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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13/02/2019 The Institute of Fundraising (IoF), has today published ‘A Good Call: Using the Telephone for Successful Fundraising’ to help fundraisers and charitie...
06/02/2019 Applications are now open for places on the Arts Council England funded mentoring scheme, which provides support for arts and cultural fundraisers.
11/11/2017 Institute of Fundraising response to the Daily Telegraph article on 11 November 2017, ‘Charities dodge begging ban’.
IoF release draft response to the Regulator's consultation on the Code in relation to Data Protection
01/11/2017 IoF draft response to the Fundraising Regulator’s Consultation on the Code of Fundraising Practice on Data Protection.
26/10/2017 The sector’s legacy consortium, Remember A Charity, is announcing that a new milestone has been reached, with 200 charities now working together to pr...
24/10/2017 Responding to the Fundraising Regulator’s report on complaints received by charities about fundraising in 2016, Peter Lewis, chief executive of the In...
06/10/2017 Following BBC Radio 4's broadcast of 'Selling Barbara', we have issued a statement from our CEO, Peter Lewis.
04/10/2017 The Scottish Fundraising Standards Panel and the Institute of Fundraising have today signed a new memorandum of understanding.
- 'We need to create a culture where everyone feels a sense of belonging'
- #Thanksabillion: How the London Marathon has bucked the trend and kept on growing
- 'Empowering community fundraising volunteers maximises their potential to do more'
- ‘I was told that as a disabled person I was just lucky to have a job’
- Why the power of a conversation can’t be underestimated