The House of Lords Committee 'Stronger Charities' Report makes some insightful and very welcome recommendations to support the work of charities into the future. But where is the fundraising ask?
A few weeks ago I hosted a wonderful Institute of Fundraising event in Parliament celebrating and showcasing examples of excellent fundraising. I was delighted to be able to give fundraisers the opportunity to highlight the amazing work that they do.
Charity Today: when we talk about the vital role charities play, we also talk about the work of fundraisers
“We need to change the narrative about the charity sector”. If I had a pound for every time I’ve heard that phrase over the last 2 years!
Theresa May’s ‘shared society’ agenda will be warmly, if cautiously, welcomed across the charity sector today.
As fundraisers embark on a new year of raising money for their respective charities, International Fundraising Consultancy CEO and winner of the IoF Lifetime Contribution Award, John Baguley, gazes into his crystal ball and predicts the top trends for the fundraising sector in 2017...
IoF Chief Executive, Peter Lewis, takes a look at what 2017 may bring from a fundraising perspective.
With the changed fundraising environment, many charities priorities and focus have shifted toward managing donor data. Howard Lake explores...
Adam Bryan, Director of Partnerships at the IoF, takes a look at some of the most innovative fundraising ideas from years gone by and asks... what's the next big thing?
It was a blustery September day by the seaside in Bournemouth when I attended my first ever political party conference in 2008. Gordon Brown was Prime Minister and the question on everyone’s lips was ‘will he or won’t he call a snap election later that year’…
I love being a fundraiser. I’m proud of what I do. I believe in the incredible value of the third sector and I know that fundraisers in Wales particularly do a difficult job to an exceptionally high standard.