Stuart Gentle Publisher at Onrec

Find a new fundraising role with Morgan Hunt to access free membership to the Institute of Fundraising

The recruitment business Morgan Hunt has been helping employers and fundraising professionals work together in the charity sector for nearly 20 years. This experience has consistently demonstrated that professionals in the not for profit sector embrace continued professional development.

We are proud that the Institute of Fundraising (IoF) has agreed a partnership with Morgan Hunt to exclusively provide a free year’s Individual Membership to this forward-thinking body. This offer is available for all candidates who successfully secure a new fundraising role through Morgan Hunt’s recruitment service and is valid from the 1st July 2019.*
“We approached the Institute of Fundraising with the proposal of providing our candidates with a great on boarding gift in the form of a year’s membership to this great organisation. We know from our work in other sectors that access to the latest best practice, a network of industry peers, tools and guidance encourages professional development and fosters a collective sense of duty to their sector. The response so far from the fundraising professionals we speak to on a daily basis has been extremely positive.” comments Frazer Thouard, Director, Morgan Hunt.
“For the employers Morgan Hunt work with, this further confirms our sector expertise and commitment to finding them the best calibre talent to deliver value to their clients and end users.”, adds Thouard.
Adam Bryan, Director of Partnerships and Innovation, the Institute of Fundraising explains “As the professional membership body for UK fundraising, this initiative champions our goal of supporting fundraisers through leadership and representation; best practice and compliance; education and networking. Working with Morgan Hunt helps us reach the many candidates who turn to this recruiter to continue their fundraising career. Signing up to a membership when embarking on a new role will set them up with the right support to make a great success of their next position.”
The IoF is currently pursuing recognition to become chartered to further embed professional standards for the fundraising community. This reinforces external recognition of the importance of professionals in the sector in delivering funds and support for those in need in our society.