IoF launches ‘innovation partnership’ with Charity Checkout

Written by Charity Times staff writer

The Institute of Fundraising has announced a new ‘innovation partnership’ with fundraising platform Charity Checkout.

The partnership will focus on championing innovation within the sector and providing fundraisers with insight and analysis on a range of fundraising practices.

Over the next year, Charity Checkout will work with the IoF on a number of insight reports, a regular data-driven blog and the sponsorship of a number of IoF conferences across the year.

The insight reports will explore topics ranging from mass participation events to online fundraising in an effort to challenge existing best practices and to examine new and innovative practices.

Commenting on the partnership, IoF head of partnerships Adam Bryan said Charity Checkout will be providing “valuable support and insight to the Institute and our members and are a great example of innovation in practice.’’

Charity Checkout founder and CEO Chester Mojay-Sinclare added: “By partnering with the IoF we will work tirelessly to promote innovation, best practice and new developments to benefit the sector and the entire fundraising community.”

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