MissionFish UK aims to help charities get the most out of online commerce, through our long-standing and unique partnership with eBay and PayPal. We want to make it possible for any charity to benefit from any gift from any donor, and are a registered charity (No 1110538).
We offer an experience hard to find anywhere else: the opportunity to interact with one of the Internet’s largest businesses, work with cutting-edge technologies in a friendly and energetic small-team environment, and do a lot of good in the process.
Our major initiative is eBay for Charity, a unique programme that helps charities of all sizes to raise funds through trading on the eBay marketplace. It also gives 17 million unique eBay.co.uk visitors each month a secure and efficient way of donating a percentage of their sales to a charity of their choice, or adding a donation at checkout.
As eBay’s partner for the eBay for Charity programme, MissionFish UK vets charities, processes donations, collects Gift Aid and advises charities on how to make the most of the eBay marketplace. eBay for Charity has helped raise over £40m for nearly 7,000 UK charities since its launch in early 2006. We are also working with eBay Germany to support the launch of their German charity programme.
We work closely with eBay Inc, both in the US and UK, and relevant subsidiary companies, particularly PayPal. The technical and financial infrastructure behind eBay for Charity is shared and jointly operated by MissionFish UK, eBay Inc, and our sister organization in the US, the PayPal Charitable Giving Fund (PPCGF). We are currently reviewing the MissionFish UK brand and may align it more closely with PayPal in the near future.
You can find a full job description and details on how to apply through the link below:
Closing date: 12 December 2012.