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Social Media, Campaigns & Fundraising


London, UK
July September 2014 (three months)
Flexible, approximately 5-10 hours per week, with occasional
additional hours for events required
Ben Radley, Board of Trustees

The mission of World Voices Positive (WVP) Kenya is to give children and youth in Kenya
affected by poverty and disease a fair start to life through education, health enhancing
activities, and a strengthening of community responses to their needs. WVP Kenya currently
operates seven core and inter-linked programmes: providing primary, secondary, vocational
and tertiary scholarships; engaging children and youth in sports and health activities;
building community capacity through the provision of social and financial resources to
support orphaned and vulnerable children; facilitating the building of basic infrastructure;
engaging local people in advocacy for healthy and sustainable living; supporting young
caregiving children; and providing direct assistance to families and children who are most in
WVP Kenya is now looking for a Campaigns & Fundraising Intern to lead a three-month
fundraising campaign to promote WVPs work to a wider audience through the website and
social media, increase WVPs private donations and diversify its funding base. The
successful candidate will be home-based, with support provided by monthly meetings with
WVP Trustees in London and remotely, via email or phone. The successful candidate will
be given considerable scope to design and lead the campaign as s/he sees fit, within
reason and with the Trustees prior approval on key actions. The position therefore
represents an excellent opportunity for those looking for a career in campaigning, marketing
or fundraising.
Travel expenses incurred for work will be reimbursable, if agreed in advance.


Develop a social media/public engagement strategy for WVP Kenya;

Manage website, Twitter account, Facebook page and MailChimp email list to
promote WVP Kenyas work to a wider audience;
Set up and advise the Trustees on the use of other Social Media platforms that can
be used to engage with the public;
Support the Trustees in the campaign and promotion of their annual Walk for Life
event, to be held in September 2014 in Southern England;
Actively seek and secure through social media and other networks new monthly
donors to support the continuation of WVPs activities in Kenya;
Liaise with Trustees and WVP Kenya field staff to gather promotional material as
Communicate regularly with Trustees either in person or via phone/email to update
on progress made;
Organise one fundraising event in London, with support from WVP Trustees

Qualifications and Experience

Strong commitment to advancing child rights and protection;

Excellent knowledge of and experience using a broad range of social media
Able to work independently and under own supervision;
Experience with dynamic and innovative uses of social media campaigning and
fundraising an advantage;
Experience managing websites an advantage;
Prior experience in the NGO sector desirable, but not required.

To apply for this internship, please send a CV and covering letter (1 page max) to The deadline for application is Sunday, June 15th 2014. The
anticipated start date for the position is July 1st 2014.