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Welcome to the AFP Hong Kong Chapter! 

 

Our mission is to foster growth and development of fundraising professionals and promote high ethical standards in the fundraising profession in Hong Kong. 

AFP Hong Kong Chapter has regularly scheduled educational programs and workshops featuring professional speakers and topics relevant to our fundraising work.  We also offer bi-monthly networking opportunities, such as social and drinks gatherings, to share experience and knowledge of fundraising.  Please check out our chapter calendar for a schedule of what's happening and where.

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Aug 18 - Since Money Doesn't Grow on Trees
Speakeasy Session September 2015 Date: Wed. 16th September 2015 Location: Garage Society, 299 Queens Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong Title: Since Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees: Development 101 - A basic fundraising workshop for everyone! Admission: Free including drinks/food limited spaces.http://www.speakeasysessions.org/about.html ... more >
Jul 8 - Creating High Profit/Low Maintenance Special Events
Dread the thought of "special" events? Come learn from two road warriors who have lived through the best and worst and can offer some great tips and strategies to simplify your next event - while putting more money toward your charity! ... more >
Jul 8 - Wed. July 24 6:30-8pm - Special Events Seminar
Learn from Special Event Mavens - Susan Madon and Rachel Bourke how to maximize returns on your charitable events while not driving you and your team crazy! ... more >
Oct 18 - Regional Corporate Partnerships Specialist, East Asia & Pacific and South Asia Regions
UNICEF is seeking an experienced professional with a proven track record of building and maintaining outstanding inter-organisational partnerships. This individual will ensure that UNICEF's partnerships and broader engagement with the private sector in the Asia Pacific region maximizes results for children by leveraging financial and non-financial resources and infusing the child rights perspective into private sector policy and practice. The position encompasses the East Asia and Pacific (EAPRO) and South Asia (ROSA) regions. It is based in the Regional Office in Bangkok, with frequent travel in the region to Country Offices and private sector entities. ... more >
Jun 21 - AFP Diverse Communities Scholarship Program Overview & Criteria
The mission of the AFP Diverse Communities Conference Scholarship Fund is to help ensure that AFP programs are inclusive and supportive of diversity-related issues and concerns, to provide financial support for activities that increase understanding and awareness of diversity issues within the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), and to provide financial assistance for professional development for AFP members who self-identify as coming from a diverse community and/or who are employed by grassroots organizations that primarily serve diverse populations. ... more >
Jun 21 - 100 Percent Chapter Board Participation
The following AFP chapters have led by example and achieved 100 percent board participation in the 2016 BE the CAUSE Campaign. These chapter boards serve as motivation and inspiration to chapter members to make their gifts. ... more >
Jun 15 - AFP Fundraising Dictionary: Now Available in French!
Pilot. Sleeper. Flag. When seasoned fundraising professionals hear these words, they don't always bring to mind an airplane, nap time or a symbolic piece of cloth blowing in the wind. In the fundraising arena, these and other words have specific meanings not used in the everyday world. The AFP Fundraising Dictionary has now been translated to French for Canadian members. ... more >
Jun 15 - Welcome to the 2016 Cohort of Inclusion and Philanthropy Program Fellows
In our first year, 31 fellows in the Inclusion and Philanthropy Program accessed the AFP network and educational resources. They participated in specialized access and equity training, and they discussed tools and methods to plan their own inclusion projects, including measuring the impact of those projects. ... more >