Major Donor Development and Special Events Manager

Reference

158824

Job Type

Full Time

Industry

Charity / Voluntary, Fundraising

Location

London

The role of Major Donor Development and Special Events Manager is a new position situated in the Fundraising Team at this Children’s Charity.

Major Donor Development and Special Events Manager
Location: Predominantly home-working with regular travel to London and other regions of England.
Department: Fundraising
Hours: 28.8 hours per week (over 4 days)
Salary: £34,000 - £37,000 FTE (includes London Weighting where applicable)

About the Charity

Our client is a national charity, founded in 1970, that provides a wide range of services to disabled children, young people and their families in England. Last year, 13,700 disabled children from birth to 25 years benefitted from our work. Their services include: drop-in crèches and nurseries for the under 5s to youth clubs, short breaks and residential stays for young adults. Commissioners and users appreciate the high quality of this organisation’s information, advice and mediation services and 96% of parents say they are happy with the services they receive from this charity.

This charity aims to empower disabled children and young people to develop their skills and achieve their aspirations. They create opportunities for these children to take part in play, learning, leisure, skills training and social activities. The organisation’s success is based upon building a close partnership with parents, carers and siblings and helping them find solutions to the obstacles they meet in daily life.

About The Role

As Major Donor Development and Special Events Manager at this charity, you will use your track record in working with people to build relationships with donors who have a potential to give substantial gifts.

About You

Your experience in planning major gifts fundraising programmes will support you in creating a strategy for future nurture and retention. You will develop and sustain substantial support of this charity’s vision of a world where disabled children, young people and their families can achieve their rights and opportunities to thrive.

Your experience in holding successful events will enable you to capitalise on the existing special events programme. Your data analysis, research and planning skills will help in identifying and nurturing donors on the database, as well as reaching into the local stakeholder communities of current and former service users, with the goal of increasing the value of support for the work of this charity.

Please note:

This role is 28.8 hours per week (over 4 days)The salary is £34,000 per annum (pro rata) if based outside London, £37,000 per annum (pro rata) with London allowanceThe role is predominantly home-working with regular travel to London and other regions of England

Closing Date: Monday 01 November 2021

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