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
AFP Southern Arizona Chapter wants YOU to present at 2014 Statewide Conference
The Association of Fundraising Professionals-Southern Arizona Chapter is seeking proposals for the 2014 Statewide Conference educational program. The 2014 Conference will be held in Tucson, Arizona at the Ventana Canyon Resort from July 16-18, 2014. We are seeking speakers to present on a wide range of topics and we are looking to expand and diversify this year’s program so please think “outside the box” when presenting your proposal.
Click here for the RFP with full details.
Congratulations to the 2013 National Philanthropy Day honorees!
Outstanding Philanthropist of the Year: Chandler Warden
Outstanding Corporate or Foundation Philanthropist: Desert Diamond Casino Entertainment
Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser: Carla Keegan
Outstanding Fundraising Professional: Angie Johnson Smith
Donor Protection: Keeping Your Donors Away From Tax Troubles!
March 14, 2014 7:30 am to 9:00 am
Speaker: Mark Rubin; Mesch, Clark & Rothschild, P.C. Topics to be covered will include: Getting your thank you letters right. What can and cannot be deducted: In-kind donations Appreciated stock and other assets Stuff (it’s a technical term NOT!) Mileage and other expenses. Mark Rubin joined Mesch Clark & Rothschild in January 2010. He received his BA […]