As a group, we recognise the special responsibilities, opportunities and challenges facing fundraisers in Christian organisations and seeks to address these issues both positively and honestly. We represent over 2,000 organisations through membership and attendance at our meetings and training events.
Meetings are held twice a year, primarily in London, although we are addressing the potential for regional meetings. Membership is open to all fundraisers working in Christian organisations, charities and places of worship, whether on a paid or voluntary basis. We have no denominational affiliations.
We encourage our members to join the Chartered Institute of Fundraising. A small charge is made to attend each FICO meeting to cover the costs of room hire, refreshments and administration; this is reduced for Chartered Institute members.
We are member led and we seek input for our programme content and act on feedback from members. Please do take the opportunity to have your say and let us know what would help you in your role as a Fundraiser in a Christian Organisation.
We are looking for new volunteers to join our committee. If you'd like to support our activities across the sector, and gain some valuable experience in the process, please visit the group volunteering page, or get in touch with any questions.
We are currently recruiting for the following roles:
We offer a network of support and advice to its members through meetings, our newsletter and on Facebook and Twitter. You can also join the FICO LinkedIn group
If you'd like more information, contact us here.
To sign up to receive our newsletter, head over to your account and select Fundraisers in Christian Organisations from the groups section.
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