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Trusts and Philanthropy Fundraising Manager

Job description

Harris Hill are delighted to be partnering with a national sight loss charity, in their search for a Trusts and Philanthropy Fundraising Manager to join their team.

As Trusts and Philanthropy Manager, you will contribute to the development and implementation of plans to grow income from trusts, major donors and statutory funders by developing excellent written proposals, applications and reports. You will deliver exemplar stewardship to donors which responds to their individual needs and inspires continued support, mostly through written and telephone communications but also includes participation in events, visits and meetings. You will use fundraising research resources to carry out research to identify and cultivate prospective funders. You will also collaborate with colleagues, especially in the services and research teams, to gather information representing project needs, aims and deliverables; ensuring that what is presented to funders is aligned to the delivery side of the organisation.

To be considered for this role, you will need:

  • A successful track record in trusts fundraising including developing multi-year proposals for 5 and 6 figure gifts.
  • Experience in effectively stewarding funder relationships.
  • Excellent writing skills for delivering inspiring proposals and reports to a deadline.
  • Experience in developing and maintaining funding relationships that inspire repeat gifts.

If this role sounds of interest to you and you want to have a chat and review the full job description, please do contact Dominic at Harris Hill on or call him on 020 7820 7332.

Salary: £35,000 - £38,000
Permanent, Full-time (Part-time - 4 days per week is also considered).
Location: Andover with flexible hybrid working or Remote.

Deadline - Wednesday 22nd May at 9am
Application process - CV and Cover Letter

As leading charity recruitment specialists and a certified B Corp™, Harris Hill is committed to high and ever-improving standards of equitable and inclusive recruitment. We actively welcome applications from all sections of the community regardless of age, disability, gender, race, religion, sexuality and other protected characteristics.