Support Sue Ryder’s fundraising and awareness raising efforts in your local area, in your own time.
While supported by the local fundraising team, you’ll be working largely on your own initiative to:
- manage and increase collecting tins in the area
- help with promotion of fundraising activities (eg poster/leaflet drops)
- attend supporter events, cheque collections and thank supporters where required
- manage supermarket and street collections as required
- deliver talks/presentations to various community groups where required.
This is an ad-hoc role and you would be contacted as and when required.
Ideally you will have:
- confidence in talking to the public about Sue Ryder (training will be provided)
- a good knowledge of your local area
Previous experience in public speaking or fundraising would be beneficial but is not essential.
Training and on-going support will be provided. We can reimburse your reasonable travel expenses / mileage and we will be able to provide a reference to prospective employers.
This is a great opportunity to gain experience in the charity sector in your own time and community, make new friends, and help Sue Ryder provide compassionate support to people living through the challenges of life-changing illness.