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We’re recruiting – Senior Digital Fundraiser

News 19 January 2022

We’re looking for an experienced and motivated fundraiser to sustainably increase income from our individual supporters and grow communications across our digital channels.

Room to Heal is a human rights charity, based in London. Our mission is to support people who have survived or witnessed torture and organised violence to rebuild their lives in exile, through an integrated programme of therapeutic and casework assistance. We offer a range of activities including: therapy groups, gardening, individual therapy and casework, cooking and social gatherings, and therapeutic retreats.

Room to Heal is staffed by a team of committed individuals, who work hard but also recognise that a friendly, nurturing environment is crucial for all of our well-being. By joining Room to Heal you will also become a part of a small, close-knit, multi-cultural and inspiring community and be able to see first-hand the positive changes that your work enables in the lives of survivors.

Due to Covid-19, we are largely working remotely: our therapy groups and casework support is currently held online and we’re running weekly face-to-face community activities outside.

We’re looking for a highly motivated and experienced person who will strengthen our relationships with, and develop fundraising income from, our individual supporters. They will also successfully manage and integrate communications with individual supporters across all of our digital platforms. 

For more information on the day-to-day responsibilities of this role, please see the job description here.

We are an equal opportunities employer and committed to equality, diversity and inclusion.

Please apply by sending a CV and covering letter, detailing your interest in the role, your relevant experience and evidence of how you meet all aspects of the person specification and job description to jane.matthews@roomtoheal.org

Applications to be reviewed on a rolling basis.

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