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SOS Children’s Villages is a world-leading charity in the care of unsupported children, with projects in 129 countries. SOS Children’s Villages UK is based in Cambridge and focuses on improving the lives of children and their families through campaigning for change, as well as raising funds for our programmes worldwide.

We are regularly on the lookout for passionate and talented individuals who want to make a difference, so do keep an eye on our ‘Work with us’ page for opportunities to join our UK team.

We do not offer volunteer opportunities in our projects overseas.

Current Vacancies

 

Corporate Partnerships Officer

Reporting to the Head of Corporate Partnerships and working in the corporate partnerships team, you will help grow SOS Children’s Villages UK’s income from companies through a range of mechanisms including employee fundraising, Charity of the Year, cause-related marketing and strategic partnerships. Read full job description

 

Grant Fundraising Manager

Reporting to the Head of Programme Funding, you will secure charitable income from grant making organisations and support applications to statutory and lottery funding, prioritising restricted funds and projects with the greatest need, while ensuring unrestricted funding opportunities are maximised. With a passion and creativity for developing high quality grant applications you will be responsible for research to ensure a regular and reliable pipeline of new prospects, developing grant proposals and reports, whilst also leveraging existing relationships. Read full job description

 

Senior Supporter Care Officer (individuals and groups)

Reporting to the Supporter Care Manager, you will ensure excellent supporter care is provided to all SOS UK’s Individual Giving supporter types, including sponsors, committed givers, cash supporters, community fundraisers, groups, challenge eventers, and general enquirers. Read full job description 

 

Senior Individual Giving Officer

Reporting to the Director of Individual Giving, the purpose of the role is to acquire cash and
committed individual donors to grow the SOS UK supporter base. This is a critical role to ensure the success of our fundraising activity. You will co-ordinate our face-to-face, media buying, creative, and telephone agencies. You will be primarily focused on recruiting
new donors and retaining them until they fall into a regular stewardship cycle managed by the
Supporter Care team.  Read full job description 

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