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Make over your personal brand in 5 steps

Part of our range of guidance and support for fundraisers who are currently unemployed or in need of redundancy support.

Making safeguarding an organisational priority

Manifesto for Change

Our Manifesto for Change, developed with our Expert Advisory Panel on EDI, sets out how we plan to embark to our journey for a more equal, diverse and inclusive profession.

Manifesto for Change: Evidence Base

This document looks at the evidence base for how and why the Chartered Institute of Fundraising created the Manifesto for Change.

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.

Missing Out: Understanding the Female Leadership Gap in Fundraising

Research looking at the experiences and challenges women face in achieving equal representation at senior levels in fundraising.

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.

National lockdown and fundraising

New guidance to support the return to public fundraising

New guidance on returning to fundraising activities from the Fundraising Regulator and the Chartered Institute of Fundraising.

New report shows fundraising charities optimistic about longer-term future in the face of economic u

New research published today shows that charities across the UK are investing in fundraising and focusing on improving their supporter experience in the face of economic uncertainty.

New trustees announced at AGM 2019

The Chartered Institute has today announced new trustees at their Annual General Meeting

Not a Toolkit: Creating the EDI Recruitment Guides

As we today launch the Change Collective Recruitment Guides, Elizabeth Balgobin explains why they were created and the process behind their creation.

Our response: report on undoing racism in the charity sector

Following Voice4Change and ACEVO's new report today on racism in the sector, Peter Lewis, chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising, responds.

Payroll givers are the unsung heroes of charitable giving

Marcia Hibberd from Marie Curie says that Payroll Givers have done so much for the people of the UK and other countries with little recognition, making them the unsung heroes of charitable giving.

Payroll Giving

Private assets for public good: the time is now

Cath Dovey, of the Beacon Collaborative, looks at the latest research on barriers to giving among the wealthy in the UK, and how organisations can engage wealthy donors as partners in social change.

Protecting regular giving income in a crisis: what the pandemic has taught us

As they unveil their latest report, Scott Gray, Rapidata lead and head of payments at The Access Group, takes a look in this blog at the impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on regular giving.

Proud to be a fundraiser toolkit

This resource will to help you implement proven strategies to get your whole organisation united behind, and proud of, your fundraising - and so raise more money for your cause.

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

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

Recruitment: 'More of the same is not what fundraising needs'

There is a strength in thinking differently, says Jaz Nannar, and we need to question ourselves and each other to ensure recruitment practices reflect this.