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Association of Fundraising Professionals offers course through INIE

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (July 23, 2014) - The Institute for Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence, in partnership with Tallahassee Community College, will present a seven-part Fundamentals of Fundraising Course for nonprofit professionals starting next month.

The course, developed by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, is designed for individuals with up to four years of fundraising experience. Course meetings begin August 13 from 9 to 10:30 a.m. and repeat at the same time every other Wednesday through November 5.

Course presenters include Alyce Lee Stansbury, Certified Fund Raising Executive, founder and president of Stansbury Consulting LLC; Peggy Calhoun, Advanced Certified Fund Raising Executive, president of Miller, Calhoun and Company; and Sara Leonard, CFRE, Fund Development Academy director at the Nonprofit Leadership Center of Tampa Bay.

Topics of discussion range from the day-to-day real-world needs and challenges nonprofit organizations face to best practices for marketing, management, and volunteer optimization. The course provides opportunities for individual and group projects, as well as case studies and additional learning objectives.

Space is limited to the first 25 registrants. Those who attend all seven class meetings and complete all assigned work receive an AFP certificate in Fundamentals of Fundraising and may apply their participation for 16 points of education credit toward their initial certifications or recertification as a CFRE.

For information, contact Sarah Young at (850) 201-9608 or
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