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AFP Greater Cincinnati Chapter Luncheon

November 13, 2014

National Philanthropy Day (NPD) is a special day set aside to promote philanthropy and recognize individuals, organizations and businesses that are inspiring change through their significant impact on nonprofit organizations.  Each day, generous benefactors and volunteers make a difference to people across a spectrum of nonprofit organizations from the arts to education to social services and everything in between. 

The National Philanthropy Day Luncheon is our annual, signature event at which people representing businesses, nonprofits, philanthropists and volunteers come together to celebrate our vibrant philanthropic community. 

All nonprofit organizations have the opportunity to participate in our Nonprofit Champions process by recognizing donors, volunteers and special friends who have made a truly exceptional impact.

CLICK HERE to go to the NPD Event Page for Information and Photos!

 

 

Additional Upcoming Events

 

Networking & Knowledge Breakfast

December 3, 2014

"Breakfast with the Philanthropists"

CLICK HERE for more information on this event!

 

Holiday Happy Hour!

Thursday, December 4, 2014

CLICK HERE for more information on this event!

 

 

*Greater Cincinnati Chapter earns 10 Star Gold again!  We are one of only 30 AFP chapters to earn the distinction!

 *Congratulations to the AFP Greater Cincinnati Chapter for winning the Charles R. Stephens Excellency in Diversity Award!

CLICK HERE to view a video outlining the award details

 

 

“We love associations and salute the AFP Greater Cincinnati Chapter for their commitment to excellence in advancing the fundraising profession!”

Jill Claire

Owner Secretary to the Public, Administrator AFP Greater Cincinnati Chapter, and AFP Member since 2005


 

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Nov 24 - Director of Development
Position Concept The Director of Development gives direction to the Development Department. Gives leadership to the Strategic Plan that guides the roll out and implementation of strategies in Operating, Capital and Foundations and Trusts fundraising. Serves as a member of the CEO’s Cabinet and shares in the leadership decision making process equally with other cabinet members to support the work of CEO and the Board of Directors. Principle Responsibilities 1. Directs Council fundraising strategies in Operating, Capital and Foundations and Trusts. 2. Supports the Council Vice President of Development and Chair of the Finance Study of the Strategic Plan. 3. Supports the CEO in leadership of the Council Executive Committee and Board of Directors. 4. Be the chief interface with the Greater Cincinnati, Butler County and Warren County United Ways. 5. Serves as a representative of the Dan Beard Council to the philanthropic community. 6. Serves as a catalyst for donor acquisition and relationship development. Other Related Activities: (Special Responsibilities): Must be knowledgeable and effective in planning and running meetings, budgeting, personal diplomacy, time management, volunteer development, organizing safe and well run volunteer activities and public speaking. Activities occur both inside and outside; 50-60 hours typical work week; weekend and night hours occasionally required. Travel: 10% or less. Would attend National Conferences and training opportunities. ... more >
Nov 16 - Corporate Relations Manager, Philanthropy Officer
Manager of Corporate Relations holds primary responsibility for management and solicitation of corporate support. This position works to establish personal connections and build relationships within the corporate community with the President, the Board of Trustees, Advisory Boards, leadership volunteers and staff members to cultivate and solicit corporate support for Cincinnati Museum Center. ... more >
Nov 12 - Director of Fundraising & External Relations
Cincinnati Works is seeking a Director of Fundraising & External Relations to support its programs in downtown Cincinnati. This position serves as the chief development officer for the corporation, developing and executing fundraising and marketing strategies to support ongoing operations and future growth. The position will be a key part of Cincinnati Works’ strategy to proactively develop and solidify new funding streams, and will be responsible for campaigns totaling more than $1,000,000 in direct support annually ... 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 >