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Philanthropy Manager

Philanthropy Manager

Location: Remote Working in UK/London/Nationwide

Salary: £43,000- £55,000

The Company:

Our client is at the forefront of the movement to use food technology to replace the products of industrial animal agriculture with plant-based, fermentation-derived and cultivated meat, eggs, dairy, and seafood.
We are looking for a Philanthropy Manager to drive their fundraising efforts in Europe.

The Role:

The work of our client is entirely funded through philanthropy.

Reporting directly to the Managing Director, you will be in a senior, frontline fundraising role, building and sustaining relationships with their growing family of supporters.

Your role will have high responsibility and high impact.

Your performance in this role has the potential to make a significant impact on how quickly Europe and the world moves to a more ethical and sustainable food system.

Role Responsibilities:

? Building strong, meaningful, long-term relationships with major donors and prospects (both individuals and foundations) across the UK and Europe to attract, maintain and expand their support.
? Achieving ambitious fundraising targets.
? Identifying and qualifying new philanthropic prospects.
? Helping keep our supporters up to date with our activities and impact.
? Ensuring accurate, timely and thorough correspondence, acknowledgement and record-keeping at all stages of the donor journey.

You will use the CRM system (Salesforce) to manage prospects and supporters, enter and track gifts, pull reports, and analyse data.
? Over time, potentially identifying and implementing other fundraising revenue streams, and developing and executing creative strategies to expand the donor base, for example using social media and e-appeals, as part of the global fundraising efforts.
? Coordinating closely with colleagues in the US and other countries.
? Helping to drive the expansion to other countries in Europe, including setting up development systems