Fundraising Group Secretary
Guide Dogs NI
About the Volunteer Opportunity
As a key member of the local fundraising branch you will be responsible for the administration of branch activities and keeping everyone up to date.
What does the role involve?
- Ensuring clear written communication between your branch and the fundraising team and with supporters
- Making applications to do events and collections
- Writing to thank supporters for their donations
- Letting branch members know of branch meetings in advance, including drawing up agendas with the Organiser or Chair
- Taking minutes at meetings and sending a copy to branch members and your Community Fundraiser
- Maintaining levels of stationery and publicity materials
- Maintaining branch records, including a secure list of names and addresses of branch members
- Ordering tokens of appreciation, through the Mobility Team, for individuals and groups who complete one of our fundraising targets
Working as part of a team with other volunteers and staff, and to make new people welcome.
About the Organisation
When someone loses their sight, Guide Dogs Northern Ireland is there to make sure they don’t lose their freedom as well.
We want to change the way that sight loss affects people’s lives. To do this, we help everyone with sight loss – and their families – through life-changing mobility services to adults, children and young people with sight loss throughout NI.
We also work to break down barriers by campaigning alongside people living with sight loss to ensure that they can get out and about on their own terms.
So if you’d like to know more about our services, or how you can help make a difference by volunteering, fundraising, donating or campaigning, we’d love to hear from you.
By getting involved, you can be a life-changer.
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Register your interest
Volunteers may be required to complete an Access NI disclosure for some volunteering roles. A criminal record will not necessarily be a bar to obtaining a volunteer position.