What we do
Reedham Children’s Trust provides support for vulnerable and disadvantaged children and has done so for 175 years. We adapt our services as social needs change, always seeking the most innovative and effective ways to help. Collaborating with grassroots organisations and schools we offer practical, emotional and inspirational support, helping to raise aspirations and transform the lives of vulnerable children.
How we help
Education offers one of the strongest routes out of poverty, and educational opportunity is at the core of our work. We invest in young people who need our help: with projects ranging from funding places at nurturing boarding schools, to offering programmes in day schools and the community aimed at developing leadership, confidence and resilience. We support them through a relationship that spans the length of their school years – empowering these young people to achieve a brighter future.
28 hours per week – Monday to Thursday (with flexibility)
£35,000 - £40,000 (pro rata, part time)
Reporting to the Deputy CEO, the Fundraising Manager will be responsible for building and managing a small fundraising team and develop and lead all fundraising activity across the organisation.
The Fundraising Manager will devise and implement innovative fundraising programmes to significantly increase income and profile for Reedham Children’s Trust.The Fundraising Manager will represent Reedham with key funders and will be supported by, and manage, two to three other positions in the team, covering fundraising, marketing and communications functions.
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