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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.

Chartered journey: Status is only half the battle; the challenge is for indviduals to become chartered

Chartered journey: Status is only half the battle; the challenge is for indviduals to become chartered

Guest Bloggers | 20 May 2019

Ian MacQuillin MInstF(DiP) says that getting chartered status for the IoF is only half the battle, and that the real work will be making it clear within the sector what the benefits of individual chartered membership is both to fundraisers and the wider sector.

Chartered journey: Why I’m excited about the prospect of the IoF becoming a chartered body

Chartered journey: Why I’m excited about the prospect of the IoF becoming a chartered body

Guest Bloggers | 9 May 2019

Kath Abrahams, IoF Trustee and Chair of the Learning & Development Committee, explains how the IoF becoming a chartered body will be a milestone moment which will take our profession to the next level, and will give fundraising further credibility and profile to help promote it as a career of choice to young people.

Chartered journey: A step towards a more inclusive profession

Chartered journey: A step towards a more inclusive profession

Guest Bloggers | 2 May 2019

Paul Amadi, Chief Supporter Officer at the British Red Cross and a member of the IoF's EDI panel, explains why he believes chartered status will promote fundraising as an inclusive, rewarding, and respected career choice.

Chartered journey: Donors, engineers, and why chartered status matters

Chartered journey: Donors, engineers, and why chartered status matters

Guest Bloggers | 1 May 2019

Virginia Anderson, Chair of the Institute of Fundraising Scotland, says that chartered status matters as the public wants to trust fundraisers, and it will allow them to do exactly that.

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.