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Welcome to the AFP Connecticut Chapter

AFP Connecticut Chapter has more than 200 members and is part of the International Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) representing more than 30,000 members in 230 chapters throughout the world. AFP members work to advance philanthropy through advocacy, research, education and certification programs. They foster development and growth of fundraising professionals and promote high ethical standards in the profession.

Monthly Scheduled Program:

May 21, 2015. 8:15-10:30 am. Sheraton Hotel South, 100 Capital Blvd, Rocky Hill, CT.

More information about this program will be available shortly.

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Mar 31 - Development Officer
The Development Officer creates and implements strategic and ethical approaches to fundraising to support The Amistad Center’s priorities. Approaches may include but are not limited to major gifts, corporate sponsorships, grants, individual gifts, events, membership enrollment, online fundraising and in-kind donations. ... more >
Mar 31 - Director of Development and Communications
Connecticut Voices for Children seeks a Director of Development and Communications, a senior staff position responsible for the planning and execution of fundraising and communication goals. The individual in this key role will work closely with the Executive Director and key Board members, leading the design and implementation of strategic development and communication initiatives. ... more >
Mar 20 - Senior Director of Research, Prospect Management and Analytics
The University of New Haven’s Office of Advancement is seeking applications for a Senior Director of Research, Prospect Management and Analytics. This position is part of a creative and energetic Advancement team that is in the quiet phase of a comprehensive capital Campaign that will culminate in the University’s centennial celebration in 2020. This position will provide crucial assistance to the President’s Office, Leadership/Major Gifts team and Advancement Operations. Responsibilities include overseeing research and prospect management, gathering and analyzing data to help increase fundraising effectiveness and enhancing the functionality of fundraising software to help grow the donor base. ... more >
Responsible for fulfilling the vital mission of the Connecticut Food Bank by managing and growing the financial development program to meet assigned goals. Drives revenue to meet critical targets as part of a leadership team dedicated to the continued expansion of the organization's mission of alleviating hunger across the 127 cities and towns it serves. Leads the development team in planning, managing and implementing fund development strategies while maintaining and soliciting a portfolio of major donors and prospects. ... more >
Mar 16 - Director of Development and Communications
Culture of Respect is a nonprofit organization that strengthens colleges and universities by providing them with a framework to assess and eliminate rape culture from their campuses. Our CORE (Culture of Respect Engagement) Blueprint is a road map to change behavior across all constituent groups: students, parents, faculty, administrators, health professionals, athletes and student leaders. Our online portal, www.CultureofRespect, is a centralized resource with content that spans the field from talking points for parents and reviewed and curated educational programs to digesting complies legal information for survivors and colleges. ... more >
Apr 1 - April 8: Free IRS Webinar on Charities and Unrelated Business Income Tax
On April 8, 2015, the Internal Revenue Service will be holding a free webinar: Unrelated Business Income Tax and Tax-Exempt Organizations. ... more >
Apr 1 - Conference Participants Crowd Source for a Good Cause
(April 1, 2015) On Sunday afternoon of the AFP International Fundraising Conference, BJ Bischoff (consultant and AFP Master Trainer) and Nathan Hand (director of advancement at The Oaks Academy and president of the AFP Indiana Chapter) presented a session about winning crowd-sourced charity voting contests. ... more >
Apr 1 - Detroit Fundraiser Richard Martin Honored for Lifetime Service to the Profession
Richard K. Martin., CFRE, an outstanding fundraiser who has been a leader in Michigan and around the world in encouraging the profession to address the issues of diversity and inclusion, is the recipient of the Chair’s Award for Outstanding Service presented by AFP. ... more >
Apr 1 - Nearly 75% of Charities Met Fundraising Goals in 2014
(April 1, 2015) The latest survey by the Nonprofit Research Collaborative finds that 73 percent of charities met their fundraising goals in 2014, the best result since the group began asking the question in 2010 and a marked increase over the 63 percent that met goal in 2013. ... more >
Mar 25 - AFP, Relationship Science Announce Strategic Partnership
The Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), the largest community of fundraising professionals in the world, has announced a new strategic partnership with Relationship Science (RelSci), a technology solutions company that enables organizations to strategically leverage the collective connections of employees, executives, and board members in order to shorten fundraising cycles and identify high-impact donors. ... more >
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