Chartered Institute of Fundraising

Updates from the Chartered Insitute of Fundraising this week

Statement on Tier 4 restrictions in Scotland

Following the Scottish Government's announcement introducing Tier 4 restrictions in parts of the country, we've released a statement about the impact on public fundraising activity. Here is the link to the statement:

Understanding barriers to entry for BAME fundraisers

The Chartered Institute of Fundraising has opened a new survey which will inform our upcoming research on understanding barriers to entry into the fundraising profession and career progression for black, Asian and minority ethnic fundraisers. The research has been commissioned as part of the Chartered Institute's Change Collective work and is being delivered by Voice4Change working with University of East London. The findings will be published in a research report in early 2021. Here is the link to the survey: ciof-barriers which will run until 13 December and is open specifically to fundraisers who identify as black, Asian or minority ethnic.

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