Community, Corporate and Events Fundraiser

Job reference V16.1
Contract type Permanent, part time
Location Enham Alamein, Andover
Salary £23,000-£25,500 gross per annum, pro rata, DOE
Hours 25 hours per week
Hourly rate N/A
Closing Date Friday 22nd June 2018
  • £23,000-£25,500 gross per annum, pro rata, DOE
  • 25hrs per week (flexible working required, some evenings and weekends)

Role Overview

The role of the Community, Corporate and Events Fundraiser is to support the Income Generation Team to deliver a programme of events, develop existing relationships and develop new relationships with our supporters and corporate partners.

The Community, Corporate and Events Fundraiser will contribute to the Income Generation Team’s financial target.

This role will require travel across the region.

What you will be doing


  • Actively network within the local Hampshire community and at our remote delivery sites to build support and awareness for the charity.

  • Deliver talks to community groups and tours within Enham Trust to demonstrate our work to potential supporters.

  • Organise Corporate Volunteering Days within the charity, organising the activity to take place including risk assessing activities, liaising with the corporate volunteers and internal staff teams and acting as host on the day.

  • Play an active role in Enham Trust’s centenary campaign.

  • Deliver the Fundraising plan to build a network of corporate and community support, encouraging companies and groups to organise their own activities in aid of Enham Trust and creating initiatives to generate income.

  • Implement and manage an inspiring events calendar. Including new and imaginative events, challenges and our own mass participation events - ensuring the events deliver a Return on Investment.

  • Work with the Marketing Team to ensure Income Generation activity is optimised, increasing participation at events, publicising success and building relationships with existing and new supporters.

  • Work with Marketing to create a fundraising pack (including tools and initiatives) that can be given to community groups to deliver ‘in aid of’ Enham Trust events.

  • Be actively involved in activities for the Trusts Centenary year.

  • Support the Income Generation Coordinator with any other fundraising tasks as required including writing trust and grant applications.


  • Work proactively to build excellent collaborative relationships with colleagues from across the organisation to support fundraising income streams.

  • To retain the integrity of the fundraising database by accurately recording all correspondence and interactions, ensuring it is up to date at all times.

  • To work within the confines and fully understand Data Protection regulations

  • To adhere to the Code of Fundraising Practice and the Fundraising Regulator


  • To work with colleagues in the Income Generation Team and agree the plans to achieve the annual Income Generation income target

  • To meet individual KPI’s and report on income and pipeline each month

For more information please see our Job Description and Person Specification. (For Indeed users – )

Enham Trust

We have been making a difference to the lives of disabled people for over 90 years. We explore opportunities with people so they can live the lives they choose by overcoming limitations and expanding possibilities. Through personal development, housing options, and employment, we support people to exercise individual choice and control in their lives.


Successful applicants will be required to;

  • Undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
  • Provide proof of their right to work in the UK.

  • Provide two references.


If you are looking for your next challenge in a role that changes lives, then click on APPLY via our website: or email a CV and cover letter to

Interviews will be held onsite at Enham Trust in Enham Alamein.

Other Information

  • Enham is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its staff and customers. We expect all our staff to be aware of their responsibilities to protect staff and customers from abuse or harm. Successful applicants will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and to provide proof of their right to work in the UK. Enhanced DBS criminal record checks will be carried out as part of our selection process.

  • Enham Trust is an Equal Opportunities Employer and positively encourages applications from all eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status or pregnancy or maternity. We operate under the Disability Confident accredited scheme so please make this clear in your application. Enham Trust is committed to securing genuine equality in all of its activities as an employer and takes part in the Disability Confident Scheme. Enham Trust has now been accredited as a Disability Confident Leader. As part of our commitment to being a Disability Confident Leader, all disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria for a job vacancy will be interviewed. To be considered under the Guaranteed Interview Scheme, applicants will need to declare that they have a disability. When submitting your application please indicate that you consider yourself to have a disability, impairment or long-term health condition.


    Indeed reference: INDHP


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