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Fundraising Manager (Community and Individual Giving)

Share Community


Posted 3 weeks ago


Join a vibrant charity as a Fundraising Manager and help shape the lives of adults with disabilities


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London/ Remote

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Join Share, a dynamic charity dedicated to empowering adults with disabilities through training and wellbeing programmes. Share’s mission is to foster a world where disabled people are fully included in society. As a growing charity, we are seeking a Fundraising Manager with a passion for our cause to diversify our income and build meaningful relationships with our supporters.

  • Organisation Summary: Share is a registered charity focused on helping adults with learning disabilities, autism, and other support needs lead happier, healthier, and more independent lives. Our aim is to create an inclusive society where everyone lives the life they choose.
  • Role Summary:
    • Enhance our community engagement and raise our profile locally.
    • Attract and retain new supporters, expanding our individual supporter base.
    • Provide exceptional donor care, including fundraising support and recognition.
    • Develop and implement operational fundraising plans consistent with our strategy.
  • Role Requirements:
    • Proven experience in fundraising and relationship building.
    • Ability to initiate and lead campaigns to meet income targets.
    • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
    • Strategic use of data to drive fundraising efforts.
    • A strong commitment to empowering disabled individuals.

Are you passionate about building relationships and securing funding for an ambitious and growing charity providing high-quality support to adults with disabilities? 

We are looking for an enthusiastic and innovative Fundraising Manager to lead on increasing donations from individuals with an interest in our cause and our local communities. 

We are looking to grow our income beyond Trusts and Foundation and diversify our income streams in line with our strategy. We need someone with the passion and track record to tell our story to other audiences, so they want to support Share. 

Share is a registered charity and a centre for training and wellbeing. We provide a range of programmes helping adults with learning disabilities, autism and other support needs become more happy, healthy, and independent. Our vision is a world where disabled people are fully included in society, living the life they choose, and we need talented people like you to help us make that happen. 

Main responsibilities:

  • You will build on the excellent foundations laid by the outgoing Community Fundraiser to raise our profile amongst our neighbours and with local organisations 
  • You will proactively recruit new supporters, build our individual supporter base and develop regular stewardship and communications 
  • You will offer high-quality relationship management and donor care to supporters including providing fundraising materials, encouragement and support to maximise their fundraising potential, as well as ensuring donors are recognised and thanked for their contribution 
  • You will develop and deliver fundraising operational plans, ensure good fundraising practice and messaging is embedded throughout the entire organisation. 

Who we’re looking for:

  • You are a dynamic, compelling and organised person with experience of building lasting relationships to achieve fundraising targets, bringing in income through regular donations, fundraising campaigns and events 
  • You are self-motivated and ambitious, and be excited by the opportunity to develop a crucial function within a growing charity 
  • You are a brilliant communicator, in person, in writing and over the phone 
  • You use data to inform where you channel your energies, considering the return on time and any financial investment 
  • Most importantly, you’re passionate about helping disabled people enjoy more autonomy and you understand how to make this happen. 

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