Posts by our guest bloggers...
“Supporter Journeys” – it’s a buzzword in the sector at the moment, and rightly so.
Loretta Bresciani-Murray on how putting supporters first in community fundraising can help us prepare for the future.
From marketing to governance and leveraging data insight, Fundraising Matters explores the way that practices throughout non-profit organisations play a part in building stronger constituent relationships, enhancing fundraising and delivering more for causes.
In July, the Chair of the IoF, Amanda Bringans, met with the Chair of the Fundraising Regulator, Lord Grade, to discuss regulation in the sector. We are glad to post a piece from Lord Grade on his thoughts following the discussion.
Chief Executive of Seamab, Joanna McCreadie, gives us her rundown of their partnership with StudioLR - how mutual respect and open communication led to a surprise win at the Scottish Fundraising Awards.
Chris Millward, CEO of the Institute of Legacy Management, and speaker at the upcoming IoF Legacy fundraising conference, explains why Trustees and senior stakeholders within charities should be more supportive of legacy fundraising.
I’d found myself in the situation that many people in small and medium-sized charities find themselves: trying to find a new source of income or close.
With many charities still struggling to grow their digital know-how, Rebecca Curtis-Moss and Ross McCulloch look at some examples of great digital fundraising.
With the recent launch of the Fundraising Preference Service (FPS) we are keen to give you, our members all the support and guidance you need, and offer some useful information to make sure you are ready for the changes in place.
The Production Hub was once again a proud sponsor of the IoF National Fundraising Awards. The event took place on Monday 3rd July, with the aim to shine a spotlight on best practice and fundraising excellence across the sector.