Community Fundraiser - North

Meningitis Now is looking for a Community Fundraiser to be part of a small team based across the UK to deliver the annual Community Fundraising target of circa £950,000 and to develop a strategy to increase income from this area

  • Hours: 21 hours
  • Salary: £18,500 - £24,500 pro rata depending on experience
  • Location: Home based

The role is based at home with travel throughout the region as you develop relationships with local supporters. You will work flexibly within the Community Fundraising Team but will primarily cover Cheshire, Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Humberside, Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cleveland, Durham and Tyne and Wear. 

This is a fantastic opportunity for somebody with Community Fundraising experience to join Meningitis Now. In return we offer you the opportunity to work as part of an excellent team. We also offer 25 days annual leave pro-rata and a flexible working policy.

The largest meningitis organisation in the world, Meningitis Now is a bold, brave and influential charity making a real difference in the UK. With our beneficiaries and supporters at the heart of everything we do, our vision is simple – a future where no lives are lost to meningitis in the UK and everyone affected gets the support they need to rebuild their lives.  

We do this by funding research, providing emotional and practical support and using our voice to raise awareness and influence others.

To achieve this we recognise the importance of sustainable income generation, exceptional relationship and support care, strong and effective communications and adherence to best practice.

For an informal chat please contact Tracey Lee, Community Fundraising Manager or email

To apply please complete the application form, personal information form and email them to

*No CV’s please*

Closing dates for applications: Monday 25 September.

Interviews and presentation: Week commencing 9 October.

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