Community Fundraising Local Champion

Tuesday 3 December 2013
Vacancy type:
Publicity and promotional, Raise money to save nature, Volunteering at home
At home

What we're looking for

The RSPB is the country's largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home. We are quickly losing our birds, wildlife and natural places, and a recent RSPB report has found that seven out of eight children do not feel connected to nature, but together we can raise the urgent funding needed to save it. Community Fundraising is an exciting area where anyone can be involved. Together we can raise vital funding through volunteer networks, with local community groups, and the general public at local and national events. The RSPB charity pin badge box scheme can raise substantial unrestricted funds for nature conservation, but to grow this funding quickly and efficiently we need to work with Local Champions who help to raise funds and manage volunteers in their local area

The skills you need

Time and interest in fundraising to save nature Good general knowledge of your local area People and event management skills Initiative, and also enjoyment of working as part of a team Developed written and verbal skills and access to a computer with the internet.

Your time

Flexible, hours to suit you
All year round

What's in it for you?

As a champion for RSPB Cymru's work in your own community you will have the huge satisfaction of helping to run fundraising events and coordinate other volunteers with full support and training from the Community Fundraising team at Wales HQ. You will be invited to volunteer events and will have the opportunity to meet RSPB staff and volunteers who share your enthusiasm for saving nature. You will have lots of opportunities to get out and about in your community, to make new friends and contacts, all while you are promoting the crucial work of the RSPB and the vital message that nature is in trouble.

How to apply


Robert Williams, Wales HQ
Tel: 029 2035 3000


Expenses can be claimed where you are out of pocket, including for travel where incurred on behalf of the RSPB, up to 25 miles travel (24p per mile). You will also receive copies of our bi-annual volunteer newsletter. Training and support around volunteer management, admin and database procedures will be provided throughout your time with us. For further information or to discuss this role please call Robert Williams on 02920 353000

Reference number 6901