Aloha Chapter Members

A Unique Professional Association In Hawaii Since 1983

AFP members are deeply committed to the field of fundraising.  Members renew an annual pledge to abide (and to ensure to the best of their ability that all members of their staff abide) by the AFP Code of Ethical Principles & Standards.  Aloha Chapter members foster the development and growth of fundraisers to benefit all aspects of society in Hawaii.

In addition, the Aloha Chapter advances philanthropy through engaging people and organizations to practice ethical and effective fundraising with our special spirit of aloha. Members are challenged to consider striving for a professional credential, whether the Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) or other advanced degree.

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Our Monthly Member Profile

In lieu of our traditional member profile, we will be featuring members reflections about the Aloha Chapter, in this year, where the chapter is celebrating its 40th Anniversary. Our first reflection is from Angie Britten, CFRE, Immediate Past President and current Aloha Chapter board member.

I was just five years into my fundraising career when I joined AFP. Being part of this chapter has been wonderful in so many ways. I am truly grateful for the mentoring, guidance, and friendships I’ve gained.

Looking back, my favorite memories come from every National Philanthropy Day Conference I’ve attended over the last 15+ years. I have had the honor to chair or co-chair the conference three times and loved every opportunity. Creatively developing an event that will inspire, engage, cause growth, allow for new connections, and the renewal of old connections is both challenging and rewarding. I love standing in the lobby as our attendees arrive for the day of activities. I love watching people hug hello, laugh, and enjoy seeing each other outside of the usual work grind.

This reflection has filled me with gratitude for all of you who are part of our AFP Aloha Chapter 'Ohana, and I look forward to seeing you all in November!  

Do you want to volunteer for a future AFP Aloha Chapter member profile? We’d love to share your story in an upcoming e-newsletter!  If you are interested, please email Susan Oshiro, Chapter Admin at