Praxis Community Projects – Fundraising Manager

Praxis Community Projects – Fundraising Manager

Want to work for a community organisation that played a major role in exposing the Windrush scandal?

Title: Fundraising Manager
Salary: £31,000 – £34,000 per annum
Location: London, Bethnal Green (flexible re some home working)
Reports to: Chief Executive

Praxis Community Projects is an incredible organisation rooted in East London, providing pan-London services and contributing to national and European debate, policy and practice. They have over 30 years’ experience of working with migrant communities.

A pivotal role, they’re looking for an ambitious Fundraising Manager to work with their Chief Executive, Head of Services and Finance Manager to develop a fundraising strategy and action plan.

Praxis wants to see a world where people are not defined by their immigration status; a world where people who have migrated are treated with dignity and respect, are able to live in safety and take control of their own destinies.

Their core purpose:

Their core purpose is to provide practical, legal and emotional support for migrants in crisis or at-risk, ensuring that their essential human needs are met and that they are able to overcome the barriers they face. They build community, challenge exclusion and discrimination, influence policy, improve services and inspire solidarity with migrants.

Be challenged

This is a pivotal role in the development of Praxis Community Projects, as Fundraising Manager you will play a key role in the development and implementation of Praxis’ fundraising activities to secure funding for project work and the charity’s core costs with a particular focus on grants, trusts and individual donors.

Coming from a background in Trust fundraising, you will have a proven ability and passion for relationship management and producing successful and well written proposals.

This is an exciting time for Praxis as they develop they public profile, having played a major role in exposing the Windrush scandal, for which they were shortlisted for two awards.

They have also been chosen as one of the beneficiaries of the Guardian and Observer charity appeal 2018.

To discuss the role, and to receive a job description please call or email:

Annie Regan-Tighe on 07739 364034 /

Closing date: 9am – Friday 25th January 2018.

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