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The City of San Diego and Father Joe’s Villages are hosting a week long grant training March 19 - 23, 2018 

Pay by January 1st - $1,095,

2017 Early Bird Rate

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AFP San Diego is partnering with San Diego Planned Giving Partnership.

Click on the logo below to find out more about San Diego Planned Giving Partnership and their events.

San Diego Planned Giving Partnership

AFP Chapter Workshop & Luncheon

January 12th 

 Colette M. Murray, JD, CFRE, is the CEO of Paschal•Murray and speaking at both sessions!

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Your job opening will be posted in the Career Opportunities section of the AFPSD web site. Your ad will be accessible by nearly 400 AFP San Diego members. The Career Opportunities section is an AFPSD Member Benefit.

Member cost: $100 for 90 days

Non-member cost: $150 for 90 days

Organization cost: $175 for 90 days.

Please click on the link below to submit your job posting.

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Note: If you are having trouble with payment or posting, please send me an email at: office@afpsd.org

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Jan 10 - Vice President, Development
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Jan 10 - Development Coordinator
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Jan 9 - Major Gifts Officer
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