Fundraising skills make things happen. Make sure your resume does the same for you by spotlighting them in the best possible way, and snagging a recruiter’s interest.
Need help with that? This guide is for you. This is how you should work your skills into your resume.
How to use Fundraising skills on your resume:
Event managed four successful fundraising events raising £30K
Maintained stable $1M a year fundraising during reorganization.
Supported growth of fundraising and grant revenue by 19%, from $4.8m in FY17 to over $5.7m in FY19.
Acquired over 1,000 merchants including eBay, Amazon and ASOS
Partnered with Royal Mail, UPS, TNT, DHL, DPD and over 30 carriers
Headed a team of 5 traders covering all IG sectors Bonds & Derivs
Promoted from Director of Alliances & Partnerships (Nov. 2015)
These Fundraising skills are always in high demand:
- Customer Relationship Management
- Customer Segmentation
- Database Management
- Email Marketing
- Microsoft Office
- Lead Generation
- Cold Calling
- Business Storytelling
PRO TIPIf you do volunteer work raising funds for charitable causes, that’s gonna be a major plus. Only about 32% of people do it, but many recruiters like seeing it. So if it applies to you, you can use that to your advantage.
How to demonstrate Fundraising skills on your resume
- Raised $100M worth of funds for five successful events
- Onboarded 60 new merchants over the course of 6 years
- Led and trained a team of 20+ Sales and Marketing professionals
What jobs require Fundraising skills:
- Project Manager
- System Engineer
- Group Product Manager
- Consultant - Esg
- Engineering Intern
- Content Manager & Copywiter
- Account Executive
Read our article on how to add language skills on resume for additional tips and tricks.
Fundraising skills courses and certificates:
Here are the top related skills to Fundraising:
Fundraising popularity over time:
Courtesy of Google Trends
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About this report:
Data reflects analysis made on over 1M resume profiles and examples over the last 2 years from Enhancv.com.
While those skills are most commonly met on resumes, you should only use them as inspiration and customize your resume for the given job.