|Job Title||Fundraising Intern|
|Salary||Reasonable travel and lunch expenses may be reimbursed|
|Job Published||05 Sep 2016|
The Share Foundation is a national charity working with children and young people in care providing support in the form of financial resources and financial education.
Through our Stepladder of Achievement Programme, a ground breaking incentivised learning programme designed to inspire young people in care to take steps to improve their literacy, numeracy and financial capability, we aim to improve their life chances to fulfil their potential and make a real contribution to their own communities.
Play and important part in the future success of The Share Foundation by providing fundraising support to help these disadvantaged young people and develop your own skills and knowledge at the same time. Work closely with a small fundraising team and make a real difference to the objectives of the charity and to your own CV.
This is an ideal opportunity for someone wishing to develop fundraising, research and IT skills in a real working environment and wishing to learn how to apply them to fundraising solutions. It would also suit those wanting to enter the voluntary sector in either fundraising or marketing/communications.
For more information, please contact Charlotte Langley, Director of Fundraising on Charlotte.Langley@sharefoundation.org or on 07740 701 462.
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