Chartered Institute of Fundraising scotland: membership

If you’re not yet a member of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising, then we have some good news for you - a special Scottish Fundraising Conference offer. New members can save 20% off their first year of individual membership using the code: Scotland20 (the offer closes on 23 September 2024). For payment by card and DD only. Register here

Before you sign up for anything, you may want to review our member benefits below. If you’re unsure of anything get in touch with our friendly membership team via and we’ll be more than happy to assist you. 

All set? Create an account on our website (if you haven’t already done so) and click ‘Join Us’ at the top right-hand corner to complete the member application form. Enter the code Scotland20 when prompted. You’ll receive a welcome email confirming your membership details once payment is confirmed. 

Check out your future benefits now 

Individual Member benefits 

✔ My Career is a library of resources to help you develop your career including a E-Learning Hub, CV & Cover Letter Builder, Interview Simulator and Career Assessments.

✔ Members Hub. Access exclusive member-only resources, articles, guidance, latest news, information and trends to grow your fundraising knowledge.

✔ Networking Opportunities. Join one of our National, Regional and Special Interest groups committees.

✔ Free monthly copy of Fundraising Magazine and full access to (worth £99 a year)

✔ Exclusive member discounts on qualifications,  training courses and events (Fundraising Convention).

✔ Membership Plus discounted products and services (Gym, Cinema, Insurance etc.) available exclusively to Individual Members.

✔ Post job vacancies (50% off) for your organisation in partnership with

Chartered Institute of Fundraising 

Scottish Fundraising Conference

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