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Chapter Meeting Schedule

2022 Chapter Meeting Schedule


The AFP Northwest Arkansas Chapter holds chapter meetings on the third Wednesday of each month. Currently meetings are being held virtually and are free to members and $10 for non-members. Whether you are a member or non-member, we welcome you to join us! Registration is on-line only.

Please note the registration for AFP events or meetings is non-refundable.

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Endowment: Investing in Your Organization's Future
Date: January 19, 2022
Time: Announcements at 11:45 - Program 12:00 noon 
Location: via Zoom
Presented by Jody Dilday, Vice President Northwest Operations, Arkansas Community Foundation

Grateful Hearts / Panel Discussion on Establishing and Sustaining a Grateful Giving Program
Date: February 16, 2022
Time: Announcements at 11:45 - Program 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm
Location: via Zoom

Panelist: Tyler B. Clark, Single Parent Scholarship Fund NWA; Nicole Crawford, Mercy Foundation NWA; Shannon Dixon, Scott Family Amazeum; Amy Linimon, University of Arkansas; Eva Terry, Peace at Home Family Shelter

Moderated by: Jaclyn Keeter, Director of Development Administration, Washington Regional Medical Foundation


Cyber Security: Our Responsibility
Date: March 16, 2022
Time: Announcements at 11:45 - Program 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm
Location: via Zoom
Presented by:  Clinton Bell, CEO, Quadrivium

Legal Potholes You Must be Aware of as a Non-Profit
Date: April 20, 2022
Time: Announcements at 11:45 - Program 12:00 noon - 1:00pm
Location: via Zoom

OUTLINE

Legal boundaries are important for a non-profit. Understanding legal requirements for your organization, personnel, and mission will make your non-profit successful and sustainable. This session addresses the responsibility to uphold the standards of non-profit status at the state and local level as well as the responsibility to donors and the ethics in fundraising.

PRESENTER

Geoff Hamby, JD

Trial Attorney, Bailey & Oliver Law Firm

Geoff is a born and bred Arkansan who grew up in Van Buren. He has been calling the Hogs from Northwest Arkansas since he moved to attend the University of Arkansas in 2008. Geoff joined Bailey & Oliver Law Firm in 2014 during his second year at the University of Arkansas School of Law. His better half, Moriah, is a teacher with the Bentonville School District. Geoff is part of the Catastrophic Injury Team with Bailey & Oliver. 

When Geoff isn’t working, he enjoys playing golf, traveling, collecting vintage watches, and working with his church. Geoff is also the host of Bailey & Oliver’s YouTube channel, “Appealing Information.” Geoff regularly posts videos on Appealing Information about legal issues in our community, explanations of the legal process, and tips to live a safer life based on cases encountered by the firm.