Nominations are being sought for Fellowship of the Institute of Fundraising from fundraisers with a track record of commitment to the Institute and the fundraising profession.
Fellows are chosen for their substantial contribution to fundraising above and beyond their day job. In particular, Fellowship acknowledges those who commit their time to the Institute to further the development of the fundraising profession, with Fellows offering advice, guidance and support to trustees, staff and IoF members.
To be nominated as a Fellow, the nominee must be a member of the IoF who has contributed to both fundraising in general, and to the Institute of Fundraising specifically. Between three and five Fellows are appointed each year, with current Trustees of the Institute at the time of nomination excluded from the process.
Nominations must be received by midday on Friday 15th April 2016, and will be considered by the Nominations Committee at a meeting in early May, which will then make its recommendations to the Board of Trustees. Successful Fellows will be announced at the AGM on 5th July.
Richard Radcliffe, Fellow of the Institute and Chair of Fellows, said:
“Dedication to the advancement of training and best practice must continue to be recognised and celebrated during these difficult times, and a Fellowship awarded by the IoF reflects the best of the pioneers and leaders who proudly serve our sector.”
Nomination forms can be downloaded here: http://www.institute-of-fundraising.org.uk/library/nomination-form-for-iof-fellowships-2016/
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