Are you a philanthropy fundraiser who sees the potential in young people when given purpose and opportunity?
From centre-based play and sports provisions to art, music and outreach programmes, Bolton Lads and Girls Club provide support for thousands of children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds with both universal and targeted services - 7 days a week, 51 weeks of the year.
In this brand-new Philanthropy Manager role, you'll use your fundraising expertise to show major donors and patrons how their support can transform and shape young people's lives.
Salary: Circa £38,000
Location: Hybrid working, a mix of office and home
Flexible, life and family-friendly, also open to a 4 day week
About the role
You'll lead and develop a philanthropy fundraising strategy to successfully increase income generation through five and six figure gifts. Stewardship strategies, development plans for existing and new supporters, and leading on complex proposals will all be part of your remit.
You'll work to realistic targets with a range of projects and programmes, as well as exciting new strategic and organisational developments to engage supporters, allowing them the opportunity to invest in the fabric and growth of the charity.
About the person
We're looking for an experienced income generator; either a professional fundraiser confident with five and six figure asks, or a sales/business development professional looking to make their move into the charity sector.
You'll have the ability to identify and research new prospects, and proven ability of building long-term relationships with decision-makers and senior business owners and leaders.
You have exceptional communications skills and a high level of emotional intelligence.
In return, BLGC offers a fantastic benefits package, flexibility, and the opportunity to see the difference you are making to young people's lives everyday.
To apply: Please get in touch with a copy of your CV or profile in the first instance to our North West consultant, Amelia Lee.
Deadline: Only because this role has been previously advertised, we will be recruiting on a rolling basis for this opportunity, so please get in touch ASAP if you are interested.
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