Fundraising Volunteer - Administrator @ Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind
Excellent supporter care is central to TOG Mind's success and this role is key to ensuring that we maintain our high standards. The Fundraising Volunteer administrator will assist the Fundraising Team in all aspects of the administration of supporter care activities. The range of duties is wide ranging; entering and updating supporter details on to the database, typing up thank you letters and certificates, putting together fundraising and event packs, counting cash, maintaining records for activities and events along with other general office administrative tasks like filing and franking.
When can volunteers volunteer? Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly
Tasks the volunteer will be required to do:
- To input supporter information, communications and event registration into the database, updating and maintaining supporter records
- To adapt thank you letter and other communications, put together and event packs
- Counting cash from donations tins and collections and update records
- To effectively and accurately carry out a range of other administrative tasks
Skill and Qualifications Required:
- Excellent attention to detail, takes responsibility for tasks and is a good team player
- Experience working with Microsoft Office applications and databases
- Able to adhere to all policies, in particular confidentiality, data protection and health and safety
Organisation Profile: Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind is an innovative and dynamic organisation that provides helpful services promoting the well-being and improvement of the mental health of our clients. We have been around for over 30 years and our mission in life is to simply offer a service that’s best-in-class. We do this by providing a regularly refreshed and diverse range of activities and services that promote psychological and physical well-being, stimulating recovery and leading to people returning to a positive and active life in society and generally feeling much better. 1 in 4 of us will need help and support with our mental health at some point in our lives, so if you feel like you might be one of them, or know someone who’s struggling, you’ve come to the right place.
216-218 Katherine Street