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Welcome to the Idaho Chapter of AFP

A statewide, membership-based, nonprofit organization that encourages a culture of philanthropy in Idaho by providing fundraising professional education opportunities and networking in a supportive environment.

AFP Idaho is proud to be a part of the international organization with over 57 members from throughout Idaho.


AFP Webinar “Following the Path to Donor Nirvana: The Six Realizations Approach”.

Learn more about Tom Ahem’s six realizations to an amazing return on your communications investment and understand why donor-centricity is key to growing fundraising results.

When: 11 a.m. - 12:00, Tuesday, February 22nd

Where: Pioneer Federal Credit Union Community Room, 2350 S. Broadway, Boise

Open to all development staff and fundraising professionals! 

​Cost: $10 for AFP Members and $20 Non-members.


RSVP to afpidahochapter@gmail.com and bring check payable to AFP Idaho Chapter to the webinar.


 Hope to see you there!

EIDE BAILLEY Present:

Event Description:
We invite all nonprofit decision makers to a three part webinar series on cyber security risk and risk mitigation strategies for your nonprofit. CPE credits for attending.

Course Description:
This webinar will provide an introduction to cyber security and the specific risks for nonprofits. These risks include limited resources, valuable data and additional challenges unique to nonprofit boards. High profile case studies will be provided to demonstrate that security challenges are relevant to both large and small nonprofit organizations.

This is a three part webinar series with the following session titles & dates:

  • Cyber Security: What is really at stake at your nonprofit?
    • February 23  CLICK Here for more details and to register
     
  • Thinking beyond IT: Which business resources should you be leveraging?
    • March 2 CLICK Here for more details and to register
     
  • You're Cyber Security Compass: How to navigate the cyber world while keeping your organization secure.
    • March 9 CLICK Here for more details and to register

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Aug 3 - Junior Achievement of Idaho President
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Feb 21 - AFP Top Ten (Week of February 22, 2017): Demystifying Data, Rage Donations, Donor-Centered Charities & More!
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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 >
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Feb 21 - Senior 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 >