Please login/register to apply for this job.
27 Nov 2018

Voluntary Fundraising Strategist

Auckland Resettled Community Coalit Auckland City, Auckland

Job Description

ARCC acts as a local and regional umbrella organisation, founded in 2006 and led by community leaders from humanitarian entrants backgrounds. We bring together 20 member organisations from 15 diverse ethnic backgrounds from Afghanistan, Burundi, DR Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Iraq, Kurdish, Myanmar, Palestine, Somalia, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Rwanda, and Uganda. We are a social advocate group and provide a collective voice and leadership on behalf of the resettled communities.

ARCC is looking for a volunteer with either fundraising expertise or business case development. We really need someone to help us review and develop a new fundraising strategy to help ensure the sustainability of our organisation. Ideally someone who will work with our team to remodel our strategy and develop an implementation plan with the intention to grow our current grants programme, major gifts and corporate sponsorship programmes. If you are up to the task we would really appreciate your input. You will be helping us continue to provide a collective voice and leadership on behalf of the resettled communities. Apply if you think you might be able to contribute to any part of our request.

How to Apply

To apply please introduce yourself by sending and email with CV and relevant experience to [email protected]

Job Categories: Fundraising. Job Types: Voluntary. Salaries: Voluntary. Job expires in 16 days.

96 total views, 3 today

Apply for this Job

Your submission is being processed. Please do not close this page.

For further information on the above job please contact the employer or recruitment agency directly. You can also apply for the job using the "Apply Online" button below.

Show some love and please mention you saw this job on Do Good Jobs in your application. Want to find out about more jobs like this? Sign up for the Do Good Jobs weekly newsletter here