Welcome! AFP Southern Arizona is committed passing the philanthropic torch forward and ensuring the legacy of our profession for generations to come. Our chapter’s Youth In Philanthropy Program is a national model curriculum for students in middle and high school. Students work together to select giving priorities, write a request for proposals, and distribute dollars to local charities. This year’s program is the Noah Cohen Memorial Youth Philanthropy Fund created by the Seventh Grade class at Congregation Or Chadash. This year’s grants will support programs in Southern Arizona that improve the lives of youth with special needs. For more information or to apply, download the RFP here
National Philanthropy Day (NPD) is a special day set aside each year to recognize and celebrate the many contributions that philanthropists, board members, volunteers, civic and corporate leaders, and non-profit professionals have made in our lives, our community and our nation. This year, NPD will again be celebrated on Friday November 21, 2014 with a luncheon at the Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa.
Five awards are presented each year to individuals or groups of Southern Arizona whose philanthropic contributions and dedicated volunteerism improve the quality of life in our community. Nominations may be made by executive directors, development professionals, board members and volunteers within your organization.
Nominate that special leader, individual or group, today. Nominations will be accepted through June 6, 2014. Awardees will be selected in late June and nominators will be notified of results at that time.
NPD 2014 Nominations Packet
A Closer Look at Philanthropy in Southern Arizona
May 9, 2014 7:30 am to 9:00 am
Presented by Stephanie La Loggia Stephanie will help us examine the “pie of philanthropy” in Southern Arizona: how much comes from individual donors, grantmaking organizations (foundations and grantmaking public charities) and volunteers. Among the questions discussed and answered will be What causes are supported? How much money stays in Southern Arizona? How much […]