Our staff team deliver a variety of activities, services and support to girls and young women across England and Wales.

Our London office houses the CEO and a number of other members of staff who make the organisation run; from Marketing to Finance and HR to volunteer support. Our Regional Development Managers are based in their respective regions regularly travel around helping to develop GFS groups in their area.

Statement of exemption with reference to the Equality Act 2010

Sometimes our posts are restricted to female applicants only under the Equality Act. A central part of the GFS approach is to provide single-gender spaces. The individuals in the roles below may provide girls and young women with personal services, promoting their welfare or education, which can be provided most effectively by a person of the same sex. This will be highlighted on the role description where appropriate.


Trust Fundraising Coordinator

We are commencing an exciting stage of growth and need to grow our trust and foundations team to fund the expansion of our girls groups across the country. This is a fantastic opportunity for either your first fundraising role or an opportunity to broaden your existing fundraising skills in a new and exciting area. This role would suit a confident and proactive individual who enjoys writing and building relationships.

As Trust Fundraising Coordinator, your work will help girls across England and Wales develop self-confidence and express themselves in a judgement-free, single-gender space. Working within the Fundraising and Communications Team, you will be responsible for the development and delivery of the Trusts and Foundations fundraising programme against an agreed annual income target.

You will work closely with colleagues across the charity to implement a trusts and foundations pipeline that helps us deliver our empowering programme for girls. This will include the development of processes to understand funding needs as well as the monitoring and evaluation of projects.

You will manage your own workload including the writing of high-quality applications within deadlines, as well as researching and cultivating new funding partners. You will be responsible for maintaining records of our progress, and enjoy communicating with people about the importance of our work.

The closing date for applications is Monday 5 July at noon emailed to recruitment@girlsfriendlysociety.org.uk. Interviews will take place on 14 July via Zoom.

Please note applications must be submitted on the GFS application form (CV’s are not accepted), attaching supplementary sheets as required. For general enquiries, please contact Human Resources. For further information about the role please contact our Head of Fundraising and Communications, Ellie Stone ellie@girlsfriendlysociety.org.uk Tel: 07341 226778.

If you’re still interested in being involved with GFS, take a look at our volunteering opportunities here.

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