Membership Scholarship Application

In response to the economic impact of COVID-19, The Collier-Lee Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) announces that AFP Global & our Chapter will award membership scholarships for new and renewing members.

It is our hope that these one-time awards allow individuals and organizations, greatly impacted by COVID-19, the continuation of professional development and networking opportunities as chapter members.

Guidelines: Scholarships are limited: one per organization. These are one-time scholarships for a twelve-month membership. The Collier-Lee Chapter Scholarship Committee will review applications and notify recipients by November 1, 2020.

Please complete the scholarship application by October 15.

Membership Scholarship Application
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Membership Categories

PROFESSIONAL: Open to persons who hold some degree of responsibility directly for fundraising, work within the U.S. and Canada and are compensated for their services (members outside these two countries may join in this category as a volunteer fundraiser), subscribe to the AFP Code of Ethical Principles and Standards (“Code”) and its bylaws, promote the Donor Bill of Rights, and are employed, or have been employed, by an organization that provides benefits to society.

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL: Open to persons who hold some degree of responsibility directly for fundraising, work within the U.S. and Canada and are compensated for their services, and are 30 years old or younger. All must subscribe to the AFP Code of Ethical Principles and Standards and its bylaws and promote the Donor Bill of Rights and be employed, or have been employed, by an organization that provides benefits to society.

ASSOCIATE: Open to persons who are engaged in fields related to fundraising, volunteers, or those who have mutual interests with fundraising professionals, subscribe to the AFP Code of Ethical Principles and Standards and its bylaws and promote the Donor Bill of Rights.