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Fundraising Coordinator, Magic Me

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The Fundraising Coordinator role is suitable for someone new to fundraising or someone with previous experience who is looking to expand their skills and knowledge. We are not looking for specific qualifications and if you have none, that’s fine. We want the right person for the job as outlined in the job description, if that’s you, then we look forward to hearing from you.

You’ll be working on a wide variety of fundraising, building relationships with donors and potential supporters in Trusts and Foundations, businesses, Livery Companies, Lotteries and Local Government. You will be curious and excited about the work of Magic Me and will be confident in putting this across whether face to face or in written applications. 

Every year Magic Me receives grants and donations from 20+ organisations and 120 individual donors. As Fundraising Coordinator you will help keep them all up to date with how things are going, and manage our calendars and records, so we never miss a deadline. You’ll also encourage and support our growing team of individual fundraisers – people who run, box and bake to raise funds for Magic Me – and be the key person in growing our Friends of Magic Me.

You will be excellent at both written and personal communication and be able to make a case for Magic Me and its benefits. You will be comfortable talking to people from a variety of backgrounds and have the ability to easily make connections.

To apply and for a full job pack please visit our website here: https://magicme.co.uk/could-you-be-our-fundraising-coordinator/

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