About us

We are the fundraising team for the three recently launched charities supporting Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust and community sites:

How do we work alongside the Trust?

We form part of a unique fundraising partnership made up of three partners: Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, Guy's & St Thomas' Foundation (the charities for the hospital Trust) and King's College London. This model is the first of its kind in the UK and brings together excellence in clinical care with world leading research to catalyse and maximise our impact for our beneficiaries.

Our fundraising team sits within King's College London's Fundraising and Supporter Development department in a partnership that has raised over £100 million in the last five years, enabling us to ask critical questions that have helped answer some of the most pressing local, national and global problems.

The pandemic has produced a groundswell of support for the NHS, highlighting the importance of the work of NHS charities and providing us with exciting new opportunities to advance research and improve patient care.

See further information in our partnership section.

How do we support the hospitals and community sites?

The income we raise for our charities helps the Trust to provide the extras that the NHS can't - supporting a world-class infrastructure and environment for patients and staff at our hospitals and community sites, as well as funding world leading research, innovation and groundbreaking care.

What is our vision?

The partnership has a shared ambition to push the boundaries of healthcare, supporting national healthcare agendas and working with the Trust and King's College London to go over and above for all patients and staff. 2022/23 will see us enter our last year of our current four-year strategy, over which time we have increased our income contribution to the Trust by a further 50 per cent. Over the next year we will be working with the Trust and King's College London to create a strategy and identify priorities that will deliver local, national and global impact. We will be developing a five-year fundraising plan that supports significant income growth to turn our impact ambitions into reality.

In Fundraising & Supporter Development we are committed to building a truly diverse workforce that reflects the communities served by our partners, recognising the range of benefits that we derive when colleagues bring experiences and perspectives from a range of backgrounds. As part of this work we have developed a race equality plan that instils this within our recruitment and we welcome and encourage applications from a diverse range of backgrounds.

The Roles

Head of Philanthropy
Location: Central London. Flexible hybrid working, based on minimum of 40% onsite/month.
Salary: £56,848 - £61,083 (incl. LWA)
Closing Date: Wednesday 6th July 2022

Events Fundraising Co-ordinator
Location: London (Strand office) – Hybrid working: 1/2 days in the office
Salary: £28,000 - £29,000 plus benefits
Closing Date: Rolling

Community Fundraising – Hospital Engagement Lead
Location: Central London, Hybrid/Flexible working options available
Salary: £33,114 - £35,844 plus benefits
Closing Date: Rolling

Legacy Marketing Officer
Location: Strand Campus at King's College London
Salary: £33,114 to £35,844 plus benefits
Closing Date: Rolling

Senior Major Gifts Manager
Location: Flexible hybrid working, based on minimum of 40% onsite/month. Fundraising office is based at Strand Campus KCL with hot desking available across the partnership
Salary: £46,934 - £51,117 (incl. LWA)
Closing Date: Rolling

Major Gifts Manager
Location: Flexible hybrid working, based on minimum of 40% onsite/month. Fundraising office is based at Strand Campus KCL with hot desking available across the partnership
Salary: £38,826 - £42,238 (incl. LWA)
Closing Date: Rolling

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