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  • 2015 AGM - AFP Vancouver - Association of Fundraising Professionals Vancouver Chapter
    30 pm on THURSDAY JUNE 18 2015 at the Century Plaza Hotel 1015 Burrard St Vancouver To receive and file the Financial Statements of AFP Vancouver for the fiscal year ending December 31 2014 To vote on the board of director nominees To transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting or any adjournment thereof Make Your Voice Count To ensure your vote is counted please be

    Original URL path: http://afpvancouver.org/Vancouver-Chapter/2015-AGM.aspx (2016-02-18)
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  • Board of Directors - AFP Vancouver - Association of Fundraising Professionals Vancouver Chapter
    Directors of the Board Rob Appleton Vice President Resource Development President and CEO Sarah McLachlan School of Music Angela Chapman Vice President Communications Vice President Philanthropy Vancouver General Hospital Foundation Cary Gaymond CFRE Vice President Community Engagement Chair Giving Hearts Awards Associate Director Planned Giving BC Cancer Foundation Harvey McKinnon CFRE Vice President Professional Development President Harvey McKinnon and Associates Jeff Sodowsky CFRE MBA MA Vice President Membership Advancement Chief

    Original URL path: http://afpvancouver.org/Vancouver-Chapter/Board-of-Directors.aspx (2016-02-18)
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  • Committees - AFP Vancouver - Association of Fundraising Professionals Vancouver Chapter
    the benefits and uses of the site We work to ensure consistency of content functionality design and usability of AFP Vancouver s online presence in support of the Chapter s stated mandate to inspire philanthropy in our community e Communications Committee Members Rory Green Associate Director Development Faculty of Applied Science Simon Fraser University Christine Smith Project Manager Raised Eyebrow Web Studio FRASER VALLEY COMMITTEE Chair Christopher Duffin University of the Fraser Valley The Fraser Valley Committee offers professional development opportunities that benefit AFP members in the Fraser Valley The committee fosters development and growth of fundraising professionals committed to the preservation and enhancement of philanthropy The committee supports fundraising professionals as they pursue personal development through meaningful learning opportunities in industry best practices competency and standards The committee works collaboratively with AFP Vancouver to strenghten membership through community engagement recruitment and retention Fraser Valley Committee Members Stephanie Beck Peace Arch Hospital and Community Health Foundation Andrea Coogan BC Cancer Foundation Cyndy Hill Surrey Libraries Kate Ludlam Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation GIVING HEARTS AWARDS PROGRAM COMMITTEE Co Chairs Kyle Tiney CFRE Crisis Centre of BC and Faye Wightman FLW Consulting and Management Services Inc The Giving Hearts Awards Committee organizes the annual award program to recognize individuals families and groups who have made an exceptional difference to our community through the impact of their generosity The committee works in collaboration with the Public Relations Communications and National Philanthropy Day Committees to organize the Vancouver Chapter awards program Finalists are selected in September by a jury of five volunteer judges with the Chair serving as non voting moderator AFP Giving Hearts Committee Members Letizia Ferreira Canadian Cancer Society Kaleigh Gellert BC Children s Hospital Foundation Ben Nuemer Breakfast Clubs of Canada Kailyn Skuban TELUS World of Science MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE Chair Stephanie Trimble BC Children s Hospital Foundation The Membership Committee focuses on ensuring that members have a full understanding of the benefits of membership in AFP International and the local Vancouver chapter We work to find ways to promote membership with both new and returning members through effective marketing and member feedback We encourage individual membership that represents a broad spectrum of local charities and non profits Membership Committee Members Laura Benoit St Paul s Hospital Foundation Christopher Duffin Justice Institute of British Columbia Jessica Harman Covenant House Vancouver Amanda Sayfy Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Lauren Wagner BC Children s Hospital Foundation NATIONAL PHILANTHROPY DAY COMMITTEE Co Chairs Marla Penner Heather Corsi National Philanthropy Day NPD is the first official day in the world recognized by the Canadian government on the fifteenth of November each year celebrated by fundraisers government leaders corporations and individuals who wish to honor all contributions philanthropy has made to the community Celebrating philanthropy in the Lower Mainland the National Philanthropy Day Luncheon Vancouver coordinated by this AFP Vancouver committee is attended by approximately 700 philanthropists volunteers fundraisers and support staff from over 100 non profit organizations National Philanthropy Day Committee Members Linda Foster Lana Gunnlaugson Mark

    Original URL path: http://afpvancouver.org/Vancouver-Chapter/Committees.aspx (2016-02-18)
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  • E-newsletter - AFP Vancouver - Association of Fundraising Professionals Vancouver Chapter
    Scholarship Program Youth in Philanthropy Consultants Directory Postings Resources Home Vancouver Chapter E newsletter Chapter E Newsletters October 2013 October 2012 June 2012 March 2012 January 2012 September 2011 Subscribe to our e newsletter mailing list Association of Fundraising Professionals

