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Time to Change is recruiting a Project Manager

The Time to Change project supports organisations to build up their knowledge, skills and confidence to develop suitable and attractive opportunities for young people. We have supported over 75 organisations across Surrey during the project's first year and there has been a 27% increase in the number of young people (aged 19-25) volunteering within those groups.

This is a one year fixed-term contract, with the possibility of an extension. As Project Manager, you will aim to increase the number of 19- to 25-year-olds actively volunteering in Surrey. The project works with a core base of 20 voluntary organisations Surrey-wide focusing on how to engage youth in volunteering. The role will be based in any of our three offices (Camberley, Chertsey, or Staines).

Project Manager - Youth (19-25) Volunteering Job Description

Closing date has been extended to 15th July 2022.

To apply for this role, please send a CV and covering letter to solette@voluntarysupport.org.uk

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VSNS is recruiting a Social Media specialist

We are looking for an enthusiastic Social Media specialist with a solid understanding of how social media channels work who is able to communicate with our key audiences about our services. Voluntary Support North Surrey has a small team of staff dedicated to supporting charities and community organisations across North Surrey from our offices in Camberley, Chertsey and Spelthorne. This role will be based at our Chertsey office but applicants will need access to a car as you may be required to travel. A detailed job description is here and the closing date for applications is 31st March.  Please email your CV with a covering letter to jo@voluntarysupport.org.uk.

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Trustee Fundraising Responsibilities

The main duty of trustees is to advance the purposes of the charity and to always act in the charity’s best interest.

Trustees take ultimate responsibility for the fundraising activities of their charity, even when they have delegated these roles. They are responsible for ensuring the charity is compliant with the law, ensuring agreements with third party fundraisers are in place and that the relevant licenses/permissions are in place. The way charitable institutions and third-party fundraisers ask for support affects people’s trust and confidence in fundraising.

The Code of Practice from the Fundraising Regulator sets out the behaviour expected from all fundraisers. It includes treating people fairly and with respect, explaining your cause in a way which does not mislead people, and being sensitive to people who may be in vulnerable circumstances.

https://www.fundraisingregulator.org.uk/code

As the regulator of charities in England and Wales, the Charity Commission expects charities that fundraise to do so in a way which protects their charity’s reputation and encourages public trust and confidence in their charity. Trustees face challenges in getting fundraising right and the guidance from the Charity Commission is essential reading to support them in their responsibilities.

https://www.gov.uk/charities-and-fundraising

 

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