Harris Hill are seeking a Trusts & Foundations Manager on behalf of national charity that provides accommodation, care and support for older people in need. The organisation provide a range of services to support older people such as residential accommodation, community care and specialist dementia care. This role is responsible for the leadership and direction of the trust fundraising team and the strategy development for successful income generation from trusts and foundations. The organisation are based in Derby however this role can be based remotely but will require regular trips to Derby. Key responsibilities - To lead, develop and implement a strategy for raising funds from charitable trusts and statutory sources as part of the overall fundraising strategy - To be personally responsible for managing relationships with and securing funding from those funders capable of giving at the highest level - To devise and implement both generic and bespoke stewardship plans for funders managed by the Trusts Fundraising Team - To identify appropriate projects for funding at an early stage of development and ensure that every opportunity is taken to secure funding for those projects Experience & Skills - Substantial and demonstrable in-depth knowledge and experience of, and proven ability at, grant fundraising whether from charitable trusts or statutory funders, ideally both - Proven experience of identifying, cultivating and recruiting new supporters - Proven experience of relationship management and able to demonstrate relationships have been developed to deliver maximum benefit - Ability to lead, motivate and develop a team including setting priorities and goals that are achievable as well as aspirational and inspiring - Excellent communication, presentation and influencing skills - Excellent self management skills including ability to plan, deal with complexity, prioritise workloads and work effectively under pressure
Harris Hill are excited to be working with an elderly care charity to find a Community Fundraising Manager to build and grow the community fundraising across their supporters. Duties and responsibilities: -To manage existing community relationships and identify new opportunities for support in awareness and income from individuals, groups, event participants and local corporates. -To achieve or exceed targets while managing the resources of the team to maximise funds raised, regularly monitoring the yearly budget -To devise and implement stewardship plans for new and existing supporters, ensuring they're engaged and valued -To set and monitor income and expenditure targets with the Head of Fundraising. -To motivate and supervise staff within the community fundraising team to achieve objectives -To ensure all data is sufficiently tracked and recorded on Raiser's Edge and in keeping with charity policies Skills and experience needed: -Experience working in a community fundraising team, as well as working with volunteers -Ability to lead, motivate and develop a team working towards goals that are achievable - Excellent communication, presentation and influencing skills. -Experience of line managing or supervising staff, including co-ordinating workload, managing performance and supporting their development. -Experience of project management and driving forwards improvement and change, as well as relationship management -Experience of working with a geographically dispersed team and taking a leading role in cross team projects.
Stewardship / Individual Giving Manager Derby Harris Hill are seeking a Stewardship Manager responsible for Individual Giving programmes on behalf of a national charity that provides accommodation, care and support for older people in need. The organisation provide a range of services to support older people such as residential accommodation, community care and specialist dementia care. The successful candidate will be responsible for individual giving programmes and for managing and growing relationships with low and mid-level donors. Using effective CRM and stewardship best practice you will effectively execute key fundraising activities to support the charity s operating budget, programs, and growth. You will be responsible for the management of the donor database, gift processing and donor stewardship as well as supporting the Fundraising Team with prospect research and proposal generation. In order to apply for this role you will have the following experience: - Educated to Degree level or equivalent Fundraising or Marketing qualification. - Significant experience of stewardship and managing donor/customer relationships. - Experience of setting, monitoring and achieving organisational standards and targets. - Experience of database growth and management to maximise insights and return. - Significant experience in the development and delivery of events. - Ability to think strategically and promote a charity's work in innovative and engaging ways to different audiences in various media. - Excellent communication, presentation and influencing skills. - Ability to develop, influence, motivate and manage individuals and groups of donors, supporters and volunteers. Please e-mail your CV to for more information on this fantastic position. The charity are keen to see application s ASAP. Please note this role is based in Derby.
A fantastic health charity is looking for a home-based Regional Fundraising Executive (Central England) to join their team. You will be responsible for engaging, managing and developing relationships with community fundraisers - maximising opportunities and income in your region. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced fundraiser to have a real impact and make their mark across their region. Due to the nature of the role, it is vital that you have a full, clean driving license and the use of your own vehicle. Key responsibilities include: - Managing existing relationships and developing new areas of community fundraising with schools, golf-clubs, rotaries and other community groups - Providing a high level of stewardship to all supporters, identifying HV individuals and groups - Recruiting, managing and motivating volunteers in your region - Receiving donations and delivering presentations to raise charity awareness - Working closely with the team to contribute to the development of the Community and Challenge Events operational plan and strategy The successful candidate will: - Be experienced in networking and building strong relationships- - Be a self-starter who is able to manage their time effectively when working independently from home - Have strong presentation skills, with the ability to engage, motivate and inspire - Be committed to achieving financial targets - Have experience planning and delivering projects with the ability to work collaboratively as part of a team - Have a willingness to work variable hours when required For more information about this vacancy and next steps please apply here and a consultant will be in touch to discuss further. Please kindly note, due to the volume of applications only candidates with suitable experience will be contacted.