The 2020 Annual Conference: Building Leaders Who Fundraise
June 11 & 12, 2020 at the Washington State Convention Center
Registration is open for the 2020 Conference!
Advance Registration: until February 17
Full Conference: Early Bird Rate of $360 for members, $415 for non-members
Early Bird Registration: February 18 – April 10
Full conference: Early Bird Rate of $375 for members, $430 for non-members
One-day attendance: Early Bird Rate of $200 for members, $230 for non-members
Open Registration: April 17-June 10
Full conference: $430 for members, $495 for non-member
One-day attendance: $230 for members, $265 for non-members
Conference Walk-in: June 11 & 12
Full conference: $465 for members, $540 for non-members
One-day attendance: $250 for members, $285 for non-members
If you submitted to speak at the conference, we will be contacting finalists by January 31. The full conference schedule will be announced in February.
If you have any questions, please contact our office at (206) 338-7374 or email@example.com.Register Here
Our 2020 Keynote Speaker is Edgar Villanueva!
AFP Advancement Northwest is thrilled to announce Edgar Villanueva, author of Decolonizing Wealth: Indigenous Wisdom to Heal Divides and Restore Balance, as our keynote speaker for the 2020 Annual Conference: Building Leaders Who Fundraise.
Edgar Villanueva is a globally-recognized author and expert on philanthropy whose book Decolonizing Wealth offers compelling alternatives to the dynamics of colonization in the philanthropic and social finance sectors. Using his own personal experiences as a Native American grant maker and foundation executive—along with field data and dozens of funder interviews—Villanueva reveals the racial and colonialist dynamics at play in philanthropy and finance, including banks, investment funds, and aid organizations.
Advancement Northwest is committed to promoting the values of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility in our association and across the nonprofit sector. We believe our members must be informed allies and accomplices so that we can build a more equitable professional fundraising culture and industry. We also believe fundraisers can empower our colleagues and our donors to embrace and insist upon centering equity in our individual organizations.
You can follow Edgar Villanueva on Twitter and Instagram at @VillanuevaEdgar.