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Charity People is heading up the search party for one of the North West’s biggest and most recognisable health and medical charities. Are you an experienced Legacy Fundraiser able to develop this growing income stream to support the charity’s life-saving mission?
Part-time: 3 days per week
Salary: £28,535 FTE (£17,121 pro rata)
You understand the power of legacy fundraising as the ultimate (and perhaps most special gift) a supporter can make. Putting exceptional donor stewardship at the heart of everything you do, you’ll develop a multi-channel Gifts In Wills and legacy programme that supports donors to learn about and make informed decisions around legacy giving.
On our ‘wish list’:
* Previous legacy fundraising and/or marketing experience
* Exceptional relationship and engagement skills with supporters, partners (e.g. solicitors) and internally
* Supporter journey champion with the ability to engage and grow supporter relationships, specifically with legacies in mind
* Solid understanding of donor recruitment techniques including marketing, stewardship and cultivation events
* Ability to communicate across a range of channels
Ideally, you’ll have previous legacy fundraising experience, although we’re open to fundraising professionals with an interest in becoming legacy specialist.
Flexible, life and family-friendly working culture. Based either from the charity’s Knowsley office or a mix of home/office working depending on candidate’s circumstances.
For lots more detail on this exciting role, please send a copy of your CV to our North West consultant, Amelia Lee.
We will be meeting candidates on a rolling basis for this role, so please get in touch ASAP to avoid disappointment.
Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We want to do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.