Volunteer with IAPWA
Would you like to join IAPWA's team of volunteers to help animals in need around the world? Browse our general volunteer roles as well as our exciting new Community Fundraising Programme opportunities below.
In order to continue to grow and have more of an impact worldwide for the animals who need us, we have created a new Community Fundraising Programme and are now looking for enthusiastic animal lovers to join our team and help us build strong fundraising communities throughout the UK. Our aim is to create a supportive, fun community of people from all walks of life joined together for the same cause; animal welfare.
We simply wouldn’t be able to help all of the dogs and cats who rely on our lifeline without our dedicated team of volunteers. If you don’t feel there is a good fit for you below, we’d still love to hear from you – please email our Fundraising Coordinator Rachel at email@example.com for an informal chat.
Location: IAPWA UK (Home-based in the following counties: Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Bristol, Dorset, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, West Sussex, East Sussex, Surrey, Kent, London, Essex, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Gloucestershire, Worcester, Suffolk, Hereford)
Role Type: Volunteer
Hours: Flexible | 3 hours per week
Reports to: Fundraising Coordinator
As a County Manager for IAPWA, you will recruit, manage and support a dedicated team of fundraising volunteers within your county. This is a great opportunity for someone who enjoys meeting new people and is looking to give back to the community. Someone who can not only create a varied team but offer them support and guidance throughout their journey. The ideal candidate will have some knowledge in either recruitment or management/leadership roles and a passion for animal welfare.
This role will include:
Recruitment: Working with IAPWA’s Fundraising Coordinator to recruit Community Leaders with the aim to grow a team across a range of demographics in your county.
Support: Fully supporting these individuals throughout their fundraising and recruitment journey with IAPWA (working to monthly fundraising targets). Participating in your teams Facebook and Whatsapp groups weekly and organising monthly Zoom calls.
Reporting: Monthly completion of a short report form which will include how much your teams have raised and the number of new recruits within your county.
With you at the helm our goal is to create a dedicated and passionate community coming together to help us change the lives of the animals who need us.
How to Apply
Please click here to download and read the full County Manager role description and details of how to apply for this position. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact IAPWA’s Fundraising Coordinator, Rachel Cooper, at: firstname.lastname@example.org