In 2022, a new strategy Together We Can was launched, which outlined their renewed vision and mission for the charity, with equity, diversity and inclusion at its heart. The strategy shows how they will deliver on their ambitions to end new cases of HIV by 2030, ensure those living with HIV are supported, and create change to improve sexual and reproductive health services.
These roles sit within the Philanthropy and Partnerships department, where you will join a talented group who are tasked with delivering a team target of £2.27m for 2023/24 (growing to £3m in 2024/25) via Trusts, Major Donors, VIP Partnerships and Corporate fundraising. Given these are key positions within the Philanthropy and Partnerships team, you will work across the organisation to develop opportunities for supporters to be partners in delivering THT’s ambitious plans to end new cases of HIV in the UK by 2030 and to be there until the last person living with HIV needs them.
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Introduction from the Director of Income Generation
It is a truly exciting time to be part of the Terrence Higgins Trust team – for the first time our goals are within reach. Together we will achieve our mission to end new cases of HIV by 2030; be here until the last person living with HIV needs us; and make sexual and reproductive health the priority it deserves to be. To do this, we have big ambitions: to double our voluntary income to £8.4million by 2026 and inspire our donors to be changemakers in the world of sexual health and HIV. We have some amazing fundraising opportunities to build on our established foundations to create the step change we need. And you can be part of this!
I’d love to work with you as we build strategic and multi-year partnerships; be brave and bold in our approaches; and ensure our supporters are at heart of what we do. If this sounds like you, and you want to be part of creating historic change, then I hope you will apply.
Working at Terrence Higgins Trust
At Terrence Higgins Trust it’s their people – their service users, volunteers, and staff – that drive how they work, where they work and what they do. Equity, diversity and inclusion are critical to their work. The charity are striving to be an anti-racist, anti-sexist organisation and are committed to having a workforce with people from different backgrounds. They are doing this by embedding their organisational values into everything they do:
- We are ambitious for change
- We work together
- We draw on diverse lived experiences
- 27 days leave per year (pro rata for part-time employees), increasing to 30 days after 5 years
- Enhanced sick pay entitlement
- Enhanced maternity and adoption leave and pay policy
- Special Leave and Emergency Carers’ Leave – up to five paid days per rolling year (pro rata for part time employees) for one or other or a combination of both.
- Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)