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Change Collective: Inclusion in the fundraising recruitment journey

Elizabeth Balgobin hosted a discussion about inclusion within fundraising recruitment, where she was joined by a panel of fundraisers. She explains more in this blog.

Change Collective: New series of recruitment guides for the fundraising community

A new series of recruitment guides for the fundraising community.

Charities call for boost to Gift Aid

The Chartered Institute joins coalition calling on the Government to temporarily increase the level of Gift Aid that can be claimed on donations amid pandemic fundraising shortfall.

Charities facing £12.4bn shortfall

New findings from the Chartered Institute on the impact of coronavirus on the charity sector.

Charities working with agencies: a practical guide

What are the fundamental building blocks and key considerations that charities and agencies should be thinking about when agreeing and undertaking fundraising with the public?

Charity Benchmarks sector report 2019

Charity sector calls for emergency support package

#NeverMoreNeeded leaders set out urgent support measures ahead of March Budget.

Chartered Institute comment on JustGiving fees

Chartered Institute of Fundraising draft response to the Gambling Act call for evidence

This page includes the Chartered Institute's draft response to the Gambling Act call for evidence. It is not a final response and will be replaced over the coming weeks.

Chartered journey: a step towards a more inclusive profession

Paul Amadi, Chief Supporter Officer at the British Red Cross and a member of the IoF's EDI panel, explains why he believes chartered status will promote fundraising as an inclusive, rewarding, and res...

Chartered journey: donors, engineers, and why Chartered status matters

Virginia Anderson, Chair of the Institute of Fundraising Scotland, says that chartered status matters as the public wants to trust fundraisers, and it will allow them to do exactly that.

Chartered journey: it will give our profession recognition that is long overdue

Today we announced that we have had the go ahead from the Privy Council to make a formal petition to become the Chartered Institute of Fundraising. Emma-Louise Singh MInstF(AdvDip) explains how being ...

Chartered journey: why I'm excited about the prospect of the IoF becoming a Chartered body

Kath Abrahams, IoF Trustee and Chair of the Learning & Development Committee, explains how the IoF becoming a chartered body will be a milestone moment which will take our profession to the next level...

Civil Society Almanac: Dare to believe that we can, will and must emerge stronger from this crisis

NCVO launches the latest Civil Society Almanac, Joe Jenkins looks at what the figures tell us about the climate “Before COVID”, and what this means for the sector’s recovery from the pandemic.

Civil Society Futures

Closing the gap on female leadership

In a blog to accompany our 'Missing Out' research, Sarah Tite looks at the problems that persist within our work environment and what we can do to close the female leadership gap in fundraising.

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.

Committing to diversity: reflections as we embark on a journey

Our CEO, Peter Lewis, reflects in this blog on a big, and quite daunting, step for the Institute last week - setting up our new expert advisory panel on equality, diversity and inclusion.

'Completing the Certificate in Fundraising was hugely rewarding'

Chris Rainford MInstF(Cert) will be graduating with the Certificate in Fundraising at the graduation ceremony in London next month. He explains what he got out of the qualification, and how it had man...

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