Kinross-shire Youth Enterprise SCIO
Kinross-shire Youth Enterprise SCIO

Charity registered in Scotland SC045043

Our mission is to ensure every young person in Kinross-shire is given the opportunities they need to reach their potential. We take a personalised approach to youth work and every young person coming through our door is valued as an individual.

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Fundraising Lead

  • Part time
  • £40,350 pro-rata
  • Kinross (Hybrid)
  • Closing 5th April 2023

Kinross-shire Youth Enterprise (KYTHE) is a vibrant Christian youthwork non-profit organisation. They provide a range of services to young people across Kinross-shire, aimed at ensuring they are given the opportunities they need to reach their true potential. KYTHE are passionate about partnerships and see a real value in the local community working together for the betterment of people across Kinross-shire. With this in mind, KYTHE work in the Kinrosshire communities alongside local schools, churches and government bodies in order to deliver their life-enhancing services to young people in the area. These services include maths study sessions, mental health support, youth band, arts workshops, and a holiday football camp to name just a few.

Young people in the community come to KYTHE from all different backgrounds, religions, races, genders, abilities, and sexual orientations. They come to KYTHE to realise their potential, to find out what inspires them, and to learn new skills. The organisation also provides these incredible young people with a supportive network of new friends, whilst also having their mental health, wellbeing and self-esteem nurtured in a positive way. They are empowered to have a purpose and a sense of belonging. KYTHE is passionate about young people succeeding in living a fulfilled life, and helping them to adapt, thrive and grow.

An exciting opportunity has now arisen for a Fundraising Lead to join the fun-loving team at KYTHE. This is your opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of young people in your area, sourcing the funds which will continue to enable KYTHE to provide their services in your community. The new Fundraising Lead will be responsible for the development of all Fundraising elements across KYTHE. They will identify, investigate, create and manage a portfolio of high-impact potential and actual donors and charitable trusts. Funding will be sought from individual donors, churches, major gifts, foundations and philanthropic businesses.

KYTHE’s next Fundraising Lead should be an experienced Fundraiser, ideally from a Trusts & Grants background, but they are also open to experience in other areas of Fundraising. If you are a strategic thinker and operator, with an understanding of, and an empathy with, the values and the identity of KYTHE then this is the ideal opportunity for you. This role will involve the engagement and oversight of fundraising volunteers, so a natural leader would be ideal for the position. The successful candidate should also be outgoing, engaging and able to communicate clearly. The successful candidate will possess a full, clean driving license and have access to a car. Whilst KYTHE is a Christian organisation, the successful applicant does not need to practice Christianity themselves, but they should be open and accepting of the views of the organisation and comfortable working in their environment.