Is there such a thing as “dirty” money? What measures are in place to ensure funds are used the way the donor wants them? Is there REALLY anything wrong with paying a commission to fundraisers? If you think ethics discussions are boring, uninteresting and irrelevant then you’re missing out. This fun, informative presentation was standing room only at the AFP International conference so you won’t want to miss it!
Ethics may seem simple and straightforward until you confront them head-on in a real life scenario. Come join us for a lively program addressing the real world of ethics and fundraising. Bring your energy, your experiences, your common sense – AND your sense of humor for this discussion on ethics like none you’ve seen before.
John A. Scola, CFRE is the Chief Development Officer for Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix. Known as a leader who drives results with his head and his heart, his breadth of experience includes: organizational development, strategic planning, capital campaigns, international fundraising, major gifts, corporate and foundation relations and annual giving. In addition, he has extensive volunteer leadership training and management experience and has worked with a variety of organizations in the areas of board and staff development and strategic planning. John is an AFP-Certified Master Trainer, the recipient of Greater Arizona Chapter’s Outstanding Executive Award, a certified BoardSource trainer and teaches at Arizona State University.