Latest Foundation Canada News
Nomination Period Open for AFP Foundation for Philanthropy – Canada Board of Directors
(February 18, 2019) All nominations must be accompanied by a current resume (or biography) and confirmation of the nominee’s willingness to serve. The deadline for nominations is March 29, 2019.
AFP’s Canadian National Scholarship Program – Apply Now!
(February 5, 2019) The deadline is March 15 to submit applications for the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy – Canada’s scholarship program to support attendance at different fundraising conferences and educational sessions.
AFP Foundation for Philanthropy–Canada Announces 2018-2019 Fellows
(August 14, 2018) The AFP Foundation for Philanthropy–Canada is proud to announce the 2018-2019 Fellows in Diversity and Inclusion. The Fellowship program has expanded across Canada with a grant from Canadian Heritage.
AFP Foundation for Philanthropy – Canada Board Announced
(July 18, 2018) Roger D. Ali, CFRE, chair of the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy – Canada, is pleased to welcome four new board members to the Board, effective July 1, 2018.
Thirty Years of Giving in Canada - Roger Ali, AFP Foundation for Philanthropy - Canada Chair
(July 30, 2018) Thirty Years of Giving in Canada offers an in-depth look at the giving behaviour of Canadians – who gives, how and why – and examines how these trends are re-shaping the future of philanthropy in Canada.
AFP Foundation for Philanthropy-Canada Releases Biennial Survey: What Canadian Donors Want
Seven in ten Canadians have given to charity over the past year, and almost half of donors are open to different sorts of giving approaches than just the traditional solicitation letter, according to the 2018 What Canadian Donors Want Survey, conducted by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Foundation for Philanthropy – Canada in partnership with Ipsos.
AFP Foundation Receives Grant to Continue Fellowship Program
(December 12, 2018) The AFP Foundation for Philanthropy – Canada is pleased to announce it has received a grant of $96,160 from the Minister of Canadian Heritage under its Multiculturalism Program to expand the Fellowship in Inclusion and Philanthropy Program across Canada in 2018.