Why we need your help:
Fundraising Groups organise collections and fundraising events and encourage support for Marie Curie Cancer Care from the local community. With your leadership, the group will make the most of all fundraising opportunities in your local area. You will help to form a cohesive fundraising team who are focused on raising as much money as possible for Marie Curie Cancer Care.
What we need you to do:
Help the Fundraising Group plan and organise a calendar of fundraising events.
Lead the group on all activities.
Encourage support for Marie Curie Cancer Care, forming and maintaining relationships with local supporters.
Recruit and welcome new members to the group when required.
Chair group meetings ensuring all points of view are considered.
Keep the meeting on track and make sure decisions are made and action points are clear to all group members.
Inform the Community Fundraiser about group activities and obtain approval for events.
Respond to queries from the public.
Work with the Treasurer and Secretary to keep up to date with banking and correspondence.
What you need to bring to the role:
Confidence, good communication skills and the ability to manage, enthuse and involve people.
Ability to work on own initiative and be organised.
Ability to form and maintain relationships with a variety of people.
A genuine interest in and desire to support the work of Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Honesty and reliability.
What we can offer you:
The opportunity to play an important role in helping the work of a national charity.
Toolkits and guidance to help you in your role.
Regular support and contact from your local fundraising team.
The opportunity to meet new people in your area and share a common purpose.
What we ask of you:
To follow Marie Curie’s policies and procedures.
To participate in inductions and training when provided.
To complete documentation relating to the role.
To provide the appropriate driver documentation if you choose to drive whilst volunteering.
If you are interested in this role, please contact Amy Mcnaughton-Brown on: 0121 703 3715, or via e-mail: [email protected]