Action Against Hunger have established a strong platform for the growth of their public engagement fundraising. For example, they rebranded in 2016, they became members of the Disasters Emergency Committee in 2018, and they launched a new website optimised for a public audience in 2020.
Using the platform of their increasing profile, a priority objective of their strategy for the next five years is to establish a significant long-term sustainable income stream. Public engagement is a key feature of this strategy.
QuarterFive and our clients know fundraising could better reflect the diverse backgrounds and experiences of the people the charity sector supports. We encourage individuals with relevant skills and experience to apply for roles regardless of age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief. If you think you meet some of the criteria for a role and would like to discuss how your other experience might transfer, please ask us for a chat. We’re here to support you. Appointments will be made on merit alone and we will gladly make reasonable adjustments to always ensure a fair process.