SAVE THE DATE - National Philanthropy Day 2017
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2017
7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Big Changes for the 2017 NPD Conference & Luncheon
The Association of Fundraising Professionals – Aloha Chapter is hard at work creating a dynamic day of learning and connecting that will appeal broadly to fundraisers at all levels, leadership, and philanthropists across all sectors. We are proud to announce two positive changes to the schedule.
1) A longer morning networking period with coffee and pastries.
2) A later start time to the educational sessions to accommodate our neighbor island attendees.
Additionally, the first breakout session of the day will be a single “mega-session” for all attendees presented by Gail Perry! Gail will offer learning opportunities never before presented and specifically tailored to our audience. Get ready for a relevant, substantial and inspiring morning!
More about Gail Perry:
Gail Perry, MBA, CFRE, is an international fundraising consultant, keynote speaker, trainer and philanthropy leader. She is a leader in the new breed of fundraisers who are on the cutting edge of fundraising today.
Her Fired-Up Fundraising approach, developed over the past 30 years as a nonprofit philanthropy expert, has helped organizations raise hundreds of millions in gifts.
Gail’s practical and refreshing approach to raising money in today’s world pulls from the very latest innovative strategies. She leads energizing fundraising workshops and board retreats around the globe. She particularly enjoys working with nonprofit board members; introducing them to a new perspective on fundraising and how they can be successful.
Gail was recently named #10 on the list of America’s Top Fundraising Experts, published by Philanthropy Media. Her best-selling book, Fired-Up Fundraising: Turn Board Passion into Action (Wiley/AFP) has been called the “gold standard guide to building successful fundraising boards.”
Gail launched her fundraising career at Duke University and then went on to lead fundraising at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. You can read her weekly blogs at FiredUpFundraising.com, and also find her provocative articles at Fundraising Success, Guidestar and Capital Campaign Masters.
RFP For 2017 Chapter Educational Programs
The AFP Aloha Chapter seeks proposals for educational programs for its 2017 program year.
Program topics should appeal to fund development professionals, executive directors and CEOs, board members and volunteers.
Topics range from the science of fundraising strategies to leadership skills, current events affecting the field, the use of technology and other areas of interest to our membership. Apply Now!
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