Caxton Youth Organisation | Victoria, London office, but you can go in as often or as little as you like | £31,000 to £35,000 DOE | Permanent, full time

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About the charity/role

The Caxton Youth Organisation is a Westminster youth club focused on helping young people with physical and mental disabilities. They offer a safe space for fun, friendship and socialising, as well as structured programmes in communications, cultural opportunities, health and personal care, and independence.

The CYO is looking for a Fundraising Manager who will bring in £220k per year for core and additional projects. They are already 65% of the way there for the 2021/22 target, so there is time for the new Fundraising Manager to settle in and embed in the organisation.

Although this role is the lead fundraiser and reports directly into the CEO, it is a supportive and inclusive environment, and for large complex bids there is a fundraising subcommittee on hand to hash out plans of action with. On occasion the charity also collaborates with other Westminster or other disability charities for joint bids, which the Fundraising Manager will help to coordinate.

All in all, most applications will be around £10k-£20k, although every six months or so there is usually a £100k+ bid that they aim to submit.

Person specification

For this role we are looking for someone with experience of developing and maintaining relationships with trusts funders. We are happy to look at candidates who are taking a step up, as there are plenty of learning and development opportunities at this charity. Exceptional written skills and relationship management experience are essential.

Please get in touch with me at the details below for more information.

Contact Emily: 07851 879269 LinkedIn

To apply for this role, please send a CV that, where possible, specifies your fundraising achievements. If your experience is a good fit, we will send you a job description and arrange a briefing call or meeting that will provide you with all the information required to formally apply. QuarterFive aims to proactively support your job search, so we may also consider your details for other job vacancies to enable us to find a position that is most suitable for you.

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