AFPNEO

Collaboration

Principles & Techniques of Fundraising

September 6 & 7 and 13 & 14
8:00 - 5:00 pm

Aultman Health Foundation,
2600 Sixth St. SW Canton, OH. 44710

Maximize your fundraising success through this timeless course that teaches the tried-and-true practical skills of effective fundraising. Strengthen your fundraising abilities by learning proven fund development tools, and draft a specific fundraising plan to grow your organization.

This four-day comprehensive course includes the complete fundraising cycle, including:

bulletAn Overview of Fundraising
Institutional Readiness

bulletSelecting the Right Fundrasing Vehicle

bulletProspective Donor Research

bulletThe Capital Campaign

bulletCorporations and Foundations as
Markets

bulletBudgeting and Managing for
Fundraising

bulletPreparing a Fundraising Plan

and much, much more!

$450 for Leave a Legacy/AFP members
$550 for Non-members
Reservation/Payment Deadline:
Friday, August 24. 2018

Approved for 27.0 CFRE credits

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Professional Development Meeting
The Danger of a Single Story!

September 18 | 8:00 - 9:45 am
Shaw Jewish Community Center, Akron

8:00 - 8:30 am ... Breakfast and Welcome
8:30 - 9:45 am ... Program

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dangerWe are aware of the ways in which we can most effectively serve diverse clients, but we are not always aware of the ways in which our unconscious biases can interfere. This program explores the “Single Story” bias and how it can negatively impact our interactions with others, especially when the bias is operating outside of our awareness.

Single stories are single accounts or stereotypes that we hold about others, based on the social group we assume that they belong to. This workshop will explore this concept through interactive activities and discussions.

Amanda Cooper PhDDr. Amanda Cooper is the Director of SHIFT Consulting at The Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio.  She specializes in the design and implementation of culture, change, and inclusion focused initiatives. At The Diversity Center, she leads a team of passionate leaders in the field of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Together, they support the development of productive, respectful, and inclusive organizational cultures.

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CFRE Study Group Meeting Dates

The AFPNEO chapter is hosting a meeting for the CFRE Study Group:

Tuesday, August 28, 5:45 pm
Akron Public Main Library in Downtown Akron, Room #3 – Floor 2R
60 South High Street Akron, Ohio 44326

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There’s a public parking lot underneath the library. The first hour is free.

Barb Mucci will attend to share her experience. She passed the CFRE test last year and is familiar with the format.

Email csheeks@uakron.edu to let her know if you will attend.

There is a free webinar called The CFRE Exam: Setting Yourself Up for Success Webinar. Click here to access the webinar and here to access the handouts.

AFPNEO has created a CFRE study group listserv. The purpose of the group is to allow members to make study plans, ask questions, and celebrate each other’s success when they achieve CFRE credentials. If you would like to be added to that list, please send an email to info@afpneo.org.

 

 

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GPA

The Grant Professionals Association in Ohio presents a one-day regional conference to provide professional development and networking for grant and nonprofit professionals in Ohio and neighboring states. The Whole Nine Yards: From Prospecting to Reporting, will be held on September 21, 2018, from 9am to 4pm at the Quest Conference Center in Columbus, Ohio.

The keynote speaker is Gene Tempel, EdD, Professor of Philanthropic Studies and Founding Dean Emeritus, Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy and the President Emeritus, Indiana University Foundation. Nine additional breakout sessions will offer a variety of topics in grants, fundraising and non-profit management .

The conference is open to GPA members and non-members. Early bird registration ends on August 31: Members $100, Non-members $125, Students $50. For more information or to register, click here.

 

 

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Current Job Postings

New postings appear in green.

Director of Annual Giving, Malone University - 8/30/2018

Director of Alumni Relations, Walsh Jesuit High School - 9/15/2018

Events Manager, Soap Box Derby - 9/30/2018

Director, Advancement (Planned Giving) #990191, Kent State University - 9/30/2018

Director, Advancement (Student Affairs), Kent State University - 9/30/2018

Director of Development and Community Relations, SHC/The Arc of Medina County - 10/31/2018

Associate Director, Portfolio Development, Kent State University - 10/31/2018

Director of Development, Stark County Catholic Schools - 12/31/2018

 


Click here for more information regarding each of these job opportunities or to post new jobs.

