Fundraiser Apprenticeship Level 3

Fundraising and associated non-financial awareness raising has always been a key function within the voluntary sector and is even more important in these extreme times.

JGA is delighted to offer this new, expert-developed, apprenticeship focused on achieving occupational competence for junior fundraisers.

Fundraiser is a role that covers a wide range of specific job titles such as fundraising, development, income generation, major donor, major gift, philanthropy, corporate partnerships, individual giving, events/community and legacy fundraiser, plus relationship manager. As part of the fundraising team, a fundraiser contributes to the implementation and execution of the fundraising strategy, projects and plans. Day-to-day delivery is oriented towards income and engagement with a wide range of stakeholders, researching and analysing opportunities and providing data to develop fundraising projects. It focuses on meeting KPIs, innovation, problem solving, compliance and sales.

Our programme has been developed by Beth Crackles, Convention Board Member at the Institute of Fundraising and experienced fundraiser for Toynbee Hall, English for Action, NCVO, Friends of the Earth and the RNIB among many others. Beth has an MSc in Voluntary Sector Management, Fundraising and Marketing.

Beth is working with Lesley McGinty who has a long history leading fundraising for smaller specialist charities such as Daniel’s Den, the Mulberry Centre, Rethink Mental Illness, The MPS Society, London Motor Museum, Age UK Hillingdon, St. Mark’s Hospital Foundation, Style Acre, the Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation, AbilityNet, DEMAND Design and Manufacture for Disability, Orchid Cancer Appeal and Prostate Cancer UK to name but some!

Delivery Model

The course is delivered through digitally-led monthly full day workshops plus expert coaching high quality online resources. We deliver nationally.

All teaching is presently delivered remotely and there is an active programme of starts despite Covid-19.

If your junior staff are furloughed then now is a good time for them to start their apprenticeships, their time is available and principally funded by the government so that post-furlough they have new knowledge, skills and behaviours to apply to the workplace.

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