Charity People are pleased to be working with The Salvation Army to find a Trusts Fundraiser to be a key member of the Trust Fundraising Unit, proactively managing a portfolio of charitable trusts and foundations to secure income towards the team's income target in support of The Salvation Army's UK programme of work.Job Title: Trusts FundraiserOrganisation: The Salvation ArmySalary: £32,557 pa (pro rata)Contract: Permanent, full timeLocation: London (Open to flexible home working arrangement)Benefits: 25 days annual leave (pro rata) + bank holidays; a contributory pension scheme; season ticket loan and an employee assistance programme.Required: CV and Cover LetterClosing Date: Monday 14th June 2021The Salvation Army has worked for over 150 years, transforming lives all over the UK. That is why, in the UK and the Republic of Ireland, they offer practical help for people without discrimination, standing up for those who are vulnerable, fighting against injustice and encouraging people to experience life in all its fullness.The work of The Salvation Army ranges from community programmes, UK and Ireland work and international programmes. In the community, the programmes focus on youth and children, families, homelessness, music and creative arts, older people, budget and debt advice and more. In the UK and Ireland, the programmes include campaigning and policy, family tracing and modern slavery. Their work is so diverse; it will allow the successful candidate to join a programme led fundraising team who can approach a variety of funders.We are looking for an experienced Trusts fundraiser to manage a portfolio of existing and prospective small to medium charitable trusts and foundations, ensuring excellent relationship management and engaging cultivation and stewardship. We need someone to create high quality, bespoke applications for support for consideration by trusts and foundations. Furthermore, to manage those relationships by ensuring donor communications are accurately recorded and kept up-to-date on the organisation's database and online records, in line with donor wishes.If you are able to demonstrate an experience of successful fundraising from charitable trusts and foundations, whilst demonstrating experience of account managing a portfolio of charitable trusts and foundations then you could be someone ideal for this role. To find out more and apply, please contact Stuart Milliner at Charity People.Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.