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Welcome to the Regina & Area Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP). AFP Regina & Area serves as an association of professionals throughout southern Saskatchewan that works to advance philanthropy by enabling people and organizations to practice effective and ethical fundraising.

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Jan 25 - Director of Development
Reporting to the President & CEO, the Director of Development is responsible for the overall management of the organization’s development program, including major gifts program and annual giving. ... more >
Mar 18 - Mentorship Program
The Association of Fundraising Professionals Regina Chapter Mentorship Program will match an experienced fundraising professional (a mentor) with someone new to the industry or an individual looking to grow within their career (a protégé). This match will provide opportunities for both individuals to learn and expand their knowledge of the field. This program plays a key function in achieving the Association’s mission “Advancing philanthropy through education, training and advocacy”. ... more >
Aug 25 - President's Message
Fundraising certainly has transformed over the years, and continues to evolve in an ever-changing philanthropic landscape. To be successful in today’s social profit sector, fundraising professionals need to be skilled researchers, keen relationship builders, adept in the fields of marketing, communications, event planning, tax law, and of course the wide variety of gifting options and engagement opportunities available to donors. While all of these skills are essential to a fundraiser’s success, they must also be paired with complete transparency and the highest standards of ethical fundraising practices. Through education, resources, research, mentorship, and the Fundraising Code of Ethics and adherence to the Donor Bill of Rights, AFP provides its members with the tools needed to achieve excellence in our sector. With more than 30,000 members and 230 chapters worldwide, AFP is the largest association for professional fundraisers in the world. I encourage you to join our chapter and take advantage of the many benefits available to you and your organization. Your membership opens the door to scholarship bursaries, professional growth and development, and networking opportunities that will surely enhance your skills as a fundraiser for years to come. I wish you and your fundraising efforts all the best in 2016 and beyond. Stephanie Kohlruss, CFRE AFP Regina & Area President Executive Director Regina Palliative Care Inc. ... more >
Feb 22 - Advanced Professional Spotlight: Mike House
We talk with Mike House, president and CEO of the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation in Edmonton, Alberta, about his job, the use of acronyms, managing a large staff and the moment he realized he wanted to be a leader and a CEO. ... more >
Feb 21 - AFP Top Ten (Week of February 22, 2017): Demystifying Data, Rage Donations, Donor-Centered Charities & More!
(Feb. 22, 2017) 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 >
Feb 21 - AFP Position on Repeal of the Johnson Amendment
Discussion about repealing the Johnson Amendment, which prohibits charities from engaging in partisan, electoral politics. AFP stakes out its position, opposing repeal on a number of grounds. ... more >
Feb 21 - Why Are There So Few Male Fundraisers?
Fundraising has been a female-dominated profession for decades. Why is that, and is it going to change any time soon? AFP members provide some ideas and perspective. ... more >