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March 6th Workshop: 

Five Must-Have Strategies for 21st Century Fundraising , and also add Luncheon and Meeting: HERstory: Lessons from San Diego Philanthropic Leaders? 

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March 17 Audio Conference:

Making Each Donor Rung Count: How to Build a Donor Ladder That Goes From Annual Gift to Ultimate Gift

Michael Delzotti, CFRE

Time: 8:15 – 10:00AM

Location: United Way of San Diego County - 4699 Murphy Canyon Road, San Diego, CA 92123



Your job opening will be posted in the Career Opportunities section of the AFPSD web site. Your ad will be accessible by over 300 AFPSD 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.

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Feb 24 - Regional Director of Financial Development
The South Region of the YMCA of San Diego County is currently seeking exceptional candidates for a Regional Financial Development Director. The YMCA of San Diego County offers outstanding benefits as well as an opportunity to give back to the communities we support. At the Y, we're for Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility. If you feel that you have the skills for the position and identify with the mission of the Y, please don't hesitate to apply today at ... more >
Feb 21 - Donor Engagement Officer
Population Connection seeks a Donor Engagement Officer (DEO) to join its San Diego, California development office. The DEO will help to secure funds for the organization by developing and managing a portfolio of donors and prospects with a capacity to give $5,000 or more. The DEO will report to the Director of Marketing & Development and will work closely with other members of the Development team, including the President. The DEO will be responsible for qualifying new prospects and for building relationships between the donors in her/his portfolio and Population Connection. The DEO will spend a significant amount of time interacting with donors and helping them to accomplish their own vision for a better world through Population Connection. ... more >
Feb 21 - Development Officer
POSITION AVAILABLE: Temporary, interim position, 40 hours per week, for a period of six months and possibly longer, on the main Oceanside campus beginning ASAP. The individual selected for this position may be assigned to any district facility during any hours of operation. COMPENSATION: Salary of $6,494.67 per month. APPLICATION DEADLINE: Tuesday, January 20. OVERVIEW OF ASSIGNMENT: This is an interim assignment requiring experience in person-to-person fundraising and /or comfort in person-to-person outreach and relationship building, familiarity of fundraising and marketing principles, as well as skill in overseeing, managing and troubleshooting large and complex special events. Because it is an interim assignment, the tasks and expectations of the position are detailed from month to month with the anticipation that the initiatives that are now underway will be sustained and possibly enhanced. The primary responsibilities of this position over the next six or more months include: •Recruiting and cultivating annual giving donors at the $1,000+ (President’s Circle) level •Identifying, cultivating and soliciting event sponsorships •Staffing the Foundation Development Committee, specifically in the planning for the President’s Circle 2015 holiday party •Serving as an advisor to campus groups undertaking their own fundraising initiatives •Providing general oversight and troubleshooting for in the management of special events •Contributing story ideas for the department’s electronic newsletter for donors and ensure the President’s Circle page on the Website is accurate and up to date •Serving as point person and leading the campus committee responsible for planning and executing the 2014 Annual Scholarship Awards Celebration •Participating in the department’s annual planning process, developing plans and budgets for FY15-16 •Planning and preparing a fiscal year-end annual fund appeal •Developing and implementing an employee giving campaign aimed at increa ... more >
Feb 26 - AFP Foundation for Philanthropy – Canada receives a $400,000 boost to expand diversity and inclusion efforts
(Toronto, Ontario) – The AFP Foundation for Philanthropy – Canada has received a multiyear grant, valued at $403,674, from the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, Immigration and International Trade to create a fellowship program that will support and train fundraisers from diverse backgrounds. La Fondation canadienne pour la philanthropie de l’AFP vient d’obtenir une subvention pluriannuelle d’une valeur de 403 674 $ de la part du ministère des Affaires civiques, de l’Immigration et du Commerce international de l’Ontario afin de mettre sur pied un programme de bourses visant à soutenir financièrement et à former des professionnels en philanthropie de divers horizons. ... more >
Feb 25 - Top Ten (Week of February 25, 2015): The Magic of Human Connectors in Fundraising
(Feb. 25, 2014) Learn about this topic and more in this week’s top ten, including 16 ways to get a meeting with your major donor prospect; 17 tips on working smarter, not harder; the surprising benefits of volunteering; things to know before tacking your next fundraising (writing) assignment; and more! ... more >
Feb 25 - AFP Foundation for Philanthropy—Canada Receives $400,000 Boost to Expand Diversity and Inclusion Efforts
(Feb. 25, 2015) The AFP Foundation for Philanthropy—Canada has received a multiyear grant, valued at $403,674, from the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, Immigration and International Trade to create a fellowship program that will support and train fundraisers from diverse backgrounds. ... more >