We are looking for someone who is energised by the challenge of growing a village of support to equip families with essentials, link them with key services and help fix the systems that create a poverty trap.
£38,000 to £40,000 per annum (FTE) depending on skills and experience
At their heart, Little Village exists to make it as easy as possible for families to help each other. What started as a “baby bank”, collecting and gifting high quality kit to local families experiencing tough times, has become so much more. Their currency is kindness. They know from experience that everyone has times in life when they need help, and times in life when they’re able to offer help.
We are looking for a Trusts & Foundations Manager who is energised by the challenge of growing a village of support to equip families with essentials, link them with key services and help fix the systems that create a poverty trap.
You’ll have expertise in trusts and foundations fundraising with the adaptability to work in a small and relatively new charity.
Little Village has grown rapidly since launching in 2016 – with a broad range of income which includes a 5-year grant from National Lottery Community Fund (until 2024).
Reporting directly to the Head of Fundraising you will have responsibility for researching and engaging new trust and foundation funders, developing strong relationships and writing bespoke, thoughtful funding proposals.
As Trusts & Foundations Manager you will:
The role would best suit someone:
For more information or to start your application process, please get in touch with Joe Blythe at QuarterFive Fundraising Recruitment.
This can be done via the form below or by emailing email@example.com.
The closing date for applications (CV and cover letter) is 10th November, with first interviews to take place 16th November.
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