Fundraiser: Face to Face (Field Based)

Posted By: WWF - India


Junior Management

Resource Mobilization & Investor Relations

Social Venture Funds

Job Description

WWF India is looking for driven face-to-face fundraising officers for their Mumbai and Delhi office. The fundraiser's responsibilities include generating funds for WWF India from individual donors through face-to-face communication and raising awareness about WWF India's campaign.

Below mentioned are the key responsibilities of a WWF India fundraising officer:

  1. Engaging prospective donors through face-to-face conversations about WWF India's vision and gradually moving them towards committed financial support
  2. Meeting set fund-generating targets by signing donors
  3. To manage and build excellent relationships with donors to ensure all opportunities are maximized
  4. Meet and exceed challenging income targets from new donor’s prospects/databases.
  5. Represent WWF India in different corporates, malls, and residential premises

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Key Skills:

  1. Excellent communication skills: verbal and written skills are a necessity to represent WWF India and effectively communicate with potential donors and maintain a long-term relationship with them.
  2. Sound negotiation abilities: fundraiser need to possess strong persuasion skills to meet set financial targets
  3. Strong organizational abilities: fundraisers have to actively work to meet a minimum of 100 prospects a day and work with strict deadlines.
  4. A flexible approach and willingness to work on different areas of fundraising.
  5. 0-1 years of experience in the domain.

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:WWF - India
  • About Organization:Established as a Charitable Trust on 27 November 1969, WWF India set out with the aim of reducing the degradation of Earth’s natural environment and building a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. In 1987, the organization changed it's name from the World Wildlife Fund to World Wide Fund for Nature India. With five decades of extensive work in the sector, WWF India today is one of the leading conservation organizations in the country.