Jonathan Levy is a proud, passionate, and resilient professional fundraiser who has spent the last decade raising vital funds for charities large and small, through a variety of methods. Having started his career as an apprentice with a conflict resolution charity based in Jonathan's hometown, Warrington, today he regularly promotes fundraising as an excellent career choice, open to anyone keen to play their part in driving social change and making society better. Jonathan doesn’t just contribute to the charity sector in a paid capacity; he volunteers too. Jonathan is a board member of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising Convention, and as a trustee of the Dyspraxia Foundation, he is one of less than 3% of trustees in England and Wales aged 30 and under. As someone with dyspraxia, a lifelong neurological disability affecting fine and gross motor skills, Jonathan does all he can to raise awareness of this condition and is an award-winning disability campaigner. In addition to this, Jonathan serves as a Samaritans listening volunteer and holds a North West leadership role with Shannon Trust, a charity which trains prisoners who can read to teach those who cannot. Outside of his various paid and voluntary roles, Jonathan is an avid football fan and Everton Football Club season ticket holder.