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Volunteers' Week: Working with such a passionate, committed and enthusiastic group of individuals is the highlight of my year

Volunteers' Week: Working with such a passionate, committed and enthusiastic group of individuals is the highlight of my year

Guest Bloggers | 3 June 2019

This year will mark Gary Richardson's twentieth year of volunteering at Fundraising Convention, of which he has spent many of those being responsible for organising the 50+ volunteers who work together to make the three-day event the success that it is. To mark Volunteers' Week, he explains why he volunteers and why he loves working with such a passionate group of individuals.

'Empowering community fundraising volunteers maximises their potential to do more'

'Empowering community fundraising volunteers maximises their potential to do more'

Guest Bloggers | 18 February 2019

Ahead of her session at the IoF Volunteer and Community Fundraising Conference, Charlotte Fielder, Head of Volunteering at Battersea, talks about the successful stewardship of volunteer fundraisers and why fundraising is everyone’s business.

I’m proud to be a fundraiser … and a volunteer

I’m proud to be a fundraiser … and a volunteer

Guest Bloggers | 5 December 2018

To mark International Volunteer Day, Jamie McIntosh reflects on how he's benefited from volunteering at the IoF - and more widely.

Raising the profile of a train station bookshop

Raising the profile of a train station bookshop

Guest Bloggers | 20 June 2018

In the summer of 2017, the 40-odd volunteers who operate the Pitlochry Station Bookshop were thrilled to learn that Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA) – one of the six charities we support – had nominated us as Voluntary Fundraising Group of the Year in the Scottish Fundraising Awards. Imagine our excitement when we subsequently learned that we were on a short list of three to win the award.

Beth Upton

Pride, lessons and stepping away

Beth Upton | 13 September 2017

Beth Upton, former Chair of the Institute of Fundraising's South East & London regional group, reflects on her time volunteering with the largest IoF Group, and what she learned over that time.

Young volunteers

Young volunteers: the future of fundraising

Guest Bloggers | 15 May 2017

Having youth on your side definitely has its advantages. That’s because with youth comes energy and vitality. Not to mention fresh ideas, different skill-sets, and above all, passion.

As a former fundraiser, and as an MP, I know how important fundraising is

As a former fundraiser, and as an MP, I know how important fundraising is

Susan Elan Jones MP | 10 February 2017

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.

Brighton Heroes Run - Viking

When it comes to events fundraising, are you ahead of the crowd?

Daniel Fluskey | 15 August 2016

Whether it’s baking a cake, running a marathon, climbing a mountain, dressing up in a particular style or doing something completely off-the-wall, participating in an event to raise money for charity provides a unique opportunity for everyone to be a fundraiser.

Scottish Fundraising Conference 2016

Volunteering at the Scottish Fundraising Conference

Guest Bloggers | 21 July 2016

When I saw an article advertising the opportunity to volunteer at the Institute of Fundraising Scotland’s annual conference last year, I jumped at the chance to apply.

Why I'm Addicted to Volunteering

Why I'm Addicted to Volunteering

Charlotte Bray | 12 November 2015

I wonder sometimes whether volunteering is an addiction. Recently, I tried to free up some spare time by stepping down from two committees. I promptly took up a further three committees. Well, who needs time to eat and sleep anyway?

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