There are many ways you can get involved with the IoF, including job vacancies, volunteering, mentoring, blogging, or speaking at an event.
IoF job and board vacancies
There are currently no vacancies are available.
One-to-one mentoring can be invaluable to your professional development, both as a mentor or a mentee. The following IoF Groups run Mentoring or Buddy schemes:
The Giving to Heritage project also runs 1:1 Support Sessions
Did you know you can volunteer at our flagship Fundraising Convention? Convention takes place every July at our new venue, the Barbican Centre in London. Volunteer applications for Fundraising Convention 2017 should open in the new year, so please check the Fundraising Convention site.
Photo: Fundraising Convention volunteers at the 2015 event
Are you looking to share a fundraising campaign, or debate something that has or hasn't worked? We are often looking for those in the sector and outside to feature at our events. If you have an interesting topic, and would like to know how this can fit with the IoF conference programme, please send your enquiry to Hannah Hockin, Event Programme Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
The IoF blog is a space for influential voices from the charity sector to comment on topical fundraising issues, explore new fundraising ideas, highlight fundraising success stories, share expertise and more. You can get involved!
The IoF has various committees that work on fundraising standards, policy, learning and more. Our Special Interest and Regional Groups, along with IoF Northern Ireland are run by enthusiastic and devoted Committee members. Find out more on our Committees.