. In January 2024, we restructured the Fundraising team and committed to resourcing functions to best support continued growth.

As Fundraising Manager (Corporate Partnerships), you will:

  • Account manage key, strategically important corporate partnerships and relationships, responsible for meeting associated income targets, providing excellent stewardship and delivering growth;
  • Identify and develop potential new business relationships and funding opportunities for YMCA England & Wales; and
  • Support the implementation of the corporate fundraising strategy, to build YMCA’s reputation as a charity partner and maximise value from existing and potential corporate supporters.

The successful candidate will have excellent commercial awareness, strong communication and interpersonal skills and a demonstrable track record in achieving income targets through corporate fundraising.

To apply for this role, please submit your up to date CV. A cover letter is a great supporting tool for your application.

Our recruitment process is anonymised and candidates' names are hidden. We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds, particularly those from disabled and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates, who are currently under-represented throughout YMCA England & Wales. Safer recruitment is important to us and the successful applicant will be asked to provide two references. They will also be required to complete a safeguarding self-declaration, safeguarding training and undertake a DBS check.



About Us YMCA believes in fairness and opportunity. There are essential building blocks for a full and rewarding life: a safe home; acceptance; guidance; friendship; physical and mental health; academic support; employment skills; and access to real opportunities. Many young people have never known these things; other people have lost one or more as they grew up, but we all need them. All of us. At YMCA, we provide these critical foundations for a fresh, strong start for young people and a better quality of life in the community.

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