NPD News
Partner with AFP to celebrate philanthropy in Northeast Ohio!

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The Association of Fundraising Professionals Northeast Ohio Chapter will celebrate National Philanthropy Day (NPD) on November 2, 2018, at the Hilton Akron/Fairlawn.

National Philanthropy Day is a celebration of all forms of philanthropy in our community and the AFP Northeast Ohio Chapter encourages our local non-profits to recognize those that make it happen.

We'd like to thank our current presenting sponsors for the 2018 awards luncheon:


Akron Children's Hospital

Walk For Babies
Special Recognition Award



Kent State University

LeBron James Family Foundation
Foundation Leadership Award


Refuge of Hope

Ron & Dawn Hartman
Outstanding Philanthropist Award


 

You too can become a sponsor and recognize your organization’s incredible donors and volunteers.

The following sponsor levels are available:

Presenting Sponsors - $2,500
($2,020 of this sponsorship is tax-deductible)
Presenting sponsors will receive sponsorship of the award, including name recognition on the NPD home page and eblasts and logo recognition in all other event materials. This sponsorship includes a full-page program ad. Presenting sponsors will also receive two tables for 8 guests per table (16 guests total) as well as recognition during the awards ceremony.

The following awards are available for sponsorship:

bulletSmall Business Leadership Award:
Metis Construction Services, Inc.
bulletCorporate Leadership Award:
Allstate Insurance
bulletOutstanding Volunteer Fundraiser
Award: Kim Haws Falasco
bulletSpecial Recognition Award:
Auxiliary Board of Stan Hywet Hall
& Gardens

bulletOutstanding Professional Fundraiser
Award: John LaGuardia
bulletLifetime Achievement Award:
Vincent & Nancy DiGirolamo
bulletYouth in Philanthropy Award:
Student C.A.S.T. (Caring And Serving
Together)

bulletGeneral Luncheon Sponsor

Community Champion Sponsors - $1,500
($1,260 of this sponsorship is tax-deductible)
Community Champions will receive one table for 8 guests and a full-page program ad, as well as sponsorship recognition in the program and website. 

Hometown Hero Sponsors - $1,000
($820 of this sponsorship is tax-deductible)
Hometown Heroes will receive lunch tickets for 6 guests and a half-page program ad, as well as sponsorship recognition in the program and on the website.

Vanguard Sponsors - $500
($380 of this sponsorship is tax-deductible)
Vanguard Sponsors will receive lunch tickets for 4 guests and a quarter-page program ad, as well as sponsorship recognition in the program and on the website.

Program Booklet Advertisements
Salute an award recipient or promote your organization in the program and on the website.

Table Sponsor - $600
($360 of this sponsorship is tax-deductible)

Patron Sponsor - $100 per ticket
($70 of each ticket is tax-deductible)

 

Click here for sponsorship reservations.

Click here for table/ticket reservations.

 

 

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Apply for the AFPNEO Board of Directors

Do you love AFP and the benefits it provides to our profession? If you are an active AFP member, we would love to have you on the Board of Directors. Being on the Board means you have a role in deciding the direction of the chapter and what programming we offer to fundraising professionals throughout our community.

We are currently accepting nominations and applications for 2019 Board of Directors until September 15th. Click here to fill out an application for yourself or nominate a colleague.

If you would like more information about serving on the Board, please contact Kristie Woods, Chair, Committee on Directorship, at kwoods@refugeofhope.org

 

 

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Join Our LinkedIn Group

Ever want to send a question to other fundraisers who might have the answers?

Join the AFPNEO LinkedIn group and post your questions and share your experiences. Be sure to go to the More tab and select Your Settings so that you can set it up to send weekly or daily digest emails.

 

 

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AFPNWO presents
CFRE Refresher Course

September 21, 2018 | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Hospice of Northwest Ohio Toledo Hospice Center: 800 S. Detroit Ave, Toledo OH 43609 (directions)

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The AFP CFRE Refresher Course asks participants to apply fundraising theory, skills, and techniques within the six knowledge domains of the field, based on three or more years of professional experience in fundraising. This one-day course is a combination of a high-level review, self-exploration of knowledge, and peer exchange of best practices – all of which are facilitated two of Toledo's most knowledgeable fundraising practitioners: Ken Frisch, ACFRE - Vice President, Philanthropic Services & Advancement, Toledo Community Foundation (retired) & Vern Snyder, CFRE, ACFRE - Vice President for Institutional Advancement, The University of Toledo Foundation (retired).

