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The mission of the AFP Greater Austin Chapter is to facilitate ethical and effective philanthropy in Central Texas. The 370 members of the Greater Austin Chapter represent a cross-section of professionals who serve the diverse nonprofit organizations of our community.

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The core purpose of the AFP Greater Austin Chapter is to foster a vibrant philanthropic community through nurturing fundraising professional excellence.

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Integrity, Inclusion, Collaboration, Professionalism, Uncrushable Optimism

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Beyond the Grant: Exploring New Ways to Fund your Nonprofit

October 24, 2018

AFP of Greater Austin and Mission Capital are pleased to co-present Beyond the Grant: Exploring New Ways to Fund your Nonprofit! The expert speakers and interactive learning at this exciting half-day event will demystify the world of social enterprise and alternative financing models. You’ll hear valuable lessons learned from area nonprofits that are experimenting with new approaches to funding, and have ample opportunities to explore new approaches that may or may not be right for your organization alongside others who face similar questions.

*AFP members select member when registering to receieve the discount

For more information click HERE.


AFP International Diverse Communities Scholarship

Deadline to apply October 31, 2018

The mission of the AFP Diverse Communities Conference Scholarship Fund is to help ensure that AFP programs are inclusive and supportive of diversity-related issues and concerns, to provide financial support for activities that increase understanding and awareness of diversity issues within AFP, and to provide financial assistance for professional development for AFP members who self-identify as coming from a diverse community and/or who are employed by grassroots organizations that primarily serve diverse populations.  AFP is able to offer $1,500 scholarships ($595 conference fee + $905 for travel expenses) for each selected scholar.

For more information click HERE.


Member Social: How to Find & Keep a Development Rockstar

Co-Hosted by Mission Advancement & AFP Greater Austin Chapter

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Location: Ronald McDonald House Charities

Join Association of Fundraising Professionals, Central Texas Chapter & Mission Advancement for this month’s complimentary, member social and interactive workshop. Together we will discuss how to find and keep a development rockstar!

Featured topics include:
* typical issues that lead to having to replace a development officer
* key reasons for high turnover
* what organizations should look for when expanding or re-hiring
* the recipe for success for finding the right person have

Wear your favorite rockstar accessories (purse, jewelry, scarf, boots, shirt, etc.) for a little development show and tell icebreaker!

For more information click here.


The Next Generation of Giving

November 8, 2018

We can’t ignore it: Around the world, donor acquisition rates have fallen. Traditional channels alone just aren’t cutting it anymore. Events are more difficult to make successful than ever. And supporter engagement and communication preferences are becoming much more complex and demanding. Clearly, the traditional art and science of fundraising must adapt, or we might be in real trouble.

Find out how your organization can tap into the next generation of giving. At this luncheon, we’ll explore groundbreaking data from theNext Generation of Giving report series, the Blackbaud Institute for Philanthropic Impact’s definitive, multi-country study that reveals multichannel preferences and charitable habits of Generation Z, Millennials, Generation X, Baby Boomers, and Matures. We’ll talk you through the new dos and don’ts of omnichannel and on-trend multi-generational fundraising.

If you’re wondering about multi-channel and multi-generational fundraising, brand building and advocacy programs, social media, acquiring new and younger donors – or you just want to know how different generations of supporters and activists really feel about social impact – this fact-filled luncheon is for you! We’ll answer the following questions and more: Is there a generational difference in sustainer giving? Do young people care about direct mail? Can I make a digital fundraising strategy work for donors over 65 years old? Where do crowdfunding and giving circles fit in?

For more information and to register click HERE.


 

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