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FRG - Fundraising Researcher's Group 

As of 2019, Researchers in Fundraising (RiF) have taken over the running of the Fundraising Researcher's Group (FRG). 

Established in 2008 by veteran prospect researcher Raj Khera, the Fundraising Researcher’s Group (FRG) is a semi-formal and more intimate forum outside of the annual RiF conference, for researchers from across the third sector and higher education to come together, network, share experiences and learn from one another. Now run by RiF, the group meets four times a year with each session hosted and led by researchers. Past topics discussed range from resources used, ratings systems, managing stakeholders, communicating research effectively, GDPR, ethics, career development and everything in between. 

If you would like to become a member, or would like to host an upcoming meeting, please contact Sam Fennessy - researchers@institute-of-fundraising.org.uk

Latest News

RiF AGM - 27 June 2019

RiF AGM - 27 June 2019

17/06/2019 RiF will hold its AGM on 27 June 2019. All are welcome to attend. A dial in facility is available.

IoF Researchers in Fundraising Group are hiring!

IoF Researchers in Fundraising Group are hiring!

22/03/2019 We are currently on the lookout for new members to join the RiF committee.

RiF 2018 Annual Conference - Tickets Now on Sale!

RiF 2018 Annual Conference - Tickets Now on Sale!

10/09/2018 Tickets are now on sale for our 2018 Annual Conference!

GDPR

GDPR Resources Roundup

27/04/2018 As the GDPR implementation date is fast approaching (25th May 2018) we thought it would be useful to provide a round-up of some of the resources avail...

March Update from the RiF Committee

March Update from the RiF Committee

23/03/2018 Here are a few updates we would like to share with the wider prospect research community:

Institute of Fundraising GDPR Guidance published

Institute of Fundraising GDPR Guidance published

14/03/2018 The Institute of Fundraising published some GDPR guidance for the prospect research community on Monday, called 'Connecting People to Causes: A Practi...

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