Title: Regional Fundraiser Part Time: Salary circa £18,000

Title: Regional Fundraiser
Part Time: Salary circa £18,000-£22,000 (pro rata)
Closing Date: 6th September 2014
Hours: 20 hours per week with the scope to increase
Location: Home based, preferably in the Salisbury area of Wiltshire
About the role:
The Regional Fundraising role offers a great opportunity for the right candidate to help grow fundraising potential
within the South/South West. You will act as the main point of contact whilst representing Hope for Tomorrow and its
long term goals. As well as managing existing relationships, you will be tasked with identifying new opportunities and
managing a network of volunteers. You will report into the Fundraising Management Team and help with the efficient
and effective delivery of regional income targets.
Key Responsibilities:
 Further develop the fundraising strategy in a defined geographical area
 Act as the first responder to enquiries
 Provide a high level of service to both existing and new community funders including Rotary, Lions, Masons
etc, various other clubs, associations and educational organisations
 Deliver talks and presentations within the community
 Give support at community events, including those organised by Head Office
 Research leads to potential corporate partners and grant giving bodies
 Record information and activity on Raisers Edge
Person Specific and Essential Skills:
 A high level of verbal and written communications
 Excellent Microsoft Office and Internet skills
 Full clean driving licence (travel is a requirement within this role)
 Commitment to equal opportunities and the aims and values of Hope for Tomorrow
Desirable Skills:
 Experience in and understanding of regional or other fundraising
 Experience within a sales or marketing position
 Experience volunteering within the Third Sector
 Familiarity in setting and working towards agreed budgets
Please note that some evening and weekend work will be required.
The Charity:
Hope for Tomorrow is a national charity dedicated to bringing cancer treatment to rural areas. Our Mobile
Chemotherapy Unit's bring vital chemotherapy treatment closer to patient's homes, reducing long distances of travel,
waiting times and help avoid the stresses and strains of busy Oncology Centres. In 2007 we launched the world’s first
Mobile Chemotherapy Unit in a unique partnership with the NHS.
Provided and maintained by the Hope for Tomorrow and operated by highly trained NHS staff, these well-equipped
units allow cancer patients to receive treatment in a restful environment closer to home.