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The Not Forgotten – Fundraising Coordinator

4 Days per Week

£28,000 -£30,000 + benefits (Pro-Rata)

London

We are seeking a charismatic, energetic and engaging Fundraising Coordinator to maximise income generation to The Not Forgotten.

Working directly for the Chief Executive, you will produce and implement our fundraising plan, liaise with volunteers and individual fundraisers, and engage with our beneficiaries to raise funds.

To be successful, you should have proven experience and success at fundraising. You will need to have worked in a charity fundraising position and show how you have reached income generation targets.  You should be cheerful and have lots of energy, be prepared to work in a small team and enthusiastic about the role and focus of The Not Forgotten.

The Not Forgotten works to reduce isolation and loneliness amongst the vulnerable members of the Armed Forces Family.  We deliver exceptional recreational and entertainment activities, including leisure activities, travel, holidays and outings for service and ex-service personnel with disabilities or who are wounded. We provide a caring and personal service which is fully linked in with other recovery pathways and is underpinned by an ethos where everyone counts and is valued.

Download the job description here.

The role is available immediately and if you have what it takes, we look forward to hearing from you.

To apply, please send cover letter (demonstrating your proven fundraising ability, your match to the position and empathy to the role of The Not Forgotten) and CV to recruitment@nfassociation.org

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