The Eastern PA Chapter of AFP is pleased to announce that applications are being accepted for the 2020 AFP Foundation Chamberlain Scholarship Award to attend the annual AFP International Fundraising Conference. This program is designed to help individuals serving non-profit organizations develop their knowledge and skill in fundraising.
The AFP Chamberlain Scholarship will cover the registration fee for the AFP 57th International Fundraising Conference in Baltimore, MD, March 29-31, 2020. The successful applicant or their agency/organization will be responsible for their airfare and accommodations to attend the conference in March 2020.
- The applicant must be a member of the Eastern PA Chapter.
- The applicant must be employed as a fundraising professional and/or have a position that requires at least half of their time to be spent on fundraising activities.
- The applicant has never attended an AFP International Conference on Philanthropy.
- The applicant agrees to share a few comments about their experience in the Chapter e-newsletter and complete an evaluation form for AFP International.
The 2020 AFP Foundation Chamberlain Scholarship Application is attached here
. Applications must be received no later than Friday, October 18, 2019.
Email to the chapter office at email@example.com.
Any questions, please contact:
Jeni M. Siegfried
For more information regarding the AFP International Conference, please click the following link: http://afpicon.com/
"As a young fundraiser at the beginning of my career, the Chamberlain Scholarship for AFP ICON was truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. It was a privilege to meet other fundraisers from around the world, discover how they fulfill their important missions, and learn the latest tips and trends for the best fundraising practices. The AFP ICON experience was not only a monumental stepping stone for my professional development, it also created possibilities for personal growth and room for life-long friendships. The most valuable thing of all is the ability to take all of this and more back home with me so that my team and I may use these new tools to advance our mission."
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