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Trusts & Foundations Fundraising Officer

Lake District Calvert Trust, Keswick, Cumbria

Job id:
329954272
Published:
04-02-2019
Expires:
01-03-2019
Job type:
Part-time
Salary level:£22,500 - £25,500  per year
Job sector:
Charity, non-profit
Job id:
329954272
Published:
04-02-2019
Job type:
Part-time
Expires:
01-03-2019
Salary level:£22,500 - £25,500  per year

Permanent, Part Time 0.6 FTE
£22,500 - £25,500 pro rata /p.a., (subject to qualifications & experience)


The Lake District Calvert Trust is a specialist residential centre for people with disabilities. We enable children and adults with all types of needs to take part in challenging activities -  adventurous experiences which have life-changing outcomes.  The charity supports around 4,000 visitors each year staying at our 60 bed residential centre and operates seven days a week. Annual fundraising income is in excess of £400,000 and is used by the charity to develop it services and keep costs as low as possible for our beneficiaries.


Our Vision
People with disabilities sharing in lifes opportunities.


Our Mission Statement
Our mission is to enable people with disabilities to achieve their potential through the challenge of adventurous activities in the countryside in order for them to develop, change perceptions and make positive and lasting changes to their lives.

Overview of Post
The role is essential to delivering the charities income targets for Trusts and Foundations and developing long term relationships.  In addition the post holder will support the Centre Director with approaching, reporting and maintaining Trust and Foundation relationships for major appeals.

The Trust Fundraising Officer will work as part of the Fundraising team and focus on delivering income targets from trusts and foundations.  The role is responsible for growing LDCTs trust and foundation income by increasing the amount and longevity of funding from current supporters, as well as building a portfolio of new trusts and foundations through research, maintaining a pipeline of prospects, updating the Funding Matrix and making successful applications. Building good relationships with new funders including regular reporting, as well as good stewardship of existing funders, is an important part of the role.


If you would like to apply for this role, please contact the Lake District Calvert Trust to ask for an application pack (including job description and application form) via telephone or email by clicking the Apply button (below) to reveal contact details.


Closing date for applications is 9am Friday 1st March 2019.

Interviews will take place week commencing Monday 11th March 2019.

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