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National Philanthropy Day Awards, made through the Association of Fundraising Professionals, recognize outstanding achievement by donors, volunteers and philanthropists. 

Tickets are now available for NPD Reception on the evening of Tuesday, November 17, 2015 to celebrate local philanthropy. Make your reservation today! http://tinyurl.com/NPD2015Tix

 


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Jun 28 - Executive Director
Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary (GRNMS) is Georgia's underwater park. The natural live-bottom reef is teeming with marine life, including fish, sea turtles, sponges, crabs, sharks, and whales. Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary Foundation (GRNMSF) aims to develop ocean stewards through education, public awareness, and supporting the research and conservation initiatives of Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary. A chapter of the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation (NMSF), we promote the Sanctuary’s initiatives, raise funds on their behalf, make grants to the Sanctuary, and develop events to raise awareness for ocean conservation in close collaboration with the Sanctuary management team. Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary Foundation seeks a highly motivated part-time Executive Director with experience in fundraising and organizational management to capitalize upon the Foundation’s successful initial 18 months. Applicants should possess knowledge of non-profit organizations and have experience working with a Board of Trustees. The position represents the only paid employee for the Foundation, and presents a unique opportunity to showcase leadership skills and organizational management in support of our ocean. The Executive Director works very closely with the leadership and staff of GRNMS. While the Foundation and Sanctuary are two separate entities, close coordination and open communication has been a key to the success of the Foundation and its working relationship with the Sanctuary. Currently, GRNMSF has two major events per year that bring in a significant portion of its funding. The Executive Director, with excellent support from the Board of Trustees, GRNMS leadership and staff, and the NMSF Foundation Relations Manager, will be responsible for organizing and hosting those events and raising additional funds to reach the fundraising goal of $87,500 within a year from beginning work. ... more >
Jun 7 - DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE
The Development Associate works to process, record, and acknowledge individual gifts to the Savannah Music Festival, produce special events that support donor cultivation and retention goals and fulfills festival ticketing services for SMF’s individual donors. In addition to maintaining the CRM database he/she coordinates fundraising activities including direct mail appeals, sponsorship benefit packages and fulfillment of individual donor benefits. The Development Associate reports to the Development Director. ... more >
May 25 - Development/Fundraising Summer Internship (unpaid)
The Development Department internship is available for college credit based on individual school requirements. The schedule is flexible, although a minimum of 10 hours per week is required. Students will gain experience in some of the following areas: donor/prospect research, special event planning/management, corporate sponsorship, collateral creation, CRM database management, fundraising best practices, nonprofit and arts administration. ... more >
May 3 - Executive Director
Job Summary: Reporting directly to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will have responsibility for the overall strategic direction as well as overseeing the day to day operational responsibilities of the Coastal Center for Developmental Services, its subsidiary, staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. S/he will have deep knowledge and ability to implement core programs, operations, and business plans. This position is exempt from overtime compensation. ... more >
Jun 21 - AFP Diverse Communities Scholarship Program Overview & Criteria
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 the Association of Fundraising Professionals (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. ... more >
Jun 21 - 100 Percent Chapter Board Participation
The following AFP chapters have led by example and achieved 100 percent board participation in the 2016 BE the CAUSE Campaign. These chapter boards serve as motivation and inspiration to chapter members to make their gifts. ... more >
Jun 15 - AFP Fundraising Dictionary: Now Available in French!
Pilot. Sleeper. Flag. When seasoned fundraising professionals hear these words, they don't always bring to mind an airplane, nap time or a symbolic piece of cloth blowing in the wind. In the fundraising arena, these and other words have specific meanings not used in the everyday world. The AFP Fundraising Dictionary has now been translated to French for Canadian members. ... more >
Jun 15 - Welcome to the 2016 Cohort of Inclusion and Philanthropy Program Fellows
In our first year, 31 fellows in the Inclusion and Philanthropy Program accessed the AFP network and educational resources. They participated in specialized access and equity training, and they discussed tools and methods to plan their own inclusion projects, including measuring the impact of those projects. ... more >