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Richard Taylor is new trustee of the Institute of Fundraising

Richard Taylor MInstF, Executive Director of Fundraising and Supporter Marketing at Cancer Research UK, has been appointed as a trustee of the Institute of Fundraising. He was co-opted onto the Institute’s board of trustees, following the Institute’s board meeting last month.
Two thirds of the board are elected by the membership and up to one third can be co-opted to add complementary skills, experience and knowledge. Institute trustees stand for three years and can be co-opted for a further three-year term.
Richard Taylor joined Cancer Research UK in April 1998, when it was the Imperial Cancer Research Fund. He leads a team of 2,000 staff across a broad portfolio of fundraising activities, including Race for Life, a regular giving programme with over one million monthly donors and a legacy programme which generates £150 million a year.
Richard Taylor is also Chairman of the Neuro Foundation, a small charity which aims to improve the lives of those affected by neurofibromatosis.