20178th International Summit on Fundraising Held in San Francisco in 2017!
(June 1, 2017) (June 1, 2017) The AFP was proud to host the 8th International Fundraising Summit of Fundraising Associations on Friday 28 April, prior to its International Conference in San Francisco, California. The summit, held at the San Francisco Red Cross premises, brought together 25 CEOs and Board members of 11 national fundraising associations from around the world. With representation from Brazil to Australia and France to Kenya, and China to Spain the broad diversity of the world’s professional fundraising community came together to reflect up on and address common opportunities, challenges and solutions.
International Statement of Ethical Principles in Fundraising (Revised April 2017)
(May 1, 2017) Universal priciples and standards of practice which unite fundraisers around the world.
2008International Fundraising Summit 2008
(February 25, 2008) The next International Fundraising Summit will take place on Saturday, 29th March, 2008. It will be held at the Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel, San Diego, California, immediately before the AFP International Fundraising Conference.
2007International Statement of Ethical Principles in Fundraising - Translations
(September 11, 2007) The International Statement of Ethical Principles in Fundraising is available in the following languages: French, German, Polish, Russian and Spanish.
Declaración Internacional de Principios Éticos en la Recaudación de Fondos Filantrópicos
(April 24, 2007) Los profesionales en recaudación de fondos filantrópicos o ”fundraisers”, trabajan en diferentes campos, países y circunstancias; pero todos ellos comparten valores y prácticas fundamentales.
2006Context Document for the International Statement of Ethical Principles in Fundraising
(December 7, 2006) Context Document for the International Statement of Ethical Principles in Fundraising
International Statement of Ethics Approved by 24 Countries
(December 7, 2006) The International Statement of Ethical Principles, a series of values and standards for the global fundraising community, was approved unanimously Monday, Oct. 16, at the fourth International Fundraising Summit in Noordwijkerhout, Holland.
Media release: 24 Countries Approve the International Statement of Ethical Principles (in brief).
(December 7, 2006) See the list of the twenty-four countries that approved the International Statement of Ethical Principles in Fundraising in this AFP media release.
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