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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...

Connecting people to causes

Consultation responses

Contracts, Partners and Consultants

Co-opted Trustee of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising

The Chartered Institute of Fundraising is looking to co-opt one additional Trustee onto its Board.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Cash collections guidance

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Events and community fundraising guidance

Coronavirus and fundraising: so where are we at?

Peter Lewis, our Chief Executive, takes a look in this blog at the state of UK fundraising in the setting of the coronavirus pandemic, following the Easter Bank holiday weekend.

Coronavirus and legacies: Inspiring heartfelt goodbyes with in-memory fundraising

Kate Jenkinson from Legacy Foresight looks at how this climate is particularly challenging for in-memory fundraising but outlines some measures that can help. This blog forms part of a series curated ...

Coronavirus and legacies: When legacy donor stewardship goes digital

Dr Claire Routley looks at how to make legacy stewardship work in a digital world. This blog forms part of a series curated by Remember A Charity, the Chartered Institute of Fundraising’s long-term ca...

Coronavirus and legacies: Why now is the time for stewardship

Michael Clark, Head of Fundraising at St Nicholas Hospice Care, says that this pandemic has shown us that stewardship within fundraising is more important than ever before. This blog forms part of a s...

Coronavirus and public fundraising: Doing the right thing is not always an easy decision to make

In this blog, Liam McEntegart, Managing Director (Client Services) REAL Fundraising Ltd, looks at the difficulties in making public fundraising decisions around the coronavirus outbreak, and explains ...

Coronavirus: 5 tips for writing an appeal during a global crisis

Wayne Murray, Strategy Director at Audience Fundraising and Communications, gives his five pointers for writing an emergency appeal that will keep your audience connected with your cause.

Coronavirus: Advice for community fundraising

THINK are sharing with us guidance on how to approach fundraising activities against the backdrop of the current coronavirus outbreak. In this blog, Beccy Murrell looks at community fundraising, which...