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Chartered journey: It will give our profession recognition that is long overdue

Chartered journey: It will give our profession recognition that is long overdue

Guest Bloggers | 16 April 2019

Today we announced that we have had the go ahead from the Privy Council to make a formal petition to become the Chartered Institute of Fundraising. Emma-Louise Singh MInstF(AdvDip) explains how being chartered will help us all aspire to be better fundraisers and help grow our community.

Chartered journey: The legal perspective

Chartered journey: The legal perspective

Guest Bloggers | 16 April 2019

From a legal and governance perspective what would the move of the IoF from being a limited company to a being a chartered body mean for me as a member? Thea Longley, partner BWB, and Lucy Rhodes, Associate BWB, take a look.

Chartered journey: What the future could hold

Chartered journey: What the future could hold

Alex Xavier | 16 April 2019

Today we announced that we have had the go ahead from the Privy Council to make a formal petition to become the Chartered Institute of Fundraising. Alex Xavier looks at the potential future of being authorised to award chartered individual membership, and what this could mean.

Chartered journey: Yes, fundraising is a real job!

Chartered journey: Yes, fundraising is a real job!

Daniel Fluskey | 16 April 2019

Today we announced that we have had the go ahead from the Privy Council to make a formal petition to become the Chartered Institute of Fundraising. Dan Fluskey explains the impact chartered status could have on the public perception of fundraising.

'I was motivated to become a better fundraiser'

'I was motivated to become a better fundraiser'

Guest Bloggers | 11 April 2019

Luke Wiechula MInstF(Cert) graduated in November with the Certificate in Fundraising. He explains why he chose to take part in the qualification and how he found learning alongside other fundraisers really valuable.

GDPR: What we didn’t know last year...

GDPR: What we didn’t know last year...

Sam Boyle | 9 April 2019

Today we publish our refreshed version of our GDPR: The Essentials for Fundraising Organisations guidance. Sam Boyle, Policy and Information Officer at the IoF, talks through what has changed and why we felt the need to update it.

Five key themes from the Digital Fundraising Conference 2019

Five key themes from the Digital Fundraising Conference 2019

Sandra Padilla | 4 April 2019

Following last month’s Digital Fundraising Conference, Sandra Padilla – the IoF’s own Digital Manager – looks at the five key themes and learnings that she came away with.

How fundraisers use, and misuse, emotion - Part 1

How fundraisers use, and misuse, emotion - Part 1

Guest Bloggers | 4 April 2019

In the first of a two-part series on emotion and its use in fundraising, Ken Burnett explains why fundraisers should study emotions and learn to use them better.

JustGiving, probate fees, Sackler Trust and other fundraising news

JustGiving, probate fees, Sackler Trust and other fundraising news

Felicity Spencer-Smith | 3 April 2019

After the last month of Brexit votes, you’d be forgiven for missing out on the latest news from the fundraising sector. This month we discuss the latest on probate fees, changes to JustGiving fees, and Sackler funding – and a few other things you might have missed, says Felicity Spencer-Smith.

The future of online payments

The future of online payments

Daniel Fluskey | 2 April 2019

Daniel Fluskey, our Head of Policy and External Affairs, summarises the future of online payment as the new Payment Services Directive (EU wide legislation) is due to come into force in September, following an event last month.

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