Association of Charitable Foundations

Location ACF, Central London

Position Part time

Salary To be agreed

Application deadline 17:00, 15 January 2018
The application deadline for this role has passed

At The Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF) we have an exciting short term opportunity for a capable facilitator, who is able to work collaboratively and with excellent communication skills. If this is you and you would like to convene a number of engaging networking and learning events, produce digests on policy developments in the field of migration/housing and homelessness, and to establish a new network on poverty, then please get in touch.

This is a short term, flexible piece of work to be completed between February and May 2018, for approximately 35 days in total.

An understanding of the fields of migration and refugees, housing and homelessness, and poverty - particularly in relation to the UK funding community - is a distinct advantage. 

The Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF) is the membership body for UK foundations and grant-making charities. Driven by a belief that foundations are a vital source for social good, our mission is to support them to be ambitious and effective in the way that they use their resources. We do this through the provision of policy and advocacy, research and information, and a wide-ranging programme of events and learning. ACF supports its members by providing opportunities for learning, discussion, the sharing of knowledge and best practice through a range of networks that provide trusts and foundations with forums on common areas of interest, and on the particular challenges affecting grant-makers.

To apply

If you are interested in this piece of work and would like to have an informal discussion, please contact or call her on 0207 255 4484. Please send your expression of interest (one - two pages maximum) together with your CV to by the 15 January 2018. For full details please see the attached.


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