Ethics in Philanthropy - March Luncheon ProgramMarch 19, 2013
Tuesday March 19, 2013
Ethics in Philanthropy
It’s a fact - charitable fundraisers will encounter ethical challenges, situations or dilemmas. The key is to understand that ethics is critical your success and it’s important to know how to handle matters when they arise. Join your fundraising colleagues to discuss various cases that will help you analyze ethical issues in fundraising.
The lunch program will include an overview of AFP Code of Ethical Principles and Standards, AFP Donor Bill of Rights, small group discussion about presented case studies and large group commentary.
Our Facilitator will be W. Russell Turner, Director of Development, Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center.
A lifelong resident of Hampton Roads, he worked in the financial services industry for 31 years and retired from Bank of America. Russell previously served as volunteer Annual Fund Chair for Old Dominion University, EVMS and United Way of South Hampton Roads. He majored in Marketing at Old Dominion University as well as attended the School of Bank Management at UVA and School of Banking of the South at LSU. Besides serving on the Board of Directors of AFP-HR, he also serves on the Board of Directors of the Hampton Roads Gift Planning Council.