    Original URL path: http://afpvancouver.org/Vancouver-Chapter/Newsletter.aspx (2016-02-18)
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  • Become a Member - AFP Vancouver - Association of Fundraising Professionals Vancouver Chapter
    directly for fundraising c who are compensated for their services and d who subscribe to the AFP Code of Ethical Principles and Standards and promote the Donor Bill of Rights Active members in good standing may vote serve on chapter or Association committees and task forces and hold Association or chapter office 250 00 plus chapter dues of 75 Young Professional Young Professional Open to persons who hold some degree of responsibility directly for fundraising work within the U S and Canada and are compensated for their services and are 30 years old or younger must subscribe to the AFP Code of Ethical Principles and Standards and its bylaws and promote the Donor Bill of Rights and be employed or have been employed by an organization that provides benefits to society 75 includes chapter dues Associate Associate membership in the Association shall be open to individuals or volunteers a who are engaged in fields related to fundraising and fundraising support or b who have mutual interests with fundraising professionals and c who subscribe to the AFP Code of Ethical Principles and Standards and promote the Donor Bill of Rights Associate members in good standing may vote serve on chapter or Association committees and task forces and hold Association or chapter office 250 00 plus chapter dues of 75 Organizational Membership Categories Nonprofit Organization Large Open to nonprofit organizations who wish to have multiple members in the association The organization will designate a minimum of eight 8 individuals to receive Professional level member benefits The memberships may be transferred to another individual if the original member leaves the organization Must subscribe to the AFP Code of Ethical Principles and Standards and promote the Donor Bill of Rights Nonprofit Organizational members in good standing may vote serve on chapter or Association committees

    Original URL path: http://afpvancouver.org/Membership/Become-a-Member.aspx (2016-02-18)
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  • Accreditation - AFP Vancouver - Association of Fundraising Professionals Vancouver Chapter
    in philanthropy Did you know that CFRE designated fund development professionals earn an average of 17 000 more per annum than their non CFRE designated counterparts And ACFRE designated professionals earn an average of 80 000 more per annum Most AFP Professional Development events qualify for points towards the continuing education requirements for becoming a Certified Fund Raising Executive CFRE How Do I Become Certified Start by visiting the CFRE

    Original URL path: http://afpvancouver.org/Membership/Accreditation.aspx (2016-02-18)
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  • Code of Ethics - AFP Vancouver - Association of Fundraising Professionals Vancouver Chapter
    and enhance philanthropy and volunteerism Members of AFP are motivated by an inner drive to improve the quality of life through the causes they serve They serve the ideal of philanthropy are committed to the preservation and enhancement of volunteerism and hold stewardship of these concepts as the overriding principle of their professional life They recognize their responsibility to ensure that needed resources are vigorously and ethically sought and that

    Original URL path: http://afpvancouver.org/Membership/Code-of-Ethics.aspx (2016-02-18)
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  • Categories & Nomination Forms - AFP Vancouver - Association of Fundraising Professionals Vancouver Chapter
    roles on a community national and or international level 2 awards will be presented annually one for philanthropists donating up to 1M to the nominating organization annually and one for philanthropists donating more than 1M to the nominating organization annually Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser This award recognizes an individual or family that has demonstrated outstanding skills in coordinating and motivating groups of volunteers for fundraising projects to benefit non profit organizations The recipient must have demonstrated exceptional leadership skills in coordinating groups of volunteers for major fundraising projects for MORE than one non profit organization Outstanding Youth Philanthropist This award recognizes service by a young person or group of young people ages 12 to 23 who have demonstrated outstanding commitment to the community through direct financial support development of charitable programs volunteering and leadership in philanthropy Outstanding Corporation Over 50 Employees A corporation or its corporate foundation who has demonstrated an outstanding commitment through financial support and through encouragement and motivation of others to take leadership roles toward philanthropy and community involvement Outstanding Small Business Under 50 Employees A small business of not more than 50 employees who has demonstrated an outstanding commitment through financial support and through encouragement and motivation of others to take leadership roles toward philanthropy and community involvement Giving Hearts Lifetime Achievement Award The Board of Directors of the AFP Vancouver Chapter has established a Giving Hearts Lifetime Achievement Award to be presented in recognition of an individual s extraordinary contribution and dedication to the fundraising profession The Giving Hearts Lifetime Achievement Award will recognize outstanding professional and volunteer contributions to the philanthropic sector to AFP to the profession and to the community Current AFP Vancouver Board Members members of the Judging Committee and self nominations are not eligible for this award This award will be presented

    Original URL path: http://afpvancouver.org/Giving-Hearts-Awards/Categories-and-Nomination-Forms.aspx (2016-02-18)
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