Volume 2, Number 1
Winter 2010
The mission of the AFP Youth in Philanthropy Sub-Committee is to help
chapters and the profession involve youth in philanthropy

Brother-and-Sister Team Raises More Than $90,000 to Support Cancer Research
Delaware’s AFP Brandywine Chapter spotlights Alicia and Brandon Lewandowski for their efforts to support cancer research at Christiana Care Health System’s Helen F. Graham Cancer Center. Read more.

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Rachel Blair Friedman Receives Demont Scholarship
Twelve-year-old Rachel Blair Friedman from Portland, Maine, was honored as the recipient of the AFP–NNE Demont Scholarship for Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy. Read more.

Korean Team Learns From AFP Chapter YIP Program
In late October 2009, the AFP Southern Arizona Chapter’s youth in philanthropy committee and AFP YIP Coordinator Pat Bjorhovde hosted three members of the Korean American Giving Research Institute. Read more.

The Exciting World of Fundraising—You Will Never Look Back!
If you’re passionate about making the world a better place, if you love to meet and socialize with new people and if you enjoy staying in touch with the people you meet, fundraising is the career for you. Read more.

John Montgomery “Monty” Hogewood Receives William S. Roth Outstanding Fundraising Executive Award
Monty Hogewood, senior development officer at Samford University in Birmingham, Ala., plays a key role in constituent relations at the university, creating and sustaining a council for alumni and parents to support Samford through volunteer efforts and inspiring more than $170 million in gifts and pledges. Read more.

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