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Welcome to the AFP Central Missouri Chapter

The Central MO AFP chapter is rapidly growing and addressing the challenges and questions non-profits and fundraisers face. We have the unique opportunity to meet these challenges with Mid-Missouri flair. AFP Central Missouri Chapter is a professional association whose membership is comprised of persons involved in development, grant writing, non-profit management, and fundraising consulting that is dedicated to fundraising and philanthropy.  It is a chapter of the international organization, Association of Fundraising Professionals.

Our membership continues to grow as our chapter works to achieve two primary goals:

• Foster the development and growth of fundraising professionals
• Preserve and promote philanthropy, volunteerism and high ethical standards in the fundraising profession

Please see our Upcoming Programs page for this month's meeting and see our Events Calendar for future meetings.

Help us improve this chapter! Please send suggestions or comments on what you'd like to see from this chapter of AFP to centralmoafp@gmail.com.


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Dec 20 - Director of Development (three positions available)
Serve as primary Development staff liaison to an assigned collegiate unit or other UCM unit/program. Meet with the dean/director, department chairs, faculty, and staff to identify fundraising priorities and giving/naming opportunities. Share this information with the VP/Executive Director and other Development staff so that all members of the Development team are well informed about the unit and its fundraising needs and opportunities. ... more >
Dec 20 - Director of Annual Giving
Strategically plan and implement effective charitable giving solicitations in support of the University of Central Missouri Annual Fund targeted to alumni, community friends and businesses, UCM suppliers and contractors, parents of current students and alumni, and faculty and staff. ... more >
Dec 13 - Executive Director- Columbia, MO
This highly visible role leads and directs volunteers and employees in the Central and Northern Missouri Chapter to ensure the American Red Cross goals and mission are achieved. Reporting to the Regional Chief Development Officer, you will promote an inclusive, team-based culture centered on leading and empowering volunteers. As the face of the Red Cross, this role also cultivates and manages select donors. In addition to enhancing community presence through key media and community partner relationships, you will steward the local board of directors. The population served in the chapter will be between 500K and 1M. ... more >
Nov 16 - Assistant Vice Chancellor for Advancement
The flagship campus of the University of Missouri - Mizzou - invites nominations and applications for the position of Assistant Vice Chancellor for Constituent Units. ... more >
Jan 16 - AFP Top Ten Fundraising Tips (Week of January 15, 2018): Using Emotional Appeals, Planned Giving, Prospect Research & More!
(Jan. 15, 2018) Our weekly round-up of blog posts, articles, videos and other resources to help you keep on top of latest trends and reach your fundraising goals. ... more >
Jan 3 - AFP Top Ten Fundraising Tips (Week of January 1, 2018): Nonprofit Marketing Nonsense, Board Retreats, Feeling Awkward about Bequests & More!
(Jan. 1, 2018) Our weekly round-up of blog posts, articles, videos and other resources to help you keep on top of latest trends and reach your fundraising goals. ... more >
Jan 2 - 2018 AFP Canada Board Approved
(Jan. 2, 2018) AFP sends its warm congratulations to the members who were recently approved by the membership to serve on the 2018 AFP Canada Board of Directors. ... more >
Dec 28 - Congress Approves Tax Reform Bills, Likely Leading to Drops in Charitable Giving
(Dec. 20, 2017) Research continues to show the final bill leading to drops of $13 – 20 billion in giving. Here’s a round-up of nonprofit provisions in the bill, as well as a statement from The Charitable Giving Coalition, chaired by AFP. ... more >