Welcome to the IoF media centre. Here you will find our latest press releases and how to contact our press team.
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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...
03/07/2019 The IoF has today released the new strategy for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the fundraising profession.
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...
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.
Fundraising Convention 2019: IoF Chair calls for every fundraiser to ensure everyone is safe and supported in their work
01/07/2019 "We have to get our house in order. There is no place for sexual harassment in our community, our sector, our profession."
- Legacy donations, spending review, public perceptions and other fundraising news
- Remember A Charity Week in its tenth year: 70s nostalgia, Points of You and Pass On Something Wonderful
- How can we make fundraising a more attractive career?
- Why a non-linear career path may be the best route forward
- Why we wanted to capture public feeling on fundraising