Fundraiser (UK)

Fundraiser (UK)

Fundraiser (UK)

Join our mission of restoring hope and transforming lives in South Africa.

The Thembalitsha Foundation (registered non-profit organisation in South Africa) is looking to appoint a Fundraiser (UK).


Based: United Kingdom
Reporting to: Thembalitsha UK and liaise with Marketing and Fundraising Manager (SA)
Hours: 10 hours a week (flexible)

Key responsibilities: 
  • Funding Proposal development
    • Research new local funding opportunities (Government grants, Corporates, Foundations, Trust, School) for all TF projects.
    • Complete Application forms with relevant supporting documents.
    • Keep record of all research, contact person and copies of submission.
    • Network with potential Funders
  • Represent TF on relevant forums when needed.
  • Initiating TF events (planning, implementation)
  • 5+ years fundraising & marketing management experience in the NGO sector.
  • Proven experience in developing fundraising & marketing strategies
  • Proven skills in meeting annual fundraising targets
Personal Skills/Attributes:
  • Excellent English communication skills (verbal & written)
  • Confidence in public speaking
  • Ability to work independently. 
  • Relevant degree is advantageous.


Please direct all applications (CV, qualifications and contactable references) to by 20 April 2023.  

If you have not received a response within two weeks of your application, please consider your application unsuccessful. Thembalitsha reserves the right to withdraw this advertisement at any time.

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The positions posted are what we currently have available.

Please read through the job description carefully and review the qualifications before applying.

We encourage qualified individuals from all backgrounds to apply.

When translated from Xhosa, our name “Thembalitsha” means “new hope”.

Our Aim

At Thembalitsha, we aim to restore and bring a new sense of hope to the destitute, forgotten and vulnerable people of the Western and Eastern Cape.