Volunteer Donorfy CRM Developer and Trainer
What will you be doing?
- We need a volunteer to support our use of Donorfy to manage our membership, grant funding applications, income generated from fundraising and donations and interactions with supporters, volunteers and beneficiaries.
- Donorfy is implemented. We need it to work for our small staff team.
- 2 part time members of staff (support officer and fundraiser) will work with the volunteer
- Depending on the skills and interests of our volunteer, there is lots of scope for further development of the role
What are we looking for?
Experience and expertise in implementation of a CRM (preferably Donorfy) within a not for profit organisation.
What difference will you make?
Your expertise can help us develop this small charity with huge ambitions to move on to the next level and really have an impact on the nystagmus community.
If you have relevant skills and experience, we would love to hear from you.
You can apply for our voluntary opportunity below.
All volunteer appointments are subject to a DBS check.
Are you looking for a new opportunity to put your energy, time, skills and talent to good use? Do you have the passion to support the nystagmus community in all its diversity or lived experience of nystagmus or another form of visual impairment?
If so, please consider becoming a trustee of the Nystagmus Network, a small charity with ambition to grow to meet the changing needs of the nystagmus community.
We are keen to hear from you if you have any of the following:
- digital skills and organisational IT experience
- professional experience in mental health support
- first-hand knowledge of education and SEND
- fundraising skills and experience
- qualifications in benefits support
- experience in clinical practice
- a working knowledge of research
- experience in corporate or employment law
Trustees are responsible for the strategic direction of the charity and oversee its operations. They also have legal responsibilities under charity law but no personal liability.
The full committee meets on a Saturday four times a year, alternately in person in central London and virtually via Zoom. In addition, trustees are expected to join at least one sub-committee (research, awareness, support and finance). These meet via Zoom either in the evening or daytime every 4-6 weeks. Occasionally, it is necessary for trustees to join a temporary working party to oversee an event, a project or staff recruitment.
The only other time commitments are attendance at the annual Open Day and support for Nystagmus Awareness Day.
Please contact us at [email protected] with a summary of the skills and experience you would like to offer. We will be in touch. If you would like to find out more before making a commitment, please contact us at the same email address to request an informal chat with Tim, our chair.
We welcome interest from people with and without nystagmus.
All appointments are subject to a DBS check.