Sense Fundraising Group - Administrator

Sense Fundraising Group Administrator  

Do you enjoy administration? Are you looking for a way to use your skills to make a difference and benefit others? 

If so, volunteering as the Administrator for your local Sense Fundraising Group is the role for you! 

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Volunteering is a great opportunity for you to gain experience in an administration and fundraising role, and develop your skills in organisation, communication and teamwork; all whilst keeping your admin skills current!

From circulating agendas and taking meeting notes, to booking venues and supporting with the organisation of the group’s activities, this is a fun and varied role.

“Our Fundraising Groups are really important to Sense, being our local ambassadors for the charity and allowing us to tell the story of the people we support to even more people. Our Administrators are key to the smooth running of any group, making sure that nothing slips through the cracks and keeping other members on track to create incredible activities.” Jenny, Head of Events & Community

Your time is precious, so we will talk about the time commitment you are able to make. Your safety is important to us and we’ll work together to make your activities covid-secure; supporting your group in developing virtual activities and socially distanced ways to engage with your community. You will be provided with full training for your role. We are here to support you to make your fundraising group a success!

Sense is committed to providing equality of opportunity for everyone we work with. Everyone's contribution is valued, and we welcome applications from people from all sections of the community who share our values and belief in our mission. 

This link takes you to the volunteer role description to find out more about the role (it is well worth a read before submitting your application).

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Orange banner containing the text Mia's story

Little girl lying on the floor in darkness looking at a light up wand

Mia has a rare condition that causes developmental delay – so her vision is very poor and it’s unlikely she’ll ever be able to walk or speak. Mia also has a visual processing condition that means although her eyes can see, her brain is unable to process the information. She can distinguish between light and dark, but she can’t see detail, so going into darkness can be distressing for her as she struggles to understand what’s happening.

One of Mia’s favourite places is the sensory room at one of the Sense Family Centres. It’s where we discovered her love of lights – she comes alive surrounded by all the twinkling, glowing lights. The first time Mia reached out for a sensory toy was a wonderful ‘wow’ moment. It was a huge step forward in her development and the start of her being able to communicate her likes and dislikes.

We really hope that you decide to join us as a volunteer to support us to raise funds and awareness to continue to make a difference to children like Mia - we are excited to hear from you!

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