Static Collection Tin Coordinator
Are you friendly, outgoing, confident and a self-starter? Then apply to join our Fundraising Team as a volunteer and make a difference to people in your local community. This is a brand new, exciting and rewarding opportunity to raise funds, awareness and support for St Luke’s Hospice (Harrow and Brent) by liaising with local businesses and shops in the Harrow and Brent community.
On average in 2021, each static collection tin raised £76 for St Luke’s Hospice. This could fund 2 home visits to a patient from a Health Care assistant to give practical support with washing, getting ready for bed, dressing, preparing meals, as well as a friendly face and an opportunity to chat. With your support we could grow this income, box by box.
In addition, volunteering is a great way to: meet new people; gain confidence; make a difference to individuals, communities and society; be part of another community and develop yourself personally by learning new skills.
This is a flexible role – ideally we would ask that you give a few hours fortnightly or more if you have time.
- Develop and manage existing relationships with local businesses and shops where we already have static collection boxes on their premises
- Organise a rota to exchange full collection boxes for empty ones and return the full ones to St Luke’s Hospice, Kenton Road
- After each collection thank the organisation and confirm the amount collected
- Identify potential sites for new static collection boxes in the community and develop these relationships and revenue opportunities
- Complete paperwork to confirm permission to place a static collection box
- Develop and communicate your knowledge about the Hospice and its services to raise awareness within these organisations where appropriate
- Distribute St Luke’s Hospice materials where appropriate
- Feedback to the Community Fundraiser
Personal Qualities Needed:
- Ability to work independently
- Cheerful and friendly personality
- Good organisational skills
- Confidence with networking and approaching new contacts
- Ability to travel within the local community (car user preferred)
- Introduction to St Luke’s Hospice and its Services
- Professional Boundaries & Risk Awareness (Lone Worker Training)
- Diversity & Inclusion
What You Get Out Of It:
- Reward and fulfilment from raising essential money for the Hospice and its services
- Gain fundraising skills and work experience
- Regular e-newsletter
- Reimbursement of travel expenses (capped)
To Apply for this Role For more information on this role, please contact Tracy on 020 8382 8023, or contact email@example.com