NC Association of Fundraising Professionals State Conference

Join your fundraising peers at the NC Philanthropy Conference presented by North Carolina AFP Chapters . Each year, hundreds of nonprofit professionals from throughout North Carolina come together to learn, share, and network. The NC Philanthropy Conference is also a great way to earn continuing education credits for those pursuing CFRE and is often accompanied by a CFRE review course in the days prior.

APPLY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP TO NC PHILANTHROPY CONFERENCE

Each year, AFP Triad provides a scholarship to a current AFP Triad member to attend the NC Philanthropy Conference. The Scholarship covers the conference registration fee.

 

Applicants must meet the following criteria to be eligible for the NC Philanthropy Conference Scholarship:

  • Current AFP Triad Member

  • Demonstrate the impact you anticipate the Conference will have on your current fundraising role and responsibilities

  • Agree to provide personal testimony on the value of the Conference during an AFP Triad meeting and in chapter materials

 

Questions? Contact our Scholarship Coordinator

AFP ICON

AFP ICON is the world's largest conference for professional fundraisers. The conference brings you the absolute best educational experience that professional fundraising has to offer. With thousands of attendees, nearly 100 education sessions, and a massive marketplace, one thing's for sure: Everything's bigger at AFP ICON!

APPLY FOR THE CHAMBERLAIN SCHOLARSHIP

Each year, AFP Triad provides the Chamberlain Scholarship to a current AFP Triad member to attend the AFP ICON conference. The Scholarship covers the conference registration fee.

 

Applicants must meet the following criteria to be eligible for the NC Philanthropy Conference Scholarship:

  • Current AFP Triad Member

  • Demonstrate the impact you anticipate the AFP ICON will have on your current fundraising role and responsibilities

  • Agree to provide personal testimony on the value of the AFP ICON during an AFP Triad meeting and in chapter materials

 

Questions? Contact our Scholarship Coordinator