Fundraising Group Leader – Surrey – Ladies Luncheon Club

Group of volunteer fundraisers enjoying tea and cake at a bake sale fundraising event

Image credit - Cancer Research UK

Surrey
Sat 18th January 2020
Community-based roles
Time commitment:
Ongoing
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Summary

We have successfully established luncheon club fundraising groups in other counties: members join and meet on a monthly basis for lunch, entertainment and to participate in fundraising activities supporting Cancer Research UK.

We are seeking a volunteer group leader, to help set up a similar group in Surrey.

Time Commitment

This is this is a new volunteering opportunity and you’ll be free to put in as much time as you’d like to set up a new group, We understand that it will take time and you may need to spend a couple of hours a week working together until the group is established. This may be something you’ll want to discuss with your Local Fundraising Manager.

Why we need you

Be a part of a new fundraising group in Surrey; raising awareness and life-saving funds to help beat cancer sooner.

Every step we make towards beating cancer relies on every pound, every hour and every person.

Thanks to the generosity of our volunteers and supporters, Cancer Research UK funds over 4,000 scientists, doctors and nurses across the UK. If you’re looking to get involved with something different and make a difference then our new fundraising group could be for you

What will I be doing?

  • Establishing a new group supporting Cancer Research UK in your area
  • Planning and coordinating group fundraising activities
  • Recruiting members from your local community
  • Representing Cancer Research UK in the local community

What skills do I need?

If you have have been part of an organisation like the WI,  Inner Wheel, your  local PTA, or a similar group you’ll already have some idea of the skills and experience we’re needing. You’ll certailnly need to be enthusiastic, motivated and well organised with great communication skills and having  local knowledge and connections in your community.

You’ll also need to have a passion for the work of Cancer Research UK.

You will need to collaborate alongside the rest of the fundraising group to generate new ideas, build and maintain effective relationships and support the delivery of fundraising events.

What support will we give you?

We’ll give you everything you need to establish a fundraising group starting with an induction programme and  regular support from your local fundraising manager.  We’ll provide any advice you need relating to any fundraising activities you’re planning.  We’ll keep you informed about the research you are helping to fund and you’ll have the opportunity to visit our labs and meet our scientists to see how your fundraising is saving lives.

We’ll re-imburse agreed out of pocket expenses.

What benefits can I expect?

  • The satisfaction of knowing you are making a valuable contribution to Cancer Research UK
  • The chance to develop new and existing skills
  • A opportunity to meet new people
  • Travel and other expenses, as agreed
  • A unique insight into the world fundraising and the charity sector

Where will I be based?

As community-based fundraisers, all our regional staff are home based and we don’t  have an office in Surrey, so you’ll be working from your home and in the local community too.

Why we need you

Every step we make towards beating cancer relies on every pound, every hour and every person. We need you to help us by volunteering. Play a part in this inspiring story and volunteer. Help us to create more tomorrows.

Volunteering policy

We are committed to giving you the best experience possible and believe that the volunteer relationship is one of honour, trust and mutual understanding.

Download our full volunteering policy