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Posted over 30 days ago...

Fundraisers are vital for service innovation.  You are a keen and confident fundraiser in all activities, can apply to funders, and grant-making bodies, develop youth fundraising events and assist managers.


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Dartford, DA1 2LE

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Expires at anytime

What will you be doing?

Fundraising, events bidding and searching are some of your priorities amongst others. Aims of Post Our priority is growing MyHealthnet's financial resources and unlimited income. Raising passive income and other forms of resources (e.g., restricted funds for programmes, sponsorship, convertible donations). Job description and activities The Role of the Fundraisers This is a demanding and exciting time for the MyHealthnet fundraising team to generate income from corporate social giving, grant-making trusts, lottery distributors, national, statutory, and non-statutory sources etc. The role holder will be required to work in partnership with MyHealthnet managers and other members of the project delivery teams, to determine funding requirements, generate and maximise income, contribute to the design of new and developing projects, manage relationships with funders and sponsors, school, and college-age fundraisers, and establishing bottle fundraising collection points etc. Assisting with developing and implementing ambitious fundraising strategies aimed at achieving the organisation's targets.  Support the fundraising lead, recruit and line managing Children and Young people Fundraisers.  Assisting with the collection of and providing key intelligence on new funding streams and work to enhance the profile of MyHealthnet within sector funders and potential funders. Attending various marketing and fundraising meetings promptly acting on tips submitting applications and monitoring outcomes as well as project delivery using the raised funds.  Developing relationships between MyHealthnet and schools, colleges, and groups to set up work placements for fundraisers and organise social fundraising events within communities. Taking part in national fundraising and organising local and regional events with volunteers and supporters. Assisting with developing and managing fundraising income streams for projects, special and general capital running costs. Assisting volunteer training and development programmes. Updating information responding to donor enquiries and providing video feedback. Creating monthly and quarterly written reports of all fundraising activities and project delivery. Phone calls and other duties will be developed in furtherance of the role. 

What are we looking for?

Fundraising is an integral part of our work. As a charity, we depend on securing any form of funding for our services.  You are expected to constantly engage in various activities searching for funders and applying to them, and we apply for funding for programmes in partnership with others and other fund fund-generating.   Who Are We Looking for? This position will be suited to a result-focused, resourceful, highly creative, and motivated individual with a successful record of accomplishment of fundraising from a range of sources.  It helps if you possess the qualifications described below and or if you have some experience fundraising and managing a project.  You may also have other transferable skills and experience that have not been indicated yet as essential to this position.  Please feel confident to apply, you will receive relevant support and training. Personal Specification Knowledge / Qualifications

Educated to degree level (or equivalent analytical and writing skills) - Essential Excellent writing, project management and budgeting skills - Essential Knowledge of the voluntary sector and a range of potential sources of funding for voluntary organisations - Desirable


Extensive experience working in a fundraising or marketing environment - Essential Experience in securing support from at least two: government departments, companies’ European sources, and grant-making trusts - Essential Staff management experience - Desirable Experience in managing budgets - Desirable Experience in building relationships and working in partnership with a range of organisations - Essential Experience in recognising opportunities and developing approaches to new funders/customers as well as servicing relationships with existing funders/customers - Essential

Skills and Attributes

High-quality persuasion skills demonstrable through concrete results achieved - Essential Ability to position yourself within - or where necessary create - a network of individuals and organisations involved in community support and translating this into successful fundraising - Desirable Excellent communication skills and team working skills - Essential Willingness to share knowledge and skills as a trainer and leader. Commitment Non-judgemental attitude Willingness to serve under and alongside people from diverse groups and genders.

What difference will you make?

Young people accessing our service expect professional standards of service, anonymity and kindness.  A welcoming service is made possible through a resourceful and informed service. Our service users are students, employed, unemployed or in training and they all have different stories, from regular to abusive homes, varied vulnerabilities, and backgrounds with or without access or recourse to public funds.  Those considered hard to reach (i.e., homeless, or living in kids-homes, rough sleepers, living addiction, mental health issues, and unregistered migrants, deportees, trafficked in domestic servitude, sex workers) and teen mums with health issues. Those unable and in relationships, poorly educated, with no access to local services. We bridge gaps in service. Hence, fundraising is an integral part of our work. We will depend on your expertise in securing all forms of funding for our services. Your commitment, dedication and successful fundraising will help cover capital costs to develop tailored services.  Your successful fundraising will enhance the quality of service.  * Improve access to free health social care, and education. * Helping MyHealthnet to support young people, to reduce the negative impact of their issues on their future.  * Saving the lives of service users and their families.  * Promoting community health and wellbeing * Helping MyHealthnet to meet strategic and service aims and objectives. * Your support means a lot to MyHealthnet members and communities served. * We cannot do our work without the funding generated by you. MyHealthnet is Disability Confident and Committed Reg. No. DCS034862.


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