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Our charity provides a range of services including advocacy, welfare rights and debt advice and mindfulness training to vulnerable people in Salford, including those with physical & sensory impairments, learning difficulties, dementia, autism and mental health problems and the over 60s. Our advocacy and advice services currently cover Salford and GMMH specialist services.

We are committed to achieving equal opportunities in employment and the service we provide, and welcome applications from people with lived experience of mental health issues.

We are currently recruiting for an exciting opportunity to join our team - see below.

Job Title: Fundraising Manager
Contract Length: Permanent
Hours: 21 hours per week
Location: Salford
Salary: £28,000 (pro rata)


Are you a skilled fundraiser looking to make a significant social impact through your work? Do you want to help empower and support people who have experience of mental health issues by contributing to the sustainability of a leading mental health charity?


As the Fundraising Manager you will build and maintain relationships with trusts, community members and major donors whilst working alongside the Business Development Manager to develop and implement new and exciting fundraising opportunities and oversee and manage these projects. You will be a driving force at functions and events and be responsible for spearheading social media campaigns and the other communication activities including the charity’s website.


Your main duties and responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

  • Identify leads for fundraising opportunities and high value donations
  • Develop community fundraising strategies
  • Support individual supporter fundraising
  • Support all communications activities, including ensuring that the Mind in Salford web and social media channels are kept up to date.
  • Participate in appropriate networking activities and identify advantageous opportunities


An enhanced DBS check and comprehensive references will be required.


We are committed to equal opportunities, value diversity in our workforce and aim to recruit a workforce that reflects the communities we serve. We encourage applications from everyone irrespective of age, disability (including those with lived experience of mental or emotional distress), gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnership, and pregnancy and maternity.


Closing date for applications: 9th May 2021

No agencies please.

We are also currently recruiting for a number of Trustee vacancies across our Mind in Greater Manchester collaborative.


We are looking for highly motivated individuals to become trustees on all five of our Boards.

Trustees are our most senior leaders. They set our strategic direction, make sure we are using our resources effectively and ensure we are having the greatest possible impact on our community. Trustees are expected to undertake duties in a manner that reflects each organisations values and ethos; and which is open, non-oppressive, respectful, led by lived experience and committed to diversity.

We are looking for dedicated, empathetic and ambitious candidates to help make our mission a reality and lead us closer towards our ultimate ambition: a society where everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets both support and respect.

As a trustee you will, as part of an active board:

  • think strategically and creatively
  • lead the organisation towards fully achieving its ambition
  • scrutinise the impact we are having and provide challenge where appropriate
  • communicate clearly and sensitively in group discussions
  • use independent judgement to contribute to decisions on behalf of the organisation
  • be committed to our values

Diversity is critical for a board to be effective; enabling varied discussions, active debate and decision making, so that together we can have the greatest impact. We encourage applications from people with lived experience of mental health problems and from all ethnic, socio-economic, religious and professional and personal backgrounds. Whether you are an experienced trustee or taking your first steps into governance, if you have the commitment, values and skills, we want to hear from you.

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Contact Info

Mind in Salford
The Angel Centre
1 St. Philips Place
M3 6FA

0161 710 1070 | Registered Charity No. 1156625

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