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Association of Fundraising Professionals National Philanthropy Day 2015: Inspiring Change Awards Nominations Are Open

To celebrate the generosity of our community, the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) will host its annual National Philanthropy Day (NPD) Luncheon on Thursday, November 12, 2015 at the Duke Energy Convention Center. This year’s Honorary Chair is Alecia Kintner, CEO, ArtsWave.

The following awards will be presented at NPD: Philanthropist of the Year; Volunteer of the Year; and Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy. In the spirit of NPD, we invite you to nominate individuals and organizations who are inspiring change for your non-profit organization. Nominations are due Wednesday, June 24, 2015.

For more information about NPD 2015 including sponsorships, and to download the nomination form, please visit www.afpcincinnat.org.

Don’t miss out on a great opportunity to join AFP….with a savings! Take advantage of this valuable coupon and join today!

The Greater Cincinnati Chapter OH3 will be offering a $50.00 discount to new members joining in the Professional or Associate member categories by June 30, 2015.

The discount applies to $50.00 off the international portion of the dues. Fill out the membership invitation as usual, but deduct $50.00 from the total and include this coupon with your payment. *Coupon must be included with payment.

To join online, go to www.afpnet.org and use Promo Code: OH30415

One coupon per new member. Expires June 30, 2015
Questions? Call the AFP Membership Department at (800) 666-3863.


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