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Following their new report looking at the role of legacies in building resilience within charities, Rob Cope from Remember A Charity looks in this blog at why legacies are more needed now than ever.
This resource aims to offer practical suggestions on how to keep the supporter experience at the forefront of your fundraising in the extraordinary times we all find ourselves in.
As England goes into another lockdown, Shelter's Andy Harris says that the fundraising world was shifting long before the pandemic hit and explains what they’ve been doing to keep spirits high.
Elizabeth Balgobin, Interim Head of EDI, explains why Inter Faith Week is relevant to you and your work, and the importance of diversity within fundraising.
As many are made redundant due to the ongoing impact of the pandemic, in this blog Stephanie Dotto from CharityJob gives some advice on next steps if this happens to you.
The Fundraising Regulator’s Philip Satherley looks at how charities should report fundraising in their annual report, following recent analysis showing many charities aren’t meeting requirements.
Joint statement from Chartered Institute of Fundraising and Fundraising Regulator (withdrawn)
As we reveal the new identity of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising, Alex Xavier talks us through in this blog what chartered status means and the new support that is coming.
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.
Lockdown worries for 55% of charities as 2020 takes its toll.
To help charities plan and think about how donation trends might be impacted, we commissioned a new paper from Cathy Pharoah and Tom McKenzie. In this blog they outline what the research reveals.
Caryn Skinner, a member of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising’s Learning and Development Committee, tells fundraisers made redundant or who are facing the prospect – you will pull through.
In this blog, Dominic Will, Managing Director of PFS, says that as fundraisers once again take to the streets there has been a sense of optimism around the future of face-to-face fundraising.
Richard Taylor, this year's winner of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising’s Outstanding Contribution to Fundraising Award, looks at the importance of boldness and focus in the current climate.
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.
Trainer Paul Chuter says that the pandemic may have put classroom-based courses on hold, but the good news is that online training has the same benefits that face-to-face learning offers – and more.
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.
Leadership coach Carla Miller wants to share with senior women in leadership the skills to manage upwards and master the “Influence Gap”.
Lucy Caldicott, CEO of ChangeOut, sets out in this blog why planning your recruitment is ‘business as usual’ and what to consider when scoping the role.
A year after the launch of the Change Collective Strategy, Elizabeth Balgobin, Chartered Institute of Fundraising’s Interim Head of EDI, gives an update of what has been achieved over the last year.