Members: $390; Non-Members: $490 Registration fee includes course manual and lunch.

Approved for 8.0 CFRE Credits; documentation

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NPD Awardee Profile
Kim Haws Falasco
Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser Award

AFPNEO is pleased to present Kim Haws Falasco the AFPNEO Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser Award for 2018. She was nominated by AFPNEO member Colette Taylor of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Western Reserve

Kim Haws Falasco

Kim Haws Falasco’s driving force is creating a caring community for Greater Akron. She is a community activist who dedicates her time and energy to make Akron a better place to live. Kim’s passion is evident through her interests in women’s issues and youth and community improvement activities.

Kim Haws Falasco

Kim is a frequent volunteer with the BGCWR

Kim is a graduate of Leadership Akron Class 20. Through her experience in Leadership Akron, she discovered the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Western Reserve (BGCWR) and for 15 years, she has dedicated herself to the organization’s cause.  As immediate past board chair, she provides guidance to the current chair and continues to encourage active participation from board members. Kim is involved on the community engagement committee, providing advice on marketing and development activities for the organization.

Kim Haws Falasco

Not only does Kim devote her time and provide financial support, she shares the successes of BGCWR to raise awareness and inspire others to join the effort. She also personally invests in the administrative staff at BGCWR, supporting their attendance at professional development activities and key networking events, providing them with the opportunity to learn more ways to advance the organization’s mission.

Kim Haws Falasco

Kim was co-chair of the American Heart Association's 2016 Go Red Campaign; left to right: 2016 Co-Chairs Marty Hauser and Kim Haws Falasco with Larry Burns from the University of Akron)

Kim is active with other local organizations. Since 1997, she has been involved with Keep Akron Beautiful and currently serves as co-chair of fundraising and Vice Chair of the Board. Kim served on the board of the Women's Endowment Fund of the Akron Community Foundation for nine years continues to be a champion of the cause, supporting events and contributing financially. She serves on the board of Summit County Court-Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), and is involved with Girls on the Run and United Way of Summit County. Kim served on the American Heart Association’s 2016 campaign executive committee and has chaired their Go Red for Women campaign.

Kim Haws Falasco

Kim is a past president of Baird Women Advisors and the Women’s Network of Northeast Ohio and a member of Ellevate, a professional women’s network. She was named a 2015 “Woman of Professional Excellence” by the Women’s Network and is a past president and 2009 Athena award finalist.

Kim is Director, Branch Manager of the Haws Falasco Group of Baird. For more information, click here.

 

 

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Save the Dates

Mark your calendars so that you can join us for AFP's professional development programs and special events:

bulletProfessional Development Meeting
September 18 | 8:00 – 9:45 am
The Danger of a Single Story

bulletProfessional Development Workshop
October 12 | 8:00 - 5:00 pm
Proposal Writing SPARK TANK

bulletCelebrate Philanthropy in Our
Community
November 2 | 11:30 am - 1:30 pm:
National Philanthropy Day

bulletProfessional Development &
Annual Meeting

December 13| 8:00 – 9:45 am
Year-End Fundraising

 

 

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BE the CAUSE

BE the CAUSE Campaign

Through your support of the BE the CAUSE Campaign, you help determine the future growth and development of the fundraising profession.

AFPNEO manages the BE the CAUSE campaign at the local Chapter level, which allows us to keep more dollars raised from the campaign right here in northeast Ohio, supporting chapter membership and conference scholarships that directly benefit our members.

Remaining dollars will support AFP International's strategic initiatives such as the Ralph E. Chamberlain scholarship; innovative programs on diversity, youth in philanthropy, and ethics; Fundraising Fundamentals curriculum; and philanthropic research. All of these programs have a positive impact on our local chapter.

You can make your gift to the Campaign today by (1) emailing your pledge to info@afpneo.org (you can pledge now and pay by December 15th); (2) making your gift online at www.afpneo.org/pay.htm; or (3) mailing your check with the pledge form to PO Box 1286, Bath OH 44210.

For a list of the generous contributors so far, click here.

For more information about the BE the CAUSE campaign, click here.

 

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Vivian Leggett, MSN, RN, NE-BC, President |vleggett@aultman.com
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