Fundraising Administration Volunteer
Posted for Alzheimer's Society
What's involved? You’ll provide administrative support to fundraising teams. The role will be varied with tasks such as:
- Dealing with correspondence
- Contacting supporters on the phone and entering data onto computer systems
- Promoting local fundraising activity and researching new fundraising opportunities in the local community
The impact you’ll make:
Fundraising at Alzheimer’s Society is an integral part of the work that they do in the fight against dementia. You’ll be supporting fundraising teams to provide an efficient administration service, helping to maximise their potential within the local community. You’ll be playing a vital role in telling local communities about the work being done and the ways they can get involved.
What you need to know:
Alzheimers's Society need to ensure that people living with dementia who benefit from their services are safe. In order for them to do this they interview, check and train volunteers in on-going roles.
If you have accessibility needs ,reasonable adjustments will be made to enable you to volunteer.
Volunteers from all backgrounds, communities and experiences, are made feel welcome, included and respected, because together everyone is united.
- You’ll be confident talking on the telephone, and have experience of using computers
- You’ll be organised, enjoy a variety of tasks and have good attention to detail
- You’ll be willing to learn and develop new skills and have some experience of working or volunteering in an office environment
- Health and Social Care
- No specific interest
- Older People
- Administration and Office
- DBS check required
- Equal Opportunities Policy
- Expenses reimbursed
- Health and Safety Policy
- Ongoing support
- Training provided
- Volunteer induction
- Volunteer Policy
- Volunteers covered by insurance
- Written role description
When do I need to be available?
Frequency: 2 hours monthly
Acorn House, Acorn Ind Est
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