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Welcome to AFP, Volusia/Flagler Chapter!

The chapter is comprised of professionals from dozens of Volusia-Flagler’s largest nonprofits, educational institutions, foundations, and other, allied professionals that support philanthropy in our community as well as nurturing professional development among members. Please join us!

Monthly chapter meetings are designed to collectively promote philanthropy in our community, enhance best practices in the fund development field and offer ample opportunities to network and exchange ideas. Luncheon costs are $25 for members and $35 for non-member guests.

Membership information can be provided from Yoon Choi at Yoon.Choi1@erau.edu or (386) 226-7223. $25 of your membership fee to AFP National is directed back to your local chapter.

Learn more about our National Philanthropy Day Luncheon on November 14th.


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Oct 13 - Planned Giving Coordinator
The Planned Giving Coordinator is an essential member of the Development staff. The primary responsibilities are to educate, market, and solicit planned gifts for the diocese, parishes, schools, organizations, and other agencies within the Catholic Diocese of St. Augustine. ... more >
Oct 1 - Foundation Executive Director
The SMA Foundation is seeking an Executive Director. The SMA Foundation Executive Director will raise funds and make friends in support of the work provided by SMA Behavioral Healthcare, a non-profit community substance abuse & mental health system serving Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns and Volusia Counties in East Central Florida. The Executive Director is an energetic, forward-thinking and creative leader with highly developed interpersonal skills, ethical standards and professional image who is comfortable in the presence of a wide variety of groups and individuals. The Executive Director is responsible for overall strategic planning, financial, staff & program management, and networking with the community to educate about SMA programs and our need for support. The Foundation Executive Director will serve as a community relations advocate & spokesperson and ensure the perpetual nature of the SMA Foundation by continuously strengthening its ability to attract and serve its individual and corporate donors. ... more >
Nov 26 - Research Papers: Diverse Communities in Canada
The AFP Foundation for Philanthropy - Canada, Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration's Partnership Project along with the AFP ON, Greater Toronto Chapter and AFP ON, Ottawa Chapter coordinated a series of twelve conferences for fundraising professionals, donors and volunteers to develop a greater understanding of the giving traditions and charitable interests of these diverse communities in Ontario. ... more >
Nov 26 - Top Ten (Week of November 26, 2014): What to Leave Behind During a Major Gift Ask
(Nov. 26, 2014) Learn about this topic and more in this week’s top ten, including new evidence that touching the heart—and avoiding the head—may be more powerful in solicitations; tons of resources on youth philanthropy; how to make the most of YouTube (it’s the second most used search engine!); how direct mail is changing; and more! ... more >
Nov 25 - Isabel Allende to Speak at 2015 International Fundraising Conference
Isabel Allende, the celebrated Chilean-American novelist, memoirist, and advocate for empowerment of women and girls worldwide, will speak at AFP’s 2015 International Fundraising Conference on Baltimore, March 29 – 31. ... more >
Nov 19 - Top Ten (Week of November 17, 2014): What to Leave Behind During a Major Gift Ask
(Nov. 17, 2014) Learn about this topic and more in this week’s top ten, including how to guard privacy on the Internet; the fundamentals of crowdfunding; solving the great mysteries of donor retention; more lessons in nonprofit storytelling; a discussion on the limitations of strategic philanthropy; and more! ... more >