New Year, New Resources
Looking for a consultant or service to improve your fundraising bottom line? The AFP Vancouver Island Consultants Directory contains listings of consultants and organizations that provide products and services to the fundraising and non-profit community.
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Did you know that AFP Vancouver Island offers a library of online webinars available to our members to view free, from their own computers at any time? Have a look at our current list of
. More webinars will be added to our library over the next few months.
AFP VI Library
Did you know that we have a number of fundraising books available to take out through the Camosun College Library? Over the years, AFP Vancouver Island has purchased a number of books and made them available to our members.
AFP would like to thank the Camosun College Library for their wonderful work at organizing these books and systems for us!
to see the titles available and the process for borrowing.
January 27, 2016 AFP Mentorship Panel Discussion
Wednesday January 27 from noon - 1pm (Feel free to bring your lunch)
Central Building (Same as Volunteer Victoria), Main Boardroom - Room #517-620 View Street
Are you thinking about participating in the mentorship program but you're still not sure if it's right for you, right now? Please attend an AFP panel discussion on January 27 for 60 minutes of insight into the program. A program overview will be provided and two mentorship pairs from 2015 will be on hand to share what they've enjoyed about the program.
For more event details or to register please click
AFP Mentorship Program 2016
Are you breaking in a new job description? Take advantage of your AFP membership and get matched with a local master who can keep you on the right track.
Mentors for beginning and mid-career professionals available. Applications accepted until February 12.
Questions? Contact AFP VI Mentorship Committee Co-Chairs by email for details - or attend our panel discussion in the Central Building Boardroom (517-620 View Street) on Wednesday January 27 from noon - 1pm.
February 16, 2016 - AFP VI Social
AFP VANCOUVER ISLAND wants to thank The Bard and Banker Pub for generously providing the Sam McGee Room for our Fundraiser's Networking Opportunity on February 16 from 5 - 7 pm
Appy's to be served and cash bar available.
Because it's all about connection there will be an organized non-threatening "speed networking" component from 5:30 - 6:30 - providing the opportunity to get to know professionals you haven't already connected with
March 4, 2016 - Lunch and Learn
Diane Lloyd CFRE ACC ,
CEO and Executive Coach, Inspired Results Group
Title of Presentation
: Navigating the transition from Fundraiser to Inspiring Leader!
Leadership is an important component of charitable success and a topic that needs more discussion and exploration for fundraisers and non-profit professionals who are entering the roles of Manager, Director and Executive Director in philanthropic organizations across the country. It is timely to talk about what Inspiring Leadership looks and feels like, so that we can begin to focus on developing these skills and successfully transition from fundraising superstars, to inspiring leaders.
This session will resonate whether you are currently in leadership or thinking about taking that step. We will explore the attributes of "inspiring leadership" and the specific strategies, skills and behaviours that inspiring leaders need to cultivate in order to create high performing teams and ultimately attract more donors to their organizations. Based on the work of authors Simon Sinek; Leaders Eat Last, Betsy Myers; Take the Lead, and Kouzes and Posner; The Leadership Challenge, this fast paced session will help you rethink your approach to leadership and give you practical suggestions you can implement immediately!
Director of Development - Broadmead Care Society
The Director of Development supports Broadmead Care's vision, mission and strategic plan through fund development and communications. The director supports and nurtures a culture of philanthropy within Broadmead Care through its corporate culture, systems, values, and policies. The director encourages staff and volunteers to incorporate philanthropy and fund development in all aspects of the organization.
For more information on this opportunity, click here!
Director of Development -
Victoria Conservatory of Music
The Director of Development is a full-time position reporting directly to the CEO and working closely with the Board of Governors, the senior management team and administrative staff. This position supervises the Manager of Development and the Manager of Development Services and is responsible for developing the strategic direction of all development activities and programs in order to support and meet the targets of the VCM's development and strategic plan.
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Coordinator, Advancement and Gift Processing - Pearson College
As a key member of the Advancement team, you will support fund raising efforts to bring students to Pearson College for the most transformational two years of their life. These young leaders come from around the world to live and study together, to gain skills that will help them build a more peaceful and sustainable future.
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Capital Campaign Coordinator - The Belfry Theatre
Capital Campaign Director- Victoria Cool Aid Society
The Belfry Theatre, Victoria's premiere professional producing theatre company for 40 years, is seeking a fundraising professional to fill the position of Capital Campaign Coordinator on a 28 week contract with the possibility of renewal.
The position will work closely with the Development Manager and Executive Director to develop and launch a Capital Campaign to replace theatre seating and expand lobby and concession space in our beautiful heritage venue in the heart of Fernwood. You will be part of a development shop of two people with strong interdepartmental support from an exceptional team of experienced staff...
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The Capital Campaign Director is responsible for the overall campaign coordination, organization, and evaluation with the goal of maximizing philanthropic support for Cool Aid through the Help End Homelessness
campaign. In collaboration with the Executive Director, Chair of the campaign and respective cabinet members the Director manages the execution of the overall capital campaign strategy and goals.