AFP Advancement Northwest
With over 350 members, AFP Advancement Northwest is one of the largest Association of Fundraising Professionals chapters in the world.
As a volunteer-led professional association, our goals are to elevate the professionalism of fundraisers at all stages of their careers, promote high ethical standards and build trust among donors, preserve and enhance philanthropy and volunteerism, and serve as one powerful voice in confronting the pressing challenges facing the nonprofit sector today.
Latest News and Updates
Registration is now open! At this year’s conference, we’re going to pick up the thread of some of the conversations that we started in this space and introduce you to new ones.
AFP Advancement Northwest’s new DEIA Resources webpage gives a historical context of institutional racism within the philanthropic community and workforce.
We invite all fundraisers in our community to join us for our next social from 4:00-5:00 p.m. Monday, May 23.
We have a great line-up of speakers for the 2022 Annual Conference on June 9 & 10. This online event is focused on the future of fundraising. Presenters will provide updates on recent shifts in the fundraising world and offer ideas for effectively navigating these changes and preparing your organization for a successful future.
Spring is in the air, the days are getting longer, and that means we are getting excited about the 2022 Annual Conference on June 9 & 10! Though the conference will be online again this year, we are kicking things off with an in-person networking reception on Wednesday night – that’s right, I said in-person. I can’t wait to see all of your smiling faces again.
“The good and bad of crypto donation: experience working with crypto donors.” Join a dynamic and interactive discussion exploring the ethics and logistics of working with crypto donors.
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