Welcome to AFP FL, Indian River Chapter. AFP Indian River promotes professional development, networking and volunteer opportunities for local fund development professionals, and is committed to diversity as an ongoing proactive process in its governance, committees, membership, programs and activities.
The Chapter's mission is to advance ethical philanthropy through education and peer support and advocacy, thus enabling individuals and organizations to better serve the diverse communities and people of Indian River County. The chapter holds regular educational sessions on various topics, and each November the chapter presents its National Philanthropy Day Celebration.
Born out of the Treasure Coast AFP Chapter in 2007, AFP Indian River now has over 70 members, which reflects a cross-section of Indian River County's nonprofit community, as well as the consultants and resource partners who serve our industry.
We welcome professionals at all career levels from organizations of all sizes. For more information on membership, click here>>
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Oct 5 - Gift Operations Assistant
The Gift Operations Assistant reports directly to the Gift Operations Coordinator. The position assists in maintaining donor records on the Foundation data base (Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge) including gift income to assure quality gift management and promotes positive donor experience. ... more >
Oct 5 - FINANCIAL OFFICER - FOUNDATION
The Financial Officer is responsible for the financial affairs of Indian River Medical Center Foundation (IRMCF), including accounting and financial reporting. He/She interprets, negotiates and solves problems to honor donor intent, directs the protocols and exceptions of funds tracking, and maintains an accurate accounting of the Foundation. ... more >
Dec 9 - Small But Mighty Diversity Efforts
Though they are a small chapter with only 51-100 members, that didn’t stop the AFP Miami Chapter stop from making great strides in their work towards a more diverse and inclusive fundraising world. The chapter set their sights on a diverse future of fundraising, earning them the Charles R. Stephens Excellence in Diversity Chapter Award for 2012-2013. ... more >
Dec 9 - Assess Your Year-End Appeals—Are You Doing Them Right?
(Dec. 11, 2013) At this point in the year you have likely already gone out with your year-end appeals and are in the midst of follow-ups, and hopefully, collecting and calculating donations. As you are knee-deep in appeal-season, it’s the perfect time to take a step back and assess your appeals to make sure you’re doing them the right way—it’s never too late to implement best practices. If nothing else, you’ll be well on your way to more successful appeals in 2014! ... more >
Dec 9 - Top Ten: 2013 #GivingTuesday Recap!
(Dec. 11, 2013) In its second year for the US, and its first year for Canada and many other countries, #GivingTuesday shatters records, inspires communities and benefits millions. Here is a round-up of some of the top stories coming out of 2013’s #GivingTuesday! ... more >
Dec 3 - An Inside View of the Diversity and Inclusion Summit—A Renewed Sense of Excitement
James Phelps, ACFRE, of the AFP Diversity and Inclusion Committee, takes you through the Diversity and Inclusion Summit that was held in October in Pittsburgh, Pa.—what issues were brought to the table and how to move forward. It will leave you with a renewed hope for the future of diversity and inclusion! ... more >