The Institute of Fundraising is inviting its members to honour outstanding contributors to fundraising by nominating them as Fellows. Fellowship is recognition, by fundraisers and others within the profession, of those who have made a major contribution to fundraising as well as to the work of the Institute.
Nominations are scrutinised by a panel of Trustees and other members. Recommendations are then taken to the Board of Trustees and the successful nominees will be announced at the Institute’s AGM on 5 July.
Bruce Leeke, Acting Chief Executive of the Institute of Fundraising, said: “A Fellow could be someone who has done a lot to advance the professionalism of fundraising, or taken on our sector’s learning agenda; a fundraiser who has developed a new approach, or who has led well by example.”
Recent Fellows include Mike Wade, Dominic Jenkins, Simon George, Daryl Upsall, Charles Gibbs, Isobel Michael, Michael Caudrey and Valerie Morton.
The deadline for nominations is midday on 2 June 2011.
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