Volunteer Opportunity

Fundraising Coordinator

Posted by
Africa Health Organisation (AHO)
London, England, United Kingdom
Published 2 months ago
Fundraising Coordinator


The purpose of this role is to support the CEO and coordinate fundraising activities across the world and supervise Fundraising Managers in your local area

Purpose of Role:

  • To support the charities long-term financial sustainability.
  • To explore a variety of funding streams that could be suitable for the charity.
  • To increase the contributions of individuals and groups to the charity by building relationships and exploring new fundraising opportunities from various sources.
  • Raise awareness of the charity's work, aims and goals.
  • Line manage Volunteer Managers.
  • This exciting role is responsible for developing and maintaining a fundraising programme for AHO.

Responsibilities & Duties

Income Generation

  • Manage, support, develop and run imaginative fundraising activities, some of which will be events-based.   
  • Contribute to grant applications and fundraising events.
  • Inspire new supporters to raise money through regular and one-off giving, while maintaining and developing relationships with existing supporters.
  • Develop and broaden corporate support.
  • Develop and coordinate web-based fundraising including social media.
  • Recruit fundraising volunteers and provide an excellent standard of fundraising support to the
  • general public and third-party fundraisers including ad-hoc special events such as rotary clubs.
  • Responsible for the management and execution of an agreed number of community fundraising events.
  • Provide them with the necessary fundraising materials, such as sponsor forms, a t-shirt and training advice.
  • Line manage and provide support to Fundraising Managers. 

Strategic Direction

  • Maintain and update the fundraising and communications budgets, with the CEO.
  • Collaborate with the CEO to develop, evaluate and update a strategic plan to guide fundraising activities and revenue generation in order to further build AHO’s base of support.
  • Work in conjunction with the CEO and Grants Coordinator to have a good overall understanding of all revenue streams.


  • Work with the Director to raise the profile of the charity.
  • Raise awareness of the charity, its service, successes and plans in the local community and through social media and the local press.
  • Write and speak to a wide range of audiences as needed.
  • Deliver presentations to interested groups and to attend events as an AHO representative.


  • Plan, budget and forecast fundraising income.
  • Preparation of fundraising reports for Trustees meetings.
  • Maintaining the fundraising database and documents.
  • Write and design Organisational fundraising materials.
  • Contribute updates of fundraising events and activities for quarterly newsletters.
  • Write appeals and direct mail in collaboration with another team members.
  • Manage the web site fundraising content, including the blog.


  • Awareness of fundraising best practice and legislation, ensuring compliance with the Charities Act and the Institute of Fundraising and FRSB codes of practice.
  • Network with other fundraisers and charity staff when possible
  • Undertake any other duties commensurate with the post

Person specification

  • Qualification in any subject or equivalent.
  • 2 year of professional experience in fundraising or managing fundraisers.
  • A strong commitment to the aims, objectives and values of AHO.
  • Well established and practiced organizational and planning skills, extensive knowledge and experience of charity fundraising.


The purpose of this role is to support the CEO and coordinate fundraising activities across the world and supervise Fundraising Managers in your local area

Purpose of Role:

  • To support the charities long-term financial…

Details at a Glance

  • Schedule
  • Time Commitment
    A few hours per week
  • Recurrence


Work may be performed anywhere in the world
Associated Location
43 Berkeley Square, London, England W1J 5FJ, United Kingdom

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