BeLonG To Youth Services: Fundraising Committee Member
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About BeLonG To Youth Services
BeLonG To Youth Services is the largest youth and community based organisation for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI+) people in Ireland. It was established as a national charity in 2003.
The charity’s vision is a world where LGBTI+ young people are equal, safe, and valued in the diversity of their identities and experiences. Its mission is to support LGBTI+ young people as equals to achieve our vision through youth work, changing attitudes, and research.
We suggest that before you complete your application form that you visit our website www.belongto.org where you can view many aspects of our work including our annual impact reports.
The charity’s values as those of Inclusion, Integrity, and Respect in an environment of Honesty and Openness. Our purpose is to create a Welcoming, Supportive, Safe and Fun space for LGBTI+ young people. We are committed to Collaboration and Youth Participation. We believe in Solidarity and Intersectional Equality, and our work focuses on Human Rights and Social Justice. We are dedicated to Continuous Improvement in everything we do.
BeLonG To’s activity is groups into five themed internal areas of work (Youth Work Matters, Building Safe Spaces, Empowering Allies, Campaigning for Change, and Organisational Development & Learning).
The Role of the Fundraising Committee
The Fundraising committee plays a key role in the effective governance of the charity ensuring there is a realistic and ambitious strategy in place to secure the financial resources necessary to achieve our mission.
The Fundraising committee reviews matters such as the annual fundraising plan on behalf of the Boad of Trustees and makes assurances to them regarding the underlying assumptions and risks within the plan.
Please see Recruitment Pack Fundraising Committee Members attached below.
How to Apply
Please send your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com. This should state why you are interested in joining the committee and what skills and experience you could bring to the Charity.
The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Thursday 16th, of September, 2021.
Who can apply?
To be a member of the committee you must:
- not be disqualified from being either a Director of a Company or the Trustee of a Charity (i.e. a bankrupt or have a court order saying you cannot be a Director of a Company or Trustee of a Charity). Further information is available at www.cro.ie and www.charitiesregulator.ie
- be 18 or over.
- be willing to undergo Garda Vetting, (having a criminal record does not automatically disqualify a person in terms of rehabilitation of offenders).