Who we are looking for: We are looking for a Skilled Volunteer with experience identifying funding options and developing fundraising strategies.
Project Brief: The London ACEs Hub (LAH) are preparing to host a large conference at Queen Mary University, which is intended to spark interest in a radical new direction for children’s health and well-being based on the science and principles of Adverse Childhood Experiences, trauma and resilience. In preparation, they are looking to broaden their fundraising streams and would like a Skilled Volunteer to help them identify funders suitable for a range of bids to help with financing the event. In particular, they are looking for sponsorship for international speakers and to increase accessibility for low-income attendees. They also hope to get general advice on their long-term fundraising strategy during this project.
Who you’ll be supporting: The London ACEs Hub is a network of multidisciplinary professionals, survivor activists and community advocates committed to spreading the fundamental lessons of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) research and practice in Greater London on individual and collective levels.
Please note: This project has an estimated time commitment of 2 hours per week for 4 months, totalling around 32 hours. All Link UP London Skilled Volunteering Projects are designed to work flexibly around the schedule of the Skilled Volunteer. This time commitment can be agreed and spread over a time frame that works for both the Skilled Volunteer and the SGO they are supporting.
Please Note: All Link UP London Skilled Volunteering Projects are designed to work around the schedule of the Skilled Volunteer. The time commitment above will be agreed and spread over a time frame that works for both the Skilled Volunteer and the SGO they are supporting.
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