Health/medical • London (hybrid) • £40,425 • Permanent, full time

Contact Emily: 07851 879269 emily@quarterfive.co.uk LinkedIn

About the role

This well-loved children’s health brand is expanding its philanthropy function in order to help them continue their already impressive income growth.

The team benefits from excellent connections through senior staff and volunteers, a fantastic public-facing entertainment portfolio, a mid-value programme, and the imminent creation of two new fundraising development boards.

We are looking for someone with major donor experience who can take on responsibility for new and existing donor relationships, ranging £5k to £100k+.

There is also a mid-value programme which is run by this team due to its potential for lead generation, and the opportunity to get involved with the stewardship and maintenance of it is available.

Key responsibilities
  • Contribute to the £700k team target for major donors, including helping drive income towards £2.5m in 5 years.
  • Contribute to the mid-value programme.
  • Help set up two new development boards: an industry group and a women’s group.
Person specification
  • Someone with existing major donor experience
  • Someone with energy and enthusiasm, who is keen to join an ambitious and growing team
  • Experience of making the ask is ideal, or being able to demonstrate negotiation and influence at a HNWI level

Closing date: 22 March 2022

Apply for this position

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