ChildHope is a London-based non-government organisation that works with the hardest to reach children – street children, disabled children, girls subject to early marriage and children who are trafficked – so that they can build self-reliance and confidence. We work through partners in Africa and Asia.
ChildHope’s Board is seeking to appoint new trustees with particular expertise and knowledge in:
If you are interested, please send your CV and a statement of no more than two sides A4 on ‘Why I wish to be a trustee of ChildHope' to: firstname.lastname@example.org
2-3 days per week
ChildHope is looking for an enthusiastic volunteer with an interest in international development and a desire to gain experience in Fundraising and Communications to support the work of our fundraising team.
We are looking for someone to join our small, friendly team to write proposals and letters to trusts, research new opportunities and assist in drafting reports to donors to demonstrate the impact of ChildHope projects. This role will enable you to have the opportunity to develop your communication and research skills and also add great value to the work we do. If you’re interested in learning about trust fundraising or about how the charity sector works, then this role is perfect for you.
Candidates will be expected to comply with ChildHope’s Child Safeguarding Policy.
To reduce administration costs, only those applicants shortlisted for interview will be contacted. Please note that it is not our policy to assist with travel expenses to attend interviews.
*This is an unpaid position but ChildHope will cover reasonable travel and lunch expenses.
We are looking for cheery volunteers to stewards at our annual 10k race in London's Regent Park on the 13th August. If you are available and would like more information please contact email@example.com.
New positions come up within our Fundraising, Administration and Programmes Teams, so please do check this page regularly.
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