Volunteer leaders to plan and run at least 2 events in North Northamptonshire with a team of dedicated volunteers and support other Cransley Hospice Trust events to raise money.
What is the Cransley Community Fundraising Group?
The Cransley Community Fundraising Group is an exciting new project for Cransley Hospice Trust. We plan to bring together a group of fun and dedicated volunteers who are passionate about fundraising for Cransley Hospice Trust. The group will meet throughout the year to plan and organise 3-4 community events a year and we would ask each member to take part in at least two of the events a year and be available to help with planning the others. The group will be supported by our Community Fundraising team and lead by the group members – this is a great opportunity to support your local community and raise money for such an important cause!
- Organise and run local fundraising events
- Support other team members with fun local events
- Help at events, including event set up and post-event clear-up
- Help to raise awareness of the charity
- Attend regular group meetings in person or virtually to discuss ideas and give updates on events and fundraising activities
- Help at meetings by sometimes chairing and taking minutes.
- Meet and correspond with local organisations and businesses to support the events
- Help to promote events locally through a variety of online and offline networks
- Keep accurate records of expenditure and fundraising money for reporting
Most importantly we hope that you like to have fun and will enjoy supporting the fundraising team to reach their fundraising target.
At Cransley Hospice Trust we feel passionately about making high quality hospice and end of life care available to all and we are committed to raising funds that will support and develop the delivery of these services for our local community in North Northamptonshire.
The specialist end of life care provided both at ‘Cransley Hospice,’ and to patients in their own home through the ‘Hospice at Home’ service encompasses the physical, psychological, spiritual and social needs of the patient, their family and loved ones.
The majority of the money we raise comes from dedicated and loyal supporters and the public in our community, and for this level of care and for future services to continue, we need to increase the amount we raise from £1.4m to £2m over the next 5 years.
How to apply:
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