Up Fundraising
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About the company

  • Founded
    2015
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Industry
    Business Consulting
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Rating overview

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Reviews

Ambassador in Toronto, ON
on 6 August 2021
Met some amazing people
Met some amazing people at this job, there is no doubt that there are a handful of good people working here. But what was very ironic about the organization is that they are looking for a compassionate, caring and strong communicator however their manager/boss possessed none of these qualities. Lots of gossiping going on that got back to me, and some disrespect through text. It really was a shame on the organization. However this doesn't remove the fact that there are amazing workers at this team, that actually encourage and give me advice on how to be better.
Team Leader in Richmond, BC
on 14 December 2020
No management support or training
Don't get conned to work here for the sake of helping third world countries or doing charity work. The company only cares about their bottom line. They also provide zero training before starting and expect everyone to do well.
Fundraiser in Vancouver, BC
on 20 November 2020
Its a chill job but u get underpaid
If you have no choice for work this is the job for u. I worked for 4 days a week and bi weekly i get paid $490-520. The work is very chill since u dont do much and ask people to sign up onto something they don’t really know about. We work in the field and get 0 medical and its COVID-19 so they don’t really care about you.
Fundraiser in Calgary, AB
on 29 September 2020
Great job for students and transition periods
This was a great job after graduating undergrad. I worked for about 8 months as a Fundraiser while applying for grad school and it was a great opportunity to improve soft skills like sales/communication. Some days are really challenging with lots of rejection but when you get donations it feels really rewarding and the bonuses are decent. This isn’t the job for anyone afraid of rejection or approaching others, but if you like talking with people all day it can be a fun learning experience.
Independent Contractor in City of Toronto, ON
on 13 May 2020
Disorganized
POOR MANAGEMENT and a very competitive environment yet there is not enough coaching. Instead of training new hires properly they fire them, I watched many people get laid off when they really needed more training Some workers are too serious while others do nothing.

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Interview insights

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

Simple contractor questions similar to "can you assemble IKEA furniture" .....

Shared on 20 June 2021

The hardest part of the job will be the recurring rejection that you receive, how will you handle that?

Shared on 6 June 2017

They just want to know your abilities to convice and engage people while you talk.

Shared on 2 June 2017

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