Individual Giving Fundraising Officer - British Liver Trust

About the role

The British Liver Trust is the leading UK charity for adults at risk of, or affected by, any type of liver disease. Liver disease is in crisis across the country, with late or missed diagnosis leading to avoidable deaths. There is a lack of awareness and understanding of the range and causes of liver conditions, which needs to change.  We need to be much, much bigger to tackle this crisis.

Gifts from individual supporters are essential to enable us to deliver our patient services and campaigning and awareness work; we are looking to grow this and our other income streams over the next 5 years to meet increased demand.

About you – you are great at donor or customer recruitment, care and communication, you are passionate about great stewardship; you can communicate brilliantly over the phone, in writing and in person; and you can create engaging appeals – both traditional and digital. You can also demonstrate 3+ years’ successful fundraising from individual supporters (or have a similar background in direct marketing and customer care) and you have a passion to improve liver health across the UK.

British Liver Trust support a hybrid working model, colleagues can work from home and just attend the office for regular/essential meetings. This role is likely to need 1 or 2 days a week in the office.

To apply please email your CV and a cover letter specifically referring to your suitability for the role as per the JD, to Audrey Cornelius, Head of Fundraising, at audrey.cornelius@britishlivertrust.org.uk

Visit our website at www.britishlivertrust.org.uk for more information, or call 01425 481320 if you have any questions.

You can view the full job description here: Individual Giving Fundraising Officer

 

Lisa and Justin's story

“The British Liver Trust were a real lifeline for Lisa. A gift from you today will help to make sure no one has to deal with liver disease alone.”

– Justin

Justin speaks more about Lisa’s liver transplant in this video.

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