Consultancy Opportunity: Amnesty International Kenya is Looking for a Fundraising & Giving Advisor: Apply!

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Amnesty International Kenya seeks to engage the services of an exceptional fundraising specialist(s) with international experience to deepen our funding diversification pathway and provide an opportunity for Kenyans at home and abroad to contribute to our new mission and Strategic Plan 2024-2028.

Application Deadline: 22 December, 2023

Over the last three years, AI Kenya has demonstrated a clear human rights impact that matters to Kenyans. We have high levels of street, national and international visibility, and brand recognition. We also have a very dramatically expanded member and our supporter base and delivered high quality programmes in partnership with large bi-lateral, multi-lateral programmes, and Foundations.

We also believe Kenya and the Kenyan diaspora are ripe for a concerted and resourced focus on social justice and human rights related individual giving. We are now seeking a gifted individual with international experience to support our Fundraising and Giving Manager to design innovative and effective strategies for mobilizing resources for our human rights work from institutional and individual givers.

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By the end of this consultancy, you will have coached our Fundraising and Giving Manager and other Amnesty International Kenya staff to map constituencies with a current or potential interest and affinity with our new mission and Strategic Plan, design a comprehensive three-year funding strategy, organizational change management plan and new systems we require to move to the next level.

Expected Outcomes

  • An ambitious three-year funding plan with indicative fundraising targets and pathways towards a more sustainable portfolio that locks in individual giving, legacy and high value funding relationships.
  • Clear organizational change plan that leverages our Kenyan board, supporters, staff and allies.
  • New and responsive accountability and reporting systems that deliver high quality human rights impact.
  • Closer funding partnerships between our International Secretariat and National sections across the world.

Timelines and Location

The assignment is envisaged to take place over roughly 50 days between February 1 by 31 June 2024. The consultant may work from their home location but should be willing to travel internationally.

Profile of the Consultant

  • Human rights, social justice or development related fundraising, organizational development specialist.
  • Excellent practical understanding of human rights related fundraising, international development funding, individual giving and funding partnerships management.
  • Demonstrated experience of designing fundraising strategies that have consistently delivered upwards of USD 1 million from institutional funders and individual givers.
  • Excellent sense of enquiry, interpersonal and coaching skills and adaptability.
  • Ability to analyze data and anecdotes and write concise, readable, and analytical funding reports.

How to Apply

Please submit your application by midnight 22nd December 2023 (not more than 8 pages). This should include your interpretation of the terms of reference as a

1) Table of Contents,

2) Methodology and Workplan

3) Resumes and contacts of key reviewers and referees

4) Proposed Fees.

More information about our work is in the public domain as well as on our website and social media platforms.

Amnesty Kenya is an equal opportunities employer. Amnesty members, women and people with disabilities and other minorities are especially encouraged to apply.


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