Experienced Volunteer Fundraiser Opportunity - CASBA Volunteer RoleWe’re looking for volunteers to support us with:- Helping to research trusts which we could submit applications to; - Helping to write and send applications to trusts; and - Helping to update our database and ensure information is used effectively and efficiently If you have any of the following skills and experience: - Research skills, including using the internet; - Knowledge of using a database - Attention to detail and good writing skills; - Some knowledge and understanding of fundraising, including trust fundraising which would be helpful but not essential. We would like to meet you. Training and support - You will receive a full volunteer induction to CASBA Advocacy and your role, as well as in-house training on the use of our database - You will receive regular support, and opportunities to meet with other volunteers. What you’ll get from the role: - You will be able to utilise your existing skills as well as develop and learn new ones to take forward into the future, including research skills; - The opportunity to join a friendly, supportive and passionate team and develop an understanding of how a busy charity fundraising team operates; - Training for, and experience of using, a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) database Time commitment - As much time as you would like, but we’re ideally looking for a regular commitment of at least four hours per week, across one morning or afternoon, ideally within CASBA’s core opening hours (9am-5:30pm, Monday—Friday). This is a remote role and can be done from home. Practical considerations:You will receive a full induction to CASBA and any specific training for the role, as well as ongoing support from a team member within the Trust and Foundations Team. For further details and to apply:- Contact Becky Jones Volunteer Coordinator at [email protected] - You will be invited to have informal discussions with the CEO and the Fundraising and Communications Officer, which can be held on zoom or face to face.