IoF to formally apply for Chartered status

The IoF has been granted permission by the Privy Council to apply for Chartered status. The IoF is delighted to confirm that the Privy Council has granted permission for us to formally apply for Chartered status and continue our Chartered journey. This is the next step in a long-term plan for the IoF, which has, for the last 6 years, had a strategic objective, based on consultations with our members, to become a Chartered Institute. The new status, if granted, will raise the profile and status of fundraising, promoting it…

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IoF launches Access Fund for Fundraising Convention

The IoF launches an Access Fund to support and enable a diverse range of fundraisers to develop their skills and experience. Following the success of its Diversity Access Fund in 2018 the Institute of Fundraising (IoF) has launched a new appeal to the fundraising community which aims to raise £10,000 to fund bursaries for its showcase Fundraising Convention at the Barbican in London this July. The fund will enable a diverse range of fundraisers to develop their skills and experience by providing bursaries for individuals to attend Fundraising Convention. Successful…

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