chattanoogaSince 1987, this active group has been supporting the philanthropic landscape in Chattanooga, Tennessee and the surrounding area. Whether you are a seasoned fundraiser, new to the field or an executive director of a small to mid-sized nonprofit charged with the development efforts of your organization, we would like to see you at an upcoming meeting. 

We focus on delivering innovative educational programs and events to help you reach your goals. AFP is your link to professional networking events, roundtable sessions, programs for advanced executives, mid-career professionals, and those new to the field. We also offer opportunities for volunteering, sponsor special events like National Philanthropy Day Chattanooga, and much more. Subscribe to our newsletter to stay informed about upcoming programs or register for an event today.

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  • AFP Community Statement

    While we have made progress as a country, we still have far to go to achieve racial equality.

    As fundraisers for nonprofit organizations, no matter our cause, we are part of the solution to making the world a better place—by listening, empathizing, inspiring, raising funds, and taking action.

    Our chapter is a designated "IDEA Champion” and follows the principles of IDEA: Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access. But, we know we can do more. We are committed to supporting organizations working on issues of equality, racism, and racial justice through monetary donations. Our members raise funds for thousands of different causes, but stamping out institutional racism must be a priority for all. Most importantly, regardless of our race, gender, socioeconomic circumstances, sexual preferences, geography, or any other applied labels, we must ALL act, and we must all act TOGETHER.

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    Nominations are open for our annual National Philanthropy Day celebration this November. Please nominate the people and organizations who continue to make a difference in our philanthropic community. 

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