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02/04/2020 Information for fundraisers to help everyone in the fundraising community have the right information to guide any action you might need to take.
01/04/2020 Today the Institute of Fundraising became a Chartered body after its Royal Charter was formally sealed and approved.
IoF refreshes National Fundraising Convention with a move to London's landmark Barbican Centre in 2016
24/08/2015 The Institute has announced that its National Fundraising Convention will move to London’s landmark Barbican Centre from 2016.
18/08/2015 Following recent correspondence with the Information Commissioner’s Office the IoF's Code of Fundraising Practice has been amended in relation to call...
11/07/2015 Peter Lewis, CEO of the Institute of Fundraising, welcomes the approach of the Prime Minister.
08/07/2015 The chief executives of the three fundraising bodies responsible for fundraising self-regulation yesterday met with the Minister for Civil Society to ...
08/07/2015 The Institute of Fundraising has issued a response to the recent articles in the Daily Mail.
07/07/2015 Fundraisers from across the UK have come together to celebrate being at the top of their game at the Institute of Fundraising National Fundraising Awa...
- 5 ways to protect your fundraising income during the coronavirus pandemic
- Fundraising mustn’t fade away in the face of COVID-19
- Coronavirus and Public Fundraising: Doing the right thing is not always an easy decision to make
- 5 ways the coronavirus is changing the legacy market and what this means for charities
- Peter Lewis: "The speech the Prime Minister should have made"