Fundraising Trustee

  • VO88084
  • Board/trustee role


Description

Pillar Kincardine is a local Mental Health charity whose mission is to improve the lives of adults living in Kincardine and Mearns seeking help to cope with emotional, social or mental health challenges. We’re looking for a proactive individual with fundraising/grant application skills to sit on the Board of Trustees and ensure the organisation has appropriate fundraising/grant controls and strategies in place to sustain its future development. Duties of the Fundraising Trustee include: • Development and implementation of the organisation’s funding strategy • Income generation and event planning - supporting the organisation to identify fundraising opportunities. • Identify potential funding streams and assist in applications for additional funding through grants, bursaries, and charitable donations. • Contributing to strategic development of the organisation • Raising the profile of Pillar Kincardine as valuable community resource Ideal volunteer will be passionate about ensuring Pillar’s continued capacity to provide locally accessible services for people living with long term mental health conditions.
Pillar Kincardine offers a needs led service furnishing individuals with the range of skills and opportunities they need to self-manage their mental health and establish meaningful community connections through a variety of professionally designed and facilitated community groups and projects.
Interest in the challenges facing people living with long term mental health conditions.

Meetings held in Stonehaven approximately 6 weekly for a couple of hours Support
Good support/training provided to all volunteers. All help greatly appreciated. For more information or to request an application form please contact: Gillian Grochla (Service Manager) on 01569 767 222 or email gillian.grochla@pillarkincardine.org.

Organisation aims and objectives

Pillar supports people isolated and disadvantaged in their community by Mental illness and emotional or social difficulties. Working in partnership with service users, their support networks and volunteers, we aim to build motivation & capacity to change through a programme of weekly activities that share learning, and empower participants to better self-manage their conditions.

Frequency and commitment details

3 hours per month

Restrictions

Travel details: Travel details: Meetings held in Stonehaven approximately 6 weekly for a couple of hours
Minimum age: 16

Last updated 4 months ago

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