The Name a Puppy Ambassadors build positive relationships, primarily with local companies, explain the Name a Puppy scheme and how it helps Guide Dogs. This may involve promoting the product to management and/or groups of employees.
Activities include: Attending appropriate training courses to learn more about the scheme and Guide Dogs, where appropriate.
Working with Regional Development Fundraising Manager to organise convenient dates to visit companies and organisations that are interested in Name a Puppy.
Organising, setting up and clearning away any promotional materials or information stands.
Providing fundraising advice and support to organisations and companies pledging to Name a Puppy in conjunction with the Community Fundraiser and local branch members.
Contacting the company representatives directly after the pledge and to thank them on behalf of Guide Dogs.
We will deliver a world class guide dog service as part of a range of mobility services, and work to break down barriers to ensure people who are blind and partially sighted can get out and about on their own terms.
Experience required: Willingness to talk to people about Guide Dogs. Good communication and organisational skills. Team working when working with a local fundraising group or others.
Travel details: Local area.
Minimum age: 16
Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: Payment of out of pocket expenses agreed in advance.
Training details: Regular and ongoing support from Guide Dogs. Basic induction to Guide Dogs and to the role.