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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Cash collections guidance

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

Statement from Chairs of the Chartered Institute Groups

Lockdown Legends - three case studies from the Supporter Experience Special Interest Group

Over the past year in lockdown, we’ve seen some great appeals – but what has stood out? We asked three people to pick their legends and share why.

Statement from the Board of Trustees

Chartered Institute of Fundraising Chief Executive to leave organisation ahead of new strategy

How we are dealing, and have dealt with, complaints about sexual harassment in fundraising

Message from our Chief Executive

Responding to complaints about sexual harassment

Responding to complaints about sexual harassment

Fundraising wellbeing: Poor wellbeing can stifle development and innovation

Matt Radford, Donor Experience Manager at Mind, looks in this blog at the importance and role of leaders for staff wellbeing, and says that when people’s wellbeing isn’t great, they can be less recept...

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...

Being more radical: How to stay relevant and deliver the mission in our hyper connected digital worl

Six digital skills charities are looking for in 2021

As the current pandemic has caused organisations and fundraisers to be more digital than ever before, Ewa Jozefkowicz from CharityJob takes a look at six of the key digital skills that charities are l...

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...

Arts and culture fundraising: Four reflections from 2020

On 23 March we will have reached the first anniversary of the UK lockdown. As we’re bedding into 2021, RAISE is looking back on the year that was 2020.