Rare meeting for institute's Anglo-Scottish working group

The Institute of Fundraising's cross-border working group will meet on 20 November in London.

Among those invited to take part are representatives from the Alzheimer’s Society and Alzheimer’s Scotland, Scope and Capability Scotland, the NSPCC and Children 1st, the National Autistic Society and the Scottish Society for Autism, Leonard Cheshire UK and Leonard Cheshire Scotland, Sense and Sense Scotland and the RSPCA and the Scottish SPCA.

They will meet representatives from the Institute of Fundraising and the Institute of Fundraising Scotland. Lindsay Boswell, chief executive of the IoF, will chair the meeting. At what will be the working group’s first meeting for several years, the agenda will focus on issues facing charities that operate on both sides of the border.

All charities invited have agreed to send representatives.

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