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Proud to be a fundraiser toolkit

This resource will to help you implement proven strategies to get your whole organisation united behind, and proud of, your fundraising - and so raise more money for your cause.

Public generosity is inspirational – but it can't be an excuse for government to not step up

While we're seeing fantastic fundraising from charities and individuals, the Chartered Institute's Daniel Fluskey says the impact of coronavirus means that public donations alone can't meet the scale ...

Public perceptions

RAISE mentoring scheme: Five tips for mentees to get the most out of the relationship

Sanpreet Janjua outlines what he got out of his experiences of being mentored on the RAISE mentoring programme and why he recommends other arts fundraisers get involved.

Raising funds for an individual

This page provides introductory information on the ways individuals can fundraise.

Recruiting responsibility

Recruitment: 'More of the same is not what fundraising needs'

There is a strength in thinking differently, says Jaz Nannar, and we need to question ourselves and each other to ensure recruitment practices reflect this.

Recruitment: stating a desire for diversity does not a diverse team make

Lizzie Ellis, our Policy and Information Officer, looks in this blog at what the initial results from the recent survey on sector recruitment processes show us about how we can improve practices and w...

Rediscovering the value of the telephone

This pandemic has led to a huge increase in telephone fundraising, in this blog Daniel Fluskey explains why it is important you ensure you have the right procedures in place.

Reframing the ask

Report shows year on year improvement in public fundraising

A report from the Chartered Institute of Fundraising ‘Achieving excellence in public fundraising’, released in December 2018 shows continued improvements in the standards of public fundraising.

Research: Impact of coronavirus

Responding to safeguarding incidents

This pages looks at responding to safeguarding incidents. It includes links to external information and support.

Restricted and unrestricted funding

This page covers restricted funding and explains how money must be used in certain circumstances.

Returning to Work from Furlough? Here’s What to Expect

As some employees who have been furloughed have started returning to work, CharityJob's Stephanie Dotto takes a look at what they should expect when returning to such a changing environment.

Running a house draw

Sam Boyle, Policy and Information Officer, offers some guidance on running a house draw, outlining the benefits to fundraising this way, and looking at what charities need to know.

Safe and supportive working culture

This resource looks at how to create a safe and supportive working culture. It draws together some key principles, signposting relevant guidance and offering simple checklists to help managers identif...

Safeguarding and whistleblowing

Safeguarding in the fundraising sector

The Chartered Institute of Fundraising comments on the Charity Commission’s investigation findings into the Presidents Club.

Safeguarding virtual events

This guidance covers what to consider when safeguarding a virtual fundraising event.