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Equation, the domestic abuse prevention charity, have an exciting opportunity to join their fundraising team.
The Corporate Fundraiser will join their existing fundraising team to grow and develop their corporate income stream. You should have a proven background and demonstrable track record in securing corporate partnerships. With the focus on building relationships to raise funds and awareness for Equation, you should have an ability to build long-term relationships that will benefit the business. Through networking and researching you will be able to identify corporates who will be interested in Equation’s cause and approach them in the most appropriate way. You will work strategically to attract and secure new corporate partnerships, delivering income targets through activities including sponsorship, corporate donations, cause-related marketing, staff engagement and fundraising. You will also be working with the training department to increase Equation’s training income by making contact with private and public organisations who will benefit from Equation’s training portfolio.
This role will play a significant part in contributing to the fundraising team and enable Equation to deliver more of our essential work.
You will work closely with the Head of Fundraising and the wider Equation team.
This role will suit someone who is looking to gain experience and knowledge in the charity sector. Whilst business development skills are essential, experience within the charity sector is not and this is an excellent opportunity to make a transition if you are interested in working for a local charity.
Fixed-term contract of one year, may be extended subject to successful fundraising.
Equation offers a generous 26-days’ holiday allowance plus bank holidays (pro rata), gives employees flexibility on working times, and commits to continuing professional development of its staff through a variety of training opportunities. We are a small, positive and efficient team which will number 18 at the start of the contract.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.