We’re excited to announce that we have been selected as one of the charity partners for The Nicest Job in Britain to benefit from a visit from a Philanthropy Manager.
The Nicest Job in Britain initiative sees one person spending a year as a Philanthropy Manager visiting 40 different charities for 1 week doing all sorts of jobs such as fundraising, helping in shops, decorating and meeting the people (or animals!) that the charity supports.
They’ll also spend time blogging about their work, showcasing their week at the charity through social media posts, newsletters and taking lots of photos.
We’re really looking forward to meeting the lucky applicant and will keep you updated when we know they’ll be visiting!
About Nicest Jobs
The Nicest Job in Britain aims to showcase the work that charities do up and down the country.
They’ve created the job role of Philanthropy Manager to visit 40 different charities. Spending one week with the charity, they’ll participate in a variety of activities from spending time decorating to helping with fundraising and marketing.
Most importantly, they’ll help charities tell their story through a variety of platforms including social media.
They’re now on the search for the lucky applicant for the role that spreads the ethos of ‘paying it forward’.
About The Brain Charity
The Brain Charity supports people with neurological conditions to live longer, healthier more active lives.
We’ve been helping anyone affected by any neurological condition such as stroke, MS, epilepsy, dementia and brain injury for over 20 years. Being diagnosed can be a frightening and bewildering experience; many people face unemployment, poverty and social isolation as a result. We offer a range of services, from confidence courses, employment support and counselling to a national information and advice line and support for carers. We offer support to not just those diagnosed, but also to their family, friends and carers.
We are a local charity based in Liverpool with a big ambition to fight loneliness, guide people through the hard times and help them reach their potential.