As the professional membership body for UK fundraising, we support and champion fundraisers, so that together we can best serve our causes and communities both now and in the future.
In this podcast we will be bringing together experts and leaders from the sector to discuss current topics affecting your fundraising and your organisation. Topics will include, leadership, EDI, the workforce and growing giving. Each episode we have some brilliant guests offering their advice and expertise on various areas.
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Where we are now in fundraising? What are the challenges career fundraisers are experiencing and what are the opportunities are there for the future? We're all chatting about what the big picture is like, and what to focus on to keep fundraisers in the sector and attract more.
Joining host Anne Hughes for this conversation are:
Katie Docherty, CEO of Chartered Institute of Fundraising
Jayne George, Director of Fundraising, Marketing & Media at RNLI
Rob Cope, Exec Dir of Membership & Charitable Giving at the Chartered Institute of Fundraising
Alan Clayton, CEO of Revolutionise.
In this episode of the Chartered Institute Podcast we are looking at 'Careers in Fundraising' with Mickella Lewis-Purvis, the Network Grants Fundraising Manager at MIND; Harpreet Kondel, a Fundraising Consultant; David Burgess, as well as being a Consultant is chair of the Cultural Sector Network; and Graham Sumeray, CEO of Charity Link.
Donna Young, Director of Income Generation of the Air Ambulance Service & Mark Hughes, Director of MCH Positive Impact, join Anne Hughes for this conversation about recognising & nurturing talent.
This conversation focusses in on areas such as the CIOF Rising Stars Programme and the importance of celebrating new talent as well as reflecting on what leadership in fundraising looks like and how it can best be supported.
Paul McKenzie, Director of Engagement at Teenage Cancer Trust joins Anne Hughes for a conversation about his 20+ year career in Fundraising. How did it all begin; what inspired and motivated him on his journey; what it's like being a Director?
Paul also shares his thoughts on recruitment; team building; EDI; wellbeing; and what changes he considers could be ahead for our fundraising community.
In our fifth conversation in this series of CIOF Podcasts focusing on 'A Lifetime of Impact, a Career in Fundraising' we were joined by, Samir Savant, a CEO fundraiser at St George's, Bristol; Elvira Morrison, Director of Fundraising & Communications at The Maudsley Charity; Daryl Upsall, President of Daryl Upsall International and Emma Low of Nova Fundraising.
In this conversation we're chatting about the importance of mentoring and how it could be used to support a more equitable, inclusive and diverse fundraising workforce. We also chat about what mentors and mentees get from the process.
Join us in our first ever podcast series, where our host Charlotte Weatherley, turns to inspirational women across the sector to discuss topics affecting women in leadership roles today.
In this episode, we hear from three female leaders in the sector and look at how women can navigate their career whilst on the journey to parenthood.
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Join us in our podcast series, where our host Charlotte Weatherley, will be addressing one of the big issues affecting charity organisation's today - recruitment and the great resignation.
In this episode, we hear from four sector leaders, looking at how the recruitment market has changed and the challenges faced by hiring managers today, and we will be discussing how organisations can maximise opportunities and recruit for success during this difficult time.
In this new podcast series, our host Rob Cope, will explore innovative ways that the charity sector is getting Britain giving. As the numbers of people giving continues to fall (Pro Bono Economics, 2022), we bring together charity leaders and those from outside the sector who are working together to encourage more people to give.
The second episode will cover the innovative ways that campaigns are using Giving Tuesday to help buck the giving trend.
Our host Rob Cope, will explore innovative ways that the charity sector is getting Britain giving. As the numbers of people giving continues to fall (Pro Bono Economics, 2022), we bring together charity leaders and those from outside the sector who are working together to encourage more people to give.
This episode will cover the latest innovative ways that campaigns are using employee-giving schemes to help buck the giving trend.
This third episode will cover the latest innovative ways that campaigns are adopting behavioural change models to increase their legacy fundraising.
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