An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Fundraiser to join the team at Church Urban Fund supporting the Near Neighbours programme.
The Near Neighbours programme , a partnership between Church Urban Fund and the Archbishops’ Council of the Church of England, brings together those who are near neighbours in communities that are religiously and ethnically diverse, so that they can get to know each other better, build relationships of trust, and collaborate together on initiatives that improve the local community they live in.
The programme which is part funded by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has just entered its second phase, continuing to work in key communities in England strengthening, developing and deepening networks and action in local communities. Its’ partners develop networks and capacity within local communities and organisations through sustainable initiatives, contributing to the programme with training, expertise and resources.
In addition the programme operates a small grants fund which provides seed capital for local groups and organisations to bring neighbours together, develop relationships of diverse faiths and ethnicities and improve their communities.
The programme requires a successful Fundraiser, experienced in generating income, including bid writing and tendering; knowledge of fundraising from Trusts, Foundations and corporate entities. You will have excellent communication skills and proven ability to network and develop relationships with individuals and organisations across multiple sectors.
Click here for a Job Description and Person Specification
For an informal discussion about the post please contact Jeremy Aspinall, Director of Fundraising and Communications on 0207 898 1856
To apply, please send a full CV with covering letter outlining why you think you are suitable for the post to: Church Urban Fund, Gt. Smith Street, London, SW1P 3AZ
Closing date: 30th June 2014 – 9am
INTERVIEWS WEEK COMMENCING 7TH JULY 2014
Author: Andrew Mathews
Date: 11 June 2014
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|RT @WahidaShaffi: Filming with @Pareshsolanki for @nearneighbours West Yorkshire UNESCO Big Screen take over on March 8th International Wom… — 2 years 2 months ago|
|RT @RuthBurgessBCNN: This week I am visiting projects and seeing work in action! Today was a good one, cooking class @caldmorecgarden #yumm… — 2 years 2 months ago|
|RT @RuthBurgessBCNN: Yesterday I visited Mata da Mandir #Dudley for yoga class run by #CitizenEngagemnt to bring local women together, fund… — 2 years 2 months ago|
|RT @BavingtonSharon: Zumba at UK Butterfly's, Lifeline & Women's Aid 'Day of Dance', haven't moved like that in a while! @nearneighbours ht… — 2 years 2 months ago|
|Find out how Bhavesh and Barbara became good friends! https://t.co/8mYryuqXWj Photography: Dharmendra Patel, Outros… https://t.co/UCNcIG6bJX — 2 years 2 months ago|
|RT @WahidaShaffi: Good to see Pasha this morning & reminisce about his catalyst experience last year @nearneighbours @ https://t.co/LqkdjR0… — 2 years 2 months ago|
|RT @WahidaShaffi: Last years photograph in the @Bradford_TandA with some of the local projects @nearneighbours funded https://t.co/L1ayA6yd… — 2 years 2 months ago|
|RT @SotezC: Great bunch of participants in the first day of the Catalyst Youth Leadership programme @nearneighbours @CommunitiesUK @Heythro… — 2 years 2 months ago|
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