Partnerships Fundraiser – 37.5 Hours – Permanent

Closing date: Tuesday, 30th November 2021 (12 Noon)

Interview date: TBC



Are you a ‘hands-on’ person who is comfortable working both with the Fundraising Team here at St Leonard’s and with businesses and individuals from the local community?  Do you relish the opportunity to lead, develop, and expand key fundraising streams for St Leonard’s Hospice?

Do you set high standards and have the ability to bring fresh ideas to an established high-performing team with plenty of energy and enthusiasm?  Are you committed to putting ‘the patient at the centre of everything we do”?

Your experience will be in fundraising in the charity sector with a real flair to meet and exceed fundraising/income generation targets.  You will already have a proven track record in fundraising in the third sector.  You will be excited by the prospect of joining an organisation in the process of implementing a new vision for its future, and looking to embrace a culture of innovation and continuous improvement. Most importantly, you will have a genuine passion for hospice work and meeting the needs of existing and new supporters.

You will deliver exceptional fundraising by supporting the Head of Fundraising and members of the Fundraising Team with on-going fundraising events, stewarding major donors and corporate supporters and developing new innovative ideas for future fundraising initiatives.

It is essential that you enjoy a challenge, with an eye to how we can strategically grow these areas of fundraising.



  1. To work with fundraising colleagues to co-ordinate key hospice events, selecting suppliers as required.
  2. To develop the income stream of major donors, starting with identifying likely warm prospects and then reaching out to contacts not currently on our database.
  3. Develop, rebrand and run tactical activity such as the St Leonard’s Hospice Business Club – with clear deliverables from each forum.
  4. Develop the pipeline of corporate support, strategically engaging the support of directors – with a clear approach and journey for the donor type – from prospect onwards.
  5. To work in partnership at high levels within corporates in the Vale of York to raise funds through Charity of the Year, and other partnerships.
  6. To work with the Communications and Marketing Team to ensure corporates and major donors receive adequate PR coverage and are sufficiently planned into the Hospice communications calendar.
  7. Maximise all marketing opportunities for corporates and major donors including website, community promotion, social media and e-bulletins to supporters as appropriate.
  8. Responding to enquiries from the public, volunteers, fundraisers etc via phone, email or in person, including responding to requests for information and material.
  9. To work closely with other departments within the Hospice, encouraging their support for and attendance at corporate fundraising events.
  10. To promote the Hospice and act as a representative of the Hospice in formal and informal ways, including attendance and speaking at functions and events as required.
  11. To be a member of and attend when appropriate, meetings of Hospice Income Generation Network (Formerly NAHF).
  12. To attend relevant networking events with clear deliverables.
  13. To use data to identify opportunities.
  14. To ensure that the database is kept current to ensure partnerships are appropriately stewarded.
  15. To establish and implement a corporate and major donor stewardship journey so that the Hospice is clear about direction of partnership.


Partnerships Fundraiser – Candidate Brief

Application Instructions

Application Form

Criminal Records Declaration

Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form