Trusts and Corporates Fundraising Executive
About Book Aid International
Can you imagine a world without books? Having never been read a bedtime story or visited your local library? Going to school and being greeted with empty bookshelves and sharing one book between your whole class? Not knowing the joy of getting lost in a great story.
Around the world millions of people do not have access to books. At Book Aid International, we work to get books into the hands of those who need them most by donating brand new books to schools and libraries in 26 countries around the world. In 2021 we sent over 1 million books and every year we strive to do more because we know that books have the power to change lives.
Culture & Benefits
* Salary up to £29,100 depending on experience
* Generous benefits package + learning and development opportunities
* Camberwell based HQ - hybrid working for desk workers
* Supportive driven organisation
About the role
We are looking for an experienced Trusts and Corporates Fundraising Executive to join our vibrant fundraising team. You will be responsible for overseeing and developing relationships with, and growing income from, valuable small trusts and corporate partners.
You will research and identify new trust and corporate opportunities. Manage and steward relationships while providing high quality communications. Write compelling cases for support and proposals to present to potential trusts and corporate supporters. Develop and deliver the UK based corporate volunteer programme. Provide support to the Trusts and Corporates Manager.
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who has experience of working in a similar role or looking for an exciting next step in their career. You will have strong account or relationship management experience along with good research skills. Be able to prioritise tasks, excellent written and communication skills as well as being self-motivated and highly organised.
If you are a motivated, experienced fundraising executive, who believes that books have the power to change lives, we'd love to hear from you.
To apply please send your CV to Sharon Cooper at Charity People
Deadline for applications is Friday 28th January 2022.
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