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5 reasons you should be shouting about legacies this Remember A Charity Week

5 reasons you should be shouting about legacies this Remember A Charity Week

Rob Cope | 15 August 2019

Rob Cope, Director of Remember A Charity, explains why your organisation should get involved with the tenth Remember A Charity in Your Will Week this September.

We need to stop viewing fundraising as a separate function from front-line delivery or advocacy

We need to stop viewing fundraising as a separate function from front-line delivery or advocacy

Guest Bloggers | 15 August 2019

Fundraising can and should not exist in a vacuum, says Dr Lesley Alborough, whose research has led her to conclude that we need to move away from training that only focuses on fundraising techniques or making the ask.

School Strike for Climate. Credit: Julian Meehan

Are charities misunderstanding younger audiences?

Guest Bloggers | 14 August 2019

Charities and fundraisers can't afford to rest on their laurels when it comes to connecting with younger generations, says Milo McLaughlin from Signal.

Join me in creating an EDI Committee that is representative of everyone

Join me in creating an EDI Committee that is representative of everyone

Guest Bloggers | 12 August 2019

Carol Akiwumi is the new Chair of the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Committee at the Institute of Fundraising. She explains why, if you have a desire to help bring about much needed change, she wants you to join her on the Committee.

 'The Diploma in Fundraising gave me the confidence that I was going about my work in the right way'

'The Diploma in Fundraising gave me the confidence that I was going about my work in the right way'

Guest Bloggers | 8 August 2019

Mark Clements MInstF(Dip) graduated with the Diploma in Fundraising back in November. He explains how the qualification gave him the confidence to speak with authority both when raising money and when managing his team.

How can we influence when on the fringes of power?

How can we influence when on the fringes of power?

Guest Bloggers | 7 August 2019

Last month the Institute of Fundraising and charity brap, which aims to transform the way we think about equality, delivered the first Change Collective workshop. Mickella Lewis-Purvis, Programme Manager at Teenage Cancer Trust, who attended the workshop, explains what she got out of the experience.

Accountability is a GDPR requirement that makes sense, but how do we achieve it?

Accountability is a GDPR requirement that makes sense, but how do we achieve it?

Guest Bloggers | 30 July 2019

Suzanne Lewis, who sat on the IoF's focus group for GDPR, says that while the new legislation has had cost implications for fundraisers, it was not the ‘bogeyman’ that many had feared – but there are real benefits to adhering to these new levels of accountability.

Latest news: Three key updates in legacy fundraising

Latest news: Three key updates in legacy fundraising

Rob Cope | 24 July 2019

Rob Cope from Remember A Charity takes over the news roundup blog to give us the latest updates from the legacy fundraising world.

Pay in the Fundraising Sector: How is it Changing?

Pay in the Fundraising Sector: How is it Changing?

CharityJob | 23 July 2019

With the release of the latest Charity Sector Salary Report, published by CharityJob and Harris Hill, Stephanie Dotto takes a look at how fundraisers' roles (and the pay for those roles) are changing.

Daniel Fluskey

'Let me tell you how it will be': A timely review for charity tax

Daniel Fluskey | 17 July 2019

Let’s get the big one out of the way first, no one is going to tax your feet; as the Tax Commission publishes 'Reforming Charity Taxation – towards a stronger civil society' Dan Fluskey, Head of Policy & External Affairs, looks at what the report shows.

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