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The Institute of Fundraising (IoF) is the professional membership body for UK fundraising. We support fundraisers through leadership and representation; best practice and compliance; education and networking; and we champion and promote fundraising as a career choice.

Journalists can contact us for comments, interviews and information.

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For media enquiries only, phone +44 020 7840 3790 or email press@institute-of-fundraising.org.uk

Out of hours press phone: 07961 432942

 

News Highlights

Amanda Bringans

Announcing the new Chair of the Institute of Fundraising

20/04/2017 We are delighted to announce that Amanda Bringans, Director of Fundraising at the British Heart Foundation, has been selected as Chair-elect of the In...

Good Asking: The role of research in efficient, effective & enjoyable fundraising

Good Asking: The role of research in efficient, effective & enjoyable fundraising

12/04/2017 The Institute of Fundraising (IoF) has launched Good Asking – a report on why charities research and process supporter information. The IoF have been ...

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IoF Cymru awarded grant to help charities raise more for good causes

IoF Cymru awarded grant to help charities raise more for good causes

10/03/2017 The Institute of Fundraising Cymru has been awarded a Third Sector Skills Initiative grant by the Big Lottery Fund. The £390,755 grant will be for Fun...

Institute of Fundraising: 2017 Budget Briefing Note

Institute of Fundraising: 2017 Budget Briefing Note

07/03/2017 Ahead of the 2017 Spring Budget the Institute of Fundraising, the professional membership body for UK fundraisers, is urging the government to take th...

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Remember A Charity Week campaign wins #DoDifferent award

03/03/2017 Pass on Something Legendary, the 2016 Remember A Charity Week campaign, won an award at last night’s #DoDifferent Awards in London.

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IoF members overwhelmingly endorse new accreditation programme

13/02/2017 Earlier this year, the Institute of Fundraising, the professional membership body for UK fundraising, launched a consultation on a new public fundrais...

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New analysis: charities spend £1,500 per second improving lives

09/02/2017 More than £1,500 is spent every second on charitable services in England and Wales, according to new analysis published today.

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