Family Fundraising Coach
Can be completed remotely
About the Role
In this role you will be responsible for helping families with their fundraising efforts in support of the Meagan Bebenek Foundation mission.
- Providing information to the MBF Family Community regarding fundraising needs, results, all opportunities and strategies.
- Providing input into the creation of communication materials developed by MBF teams.
- Arranging for materials to be shared that support fundraising efforts including brochures, posters, banners, Partnership packages, Impact reports, School Program, etc.
- Coaching and supporting families in their fundraising efforts.
- Participating in the quarterly Family Council sessions sharing updates on fundraising needs, results, opportunities and strategies.
- Acting as liaison for the MBF Partnership, School, Event and Walk Teams to enable engagement and participation of families in MBF fundraising opportunities.
- Organizing Family Engagement Team participation at Partnership, School, Walk and Event Team meetings as required.
Reports to Family Engagement Lead
Have strong written and verbal communication skills
Love to interact with people to build relationship
Have lived experience with a paediatric brain tumour patient
Have a supportive coaching style with a focus on building confidence, fundraising and problem solving skills
Have sales and/or fundraising experience
Love to work collaboratively to achieve a common goal
Be comfortable using technology including email, social media platforms and Microsoft Office applications
Interested candidates should send their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Company
Since 2001 Meagan Bebenek Foundation (previously Meagan’s HUG) has raised over $6 million for ground-breaking research and is having global impact on the care of and outcomes for young brain tumour patients and families around the world. Meagan Bebenek Foundation is a registered Canadian charity focused on creating a world where no children suffer from brain tumours.
Volunteers are critical to the success of MBF. When you volunteer with MBF you join an enthusiastic team dedicated to making a meaningful difference to the lives of children and families affected by paediatric brain tumours. You have an opportunity to give back to the community, share and develop your talents, learn new skills and meet new people in a supportive, inclusive and welcoming environment.