Description

Fundraising groups are the face of CHAS in the community, raising money and the profile of the charity. Groups deliver fundraising events to raise vital funds to support children with a life-shortening condition across Scotland.

The Group Lead role heads the group and is responsible for group membership and planning and delivering all activities.

What activities will I be involved in?

  • Recruiting and supporting new members of the fundraising group
  • Leading the fundraising group and organising regular meetings
  • Planning, organising and promoting fundraising events and collections with other group members
  • Ensuring the group’s activities comply with all relevant legislation with support from Fundraising Manager
  • Keeping the records of the group’s accounts and banking money raised
  • Acting as an ambassador for CHAS
  • Liaising with the local CHAS Fundraiser and Volunteering Development Manager to ensure that group member details are kept up to date
  • Communicating with group members about the work of CHAS

How much time should I offer?
Flexible time commitment

Where is the role based?
Anywhere in Scotland – in your local community.

Organisation aims and objectives

CHAS is a Scottish charity that provides hospice services for children and young people with life-shortening conditions. We also run a homecare service called CHAS at Home helping families in their own homes across Scotland when they need it most. CHAS offers care in two children’s hospices,-Rachel House and Robin House. Rachel House was Scotland first children’s hospice. CHAS also provides a home care service called CHAS at Home, staffed from both hospices and with dedicated teams in Aberdeen and Inverness. The service offers care and support to families in their own homes when they need it most.

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Restrictions

Experience required: - Willingness to lead and be part of a team - Strong organisational skills - Local knowledge and links to your community - Numeracy skills and attention to detail - An ability to represent CHAS enthusiastically and appropriately - Good communication skills - Shared values with the organisation: respect, care, honesty, accountability
Minimum age: 18

Support

Expenses details: Mileage and/or public transport costs will be reimbursed to volunteers when they are incurred.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer

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