Symposium on Fundraising
Santa Barbara & Ventura Counties Chapter
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Telling the Stories that Matter
AFP Symposium on Fundraising
Presented by Montecito Bank & Trust
Thank you to all who attended the AFP Symposium on Fundraising!
Below are links to the presentations used:
Jeff Brooks, author of How to Turn Your Words into Money: How to Tell the Stories that Matter
Catherine Kort, Interface Children & Family Services: Telling Your Story Through Special Events
Elaine K. Mah Best, Santa Barbara Zoo & Rebecca Anderson, Ganna Walska Lotusland: Discovering Donor Stories to Grow Major Gifts
Trina Hudson, The Hudson Company & th.ink: You Had Me At Hello
AFP Diversity and Inclusion Philosophy Statement
AFP believes that diversity and inclusion create a strong, vital and unified force for an effective pursuit of an organization’s mission and achieving philanthropic success. Diversity and Inclusion in Fundraising: seeks to achieve a broad representation in experiences, perspectives, and cultures, to ensure that the best possible thinking, ideas, opportunities and solutions are considered; intentionally creates a respectful and welcoming environment that is open to all; and appreciates the unique contributions of every member of the community.