Become an Organisational Member

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Support our charitable mission to champion excellent fundraising for a better world. As an organisational member, you'll have the opportunity to work alongside sector leaders to help shape future standards and best practice for your team and the wider fundraising community; and contribute and secure the future of the fundraising sector.

Organisational Member Benefits

✔ Shape standards and sector best practices through advocacy and lobbying.

✔ Demonstrate your charity’s commitment to excellence in fundraising.

✔ Work alongside industry regulators on code consultations.

✔ Exclusive free on-demand training for your team (coming soon)

✔ Help drive change and champion a more diverse and inclusive fundraising community.

✔ Support sector-wide income generation through our growing giving agenda

✔ Exclusive Organisational Member Resources (PDF guides, newsletter, research and guidance) 

✔ Peer-to-peer networking at member-only webinars, roundtables, and events

✔ Support for you and your teams to understand and develop best practice.

 

When you join us as an Organisational Member, you will sign up to support the Code of Fundraising Practice. The Chartered Institute works closely with the Fundraising Regulator to ensure the views of fundraisers are strongly represented. By following the Code, your fundraising activities will represent best practice and increase public trust and confidence in the voluntary and community sector.  

 

Pricing

Organisational Membership fees are on a sliding scale based on the annual voluntary income of your charity, as submitted to the Charity Commission.

As part of our work to be more representative and inclusive if you are a small charity with a voluntary income of <£50K, you are eligible to apply for free membership. For more information, please contact the membership hub team on 020 7150 0439 or by email at membership@ciof.org.uk 

Any questions? 

Reach out to our Membership Team who will be delighted to help: membership@ciof.org.uk

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