Trusts and Foundations Fundraising Manager

Trusts and Foundations Fundraising Manager

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    Fundraising, Trusts, Statutory & Legacy

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  • Salary:

    £38k - 40k per year

  • Contact :

    Dominic Gilchrist

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  • Published:

    8 months ago

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Your new company

Harris Hill are delighted to be working with a fantastic children’s charity that support disadvantaged children by giving them the skills they need to succeed.

Your new role

As the Trusts and Foundations Manager you will be responsible for writing and leading on fundraising applications, which will include writing and managing six figure applications to trusts, foundations and statutory funders. You will be in contact with prospective funders to pitch ideas for considerations and understand their expectations. You will also research trusts, foundations, and statutory opportunities and to keep informed into the capital’s grant-maker market and following up on emerging opportunities.

What you’ll need to succeed

To be successful you will need to be passionate and committed to improving the lives of young people. You will have outstanding written and verbal communication skills, a proven track record of leading multiple successful £100k+ applications to grant makers and successful public sector bid writing. You will need to be able to demonstrate knowledge of UK and London grant makers with experience of acting as an organisational ambassador. You will have excellent project management skills and able to demonstrate strong relationship management skills. Having the ability to work independently is key and you must be able to multitask and prioritise a busy workload.

What you’ll get in return

This organisation offers significant flexibility with hybrid working, an annual salary up to £40,000 and 39 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays and specified closure days).

What you need to do now

Please apply ASAP to be considered.