Here you will find the latest fundraising news from the Institute of Fundraising and our network of National, Regional and Special Interest Groups.
21/05/2013 Thirty-eight fundraisers have just graduated from the Institute of Fundraising's (IoF) Academy. They received their Certificates in Fundraising or Direct Marketing and Diplomas in Fundraising from the Institute’s Chair Mark Astarita at the graduation ceremony held at a glittering dinner Award Ceremony at the Brunei Gallery in London.
16/05/2013 Nominations are being sought for Fellowships of the Institute of Fundraising (IoF) from fundraisers with a track record of commitment to the Institute and the fundraising profession.
14/05/2013 HMRC have published long awaited guidance on the new rules for claiming Gift Aid on the sale of goods in charity shops.
The Institute publishes first ever survey on possible impacts of Scottish independence on fundraising
08/05/2013 In the first ever survey asking charities in Scotland what they think the potential impact of Scottish independence on fundraising in Scotland might be, respondents were far easier able to identify disadvantages (74%) than advantages (56%).
29/04/2013 The first Certificate in Fundraising course in Manchester took place over four days last autumn, and we are now delighted to be able to share the success of our students with you.
25/04/2013 The Welsh Government launches a consultation on proposed reductions to business rate relief for charities in Wales
24/04/2013 The Welsh Government review of plans to reduce charity rate relief for shops has totally ignored the sector's arguments, and the new recommendations could damage the future of charities in Wales, says Martin Price, IoF Cymru Chair.