Please Note: Monthly Luncheon Programs are now being held at
The Sheraton Crescent Phoenix Hotel.
If you are coming to the venue east bound off Dunlap, north bound off the I-17, or South bound off the I-17, easiest access is the I-17 north bound frontage road just north of Dunlap.
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Join us for Planned Giving 203
The Arizona Community Foundation Center for Planned Giving invites you to join us for the final workshop in the Planned Giving 200 Series.
All the technical knowledge in the world does no good if you can't execute the ask. Find out what your asking style is and how it works (or doesn't) with different styles during Planned Giving 203, All About Asking. Then you can learn how to decide what your donor might be most receptive to hearing.
PLANNED GIVING 203
All About Asking
Wednesday, November 29
11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Lunch will be served
Debi Bisgrove Community Philanthropy Center at ACF
2201 E. Camelback Road, Suite 405B, Phoenix
This is the only Planned Giving 203 session planned for 2017. The session is free, but you must register online to participate.
The Planned Giving 200 Series emphasizes the basics of planned giving and endowment building for development staff at nonprofit organizations throughout Arizona. Workshops are led by ACF's Director of Planned Giving Judi Smith, CFRE, who has 30 years of experience working with a broad range of nonprofits and is a member of the board for the Planned Giving Round Table of Arizona.
Our thanks to Northern Trust for generously underwriting this series.
Read the latest edition of the Alliance of Arizona Non Profits The Connector........
Today’s emerging workforce is the largest and most diverse in American history. They number nearly 80 million, and will account for 50% of the workforce by 2020. Despite this many organizations fail to realize that fundamental differences exist in the ways young professionals and forbearers view the nature of employment, volunteerism, and philanthropy. This disconnect must be overcome if nonprofit organizations are to retain high-quality young talent, attract and maintain young professionals as volunteers, and eventually steward those volunteers to become the next generation of donors.
This session will provide an in-depth discussion of key generational characteristics and strategies for better retaining and cultivating young professionals.
When & Where
Wednesday, October 4
Location: Mesa Community College
(Main Library, room LB300)
1833 W. Southern Ave., Mesa AZ 85202
Meet & Greet: 11:30am - Noon
Luncheon: Noon – 1:30pm
AFP encourages you to pre-register for the luncheon prior to the deadline of 12 noon on Tuesday, October 3, 2017. If registering on-site the day of the luncheon, please note the cost increase and that we cannot guarantee a meal.
ALL No shows will be charged. Thank you for your cooperation.
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Read the latest edition of the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits Newsletter-The Connector........
The Capital Campaign: How to Prepare for the 59th Minute in Your Busiest Hour
Is there anything more exciting than the launch of a capital campaign? Board members, volunteers and major gifts fundraisers can’t wait for that all-consuming and exhilarating announcement of the new project that will allow the organisation to launch from the starting gate. But wait! There are many steps and a lot of time to get ready to make sure you cross that finish line successfully! Join Vivian as she shares with you the key elements of preparing for your next capital campaign.
At the end of this session participants will:
Tuesday, October 17
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: Child Crisis Arizona
817 N. Country Club Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201
*Please note the webinar is not available for remote participation.
AFP Member - Free / Nonmember - $25.00
Click here to register today!
PO Box 4130 Scottsdale, AZ 85261