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Coffee Chat: The Executive Director and Development Director Relationship
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Are you an ED who also is the chief fundraiser? Or are you a DD who has an ED who fundraises? How do you work together, who does what? Whether you are a solo artist or part of a duet, share best practices and get new ideas for getting it all done.

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Mar 21 - Donor Relations Coordinator
Come make a difference with us at the Greater Green Bay YMCA as our Donor Relations Coordinator! Enjoy fulfilling work in a values-based environment with people who care as much as you do about strengthening the foundations of our community. ... more >
Mar 14 - Vice-President of Resource Development and Communication
The Vice-President of Resource Development and Communication is a key member of Brown County United Way’s (BCUW) senior management team. This position is responsible for overseeing all aspects of BCUW’s resource development strategies and all marketing and communication strategies and programs. The position is responsible for supervising resource development staff, works closely with United Way volunteers, and builds and maintains relationships with major community stakeholders, donors and the general community. ... more >
Mar 12 - Development Director
The vibrant and talented professional development team in the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Office for Development & Alumni Relations seeks to fill the full-time position of Development Director – School of Architecture & Urban Planning (SARUP) & Campus Initiatives. As the need for private funding increases to support university priorities, fund development for both SARUP and university centers and institutes is critical. It is an exciting time be at UWM with a wide array of philanthropic opportunities to support student success, research excellence, and community engagement through a comprehensive university campaign that recently announced its public phase. ... more >
Mar 7 - Event Engagement Coordinator
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Fox Valley Region is committed to providing children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported, 1-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. Through the influence and impact of our mentoring programs, our children and youth partner with a caring, safe, stable adult volunteer in order to have the opportunity to foster stronger relationships, increase connections to and within the community, and empower meaningful conversations around personal development. Under the supervision of the Events and Marketing manager, the Event Coordinator is to work closely with the Events and Marketing Manager. He/She is responsible for assisting and executing high-quality, effective events in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters goals for fundraising. As a member of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Fox Valley Region, this position is also responsible for supporting and directly contributing to the organization’s strategic development and for building a culture of collaborative leadership. ... more >
Mar 1 - Development Officer
At Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, Inc. (PPWI), we work to provide quality, affordable health care services, comprehensive education, and strong advocacy. We serve over 60,000 patients annually in 21 health centers statewide, making us the largest and most trusted reproductive health care provider in Wisconsin. Our goal is to help keep Wisconsin safe, healthy and strong! This is an excellent opportunity for a Development Officer (40 hours/week) in our Northern Region. ... more >
Mar 21 - AFP Top Ten Fundraising Tips (Week of March 19, 2018): Emailing Donors, Better Photos, Donor-Advised Photos & More!
(Mar. 19, 2018) Our weekly round-up of blog posts, articles, videos and other resources to help you keep on top of latest trends and reach your fundraising goals. ... more >
Mar 20 - Three Things You Need to Know About Hosting a Charity Auction
(Mar. 20, 2018) An auction can be one of the best ways to raise money for your cause—provided you know what you're doing, of course. Here's a bit of advice to help you get started. ... more >
Mar 20 - Mastering the Four Fundamentals of Diversity in Giving
The AFP Webinar on Diversity in Giving: Moving from Awareness to Action, presented by Alphonce J. Brown, Jr., ACFRE, and Dr. Janice Gow Pettey on March 14, highlighted the need for fundraising today to be tailored to the interests, value, and traditions of the many, replacing the one size fits all approach. ... more >
Mar 20 - AFP Young Professional Spotlight: Leah Heister
AFP talked with Leah Heister, one of our first Outstanding Young Professionals, about how she got involved in fundraising, what it’s like to work in the consulting field, and the importance of networking and mentoring. ... more >
Mar 20 - April is National Financial Literacy Month—Ways to Educate Donors About Financial and Charitable Planning
April 2018 is the 14th anniversary of National Financial Literacy Month and an important opportunity for all charities to help educate donors about financial challenges and how planning—and including philanthropy in your planning—can help overcome those challenges. ... more >