The Group Lead role heads the group and is responsible for group membership and planning and delivering all activities.
What activities will I be involved in?
- Recruiting and supporting new members of the fundraising group
- Leading the fundraising group and organising regular meetings
- Planning, organising and promoting fundraising events and collections with other group members
- Ensuing the group’s activities comply with all relevant legislation
- Collecting funds and maintaining collecting cans in your local area
- Distributing promotional leaflets for CHAS
- Keeping the records of the group’s accounts and banking money raised
- Acting as an ambassador for CHAS by building community networks and representing CHAS at community events
- Liaising with the local CHAS Fundraiser and Voluntary Services Manager
What skills and abilities will I need to have?
- Willingness to lead and be part of a team
- Strong organisational skills
- Local knowledge and links to your community
- Numeracy skills and attention to detail
- An ability to represent CHAS enthusiastically and appropriately
- An ability to relate to people of all ages
- Good communication skills
How much time should I offer?
Flexible time commitment
Where is the role based?
Anywhere in Scotland – in your local community.
What ongoing learning/support/guidance will I receive?
It’s important to us that you feel happy, safe and confident in your role. As a CHAS volunteer you will be invited to complete a short core learning package that is tailored to your role – your learning will include basic Health and Safety and Representing CHAS. You can choose to learn as part of a group or complete the learning online. The learning won’t take up much time and will equip you with the skills you need to undertake your role safely and confidently. We are always developing new opportunities for volunteers to learn and offer a range of options for volunteers.
Your local Fundraiser will be your point of contact and will meet with you on a regular basis to provide you with support and guidance. They will also provide you with an induction before you start the role.
What are the benefits to me?
- Learning new skills
- Getting more involved and making a real difference to the families of children with a life-shortening condition.
- Adding to your CV
- Keeping active and involved
- Meeting like-minded and inspiring people in your community
- Having fun!
What are the benefits to the children and families supported by CHAS?
- By raising money for CHAS you are helping to fund our vital services that support children and families at difficult times in their lives.
- A visible presence in the community, raising funds at events, you are the local face of CHAS and help to raise awareness of our vital services in the community.
What else should I know?
We will pay your out of pocket expenses in line with the CHAS volunteer expenses policy.
What's the next step?
If you’re interested in the role you can apply online.