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Association of Fundraising Professionals: Southern Arizona Chapter

Monthly Meetings

Our meetings are held monthly on the second Friday of each month at the Doubletree Hotel Reid Park, 445 S. Alvernon Way, for a map see below.

Meetings start with networking and breakfast at 7:30 a.m. and move on to introductions and announcements at 8:00 a.m. Every meeting has a speaker that provides education for the members, many of the presentations count toward CFRE credits. Meetings, time permitting, generally include a question and answer session with the presenter and end around 9:00 a.m.

Registration is required by noon on the Tuesday before the meeting. Click here to register by email, and pay at the door.

Online registration fees for most meeting are:
Members – $25.00 (plus $1.05 PayPal processing fee) 
Nonmembers – $35.00 (plus $1.35 PayPal processing fee)  Fees may be slightly higher for special events.

No shows with reservations will be billed!


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Upcoming

    Financially Robust Nonprofits: How Successful Organizations are Diversifying Resources

    October 13, 2017 7:30 am to 9:00 am

    In today’s market, nonprofit organizations are looking for ways to diversify revenue, understanding the connection between unearned (donated) and earned revenue.  But the truly successful nonprofits also understand the role that borrowing (debt) can play in managing for financial strength.  In this session, you will learn some ways in which your organization might use short-term debt for managing cash-flow, bridging gaps during an important capital campaign, and more!  Please invite your CEO, your Finance Director, your Board Chair and Board Treasurer – they will appreciate hearing this information!

    Presented by Maura Grogan, Nonprofit Loan Fund

    Maura joined the Nonprofit Loan Fund as Director in June 2014 after more than two decades working as an independent consultant to financial institutions, nonprofits, and Native nations. Since moving to Tucson in 1999, Maura has consulted extensively with Arizona nonprofits. Prior to that, she spent 11 years in banking, working for First Interstate Bank and Bankers Trust Company in Los Angeles and HomeFed Bank in San Diego in a variety of areas, including Fortune 500 company lending, foreign currency trading, international marketing, and consumer banking.  Maura chaired the boards of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture located in Scottsdale and Spring Green, Wisconsin, and the Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona in Tucson; and has served on many nonprofit boards during her career. Maura has a bachelor’s degree from Yale University.

    Members - $26.05

    Nonmembers - $36.35