Fun work, fundraising

Paid work on match days helping raise funds for great causes


Who we work with

Why work
with us?

Be part of match days

Be part of an electric atomsphere at some of the UK's leading sports clubs

Help raise funds

All our match day draws raise funds for causes close to the community. Have a direct impact doing good

Competative Pay

All our fundraising positions are competively paid with both basic and commissions available

What you'll be doing

We are Funder Inc. and we run match day raffles with sports teams across the UK to raise funds for causes close to that clubs's community.

We are looking for friendly, confident raffle ticket sellers available on match days who are excited to work in the world of sport and charity. As well as selling raffle tickets, you'll be representing our partner charities and will be expected to educate fans of their work in the community

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Our team member journey

From first application to first shift, here's what to expect

Application and interview

Fill in our recruitment form here in order to apply. We'll then contact you shortly after for an introductory phone call to better explain the position and better get to know you

Join our team

If successful, we'll send you an invite to our team management tool to enable you to request shifts for future fixtures. Accreditation and paperwork may also be required.

First shift

All first shifts are paid trial shifts to ensure you're a good fit for the position. All training is given on the day with our match day managers are on hand to assist

“I really enjoy working for Funder as it’s really rewarding helping raise money for charities that support great causes! The day is always great fun interacting with the fans and, even better, very well paid!”

Elizabeth H,
Chelsea Team Member

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Know more people like you?

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Earn £20 for each team member referred

We're always looking to grow our team and are happy to reward those who help us do it! Our referral bonus is:

  • Paid after both the referred and referror have worked three shifts each
  • Ensure the referee mentions the referrer in their application
  • Subject to those referred passing our application process and initial trial shift