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Welcome to AFP Alaska Chapter

AFP Alaska Chapter is committed to supporting development professionals throughout the state of Alaska and we hope our website helps to do this. Statewide, we have over 150 active AFP members, who serve as development directors, fundraising consultants, grant writers, volunteer fundraisers, foundation executives, and other individuals dedicated to fundraising and philanthropy.

Heard about the Fundraising Effectiveness Project from luncheon presenter Larry Hostetler, but didn't catch the link? Well, here it is

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Feb 6 - Grants and Development Administrator
Responsible for grant program administration and development projects for Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center. Responsible for grant writing including researching, preparation, submission and file maintenance. Ensures implementation of a strategic approach to grant research, solicitation, submission and tracking as well as fundraising, which may include major gifts and corporate donations. Ensures program compliance requirements are met including timely filing of program reports. ... more >
Feb 4 - General Manager, KBBI
Kachemak Bay Broadcasting (KBBI) in Homer, Alaska, is seeking a General Manager to succeed the current manager who is retiring on April 8, 2016. To fulfill KBBI’s mission, the General Manager is responsible to the Board of Directors for enactment of Board policies and overall operation of the 10,000 watt AM station, now in its 35th year. ... more >
Feb 4 - Director of Philanthropy-Alaska Chapter
The Director of Philanthropy of the Alaska Chapter (DOP) is responsible for the management, planning and implementation of a comprehensive philanthropy program in Alaska that secures the necessary financial resources from foundations, corporations and individuals to support conservation goals in the state and around the world. ... more >
Feb 10 - Storytelling for Fundraisers
(Feb. 10, 2016) Let us tell you a story. It’s a story about how you as a fundraiser are making the world a better place. It’s about how your organization is feeding, clothing preserving, advocating for, healing, teaching, protecting and serving—however it is you do—your chosen charges. Used skillfully, the power of storytelling can have transformative results. AFP had a chance to chat recently with master storyteller Tom Ahern about using storytelling in fundraising, the topic of his upcoming webinar. ... more >
Feb 9 - Government Relations Tool Kit: If You Build It They Will Come
(Feb. 8, 2016) The newest AFP Canada toolkit walks you through the process of working with government officials on behalf of your charity and/or the issue it represents. Now, the question is, are you ready to start using the information to further GR public policy relevant to the nonprofit sector? ... more >
Feb 9 - Andrew Watt, FInstF Again Named a Distinguished 2016 Improving Financial Awareness & Financial Literacy Co-honorary Chair
(Feb. 1, 2016) In February, The Financial Awareness Foundation selected their distinguished 2016 Improving Financial Awareness & Financial Literacy co-honorary chairs representing thought leadership within Academia, Media, and Financial & Nonprofit Associations. Once again, AFP President & CEO Andrew Watt, FInstF will join this prestigious group. ... more >
Feb 8 - AFP’s Canadian National Scholarship Program – Apply Now!
Interested in professional development but waiting for the “right” time? How about now, with the added assistance of an AFP financial scholarship? ... more >