Scotland has a thriving fundraising membership community and network of volunteers whose passion, dedication and expertise is fundamental to the work we do.
Our staff and volunteer committee members work to support, train and connect fundraisers across the country and to help shape the future of fundraising in Scotland.
The Chartered Institute of Fundraising Scotland plays a key part in supporting our professional membership:
We have five Special Interest Groups in Scotland covering key areas of fundraising:
These special interest groups play a vital part in our volunteer network, running networking events for fundraisers across Scotland, providing informal opportunities to meet other fundraisers, as well as mentoring and peer support.
For information on other fundraising sectors and specialisms in Scotland, such healthcare, culture and legacies, please contact us.
Looking to recruit? We offer a bespoke recruitment mailing service to our Scotland membership of over 3,000 professional fundraisers. Our e-recruitment bulletin offers a value for money service, reaching fundraising professionals in a range of charitable organisations across the country. This targeted approach means that your vacancy will be seen by the right people with the likelihood of a successful outcome. Our e-recruitment service is available to members and non-members and more details can be found on our Advertise a Vacancy page.
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You can also email us if you'd like more information about our services or find the address for our office below:
Chartered Institute of Fundraising Scotland
Stirling Enterprise Park
John Player Building
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