Trust and Institutional Funding Research Consultant

Closed: 10 June 2022
Fundraising Statutory Trusts

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  • Salary circa. £15,000
  • Location Remote
  • Job Type Contract, Part-time, Temporary, Full-time
  • Sectors Human Rights
  • Job Reference : CON-MGF-May22

The Project

The last few years have witnessed dramatic changes to the fundraising landscape. The overall purpose of this consultancy is to map the current trust, institutional and statutory funding landscape in the UK with a view to identifying opportunities and risks for funding Amnesty International UK’s work; to make recommendations on the best tools and strategies for identifying and cultivating future prospects; and to advise on the resources required for increasing future funding from trusts, institutions and governments.

The Role

The consultant(s) should be able to demonstrate the following:

  • A strong track record in trust, institutional and statutory fundraising
  • Proven experience of fundraising research and strategy development
  • An excellent understanding of the trust, institutional and statutory funding sector
  • An excellent understanding of the human rights sector


Proposals should include your proposed team, methodology and work schedule, as well as an example of a similar piece of work carried out by the team and a detailed budget together with the required supporting documentation (please refer to our website for further details on the brief).

Interested individuals or firms should submit their proposal together with the required supporting documents by 10 June 2022. 


We will consider applications from individuals or firms based anywhere in the world but do get in touch if you are considering pitching for the work from outside of the UK as there may be data protection and taxation considerations.

Please note, the successful tender will be required to enter a contractual arrangement for a supply of services. This will not constitute employment for tax purposes, and the agency, consultant or freelancer will not be entitled to our employee terms and conditions.