Te Omanga Hospice is a charitable trust that provides free specialist palliative care to those living with a life limiting condition in the Hutt Valley. Our vision is that everyone with palliative needs in our community receives responsive, proactive and equitable care. We hold our values close to our heart, with respect, partnership, compassion and learning at the core of everything we do.
he SPCA exists to protect sick, injured, lost and abused animals across the country. It succeeds in helping 45,000 animals each year due to the support of tens of thousands of caring Kiwi’s. We’re looking for an extraordinary Fundraising Manager who will help our supporters realise their aspirations for the animals of New Zealand while our current Manager is taking parental leave for 12 months
How good would it feel to be part of a charity that makes wishes come true? We can assure you, it’s awesome! Make-A-Wish® New Zealand grants the wishes of eligible children with critical illnesses; in essence, we bring absolute joy to these special children with a touch of magic!
Save the Children New Zealand is a long-standing member of the leading international development and humanitarian organisation Save the Children Association which supports child-focussed operations in more than 120 countries around the world worth more than US$ 2 billion annually.
We are looking for an experienced Funding Specialist & Relationship Manager who has a passion for building and developing relationships with funders and key stakeholders to help ensure projects that benefit our community become a reality.
GirlGuiding New Zealand, a registered charity, relies on community fund sourcing which is done in a variety of ways - from grants to corporate partnerships and everything in between! Funding is essential to support the organisation help girls and young women build self-esteem, confidence and leadership skills.
• Looks for opportunities to use social media and online resources to support community fundraising – including #doitforcancernz platform • Keeps the fundraising team up to date with activity and events • Builds, nurtures, and maintains strong and lasting relationships with community fundraisers across the community fundraising portfolio
Our Vision is that people and communities are empowered, transformed and experiencing fullness of life. We provide food parcels, financial mentoring, social work support and advocacy for people when they need it most, and ensure our Drop-in Centre can offer hot meals, daytime shelter and a place of community.
The Porirua District Fund committee will be involved in directing the focus of this Fund and in making recommendations about where the grants will go. While a voluntary position you will have input into impactful grant-making decisions, learn about grant-making and have some impressive skills to add to your CV.
Is your desire to see the boys and young men of New Zealand equipped with life skills and a Christian world view and values that enable them to become leaders in their homes and communities? We have an opportunity for an experienced, committed and energetic person to support and develop our BB & ICONZ programmes amongst churches throughout the Canterbury/Westcoast and Upper South Island region.
-Have experience and passion for developing children and young people - Are a relationship builder with excellent communication skills and are able recruit and motivate volunteers to action - Are a self-starter with a background in sales and/or marketing and experience in event organising Then you will find plenty in this role to excite and challenge you!
Multiple Sclerosis New Zealand is seeking a goal driven, creative and successful campaigns and fundraising expert to drive the organisations raise the public awareness of the organisation. MSNZ works to improve the lives of 4000 people living with MS in New Zealand through advocacy, awareness and information services.
Tearfund is one of New Zealand’s leading NGO’s with development partnerships and programmes throughout the developing world. It is a highly respected charity that inspires people to give, learn, advocate and stand up against injustice. Over 25,000 donors and 1,600 churches nationwide provide a network for the majority of funding needed for Tearfund’s development programmes
Qualifications and experience -Basic accounting preferably with Xero -Strong admin skills (Office/Word/Excel/CRM database) Personal attributes -Very organised and able to work without supervision -Excellent verbal and written communication skills -Confident & effective communicator
Personal attributes - Extremely creative with an understanding of children & teenagers, especially those on the autism spectrum - Very organised and able to work without supervision - Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Variety - The Children's Charity is committed to helping New Zealand's sick, disabled and disadvantaged children reach their full potential. It gives disadvantaged Kiwi kids the childhood they deserve.
This role will require you to be a passionate coach, a project manager and a leader who can motivate people and take them on a journey with you. You will also need to bring knowledge, insights and relationship skills to identify and help secure new funding opportunities.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: • Plan and execute a program of regular communications with key stakeholders, including: monthly EDM’s and our member magazine which we distribute three times a year • Develop and execute a digital marketing plan for the CPS website and main social media platforms • Develop collateral and other marketing material as required for campaigns and to promote the Society
In this role you will: Maximise appeal income through effective direct marketing techniques Help formulate and implement the direct marketing strategy Achieve income and expenditure targets set for direct mail appeals