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Below you can find a list of our upcoming training courses, qualifications and events. You can also view any resources (including blogs, guidance and articles). You can use the filter on the left to search for a specific type or interest for example. 

Women in leadership: ‘Women are stronger together’

Leadership coach Carla Miller says despite women making excellent leaders, they are not equally represented at leadership level within the fundraising sector and beyond. But she says she has seen how ...

Women in leadership: Are we going into reverse?

Menai Owen-Jones writes in this blog that due to the pandemic, inequalities have been heightened – and that includes for working women. She says that we must act now to support the retention and progr...

Researchers in Fundraising: Best Practice Guide and Handbook

The Best Practice Guide and Handbook for Prospect Research is an exciting new project that aims to provide a comprehensive, up-to-date and relevant guide to the diverse range of skills and knowledge r...

'The groups enabled me to have a safe space and support system’

Bronwyn O’Riordan is Chair of Chairs for the Scottish special interest groups and Co-Chair of the Scottish Community Group. She looks in this blog at what special interest groups have been doing in te...

LGBT+ History Month: 'Don’t let fearing you will say the wrong thing, put you off reaching out'

Luke Mallett, Director of Income and Engagement at CLIC Sargent, talks this LGBT+ History Month about how his past experiences have shaped how he leads. He talks about why leaders should be vulnerable...

The curious relationship between TV adverts and leadership teams

Jaz Nannar talks about the increasing contrast between the diversity of charity campaigns and the same organisation’s senior leadership team, and says that we need to have a leadership focus on divers...

Fundraiser wellbeing: 9 tips to avoid burnout as a freelance fundraiser

Sally-Anne Hunter looks at the relationship between being a fundraising consultant and wellbeing, and offers her tips for avoiding burnout while working during the pandemic

Certificate in Fundraising: ‘From start to finish, the support has been outstanding’

Katie George, who has recently completed the Certificate in Fundraising qualification, explains how she was initially anxious about taking on a course remotely, but that the support was always there w...

Celebrating the value of Payroll Giving

Caroline Gaskin explains why the Payroll Giving Forum is launching the first National Payroll Giving Week, and says that this week is about celebrating the strength and growing awareness of this area ...

Fundraiser wellbeing: Ask yourself and your teams what would improve their wellbeing

Emily Casson, Digital Marketing Manager at Cats Protection, looks at the importance of having a culture which supports your team’s wellbeing while working remotely, and says to do this you need to ask...

Fundraiser wellbeing: Four ways to foster better wellbeing in your team

David Cunningham, Chief Executive of Kids Operating Room and Board Member of the Fundraising Regulator, looks at how employees can foster better wellbeing within their fundraising teams.

Fundraiser wellbeing: How you feel changes the experience for your supporters

David Reeves, committee member of the Supporter Experience group and Supporter Journey Manager for the Woodland Trust, says that during this time of intense stress, fundraisers need support to ensure ...

Fundraiser wellbeing: Resilience for fundraising warriors

Leadership coach Adam Bryan looks at some techniques for dealing with stress, building inner strength and improving your mental wellbeing.

Fundraiser wellbeing: Thriving in survival mode

Mickella Lewis-Purvis, Network Grants Manager at MIND and member of our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee, looks at the connection between being in survival mode, wellbeing and EDI.

Fundraisers recognised in New Year Honours list

We are delighted that Carol Akiwumi and Paul Amadi have been awarded MBEs in the New Years Honours List - recognition of their great achievements as fundraising leaders, raising millions for good caus...

Outdoor UK challenge events

Tips and guidance on how to run outdoor challenge events in the UK

Tips on planning a fundraising event

Running a great fundraising event requires good planning and preparation. This guidance helps you to think through the key things to ensure your event is successful

Looking back at twenty years of Remember A Charity

Twenty years ago, Simon Turner was taken on as Remember A Charity’s first Director. He was tasked with the mission of getting the organisation up and running, turning the initial idea into a reality a...

‘The Certificate in Fundraising helped me find a career in arts fundraising I love’

Sophie Harvey was awarded a RAISE bursary to undertake the Certificate in Fundraising. She explains what she learnt from the qualification, and how it helped her find a career she loves.

Running a house draw

Sam Boyle, Policy and Information Officer, offers some guidance on running a house draw, outlining the benefits to fundraising this way, and looking at what charities need to know.