As you may have heard, AFP Global will be increasing its dues for Professional and Associate members by $30 annually effective July 1, 2019. This is the first time in 10 years that an increase has occurred to these categories, which accounts for about 60% of all memberships. This change is being made now to continue to develop and enhance benefits and services, as well as ensure adequate resources to meet future member needs.
AFP Utah is committed to our mission of enabling people and organizations to practice ethical and effective fundraising through exceptional programming, professsional development, and networking opportunities. Like AFP Global, our chapter has continually taken strides to meet and exceed the needs of our members. We recently started a scholarship program for young development professional to underwrite their membership dues, recently hosted our first Membership Appreciation Event, recognize the philanthropy leaders in our community through Utah Philanthropy Day, and listened to member feedback to enhance our educational opportunities like our Fundraising Day Conference and Fundamentals of Fundraising Conference.
Thanks to the support of our local members and generous sponsors, we will not be increasing our chapter dues at this time. AFP Utah is committed to serving our members and community fundraisers as Utah's only organization dedicated to the professional development of fundraisers in the state.
For more information on the AFP Global membership increase or if you have questions or comments, please email AFP Global or read more here. If you have a question or a comment about what AFP Utah provides, please send us an email at .
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Did you know that the Millennial generation makes up a whopping one-third of the U.S. population now? Not only are Millennials a large percentage of your potential event attendees, they are also entering their prime spending years which could mean a larger bottom line at your event. However, Millennials are selective as to where they are willing to splurge and spend their hard-earned cash.
What can you do to make Millennials choose to attend your event? Read below for the five reasons Millennials are not attending events and what you can do to capitalize on this generation.
1) Thumbs-Down Theme...
2) Kid Duty...
4) Food Fail...
5) No FOMO...
Third Sun, a SLC-based branding and web design company, is offering a qualified nonprofit a pro-bono sponsorship for services valued up to $10,000 through its Design for Good Community Grant Program. Applications are being accepted now though April 30. Details available at thirdsun.com/design4good.
Do you know what percentage of donors who gave in 2017 said they could be persuaded to give more generously?
Take a peak at this report published by Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP).
Do you think like Lindee Nance? If you are seeking corporate support from Harmons Grocery
for your organization, you should!
Lindee Nance is the Vice President of Marketing and Advertising for Harmons Grocery
where she leads Harmons marketing and advertising efforts, collaborates across
operational teams to craft a compelling brand message, and serves as an operating
She cares deeply about bringing quality food experiences to Utahans, nutrition
education, and eliminating childhood hunger. Her love of storytelling has shaped her
approach to branding and communication; before devoting her full time attention to
Harmons, she worked as a photojournalist and director of marketing communications.
Lindee earned her Bachelor’s degree at Idaho State University and her Master of Arts
at Weber State University.
Catch Lindee at AFP Utah Chapter's "Think Like a Donor" workshop on Thursday, June 14, where she will
be one of several panelists representing philanthropic organizations across Utah. Register HERE!
AFP Members receive $25 off the already discounted member price with a coupon code sent to
them via email on May 17. Become a member today, and take advantage of this savings!
Kim Correa, Executive Director of The INN Between, was awarded the 2018 Outstanding Development Officer award at AFP Utah Chapter's Fundraising Day conference on April 11.
She was nominated by her colleague Matilda Lindgren, who lists the following as only a few of Kim's accomplishments:
1. Locating an existing building that doubled the organization's bed count at a fraction of the cost of a proposed new building.
2. Securing two loans to acquire the building.
3. Prior to and during the 2018 Legislative Session, (with the help of former Representative Kory Holdaway), meeting with many legislators to share the good work The INN Between is doing.
We are sure that, by now, Kim has even more impressive work under her belt. AFP Utah Chapter can't imagine a member of our community more deserving of the Outstanding Development Officer award. Congrats, Kim!
Click here to see previous winners.