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Welcome to AFP West Florida!

Join us for monthly meetings where fundraising and nonprofit professionals gather to network and acquire invaluable expertise.

Check out our meeting schedule - we meet from 11:30 am to 1 pm at Bonefish Grill in Pensacola, Florida.  Monthly luncheon fees are $20 for members and $25 for non-members. You can also join us online on Facebook.

In November, we celebrate National Philanthropy Day with a special awards ceremony that your organization can leverage for your own donor recognition purposes.

In December, we typically plan an afternoon holiday social to celebrate our accomplishments.

Membership in AFP is very beneficial as it allows you to access sample documents, toolkits, research and more. Please join AFP so that we can work together to develop a culture of philanthropy that enhances our communities.

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May 25 - CGC: Congress Can Enact a Tax Provision that Would Expand Charitable Giving
WASHINGTON, D.C.— Tomorrow, as the Senate Finance Committee conducts a hearing on Tax Reform with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, the Charitable Giving Coalition (CGC) strongly urges committee members and the Secretary to consider a universal charitable deduction that would be available to all taxpayers. ... more >
May 24 - Senate Motion Introduced to Review Impact of Charitable Sector on Canada
(May 24, 2017) Senator Terry Mercer, CFRE ,has introduced a motion to appoint a Special Committee that would examine the impact of laws and policies governing charities, and to review the impact of the entire sector on Canada. ... more >
May 24 - What We Learned (And Left) in San Francisco: The 2017 AFP International Conference
In case you missed the recent AFP International Fundraising Conference, or simply want to relive it (or see if we included your Tweet), we've got photos, videos and tweets from our three-day event in San Francisco. ... more >
May 24 - Survey of Millennial Donors Indicates They Will Likely Give More as They Mature
Millennials, the generation born from 1982 to 2000, show signs of taking up the mantle of charitable giving from older generations as they mature, according to a new study commissioned by Dunham+Company and conducted by Campbell Rinker. ... more >