Community Fundraising and Events

Business Advocate- East of England

Community Fundraising and Events

Business Advocate- East of England

Business Advocate- East of England

  • Location:
    Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Peterborough
  • Closing Date:
    1 April 2025
  • Skills needed:
    A great team player with a desire to help children
  • Commitment :
    Minimum 1 year in the role

The business community has been helping us to change childhoods across the UK for many years, and we're looking to build a new network of business advocates in the East of England to help us unlock new opportunities with future corporate partners.

What you'll do:

Our business advocates support the NSPCC fundraising objectives in the East of England by:

  • Exploring opportunities within your network to connect and/or individuals who are interested in making a tangible difference in the lives of children and young people within the NPSCC.
  • Acting as an ambassador for the NSPCC within your professional network, championing the work we do and raising awareness.
  • Providing insight and advice relevant to your sector.
  • Support the work of other board members.
  • Introduce other like-minded individuals to join the board.

The network will meet around 3 times a year to discuss future plans in the context of their companies, emerging trends and common challenges they are witnessing around them.

Who's right for the role?

Whilst this role is suitable for a range of people from all walks of life, we'd love to hear from you if you are:

  • Passionate about helping young people and children.
  • An experienced leader and professional in your sector, looking to apply your professional experience to help the NSPCC to continue to be there for children.
  • Passionate about and connected to the business community in the East of England and excited about the prospect of using business to have a positive impact on the lives of children and young people in their local communities.

Interested in getting involved?

Volunteer today and join our fight for every childhood.


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