AFP Aloha Chapter Issues 2008 State of Fundraising Report for Hawaii
Dear AFP Members and Friends,
Due to the current changes in our local, national and world economy AFP Aloha Chapter created a survey to look at institutional changes in response to this new economy. The purpose was to solicit information from local nonprofits on the direction they may be considering as they reflect on the economic climate.
Below you will find a link to the survey questions, statistical results and an executive summary. We hope you will find this information useful as your organization plans for the coming months and years. Should you have any questions or comments please feel free to email Jane Heimerdinger, president of AFP-Aloha Chapter at email@example.com.
AFP wishes to thank Alan Tang, president & CEO of Olomana Marketing in Honolulu for his leadership and professional involvement in creating the survey, collecting the results and producing the final report. AFP also wishes to thank the committee of CFRE and ACFRE members of AFP and Travis Gray, incoming president of AFP, who reviewed survey information.
Jane Heimerdinger, president of AFP Aloha Chapter and
Travis Gray, president (incoming in 2009) of AFP Aloha Chapter
Click here to view the results of the survey.
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Fundraising Results Overall Stall Mid-Year
53 Percent of U.S. Charitable Organizations Surveyed Say Contributions Rose in 2011