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20/09/2019 In response to the BBC Radio 4 programme, The Corrections titled 'Olive the Poppy Seller'.
11/09/2019 Today the IoF published “What does the public think of fundraising”, public perceptions survey results which explores how people view with fundraising...
15/08/2019 This autumn we have some new and exciting opportunities for our members to get involved in the big questions being asked in fundraising and help shape...
17/07/2019 On Tuesday 16 July 2019, the government announced the annual sales limit for society lotteries will be raised from £10m to £50m. Commenting on the cha...
03/07/2019 The IoF has today released the new strategy for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the fundraising profession.
New survey reveals overwhelming majority of fundraisers are happy in their roles and positive about the future of the sector
02/07/2019 The second annual Status of UK Fundraising report from Blackbaud Europe and the Institute of Fundraising delivers encouraging news
02/07/2019 Members of the fundraising community gathered from across the charity sector at the Brewery in London on Monday 1st July 2019 for the National Fundrai...
01/07/2019 The Institute of Fundraising has today announced that they will go ahead with the formal application for chartered status.
- How to get the medical profession on board with fundraising
- Legacy donations, spending review, public perceptions and other fundraising news
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- How can we make fundraising a more attractive career?
- Why a non-linear career path may be the best route forward