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'The International Advanced Diploma has transformed my fundraising practice'

'The International Advanced Diploma has transformed my fundraising practice'

Guest Bloggers | 13 June 2019

Eileen Kinsman MInstF(AdvDip) graduated in November with the International Advanced Diploma. She explains why she decided to do it, what she valued most from the qualification and how it has transformed her fundraising practices.

Keeping up with the changing payments landscape

Keeping up with the changing payments landscape

Guest Bloggers | 7 June 2019

There has been great change in how charities make and receive payments with the technology used ever evolving, but what does this mean for fundraisers? Scott Gray, Head of Payments at The Access Group, takes a look.

A new Code of Fundraising Practice: What you need to know (and do)

A new Code of Fundraising Practice: What you need to know (and do)

Sam Boyle | 6 June 2019

As the Fundraising Regulator today publishes its newest version of the Code of Fundraising Practice, Sam Boyle, IoF Policy and Information Officer, looks at what fundraisers need to do next.

UK giving, legacy giving, non-graduates welcome and other fundraising news

UK giving, legacy giving, non-graduates welcome and other fundraising news

Felicity Spencer-Smith | 6 June 2019

Felicity Spencer-Smith, Senior External Affairs Officer, gives the low-down on the latest developments affecting fundraising, including what new research shows us about UK giving, increases in income from legacies and a campaign to stop charities from excluding those that don't have a degree when recruiting.

Who isn't in the room: More than percentages, policies and practices

Who isn't in the room: More than percentages, policies and practices

Lizzie Ellis | 5 June 2019

As we publish our research 'Who isn't in the room? Equality, diversity and inclusion in the fundraising profession', Lizzie Ellis, IoF Policy and Information Officer, has taken a look at what the research shows, and doesn’t show, about the fundraising profession.

Chartered status should lead to a more positive view of fundraising by the public

Chartered status should lead to a more positive view of fundraising by the public

Peter Lewis | 3 June 2019

Voting will start tomorrow on our plan to formally petition to become the Chartered Institute of Fundraising. Peter Lewis, Chief Executive of the Institute of Fundraising, explains why it is important that members have their say.

Volunteers' Week: Working with such a passionate, committed and enthusiastic group of individuals is the highlight of my year

Volunteers' Week: Working with such a passionate, committed and enthusiastic group of individuals is the highlight of my year

Guest Bloggers | 3 June 2019

This year will mark Gary Richardson's twentieth year of volunteering at Fundraising Convention, of which he has spent many of those being responsible for organising the 50+ volunteers who work together to make the three-day event the success that it is. To mark Volunteers' Week, he explains why he volunteers and why he loves working with such a passionate group of individuals.

Championing fundraising excellence in Scotland

Championing fundraising excellence in Scotland

Guest Bloggers | 30 May 2019

Zoé Mobey spoke at the Institute of Fundraising’s Scottish Parliamentary Reception last night on how fundraising is more than the money we raise or the return on investment made. She summarises what she said here.

Five discussions health sector fundraisers are having

Five discussions health sector fundraisers are having

Sam Boyle | 29 May 2019

Sam Boyle, Policy and Information Officer at the Institute of Fundraising, attended the inaugural Fundraising in the Health Sector conference last week. He looks at five of the themes that emerged throughout the day, and what the wider fundraising community can learn from the health sector.

Reflections on a journey towards a more inclusive sector

Reflections on a journey towards a more inclusive sector

Peter Lewis | 24 May 2019

Peter Lewis, Chief Executive of the Institute of Fundraising, reflects on the HR Network and our #ChangeCollective movement – and acknowledges that it’s important that debates on this subject take place so that we can explore and continue to learn.

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