New opportunity as a Community and Corporate Fundraising Officer.
Based in Leatherhead
£28,000 per annum
35 hours per week
Develop relationships with potential prospects for corporate donations, sponsorship opportunities, payroll giving, volunteering, and staff involvement via event participation.
Engage with local businesses and organisations to actively develop supporters to donate income, pro bono and gifts in kind to the charity.
Prepare and present high-quality new business proposals, pitches, and presentations to win new business as well as respond to incoming proposals from potential supporters.
Manage, monitor, and increase donations through community fundraising, community groups, schools, golf clubs, and other groups/clubs in Surrey to build a pipeline of opportunities to enable partnerships.
To develop relationships, by attending meetings, and opportunities to present the charity, via presentations, talks, and attending events.
To grow and develop the fundraising ‘ask’ and cases for support, tailored to the potential supporter/donor to develop relationships and unrestricted income.
To develop ‘piggyback’ opportunities, such as community events, networking events, and sponsorship opportunities that will grow data, income, and awareness.
To recruit participants for our range of events
To actively organise and execute pre-existing or new events
Developing the event, budget plans, and marketing timelines to ensure sign-off and return on investment.
Support and recruit DIY fundraisers and provide them with resources to maximise income and support to develop long-standing relationships
Plan and monitor the allocation of the budget in conjunction with the Fundraising Manager.
Experience in fundraising with a successful track-record of raising funds and/or a background of account management or business development
An understanding of the charity sector
Proficiency in MS office suite
Excellent interpersonal skills, including face to face, on the telephone and in writing
To be highly organised and an ability to prioritise a busy workload
Full UK driver’s licence with unrestricted use of a car
Applicants must be willing to undergo screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service