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National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline 0800 999 5428

LGBT+ Hate Crime Helpline 020 7704 2040

Head of Fundraising and Communications

  • The UK’s LGBT+ anti-abuse charity
  • Protect the lives of people in the LGBT+ community
  • Career-defining fundraising role

Charity People are thrilled to be working in partnership with Galop who are searching for a Head of Fundraising and Communications to join their team. This is a newly created position and an exciting time to join Galop following a period of growth.

Organisation

Galop are the UK’s LGBT+ anti-abuse charity working with victims and survivors of domestic abuse, sexual violence, hate crime, and other forms of abuse including so-called conversion therapies, forced marriage, and honour-based abuse.

Galop runs two national Helplines, with thousands of contacts each year. We also provide advocacy services, both in London and nationally, for LGBT+ victims who need longer-term support. Using their learnings from working directly with survivors of abuse, Galop produces research and works with policymakers to make the UK a better place for LGBT+ people.

 Role

You will work closely with the CEO to develop and execute a fundraising strategy that will grow Galop’s unrestricted funding. You will also have oversight of external communications.

Galop’s fundraising portfolio has huge potential. You will identify the opportunities and develop a successful and diverse program with a focus on corporate and individual giving. You will also work closely with the LGBT+ community to grow the existing base of people fundraising on Galop’s behalf.

This role is part of the senior leadership team. You will also manage the Communications Manager and direct the work of an external grant writer for trusts and foundations applications.

Skills Required

The ideal person for this role will be a passionate and strategic relationship fundraiser. Your experience may come directly from the charity sector working with corporate and individual donors or from the commercial sector where you will have managed a corporate sponsorship program.

You will be passionate about LGBT+ rights and the safety of people in the LGBT+ community. You will enjoy working in a high impact, service orientated organisation that is making a difference.

The salary range for this role is £37, 496 – £43, 594 depending on experience. The role is full time, and is currently home-based, with a view to moving back into the London office when circumstances permit.

 

 

This role is being managed by Emma Adams at Charity People. To apply please send your CV to emma@charitypeople.co.uk or call Emma for more information on 020 7939 7436. We encourage you to submit your application asap for this role.

Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.