Disability charity | London (initially home based) | £39,727 | Permanent
About the charity/role
A leading disability charity based in London are looking to expand their high value offering to involve more major donors, and need an ambitious, proactive fundraiser to join them.
This charity have had an excellent year in income generation, and are on track to be over £5m above their takings last year.
With many inspiring and much-needed programmes which seek to support people living with disabilities, this role will be key in carrying these to new major donors, as well as stewarding a loyal existing pool.
- Cultivate and steward major donors to creative long-lasting partnerships
- Manage an existing portfolio of major donors, ensuring they have first-class stewardship and dedicated relationship management
- Lead on identifying key high net worth prospects and create bespoke proposals and stewardship plans
- Work with the Deputy Director of Fundraising to develop a sustainable major donor programme that will grow in volume for years to come
- Develop and lead a high value giving programme, creating a portfolio of reliable support
- Develop a strong understanding of the learning disability services offered by the charity, and demonstrate their impact to HNWIs with a view to securing long-term support
- Regularly update the CRM system with accurate records on prospects, to maximise information sharing across the organisation.
To be successful in this role you will need to demonstrate the following attributes:
- Background in relationship fundraising, with particular experience with HNWIs
- Excellent stewardship skills
- Prior experience in or ability start a function from the ground up, bringing new major donors on board as well as stewarding existing relationships
- Be an ambitious go-getter who can work well on their own initiative, within a wider team setting.
Interviews will be held on a rolling basis, with the first date available being 12 November 2020. You will need an updated CV in word format, detailing your fit for the role, and you may be asked to complete a supporting statement prior to interview.