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We hope you will find our chapter's website a valuable tool to learn more about what we do and as a portal to the international AFP organization. Please check out contact information under "About Our Chapter", job postings in the "Career Development" area, our upcoming events on the "Event Calendar".

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May 24 - Regional Development Officer - Annual Giving
As a member of the Foundation Development team, the Regional Officer of Annual Giving is essential in targeting efforts at garnering annual support from grateful patients, trustees, staff, corporations, businesses, and friends of the foundation. The Annual Giving Officer will develop and implement the annual fund strategies and programs that include the case for support, identification, cultivation, soliciting, and stewardship of annual gifts. ... more >
May 23 - hub Manager
Hub is a collaborative group of nonprofit organizations and government funded agencies committed to moving individuals from poverty to self-sufficiency. Hub envisions a future where households it serves are able to overcome financial emergencies and gain lasting economic stability. This collaboration is based upon the collective impact model which requires: 1) a common agenda, 2) shared measurement systems 3) mutually reinforcing activities among all participants 4) continuous communication, and 5) support from a “backbone” organization. The hub manager will be responsible for assuring that the initiative abides by the framework of the collective impact model. The Oshkosh Area United Way and ADVOCAP will serve as the backbone organizations. Specifically the hub manager will: • Assist hub as a general contractor, implementing key activities and providing support for other deliverables. • Put hub on the community’s radar and position the collaboration for long-term success. • Manage the budget related directly to hub’s deliverables. • Work independently in collaboration with hub’s backbone organizations and hub’s partners. • Seek funds for the collaboration. • Build relationships and bring results. ... more >
May 20 - Resources
Resources: Materials from chapter meetings and workshops ... more >
May 20 - Webinars
Education: Webinars ... more >
Jun 21 - AFP Diverse Communities Scholarship Program Overview & Criteria
The mission of the AFP Diverse Communities Conference Scholarship Fund is to help ensure that AFP programs are inclusive and supportive of diversity-related issues and concerns, to provide financial support for activities that increase understanding and awareness of diversity issues within the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), and to provide financial assistance for professional development for AFP members who self-identify as coming from a diverse community and/or who are employed by grassroots organizations that primarily serve diverse populations. ... more >
Jun 21 - 100 Percent Chapter Board Participation
The following AFP chapters have led by example and achieved 100 percent board participation in the 2016 BE the CAUSE Campaign. These chapter boards serve as motivation and inspiration to chapter members to make their gifts. ... more >
Jun 15 - AFP Fundraising Dictionary: Now Available in French!
Pilot. Sleeper. Flag. When seasoned fundraising professionals hear these words, they don't always bring to mind an airplane, nap time or a symbolic piece of cloth blowing in the wind. In the fundraising arena, these and other words have specific meanings not used in the everyday world. The AFP Fundraising Dictionary has now been translated to French for Canadian members. ... more >
Jun 15 - Welcome to the 2016 Cohort of Inclusion and Philanthropy Program Fellows
In our first year, 31 fellows in the Inclusion and Philanthropy Program accessed the AFP network and educational resources. They participated in specialized access and equity training, and they discussed tools and methods to plan their own inclusion projects, including measuring the impact of those projects. ... more >