We are thrilled to be working in partnership with a children’s health charity that supports families whose children have cancer or life-challenging conditions to recruit an experienced Community Fundraising Executive who can help the charity secure vital funding to support their work.
Role: Community Fundraising Executive
Hybrid working – East Molesey office
Salary: Up to £33,000 p/a depending on experience
Benefits: 6.6 working weeks of annual leave (inclusive of bank holiday), contributory pension scheme, personal development training, employee wellbeing incentive including: opportunities for stays at one of the company holiday cabins, in-office massage therapist visits, peer to peer support, wellbeing focus group
About the Charity
Momentum Children’s Charity was founded 19 years ago by the Chief Executive and has grown enormously over that time. They currently have partnerships with 10 hospitals that refer families to the charity for support. They provide therapies and counselling, respite holidays, and special family experiences to support families across London, Surrey, and Sussex whose children are facing cancer or a life-challenging condition. They are on a mission to help many more families, and they need brilliant and talented people to share their ambition and make it happen.
About the role
As a Community Fundraising Executive, you’ll lead the development and delivery of a range of community fundraising initiatives working with schools community groups, rotary clubs, etc.
You will manage events such as Pyjama Day, Spirit of Christmas Grotto, bakes sake and so much more. You’ll also attend select community events, acting as a charity ambassador.
You’ll manage the charity’s existing and new community supporters, providing them with appropriate advice and support with income generating activities.
You’ll proactively explore and develop new areas of community fundraising, build relationships with community groups and local organisations, and ensure that relevant fundraising pages of the Momentum Children’s Charity website are regularly updated.
About the candidate
Joining our team means becoming a part of a group of dedicated fundraisers who are passionate, supportive, and driven. We are looking for someone who embodies a proactive ‘can-do’ attitude, excels in strategic planning for pipeline development, and continually seeks out new opportunities.
You have community fundraising experience or transferable skills, and a successful history of meeting financial and non-financial targets.
You possess knowledge of donor management and customer care principles, are self-motivated and proactive, and have strong negotiation and influencing abilities.
You possess outstanding verbal, written, and presentation skills, exceptional time management proficiency, and proficiency in MS Office and CRM databases.
Possession of a valid UK driving license with access to a car and a reliable internet connection at home for effective remote working is essential.
How to apply
To apply please send your CV to tanya@charityPeople.co.uk . If your CV is of interest, we’ll be in touch with further details and to arrange a phone or video call. We encourage you to apply as soon as possible as interviews are happening on a rolling basis. We wish you all the best in your application.
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