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Community Fundraising Officer

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A place for people of all abilities and disabilities

Part time (32 hours per week) Community Fundraising Officer 
Salary: £25,000 (pro rata)

Thomley is a recreational and informal educational facility for disabled children, young people and adults, their families, carers, friends, schools and groups. 
Its main purpose is to:

• Build self-esteem, happiness and quality of life of disabled children, siblings and friends by offering fun, healthy and purposeful activities enabling them to play, learn and socialise together
• Empower disabled teenagers and adults to achieve personal aspirations by building their confidence to develop skills towards independent living, to participate in appropriate social and recreational activities and to develop vocational prospects.
• Offer a place where the whole family can spend quality time together, enabling parents and carers of disabled children to meet, widen support networks, access information and lower stress levels.
• Make the lives of disabled people easier by raising awareness of disability within the community, promoting understanding of the issues they face along with practical measures for inclusion.

This new post will take ownership of our fundraising in the local community. 
The main purpose of the role is:

• Maintain and substantially grow the community fundraising support for Thomley
• Recruit and manage volunteers and supporters that arise out of the community fundraising activities
• Facilitate the running of community focused fundraising events held at Thomley or offsite
• Lead on the administrative duties required for the fundraising team

 

Closing date for applications: 26th January 2018

For any further information about the role please contact Paul Lawrence, Head of Fundraising on: paullawrence@thomley.org.uk or 01844 338380

To apply for the role, please send your CV with a covering letter of no more than 2 pages to: paullawrence@thomley.org.uk

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To apply for this job email your details to paullawrence@thomley.org.uk

Upcoming Events

Jan
22
Mon
10:30 am Forget Me Knot Cafe – 2018 Dates @ Chinnor Village Centre
Forget Me Knot Cafe – 2018 Dates @ Chinnor Village Centre
Jan 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Forget Me Knot Cafe - 2018 Dates @ Chinnor Village Centre
Chinnor Village Centre Registered Charity No 1007949   Forget Me Knot Café Chinnor Village Centre www.facebook.com/forgetmeknotcafe   Our Monday morning Café is to provide information, peer support and fun activities which are aimed to help with co-ordination, brain stimulation, and general health and wellbeing,  for people suffering with dementia, mental health issues, old age or isolation.   All welcome – come along with your carer, we would love to meet you.   We meet twice monthly 10.30 – 12.30pm at Chinnor Village Centre. You will be welcomed with a cup of tea and biscuit. We start with fun seated exercises, followed by our visiting expert. At the end of the session, we play parachute games, juggling, throwing balls, flat football, floor netball, finishing the session…

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Jan
26
Fri
7:00 pm Winter Quiz Night – an evening o... @ Barley Hill School
Winter Quiz Night – an evening o... @ Barley Hill School
Jan 26 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Winter Quiz Night – an evening of fun after the Holidays Season @ Barley Hill School
Sue Boyle will be the leading the Winter Quiz Night in support of the Thame Youth Memorial and Thame-Sinaia Friendship Association. The event will take place at the Barley Hill School Hall, Ludsden Grove, in Thame on Friday 26 January – 7 for 7:30 pm. People of Thame and neighbouring villages are asked to form teams of 6. The teams will have to bring their own drinks and nibbles.   The entry fee is £5 per person. There will be many raffle prizes.   To book a table, ring 01844 215 178 or 07764 85 49 49. Follow us on www.facebook.com/thamesinaia or www.facebook.com/ThameYouthMemorial   Marius Ciortan, Thame-Sinaia Association’s Secretary said: “We are delighted to be able to join our efforts with those of Thame Youth…

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Jan
31
Wed
5:30 pm Future Fest @ Lord Williams's, Lower School Sports Hall
Future Fest @ Lord Williams's, Lower School Sports Hall
Jan 31 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Future Fest @ Lord Williams's, Lower School Sports Hall
Open for students and parents Year 9 up to Year 13.   Apprenticeship talks at 6pm and 7pm in the Phoenix studio.   Talk to a wide range of employers, colleges and training providers.
Feb
2
Fri
7:30 pm Red Kite Family Centre Race Night @ Thame Barns Centre
Red Kite Family Centre Race Night @ Thame Barns Centre
Feb 2 @ 7:30 pm
Red Kite Family Centre Race Night @ Thame Barns Centre
Tickets are £10.00 including a fish and chips supper. You can purchase tickets via the centre by calling 01844261163.
Feb
5
Mon
10:30 am Forget Me Knot Cafe – 2018 Dates @ Chinnor Village Centre
Forget Me Knot Cafe – 2018 Dates @ Chinnor Village Centre
Feb 5 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Forget Me Knot Cafe - 2018 Dates @ Chinnor Village Centre
Chinnor Village Centre Registered Charity No 1007949   Forget Me Knot Café Chinnor Village Centre www.facebook.com/forgetmeknotcafe   Our Monday morning Café is to provide information, peer support and fun activities which are aimed to help with co-ordination, brain stimulation, and general health and wellbeing,  for people suffering with dementia, mental health issues, old age or isolation.   All welcome – come along with your carer, we would love to meet you.   We meet twice monthly 10.30 – 12.30pm at Chinnor Village Centre. You will be welcomed with a cup of tea and biscuit. We start with fun seated exercises, followed by our visiting expert. At the end of the session, we play parachute games, juggling, throwing balls, flat football, floor netball, finishing the session…

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