The Trustees of Liverpool Pride are actively searching for a new Trustee to oversee fundraising activities. This role will include writing grant applications, liaising with partners organisations, and being present in Liverpool and across the UK as a representative of Liverpool Pride.
Developing a year round Fundraising strategy that supports Liverpool Pride’s income generation; in line with Pride’s inclusion activity for events throughout the year.
Development and delivery of community based fundraising activity and events, to include individual donations, third party events and collections.
Leading on the development of relationships with local pubs, bars and restaurants. This includes developing annual support packages for an agreed annual donation.
Management of the Stalls Plan. We sell stall space to both corporates and community groups on March Day.
Working closely with Volunteer Manager.
Representing Liverpool Pride at civic events throughout the year.
You will have experience at working in a fundraising role in the charity sector in the UK or overseas.
You will have a deep commitment to the aims and objectives of Liverpool Pride and help us in working towards these throughout the year
You will have an astute awareness of fundraising for the arts, as well as events and charitable events throughout the year.
Please submit a cover letter outlining your interest in the position along with a CV to:
Michael Birchall, michael.birchall@
by 31st May 2018.
Applicants will be invited for an informal discussion with the Trustees.
About Liverpool Pride:
Liverpool Pride has continued to grow annually since its creation ten years ago. More importantly than ever before, it has become a key event in Liverpool’s cultural calendar, attracting visitors from throughout the region though an inclusive programme of music, participatory events, family friendly activities and an arts programme. Although the Pride weekend takes place annually, the charity continues to champion LGBT+ equality year-round. Increasingly links are being forged with international pride events and through the promotion of an inclusive arts programme.