The Greenwich Music Trust is a registered charity with the sole purpose
of raising money in order to provide a continued programme of individual
instrumental learning for musically talented young people across the Royal
Borough of Greenwich.
In particular, the Trust focuses on providing scholarships for disadvantaged
children and young people who show musical talent, but whose families cannot
afford one to one instrumental tuition.
The Trust is run by a board of trustees who volunteer their time. The board
works closely with the Royal Greenwich Music Hub. The Hub is responsible for
delivering and supporting instrumental and vocal tuition and classroom music
across all Royal Greenwich schools. The Hub also organises out of school
musical activities and the borough music ensembles.
Job Title: Fundraising Officer | Greenwich Music Trust
Working Hours: Part-time; freelance; 1 day per week; flexible hours; term-
Salary: £180 per day (up to 39 weeks per year)
Place of work: Working from home and at meetings as required (once a month
Reporting to: Greenwich Music Trust and Head of the Royal Greenwich Music
Greenwich Music Trust (GMT)
The Greenwich Music Trust is a registered charity, formed to extend and enrich
the musical opportunities for talented young musicians with a disadvantage. It
was established in order to generate income and support the activities of the Royal
Greenwich Music Hub.
The Royal Greenwich Music Hub
The Royal Greenwich Music Hub is a vibrant and creative organisation which
believes that every young person should have the opportunity to learn about
music. The Hub has close working relationships with all schools, delivering
instrumental programmes across Greenwich and organising regular local and
regional concert opportunities for young musicians, including at the Blackheath
Halls and the Royal Festival Hall.
The Greenwich Music Trust is seeking a fundraiser with the prime objective to
generate income, raise the profile and support the ongoing plans of both the
Charity and the Royal Greenwich Music Hub.
This is an exciting opportunity to develop a new key role within the organisation
and play a part in helping to shape the future of the Greenwich Music Trust. This
would be ideal for a creative individual who is passionate about developing
fundraising from the ground upwards, within an educational setting and with a
strong moral purpose.
• To support the Head of the Royal Greenwich Music Hub to create a
fundraising strategy for the Greenwich Music Trust
• To seek out new opportunities both on and offline to raise the profile of the
Music Trust and promote its work
• Develop fundraising/sponsorship packages to present to potential
donors/sponsors to maintain and increase income
• Monitoring and evaluating fundraising activity
• Create and manage database of donors/supporters
• To be the key contact for donors/supporters
• Oversee the production of any required marketing materials
• Representing the Music Trust at relevant meetings, concerts and events
• Experience of developing and implementing fundraising strategies
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Strong attention to detail
• Organised and pro-active
• Interest in music education
• Proven track record in fundraising within a charity/community
organisation or evidence of transferable experience
• Database management experience
• Track record of developing strong relationships with funders or key
If you have relevant experience, a passion for the arts and a belief in the power
of music to transform lives, this Fundraiser role will be of interest to you.
For further information, and to apply, please email Lindsay Evernden, Head of
Royal Greenwich Music Hub at email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you.
How you can help to transform young peoples lives through the power of music!
- Cash Donations. Pay for one to one instrumental lessons for disadvantaged, musically talented children and young people.
- A monthly subscription guarantees the lessons for that young person will continue, so they can progress and flourish.
- An unused instrument. Is that violin being played or gathering dust? An unused instrument could be bringing the joy of music to a young person.
- The Lonely Piano Project: We can put that dusty old piano to good use. We will collect, recondition and deliver it to a young person so they can practise at home. Read more about Jane Hammond, who benefitted from this scheme, here.
- Time? Could you donate your time? Could you offer lessons to one of our young people? Could you help us during one of our fundraising events?
- Are you an organisation with a venue that could be used for one of our performances?
- Have you fund raising experience? Could you offer your expertise?
- Could you or your company sponsor a performance? Help us to celebrate the talent of our young musicians.