Here you will find the latest fundraising news from the Institute of Fundraising and our network of National, Regional and Special Interest Groups.
19/04/2013 The Institute of Fundraising (IoF) says that long-term, transformational change and commitment to Payroll Giving reform is essential, and has called on the Government to look beyond the scope of the HM Treasury consultation.
11/04/2013 Some of the UK’s leading fundraisers are a step closer to receiving the well-deserved plaudits of their peers with the announcement of the shortlist for the Institute of Fundraising’s (IoF) annual National Awards 2013.
08/04/2013 On Friday Adrian Sergeant posted an entry on this blog responding to the recent launch of NPC’s Money for Good UK research, and highlighting some issues he has with the approach we took. Adrian is an interesting thinker in the fundraising area, and we share many objectives. But in this case I think his criticisms are misplaced and his concerns about the methodological approach colours his view of the whole project.
04/04/2013 HMRC have published detailed guidance for charities and Community Amateur Sports Clubs on how to use the new Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme.
04/04/2013 In a letter to EU Vice President and EU Digital Agenda Commissioner Neelie Kroes and UK MEPs the Institute of Fundraising (IoF) says the proposed Regulation on EU Data Protection Regulation could have a major detrimental impact on charities that use direct mail to fundraise unless the consent definition is changed.
27/03/2013 The IOF East Anglia Committee will hold their annual conference and awards ceremony on 15 October at the Imperial War Museum Duxford.
A full line up of speakers will be announced and early bird tickets will be available from the end of April
25/03/2013 “I am proud to say that the Institute of Fundraising (IoF) is 30 years-old today,” Chief Executive Peter Lewis said.