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Why diversity has never been more important (and more achievable)

CharityJob’s Stephanie Dotto looks at what the last nine month’s of the pandemic has taught us about flexible working, and how an inclusive workplace is essential during a time of crisis.

How to prune your ‘to do’ list

Moira Lambert sits on the RAISE Steering Committee. She talks through her top tips for working under pressure and how to ensure your to do list doesn’t overwhelm you.

RAISE mentoring scheme: Five tips for mentees to get the most out of the relationship

Sanpreet Janjua outlines what she got out of her experiences of being mentored on the RAISE mentoring programme and why she recommends other arts fundraisers get involved.

Giving Tuesday: How to GiveBack2020

With Giving Tuesday taking place on Tuesday 1 December, CAF’s Gráinne Mathews explains in this blog what this year’s day of giving will entail and what your charity can do to get involved.

Mitigating regular giving loss in the second wave

Rapidata’s Scott Gray looks at what their Regular Giving Update and Recommendations shows about how the pandemic is impacting regular giving, and actions that can be taken to mitigate further losses.

Strengthening charities’ resilience with legacies

Following their new report looking at the role of legacies in building resilience within charities, Rob Cope from Remember A Charity looks in this blog at why legacies are more needed now than ever.

Fundraising in the time of COVID-19

This resource aims to offer practical suggestions on how to keep the supporter experience at the forefront of your fundraising in the extraordinary times we all find ourselves in.

2020: The year the rubbish bin went out more than fundraisers

As England goes into another lockdown, Shelter's Andy Harris says that the fundraising world was shifting long before the pandemic hit and explains what they’ve been doing to keep spirits high.

Faith and inclusion: Celebrating diversity of faith within fundraising

Elizabeth Balgobin, Interim Head of EDI, explains why Inter Faith Week is relevant to you and your work, and the importance of diversity within fundraising.

What to do if you lose your job

As many are made redundant due to the ongoing impact of the pandemic, in this blog Stephanie Dotto from CharityJob gives some advice on next steps if this happens to you.

Telling your fundraising story through your annual report

The Fundraising Regulator’s Philip Satherley looks at how charities should report fundraising in their annual report, following recent analysis showing many charities aren’t meeting requirements.

Statement on national restrictions

Joint statement from Chartered Institute of Fundraising and Fundraising Regulator (withdrawn)

What our new identity means for fundraisers

As we reveal the new identity of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising, Alex Xavier talks us through in this blog what chartered status means and the new support that is coming.

Mental Health Awareness: Being a fundraiser with OCD

James Davis and Sarah Johnson write in this blog about their experiences with OCD, and how there are some traits that mean it can be beneficial to have a fundraiser with OCD in your team.

Gloomy winter ahead for charity sector

Lockdown worries for 55% of charities as 2020 takes its toll.

How we can shape giving and fundraise post-coronavirus

To help charities plan and think about how donation trends might be impacted, we commissioned a new paper from Cathy Pharoah and Tom McKenzie. In this blog they outline what the research reveals.

In support of fundraisers: The best learning comes when we are out of our comfort zones

Caryn Skinner, a member of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising’s Learning and Development Committee, tells fundraisers made redundant or who are facing the prospect – you will pull through.

A dispatch from the face-to-face fundraising coalface

In this blog, Dominic Will, Managing Director of PFS, says that as fundraisers once again take to the streets there has been a sense of optimism around the future of face-to-face fundraising.

Why long-term thinking about tomorrow’s world is critical

Richard Taylor, this year's winner of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising’s Outstanding Contribution to Fundraising Award, looks at the importance of boldness and focus in the current climate.

Collapse in charity provision looms

New findings from the Charity Sector Tracker published today by Pro Bono Economics, in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Fundraising and the Charity Finance Group.