All fundraisers engaged by Working for Wildlife Ltd are informed and equipped to represent their chosen charity informatively and sympathetically. We brief all fundraisers on campaigns, and keep them to date with relevant topics and news items. It’s not uncommon for them to build up such an affinity with their charity that they either go on to volunteer or continue their association in other ways outside of their fundraising. Most only ever represent one charity – we do not swap and change from one client to another – and because of this, fundraisers become hugely knowledgeable and build up a keen interest in the work and ethics of the charity.
All charity representatives are equipped with their own display kit, logo clothing and information about the charities, which they take to each of their venues. We are focused on signing up donors based on an open, friendly, and informative approach. Due to the nature of the work (mainly alone at pre-booked sites rather than being part of a team group on the high street) fundraisers engaged by Working for Wildlife tend to be slightly more mature than in most other face-to-face fundraising companies, with the general age ranging from late twenties up to, and beyond, retirement age. It is, however, an opportunity that anyone can thrive in.
If this sounds like something that you might be interested in, the Enquiries Page of this website will tell you more about how you can become a Charity Fundraiser via Working for Wildlife.