Collection Box Coordinator Role
Coordinators place our Collection boxes locally as part of their day to day life. Every few months the funds are counted before paying them in to the bank for Hope for Tomorrow. Developing relationships with local shops and businesses representing Hope for Tomorrow and persuading them to host one of our boxes using up to date information provided from the Volunteer information pack.
Location: Local to you – discuss where you live with your Regional Fundraiser.
What does the role involve?
- Identifying and placing collection boxes in suitable locations
- Talking to the shop owner, receptionist etc at the location about how the boxes will help Hope for Tomorrow and what we do
- Emptying boxes every 4 – 6 months (as they get full) and banking the income with the paying in slips provided. Give a receipt and letter of thanks to the hosts
- Keeping a written record of the location of all boxes for your Regional Fundraiser, the dates they are emptied and the dates/amounts banked
- If boxes aren’t collecting much, you’ll decide to move them to a better location. Your Regional Fundraiser may also ask you to remove boxes
- Reporting any stolen boxes to Hope for Tomorrow Head Office Tetbury
- Spotting the potential for further fundraising amongst the box holders for Regional Fundraiser
What skills or experience are required?
- Willingness to talk to people about Hope for Tomorrow
- Good communication and organisational skills
- Team working when working with a local fundraising group or others
What will I get out of it?
- Support us to keep the wheels turning on our Mobile Cancer Care Units to allow patients to be treated closer to home
- An opportunity to build experience for your CV
What support or training will I get?
- Regular and ongoing support from Hope for Tomorrow
- Basic induction to Hope for Tomorrow and a named contact
Will I need to do a CRB check? No
This role is managed by: Regional Fundraiser
Minimum Age: 18