A vacancy has arisen at the Urostomy Association for a paid, professional, fundraising lead, with a proven successful track record, who can lead on the development of a new fundraising strategy for the Urostomy Association
- You will manage our grant applications, and develop and handle national fundraising campaigns and events.
- You will work closely with our local volunteers, by supporting them in their community fundraising activities.
- You will enjoy working from home, but you will have the benefit of ample support from the Chief Executive Officer and other Trustees.
Salary up to £30,000 per annum, pro-rata for 3 days per week
Matching up to 3% contributory pension scheme
Laptop and mobile phone
Reimbursed reasonable business expenses
20 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays per annum pro -rata
- You will have proven charity sector funding experience, with a good understanding of relevant legislation and experience of diverse fundraising practices.
- Committed to our vision and values, you will be enthusiastic, proactive, self-motivated, creative and able to build effective long-lasting relationships with our key supporters.
- Working on your own initiative you will have excellent organisational and interpersonal skills and able to manage a demanding workload whilst meeting tight deadlines.
- You must have your own transport, and be prepared to travel the UK to attend and assist at events.
Applications should be submitted by email to our National Office, along with your CV, by November 15th, with interviews to follow soon after this date.
More information may be obtained from our National Office:
by telephone: 01386 430140 by email: [email protected]
(We reserve the right to expire vacancies prior to the advertised closing date once we have received a sufficient number of applications)
Cancer52 is a charity and an alliance of patient groups and charities that represent those with rare and less common cancers. You can find out more at www.cancer52.org.uk.
The organisation is running a survey of people with rare and less common cancers to find out more about their experiences during the coronavirus pandemic. This is the second survey they have run since the onset of coronavirus. The first was in the summer of 2020 and they want to understand whether things are improving for people with rare or less common cancer especially during this second wave.
The survey is available here and is open until Wednesday 16th December 2020.
Once the survey has finished, Cancer52 will share a full summary of results with its charity members.
The survey examines topics such as treatment, testing, and vulnerable groups. Cancer52 used the results from the first patient survey in discussion with the NHS and the Government to push for the best possible care and treatment for people with rare and less common cancers in all circumstances, and will do the same again with this second survey.
Answers are anonymous and Cancer52 will not ask for name or contact details, although you can opt in at the end of the survey to stay in touch with Cancer52.
Sharing the data with relevant member charities
If Cancer52 receives responses from 20 people or more with the same type of cancer, Cancer52 will share the data collected in this survey on that type of cancer only with the relevant Cancer52 member charity so that they can understand how the pandemic is affecting the specific groups of people they help.
Large accessible toilets for severely disabled people – known as Changing Places – will be made compulsory for new buildings in England from 2021.
Please read https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-53448846?fbclid=IwAR0BfuhQT-pdZTF_QoseK5MvWbUxA8yZ_RL5-Z6-n_4RjLZsFA8xPSqudag for further information.