Elizabeth Balgobin, Interim Head of EDI, hosted a discussion about inclusion within fundraising recruitment, where she was joined by a panel of fundraisers. Watch the panel session and read as Elizabeth outlines what inclusion really means, and her own experiences within the workplace.
Leadership coach Carla Miller said that when she read the ‘Missing Out: Understanding the female leadership gap in fundraising’ report she was disappointed to see that not much has moved on in the past 15 years, so much so that she wanted to share with senior women in leadership the skills to manage upwards and master the “Influence Gap”.
The Change Collective Strategy commits to creating a pledge on equality, diversity and inclusion for fundraisers and the fundraising profession. We are consulting with you to inform what we develop and roll out to the sector. Help us create our Change Collective pledge to the sector. Elizabeth Balgobin, Interim Head of EDI, explains more about the consultation.
Lucy Caldicott, CEO of ChangeOut, former member of the EDI Panel and former Director of Fundraising, sets out why planning your recruitment is ‘business as usual’ and what to consider when scoping the role.
A year after the launch of the Change Collective Strategy, Elizabeth Balgobin, Interim Head of EDI at the Chartered Institute of Fundraising, gives an update of what has been achieved over the last year.
Helen Reed, Senior Trusts Manager at ActionAid, talks about her experiences with flexible working and how it has helped her career to progress.
As part of today's launch of the Change Collective Recruitment Guides, Martha Awojobi, former Corporate Partnerships Senior Executive at Refuge and Organiser at #CharitySoWhite writes about her entry to and progression in fundraising as black and queer.
As we today launch the Change Collective Recruitment Guides, Elizabeth Balgobin explains why they were created and the process behind their creation.
Peter Lewis sets out why the Chartered Institute of Fundraising has signed up to the #CharitySoWhite open challenge to the sector, and says that crises – such as the coronavirus pandemic – give society opportunities as well as challenges.
As this week marks the first ever Lesbian Visibility Week taking place from 20 to 26 April, former Fundraising Director Polly Shute looks at the importance of Lesbian visibility, and explains why community is so much more important at time of crisis.