Charity People are thrilled to be working with an Adult's Health charity in London to find a Trusts Fundraising Manager to focus on mid-value gifts for the charity. The role will also contribute to high value gifts, supported and working with the senior managers in the team.
Job Title: Trusts Fundraising Manager
Organisation: Adults Health charity
Salary: £32,000 - £37,000
Contract: Permanent, Full time
Benefits: 2-3 days working from home
Closing Date: Monday 10th May 2021
Required: CV and Cover Letter
The charity is one of the country's leading charity dedicated to helping everyone make the most of later life. They provide companionship, advice and support for older people who need it most. They stand up and speak for all those who have reached later life, and also protect the long-term interests of future generations. The charity find that many older people feel they have no one to turn to for support. They exist to help older people when they need us the most.
We are looking for a Trusts Fundraising Manager who can achieve or exceed agreed income targets through tailored fundraising proposals to trusts and foundations in order to match donor interests with the charity's programme of work. Research and write compelling cases for support in order to leverage high value gifts from trusts and foundations. Ideally, the right candidate will be confident in identifying, qualifying and prioritising prospects, carrying out high quality prospect research using publicly available information. You need to be able to develop and maintain a forward schedule of planned applications to grow income.
This is a fantastic role for a Trusts fundraiser ready for a role with more responsibility with a large charity that can offer support, development and progression.
To find out more and even apply, contact Stuart Milliner at Charity People.
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