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Change Collective Report 2019: Who Isn't In the Room?

A report setting out a benchmark for equality, diversity and inclusion in the fundraising profession

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.

Chris Davis on the Researchers in Fundraising Handbook

In early March 2022, Researchers in Fundraising, a special interest group of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising, launched a one of a kind product; a handbook about prospect research written by pro...

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: Charities advised to reflect seriously on public fundraising operations

The Chartered Institute and Fundraising Regulator advise all charities to reflect seriously on whether to continue public fundraising due to the increased health risk.

Coronavirus: Response to DCMS report on impact charity sector

Responding to DCMS report on the impact of Covid-19 on charity and voluntary sector in the UK, Peter Lewis, chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising said:

Corporate fundraising

Digital advertising, AdTech and third-party advertising

This guidance note provides an update on charities responsibilities regarding programmatic advertising and what charities can do to protect their data.

Direct mail

Direct mail is any print-based fundraising material delivered to people, including addressed mail, unaddressed (door-drops) and inserts.

Diversity in the Fundraising Profession

The Chartered Institute of Fundraising and Barrow Cadbury Trust published this survey report published in 2013.

Donating land, property or shares

Door-to-door fundraising

Door-to-door collections can involve cash, goods and direct debit commitments and may be carried out by volunteers, charity officers, professional fundraisers and commercial participators.

Dos and don'ts during a video interview

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

Event fundraising

Event fundraising offers many opportunities to get a range of people and communities involved in your organisation’s work.

Face-to-face fundraising

FAQs for fundraisers

Fundraising activities requiring closer safeguarding