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Hot Topic Session. Diversity – Don’t Know Where to Start? Friday, October 2, 2009 11:00 – 12:30 p.m. Diversity Hot Topic Session. Alice Ferris, CFRE James Phelps, CFRE Juan Calixto, CFRE Travis Gray Michelle Gollapalli, CFRE Judy Whittier, CFRE. Diversity Hot Topic Session.

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hot topic session
Hot Topic Session

Diversity – Don’t Know Where to Start?

Friday, October 2, 2009

11:00 – 12:30 p.m.

diversity hot topic session
Diversity Hot Topic Session
  • Alice Ferris, CFRE
  • James Phelps, CFRE
  • Juan Calixto, CFRE
  • Travis Gray
  • Michelle Gollapalli, CFRE
  • Judy Whittier, CFRE
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Diversity Hot Topic Session
  • Definition of Diversity in Fundraising
  • Group Exercise
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Diversity Hot Topic Session

DIVERSITY in fundraising - Diversity is the seeking and achieving of a broad representation of experiences, perspectives, opinions and cultures. Inclusiveness is an essential source of vitality and strength for the effective pursuit of an organization’s mission.

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Diversity Hot Topic Session
  • AFP Diversity Committee
    • Personal Guidance
    • Chapter Diversity Resource Guide
      • http://www.afpnet.org/Audiences/ChapterNewsDetail.cfm?ItemNumber=1040
    • List Serves
      • http://www.afpnet.org/subscribe/index.cfm
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Diversity Hot Topic Session
  • AFP Diversity Committee
    • Resource Papers
      • http://www.afpnet.org/ResourceCenter/ArticleDetail.cfm?ItemNumber=3134
    • Information Exchange
      • http://www.afpnet.org/content.cfm?ItemNumber=2937
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Diversity Hot Topic Session
  • AFP Diversity Committee
    • Programming at International Conference
      • Affinity Networking Sessions
      • Diversity Workshop
      • Targeted Fundraising Track
      • Art Diversity Showcase
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Diversity Hot Topic Session
  • Friends of Diversity Designation
    • Five Required Criteria
      • define the definition of diversity in fundraising
      • establish a diversity chair and/or committee
      • chapter’s communication plan insures that all chapter material use inclusive language
      • Chapter’s Board passed or reaffirmed a Board resolution
      • chapter created OR worked on implementation of a previously-created written diversity plan in 2009
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Diversity Hot Topic Session
  • Friends of Diversity Designation
    • Optional Criteria
  • Chapter held an organized event or activity in 2009 that either focused on or incorporated the importance of diversity.
  • Chapter submitted a nomination for the Charles R. Stephens Excellence in Diversity Award
  • Chapter has received the Charles R. Stephens Excellence in Diversity Award within the last five years
  • Chapter created OR worked on implementation of a mentoring program for fundraising professionals with diverse backgrounds.
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Diversity Hot Topic Session
  • Friends of Diversity Designation
    • Optional Criteria
  • Chapter sponsored or co-sponsored a joint program/workshop in conjunction with an organization that has a diverse staff or constituency.
  • Chapter has allocated a budget specifically for increasing the diversity within the chapter’s membership and/or programming.
2008 friends of diversity designation winners
2008 Friends of Diversity Designation Winners
  • AFP Alaska Chapter
  • AFP AZ, Greater Arizona Chapter
  • AFP CA, San Diego Chapter
  • AFP CA, Silicon Valley Chapter
  • AFP CA, Yosemite Chapter
  • AFP Washington DC Metro Area Chapter
  • AFP FL, Palm Beach County Chapter
  • AFP FL, Suncoast Chapter
  • AFP GA, Atlanta Chapter
  • AFP HI, Aloha Chapter
  • AFP IL, Chicago Chapter
  • AFP IL, Central Chapter
  • AFP MI, Detroit Chapter
  • AFP NC, Charlotte Chapter
  • AFP New Jersey Chapter
  • AFP New Mexico Chapter
  • AFP Oregon and SW Washington Chapter
  • AFP PA, Eastern Chapter
  • AFP Puerto Rico Chapter
  • AFP Washington Chapter
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Diversity Hot Topic Session
  • AFP HI, Aloha Chapter
  • 2008 Charles Stephens Excellence in Diversity Award Winner
  • 2008 Friends of Diversity Designation
    • Chapter Mentoring Program
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Diversity Hot Topic Session

Po`aha Fellows Program

  • Goal: encourage greater numbers of persons from culturally and economically diverse backgrounds to become active members of the AFP Aloha Chapter, AFP International and the fundraising profession
  • Objective: offer educational resources and collective expertise to assist individuals in building nonprofit communities and developing personal fundraising skills
  • Results: greater collaborative and supportive work between nonprofits without respect to size, need, location, training of background of staff, operational funding or experience
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Diversity Hot Topic Session

Po`aha Fellows Program

  • Program:
    • Up to 5 fellows will be selected
    • Each fellow will receive a complimentary membership for AFP International & Aloha Chapter
    • Fellow shall participate in chapter educational opportunities (no cost)
    • Fellow shall attend National Philanthropy Day Conference & Awards Luncheon (no cost)
    • Senior development professional from AFP Aloha Chapter assigned as mentor
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Diversity Hot Topic Session

Po`aha Fellows Program

  • Qualifications:
    • Responsible for fundraising at a 501(c)3 organization in Hawaii
    • Reflects or embraces diversity and/or works for such an organization
    • Financial need to support membership in AFP and attend programs
    • Has never been a member of AFP
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Diversity Hot Topic Session

Po`aha Fellows Program

  • Fellow’s Responsibility:
    • Submit current job description, resume and letter of support from his/her CEO
    • Offer $50 per year to assist in covering non-membership or registration expenses
    • Make time to attend at least 75% of opportunities offered
    • Volunteer for at least 1 board committee
    • Attend, as a guest, 2 AFP Aloha Chapter board meetings per year
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Diversity Hot Topic Session

AFP Greater Philadelphia Chapter – The Color of Money Conference

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1. Pre-2004 Structure

Every committee attempts to carry out the Chapter’s diversity goals with no central leadership for diversity

Chapter’s goals

(with diversity as a subset)

Membership

Programs

Professional Development

Marketing

Education

Initiatives

Philanthropy Day

An evolution of diversity

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2. Current Structure

Chapter’s diversity goals are accomplished by the Diversity Committee, separate from overall goals, with minor collaboration

Chapter’s other goals

Membership

Programs

Chapter’s diversity goals

Professional Development

  • Diversity Committee
  • 10 meetings a year, with focus on:
  • Recruitment, retention
  • Mixers, networking
  • Luncheon
  • Scholarships
  • 10 diversity moments
  • E-news articles

Marketing

Education

Initiatives

Philanthropy Day

An evolution of diversity

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3. ProposedStructure

Chapter’s diversity goals are a part of overall goals, with diversity

Integrated into every committee

  • Membership
  • 2 DC members
  • Lead diversity mixer, recruitment & retention
  • Programs
  • 2 DC members
  • Lead diversity luncheon
  • Professional Development
  • 1 DC member
  • Lead diversity scholarships
  • Diversity Council
  • 2-fold purpose:
  • coordination and training of council members
  • Launching pad for diversity recruits
  • Philanthropy Day
  • 1 DC member
  • Look for opps to incorporate diversity
  • Marketing
  • 1 DC member
  • Lead diversity outreach and promotion
  • Initiatives
  • 1 DC member
  • Ensure collaboration w/ other diversity efforts
  • Education
  • 1 DC member
  • Look for opps to incorporate diversity

An evolution of diversity

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