Volunteer Manager: Regional Fundraising Manager
Where you will be based: Within your local community
Why we want you
Barnardo’s protects, supports and nurtures the UK’s most vulnerable children.
Barnardo’s helps bring out the best in children – no matter who they are or what they have been through. Our volunteers help make this happen.
What you will be doing
• A big part of your role will be carrying out research into community groups, schools and businesses in your area, so that you can contact them to offer your services as a speaker, giving free talks about Barnardo’s and our vital work.
• Although you will be committing as much or as little time as you can to the role, it would be desirable for you to spend a minimum of five hours per month researching and contacting organisations in your local community.
• Through your talks, you will engage and inspire support for Barnardo’s, and encourage involvement in our fundraising initiatives.
• You will have access to our Community Ambassador Toolkit, enabling you to deliver bespoke presentations to diverse communities and audiences of all ages.
• You will be keeping your Volunteer Manager up to date on your activities, including the contacts you’ve made and talks that you’ve arranged. In return, your Volunteer Manager will be there to provide support, guidance and advice.
• You may also be asked to attend cheque presentations and local events on behalf of Barnardo’s, officially thanking donors and hosts for their support
• Adhering to Barnardo’s policies and procedures at all times, including Barnardo’s: Safeguarding; Equality, Diversity and Inclusion; Health & Safety; Data Protection; Confidentiality; Recording policies and procedures.
• Participating fully in training and supervision.
• Working within Barnardo’s Basis and Value.
What’s in it for you?
• Full induction and training.
• Other training opportunities relevant to the volunteer role.
• Regular supervision and support.
• Out of pocket expenses agreed in advance.
• Access to the Barnardo’s internal vacancy listing.
Our volunteers tell us about lots of other benefits of volunteering, including:
• experience of working with children, young people and families;
• experience for your CV;
• supporting your local community;
• meeting new people;
• increasing self-confidence;
• feeling like you are making a difference;
• improving your health and wellbeing;
• a chance to contribute to a worthwhile children’s charity.
• Friendly, positive and outgoing personality
• Tenacity and enthusiasm for sourcing talks and opportunities in your community
and through your own networks
• Enthusiasm about Barnardo’s and the work we do
• Good communication skills, and an interest/experience in public speaking
• Strong organisational skills, and an ability to work on own initiative and
• Access to the Internet and confidence in using it
• A good local knowledge
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY please contact:
Giorgia Bracelli: firstname.lastname@example.org