Advancing Philanthropy Fall 2014

AP_cover_Oct2014_140x185The Fall 2014 Digital Issue
of Advancing Philanthropy is Now Available!

To read your issue, simply click here!

  • Read how The Development Committee Workbook: Managing Your Volunteers to Success can help save you time and enable your organization—and volunteers—to be more successful in fundraising.
  • Learn about the lifelong learning dimensions of volunteering.
  • See what 12 consultants advise on working successfully with consultants or deciding whether consulting is right for you.
  • Read “A Tale of Two Sittees”—only in the digital edition!
 

The Fall 2014 digital issue of Advancing Philanthropy is now available. To read your issue, simply click here!

Fundraisers are skilled at understanding the motivations of donors, but are they equally attuned to their own emotions and intentions before they walk through a donor’s door? Is that even important? Maybe more than you think. The psychology of giving has long been of interest to fundraisers, but until recently, there has been comparatively little empirical or even anecdotal research about the psychology of the people who make the ask.

Learn how to keep your organization in shape with the Fundraising Fitness Test (FFT).

  • Read how The Development Committee Workbook: Managing Your Volunteers to Success can help save you time and enable your organization—and volunteers—to be more successful in fundraising.
  • Learn about the lifelong learning dimensions of volunteering.
  • See what 12 consultants advise on working successfully with consultants or deciding whether consulting is right for you.
  • Read “A Tale of Two Sittees”—only in the digital edition!

What does the digital magazine offer? Briefly, you can

  • e-mail articles;
  • search the entire magazine and archived issues (back to October 2007just click on the “Archives” tab) by author or key word;
  • link directly to additional resources from each article;
  • save your digital copy as a PDF; and
  • connect instantly to advertisers and resource partners.

To manage whether you receive the print or digital Advancing Philanthropy, simply visit the “MyAFP ProfileMember Gateway” page (www.afpnet.org/MyProfile) on the AFP website. Click on the “My Communication Opt-in/Opt-out Preferences (Including Advancing Philanthropy delivery)” link in the Member Profile Links box (you will be prompted to log in). To only receive the digital version via this email, select “opt-out” where it says “(Members) Print version of Advancing Philanthropy”—this will stop delivery of the hard-copy version.

Remember, you can always access the digital version (whether or not you also receive the print magazine) thought the AFP website. If you decide in the future to change your preference, simply return to this form and indicate your new choice. If you have questions, please email ap@afpnet.org.

Members outside the United States and Canada automatically have access to the digital edition of the magazine and may select to receive the print magazine if they wish. Collegiate, Global, Young Professional and Small Organizational members automatically receive the digital magazine only.

For additional information or if you have comments, please contact me at jboice@afpnet.org.

Sincerely,

Jacklyn P. Boice

Publisher and Editor in Chief
Advancing Philanthropy

Since 1960, AFP has inspired global change and supported efforts that generated over $1 trillion. AFP’s nearly 30,000 individual and organizational members raise over $100 billion annually, equivalent to one-third of all charitable giving in North America and millions more around the world. For more information or to join the world’s largest association of fundraising professionals, visit www.afpnet.org. If you wish to be removed from all AFP e-mail lists, please let us know at newsletter@afpnet.org.Copyright © AFP, 2014.  All rights reserved.
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