Are you a proactive fundraiser who can develop our fundraising strategy from inception to evaluation? Could you support Adenydd in our mission to help make the world feel a safer place for children with developmental trauma?
Our charity delivers online and face-to-face training and projects to a range of schools, services and settings. We are urgently looking to develop a small dedicated team of experienced fundraisers who will be able to develop a fundraising strategy, create fundraising opportunities and assist with a donor journey from creation to inception. /could you be part of that team? Or even it's creator and leader?
Even though we are a small charity we want to make a big difference and would like to draw on your experience in the fundraising world to help us to grow and make even more of a difference to children and families affected by developmental trauma from adverse childhood experiences (ACEs).
You will be working closely with the charity’s founder and CEO.
We would like the team to:
What are we looking for?
As a small charity our fundraising network has been small. However we now need experienced fundraisers to open up a wider range of fundraising opportunities in a planned and co-ordinated way, including maximising opportunities that arise. We are looking for people who have:
You will join our small charity during an exciting point in our development and your expert knowledge and experience will be critical to our success. You will have a key role in ensuring we can maintain our existing services whilst growing our infrastructure and capacity to allow us to fulfil our aims and also become a sustainable charity.
You would be a part of our small, friendly, passionate and forward-thinking charity team. You would have a key role in developing a fundraising strategy, creating fundraising opportunities and writing grant applications. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to make a real difference to some of the most vulnerable children in society through enabling Adenydd to educate and support those around them.
We have the flexibility to accommodate various patterns of working. A set number of hours per week is less important than getting a job done well and when it is needed. A good work/life balance and self-care are important so we want to work with you to establish a way of working together that meets everyone's needs and enables us all to feel fulfilled with the right amount of challenge to stretch and develop whilst also knowing you have support when needed.
You will be offered an initial informal Teams discussion with the CEO to explore your interest in the role and how we might work together. A further discussion may take place if we both agree you might be a good fit for the charity and the role. All of our appointments, whether volunteer or paid, are subject to our Safer Recruitment Policy which includes the need for 2 references.