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AFP OREGON & SW WASHINGTON ANNUAL MEETING

Friday, December 5
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 

Fundraising Ethics: Choosing Between Right…and Right
Paul Mortimer
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Keynote speaker Paul Mortimer will present “Fundraising Ethics: Choosing Between Right…and Right.” Mortimer is Vice President for Advancement for “I Have a Dream” Oregon, which empowers students from low-income communities to thrive in school, college, and career.  Paul has more than 20 years’ experience fundraising throughout the Pacific Northwest, including as an Assistant Dean at Portland State University and as a consultant to more than 100 nonprofits and 25 capital campaigns.  A frequent volunteer for the Oregon Arts Commission and Oregon Cultural Trust, Paul was a founding board member of the Nonprofit Association of Oregon.  He is the most recent recipient of WVDO’s Barbara Stallcup Miller Professional Achievement Award.

Cost of the meeting, which includes lunch, is $35/AFP members and $50/Non-members and guests. 

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NEWCOMERS & NETWORKING LUNCHEON

Wednesday, December 10th
noon - 1:30 p.m. 

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627 SW Washington | Portland 

 
This no host luncheon is an opportunity for new and prospective members to meet current AFP members and other colleagues in an informal social setting, and to learn more about what AFP has to offer senior fundraising professionals in our community. There is no cost to attend but space is very limited and registration is necessary to reserve your spot.

 

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