Polly Symondson Recruitment | 000162
Polly Symondson Recruitment, PSR, Specialist Regional Recruitment for the Charity Sector, Cheltenham, UK
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Job Number: 000162

Job Title: Trust and Grants Fundraising Officer
Charity: Homeless Oxfordshire
Location: Home-based with monthly travel to Oxford office
Contract: Full time (37.5 hrs), permanent
Salary Range: £33k
Closing: 21st June

Trusts and Grants Fundraising Officer

Primary function of the role

To inspire funders to engage with Homeless Oxfordshire in order to generate income

The postholder will be fully supported in the task to uplift funds from grant making trusts and foundations, company foundations, public sector funders and lottery bodies. With support from the Head of Fundraising and Communications the postholder will work with services, clients and other key stakeholders to develop compelling requests for support and funding.

Grants and Trusts Officer who will be helping secure 5 plus figure gifts. This role is a really exciting opportunity for someone who has 1 – 2 years of trusts experience.
Take responsibility for the rolling Grants & Trusts program aimed at delivering £250,000 plus per annum.

About Homeless Oxfordshire

2022 is our 35th anniversary. This is a very exciting time to join the organisation as we develop our services. We want to end homelessness; not manage it.

We are the largest supported accommodation provider for homeless people in Oxfordshire. Each night we accommodate over 200 people. But we are more than bricks and mortar. Through 11 innovative housing projects, we provide a range of support to help people rebuild their lives.

Our vision is to make homelessness a thing of the past. To support and guide homeless people along a one-way journey towards fulfilling futures.We are experts in our field and are on a mission to support the growing numbers of people rough sleeping and vulnerably housed

As the government initiative “Everyone In” comes to an end people will be returning to the streets. Our help and support is needed now more than ever.

In Oxford the average house price of £513,754 is around 17 times the UK average yearly household income of £29,600.

Our solution is to provide a range of housing with high quality support, creating individual solutions to individual need; encourage and support homeless people to take up training, education and activities.

For full details of the role please contact us using the form on this page.

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