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The Poppy Factory – Trust Fundraising Manager (Richmond)

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The Trust fundraising programme is well established and this is an exciting opportunity to continue to build on the trust fundraising strategy. The Trust Fundraising Manager role offers the post holder the opportunity to further develop the Trust fundraising income stream, with capacity recently increased by recruiting a Trust Fundraising Officer, as well as taking responsibility for both this area and the Military Charity grants income stream.

The key areas will include:

  • Prepare and deliver the annual strategy for Trusts and Military Charity grants income streams, ensure that key goals are met and opportunities for generating income from charitable Trusts and Military grant making charities are maximized.
  • To successfully deliver an income target for Trust and Foundations and the Military Charities against the annual business plan.
  • To manage, coach and mentor the Trust Fundraising Officer.
  • To lead on researching existing and new Trusts and Foundations, writing funding applications and developing new networks – focusing on opportunities with potential value of £10K+.

Company Information

The Poppy Factory is an independent charity which was founded in 1922 with the object of providing paid employment opportunities for disabled ex-Servicemen and women. A factory was established in Richmond to make poppies and other commemorative items to achieve this purpose. The products are sold under special arrangements to The Royal British Legion.

Whilst the charity continues to provide paid employment through its Factory for disabled ex-Servicemen and women, it also facilitates paid and meaningful employment opportunities for wounded, injured and sick (WIS) ex-Servicemen and women throughout England and Wales, via its community based employability service. We can also provide assistance in Northern Ireland.

This is an excellent opportunity to join The Poppy Factory at an exciting period of expansion in its activities supporting veterans.  We hope you are inspired to join us in our important and exciting work to create a world in which every workplace values disabled veterans.

How to apply

To apply for this position please prepare your CV and a covering letter clearly outlining how you meet the essential criteria in the person specification. You may address your covering letter to Sian Mexsom, Director of Fundraising.

Closing date is midnight on Monday 30 April 2018.

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