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Welcome TO THE MONTANA AFP CHAPTER!

Our goal is to promote high ethical standards in the fundraising profession plus provide a network of support.  Through educational opportunities, networking events and mentoring, we provide members an engaging experience to achieve great results in their fundraising careers.

If you are a development professional, a volunteer involved in the philanthropic process, interested in fundraising as a career, or just want to know more about AFP, we welcome you!  For more information or to join the world's largest association of fundraising professionals, visit www.afpnet.org or contact the Montana Chapter at afpmontana@gmail.com.  We are here to help. 

Karrie Owen, AFP Montana Chapter President

Our Mission is to advance philanthropy by enabling people and organizations to practice ethical and effective fundraising


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Announcements

  • Donor Retention Workshop

    August 13, 2018
    8-5:30 pm
    UA Foundation
    1815 Bragaw 

    Topics covered:

     Understand why organizations lose donors and money
     Learn how to retain & upgrade donors to increase fundraising
    success
     Determine the effectiveness of your fundraising efforts
     Prepare a successful donor retention plan for your organization

    The AFP Donor Retention: A Self-Assessment Workshop is based on data collected from the Fundraising Effectiveness Project. The annual survey indicates that nonprofits are losing nearly as many donors and gifts as they gain each year.

    This 8-hour workshop will include small group work on a fictional case study based on real fundraising data. The goal is for you to develop a donor retention plan. You will learn the value of tracking overall gains and losses in gifts and donors – and then use that information to develop cultivation strategies to improve donor retention at your organization.

    Who Should Attend?

    The AFP Donor Retention: A Self-Assessment Workshop is designed for fundraising professionals who want to learn how to prepare a donor retention plan to keep and cultivate donors to increase fundraising success.

    Space is limited to first 25 participants
  • National Philanthropy Day 2018 Nominations Open Now!

    Nominations for our National Philanthropy Day 2018 Awards are open July 13-31, 2018 here.

    Nominations include the following categories:

    • Fundraising Campaign and/or Event of the Year
    • Fundraising Professional of the Year
    • Philanthropic Business/Corporation of the Year
    • Philanthropic Foundation of the Year
    • Philanthropic Media Organization of the Year
    • Philanthropist of the Year
    • Youth Philanthropist of the Year
    • Volunteer Fundraiser of the Year

    Please complete this survey form once for each nominee you wish to nominate. You are welcome to nominate multiple people, organizations, companies by completing this form as many times as you like. [NOTE: You may need to clear your browser history to complete the survey multiple times for multiple nominees/award categories.]

    Once nominations close, the NPD steering committee will notify nominees of their nomination, and then the panel of judges will proceed to select the 2018 award winners.

    Winners will be honored at the National Philanthropy Day luncheon at the White River Conference Room on Tuesday, November 13, 2018.

    Thank you for nominating outstanding people, organizations, and companies who improve our community in so many ways!

A Special Thank You to our AFP Montana Supporters!






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