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Job title: Fundraising Manager

Closing Date: 4th of September 2023

Contract: Permanent

Salary:  £32,000 per annum FTE (Pro-rated to £19,200 per annum for 21 hours per week).  

Working hours: 21 hours per week (Part-time) 

Location: Work from home, must be UK based. 

Benefits: 32 days paid annual leave, including public holidays per annum (FTE), flexible working and TreeSisters operates a discretionary wellness scheme which currently offers six wellness days (FTE) pro-rata per annum.  

Attachments: JD Fundraising Manager.pdf 

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As Fundraising Manager, you will work on the whole Fundraising mix with a specific focus on individual giving. Supporting the Head of Income Generation with implementing the Fundraising Strategy for TreeSisters to ensure we have the finances to achieve our organisational objectives. 

You will play an integral role in planning and implementing fundraising campaigns alongside the Head of Income Generation, ensuring we have a stable funding pipeline. Your primary focus will be individual giving, including donor development, community-based fundraisers and events such as festivals. In addition, you will help with developing a legacy strategy and writing foundation and trust applications. You will ensure that all activities are ethical, compliant and adhere to the relevant codes of practice. 


You are an experienced and creative fundraiser who wants to develop your skills across the fundraising mix whilst relishing the challenge of growing individual income from new and existing audiences. You will be self-motivated and thrive in a globally distributed, virtual team environment. You will be a people person with strong collaboration, communication, organisation and interpersonal skills. You love the natural world and feel a strong connection with TreeSisters Mission and Vision to restore our global forests whilst supporting gender equity.

Fundraising streams & Donor Management

Responsible for developing individual giving fundraising and planning and delivering community-based fundraisers and events. Developing digital fundraising campaigns with the Marketing team and Head of Income Generation. 

Fundraising Development

Planning and developing Legacy fundraising and supporting with trust and foundation applications. Assessing fundraising opportunities whilst being aware of Fundraising legislation and protocols.  Maintaining great relationships with Donors and assisting with the Salesforce CRM database. 

Working with other Departments & Stakeholders

Motivating all other team members to promote fundraising whilst working closely with all other teams to support and create powerful fundraising messages. 

In the forest


For more information, please see the job description.  To apply for this position, please complete our employment application form. Please note that the application closing date is Monday, 4th September at 9am (BST).  


At TreeSisters, we live by our values and keep them in mind in all our work across the organisation to support our people. TreeSisters offer a good employment package which includes home working, flexibility and a leadership team who values their employees. 

Female and child walking Image by Azzedine Rouichi


To work in collaboration to build positive relationships.

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To be honest and trustworthy in everything we do.


TreeSisters is a UK-registered social change and reforestation charity that places tropical forest restoration into everyone's hands.

TreeSisters vision is to ethically expand the green cover of our world. Our mission is to work with trees and their communities for the planet to survive and thrive. Our activities focus on Restoration and Education whilst building gender equality into everything we do. We work to empower women globally by championing them in the environmental sector and pushing for change by working with planting partners with a workforce that includes and values women. We want the world to reconnect with nature so that we can protect and restore our planet. 


TreeSisters is committed to a long-term, ongoing, organisation-wide journey of dismantling systemic racism and making our team and network as inclusive as possible. At TreeSisters, we want to encourage everyone to become restorers of the planet. We accept and welcome all, whatever their culture, nationality, religious persuasion, physical and mental ability, sexual orientation, gender, race or age. We aim to be an inclusive organisation allowing people to be themselves.


Sedahan Jaya residents who are active in reforestation activities


Image by Helena Lopes


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