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Community Fundraiser

Home-Based (UK)
£25,260.79 per annum (pro rata)
Closing date
18 Apr 2024

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Fundraising, Community Fundraising
Part Time
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Community Fundraiser
Home-Based (UK)

About Us

We are SafeLives, the UK-wide charity dedicated to ending domestic abuse for good.

Working with organisations across the UK, we are transforming the response to domestic abuse. Together, we design and deliver support to thousands of adults and children every year, putting survivors’ voices at the heart of everything we do, whilst challenging and supporting perpetrators to change.

No one should live in fear. It is not acceptable, not inevitable and together, we can make it stop.

We are now looking for a Community Fundraiser to join our team on a permanent, part-time basis, working 15 hours per week.

The Benefits

- Salary of £25,260.79 per annum (pro rata)
- 34 days’ holiday per year plus public holidays (pro rata)
- Pension scheme with 4% employer contribution
- Eye care vouchers
- Flexible working, such as compressed hours
- Cycle to work scheme
- Childcare vouchers
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Clinical supervision
- Holiday purchase scheme
- Enhance family leave policies
- Enhance sick pay
- Professional development fund
- Individual learning budget
- Restorative Practice Training
- Time off in lieu

If you are an enthusiastic fundraiser with great communication and presentation skills, this is your opportunity to join our vital organisation and help prevent domestic violence.

You'll have the chance to utilise your fundraising skills in making a tangible difference in the lives of thousands of individuals and families affected by domestic violence, contributing to a cause that truly matters.

So, if you’re ready to be part of the movement dedicated to ending domestic abuse forever, then apply today.

The Role

As a Community Fundraiser, you will play a key role in generating income for our organisation that will enable our work and support us to continue to combat domestic violence.

Specifically, you will seek to expand our network of individual givers and community fundraisers, growing our supporter base through events and fundraising. You will act as the primary point of contact for givers, fundraisers and corporates, maintaining great relationships with current supporters and seeking new opportunities for fund generation.

You will also develop and manage a comprehensive programme of fundraising events and occasionally organise events for our high-net-worth donors.

Additionally, you will:

- Collaborate with the Communications Team to promote fundraisers and events
- Monitor the Fundraising email inbox, responding to new fundraising enquiries
- Ensure we are GDPR compliant
- Analyse fundraising data and report on the monthly fundraising income

About You

To be considered as a Community Fundraiser, you will need:

- Experience running and/or taking part in fundraising activities
- The ability to process complex information and ensure suitability for different audiences
- A creative and innovative approach to presenting information
- Excellent administration and logistical skills
- Excellent writing and editing skills

The closing date for this role is 18th April 2024.

Other organisations may call this role Fundraiser, Charity Fundraiser, Fundraising Executive, Fundraising Officer, Charity Fundraising Co-ordinator, or Fundraising and Events Officer.

SafeLives is committed to providing equal opportunities for all, irrespective of age, disability, race, sex, religion/belief, sexuality, gender identity, marital/civil partnership, pregnancy/maternity and working patterns. We are keen to have staff that appropriately represent all the communities we serve as an organisation.

So, if you’re ready to step into an impactful role as a Community Fundraiser, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.


Company info
0117 403 3220
Suite 2a, Whitefriars
Lewins Mead

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