Fundraising - Community - Fundraising Box Collector

Role Title: Community Fundraising Box Collector

Location: Based in Tadworth, Surrey – travelling in an around the Surrey, Kent, and                        South London area

Duration: Ongoing

Commitment: Ideally around 6 hours a week but a few hours of your time would make a                    difference

About The Children’s Trust         

The Children’s Trust is the UK's leading charity for children with brain injury. Come and join our team of volunteers who support us in the vital work that we do, to give children with brain injury the best life possible.

Role Purpose: 

We are looking for a reliable, trustworthy and friendly volunteer who would like to join our charity box collection team in Fundraising. The role of the Community Fundraising Box Collector is to assist Fundraising Box Collector driver, the with the collection of charity boxes in shops, businesses and organisations in the Surrey, Kent and South London area.

What will the role involve?        

  • Driving or being driven to and from local businesses within the local community to collect and replace fundraising collection boxes.
  • Communicating with various retailers and local businesses on the round thanking them for their support.
  • Building new relationships and creating opportunities to place boxes in new locations. 
  • Walking between retailers, bringing fundraising collection boxes back to the car.
  • Keeping a record of the location of the boxes and marking up on the round sheet any new customers


What skills and experience will you need?

  • Experience of working on your own initiative and as part of a team
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Adaptability and flexibility
  • A 'can do' attitude.


What can this role offer you?

  • References for any future job
  • Volunteer Certificate and recognition of thanks
  • Local travel and lunch expenses will be paid in line with our policy.
  • Develop skills in communication, teamwork, and leadership to further your future career ambitions.
  • Ongoing support


Please note: To become a volunteer in this role you will need to:

  • Hold a valid, full UK driving licence (If you would like the opportunity to drive on occasions)
  • Undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
  • Successfully participate in a Driving Assessment (If you would like the opportunity to drive on occasions)
  • Complete online mandatory training 

 How to apply: Please click the 'fill in an application form' link at the top right of the page  and make sure you click 'sign up' to the scheduled activity.