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12 January 2021
This role would suit someone who is an expert at developing and nurturing relationships. A seasoned professional with the ability to build rapport and trust quickly, and a proven track-record in sales or similar role developing key relationships. This is a fantastic opportunity to take ownership and make your mark.
11 January 2021
Do you enjoy fostering long term relationships with a focus on enabling whānau and communities to thrive?
The organisation is looking for a highly skilled individual to run the organisation’s day to day operations; and use their demonstrated expertise to extend its reach/influence and grow its fundraising, safeguarding organisational sustainability. This is a highly flexible part-time role of 40 hours a fortnight, working remotely from home.
We need a passionate part-time fundraiser with experience in developing supporter relationships, who understands the importance of ongoing stewardship, and is a competent communicator who will be able to build and foster appropriate relationships with volunteers, staff, other stakeholders. They will be a team player - with initiative, problem solving ability, and critical thinking skills.
MWB New Zealand is seeking an outstanding individual to lead the New Zealand team and maximise the generation of funds required for the work of the organisation. This role will be the lead representative for MWB in New Zealand and is responsible for upholding and implementing the ethos, values and strategy of the mission.
21 December 2020
The Foundation is seeking an exceptional individual to lead the organisation, ensuring long-term sustainability through continued effective management, success in fundraising and quality service delivery. The successful candidate will champion the Foundation’s mission
24 November 2020
Christians Against Poverty (CAP) partners with over 150 churches across Aotearoa, equipping them to reach their communities and transform lives. CAP Money is a free course that has helped equip almost 15,000 New Zealanders so far to take control of their finances, whilst CAP’s free Debt Help service has helped release over 1,800 New Zealanders from unmanageable debt.
18 January 2021
The role will focus on securing financial support from major donors and bequest pledgers in the first instance; and in time, managing regular giving, trust & foundation applications and business donors. The Planned Giving Manager will also be responsible for creating fundraising communications, maintaining fundraising policies and processes, donor database management and prospect research.
13 January 2021
There are great foundations in place, and we are looking for a creative and innovative Fundraising Manager to take them to the next level. This is a fantastic opportunity to take ownership and make your mark for one of New Zealand’s most well-regarded essential health services and not for profit organisations.
We are looking for an experienced and capable Supporter Experience Administrator to ensure we continue to raise money and provide outstanding supporter care to everyone who supports us. This is a permanent full-time role where you will be working closely with our Development Administration Manager to provide seamless customer care, donations administration, database maintenance and general support
We’re looking for a Senior Fundraising Lead to join our incredible team, who can help to take our work and impact to a whole new level. Could this be you?!
The Cancer Society - Wellington Division is a not-for-profit organization, with a mission “To Improve Community Well-being by Reducing the Incidence and Impact of Cancer.” This is achieved through fundraising to fund cancer research, health promotion, advocacy and support for those affected by cancer and their whanau/families.
In this exciting role you will be involved in identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding major gifts and sponsorships from individuals (alumni and prospects), businesses, trusts and foundations.
It is the mission of the Canterbury West Coast Air Rescue Trust (CWART) and the New Zealand Flying Doctor Trust (NZFDT) to empower communities to join them in striving to raise funds to enable the Air Rescue and Air Ambulance services to save lives now and for future generations.
The primary focus of this role is to develop and manage the successful and seamless delivery of a portfolio of digital events, activities and campaigns that support and enhance alumni engagement activities, assist with fundraising activities and increase alumni loyalty and participation.
Are you an enthusiastic and well-organised ‘people-person’ with proven relationship building and community engagement capabilities? Do you the ability to inspire people to support their local charity by fundraising for us? And are you motivated by making a positive difference in the lives of people? If so, this role might be for you!
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18 December 2020
It is an exciting time to join the University, as it builds the philanthropic foundations upon which to launch its first significant and comprehensive fundraising campaign.
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