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AFP networking breakfast presentation

  1. 1. Networking Breakfast forArts & Culture FundraisersCollege of Physicians of PhiladelphiaFebruary 16, 2012
  2. 2. STUART ADAIRVP of Finance & AdministrationGreater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance
  3. 3. KENDRA LAWTONDirector of Programs & PlanningGreater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance
  4. 4. Fundraising Positions represent 4% of Arts and Cultural Employment
  5. 5. Each Dollar Spent on Fundraising returned an average of $8.16Ratio of Fundraising Expenses to Contributed Income
  6. 6. -19%Contributed Income
  7. 7. Contributed Income 2009 (Revenues) Break Even Corporate Government -$12.1M -$10.1M Foundation -$40.1M
  8. 8. Contributed Income 2009 (Revenues)$23.6M BreakIndividual Even Corporate Government -$12.1M -$10.1M Foundation -$40.1M
  9. 9. -62%Earned Income
  10. 10. Earned Income 2009 Break Admissions Even Special Events $19.3 -$29.5Investments/ Interest -$424.8M
  11. 11. -1% 1% Earned IncomeExcluding Investments/Interest
  12. 12. Bucking the Trend 5% 5%Attendance
  13. 13. Bucking the Trend 5% 8% 8% 5%Attendance Membership & Subscriptions
  14. 14. Bucking the Trend 5% 8% 20%Attendance Membership & Subscriptions Individual Giving
  15. 15. Categories of Revenue from Individuals Increased $47million Total $339.1m Admissions, Tickets, & Tuitions
  16. 16. Categories of Revenue from Individuals Increased $47million Total $339.1m Memberships & Subscriptions Admissions, Tickets, & Tuitions
  17. 17. Categories of Revenue from Individuals Increased $47million Total Total $386.0m $339.1m Individual Contributions Memberships & Subscriptions Admissions, Tickets, & Tuitions
  18. 18. Volunteer and Board Positions Paid Positions VolunteersPaid: 24,000 BoardVolunteers + Board: 38,000
  19. 19. Volunteers Were Essential 100%30% of all hours 90%worked weredonated. 80% 70%Small orgs: 60%More than 50% of 50%hours donated. 40% 30% 20% Staff 10% 0% Volunteer Small Medium Large Very Large Total
  20. 20. The 2011 Portfolio was made possible by The Pew Charitable Trusts, PNC, and the William Penn Foundation. Additional support was provided by the Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation.
  21. 21. STUART ADAIRVP of Finance & AdministrationGreater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance
  22. 22. Cultural Alliance Members:• Discounts for AFP–GPC Professional Development Events• Special Opportunities – Scholarships and Service• Dedicated Program for Arts & Culture• Ongoing Networking Opportunities
  23. 23. JAIME HOWARDPresident, AFP-GPCThe Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia
  24. 24. Association of Fundraising Professionals – Greater Philadelphia Chapter (AFP-GPC) Gloria M. Pugliese, CFRE – Chair Jaime L. Howard – President Stan Retif, CFRE – President Elect Jo-Ann Zoll – Secretary Carol Revak, CFRE – Treasurer Ethan Gray – Executive DirectorSLIDE 25 | COURSE NAME OR PRESENTATION TITLE
  25. 25. AFP-GPC Fast Facts 650 members representing the 8-county Greater Philadelphia Region Fifth Largest Chapter of the International Association; Fourth Largest in the U.S. 85+ active committee and board volunteers Distributes a quarterly eNewsletter, FundLine Posts regional job opportunities two times per month Approximately $15,000 allocated for GPC scholarships 1,650 program and event attendees in 2011 Chapter Office located at 100 N. 20th Street, 4th FloorSLIDE 26 | COURSE NAME OR PRESENTATION TITLE
  26. 26. Member BenefitsAFP International AFP-GPC• AFP Information Exchange • Educational Programs• Resource Center • Networking Opportunities• AFP eWire • FundLine• Advancing Philanthropy • Volunteer Committees• Kaleidoscope • Job Postings• Web/Audio Conferences • Mentoring Program• Job Center • Scholarships• Bookstore and Online• Scholarships• Public Policy & Advocacy InitiativesSLIDE 27 | COURSE NAME OR PRESENTATION TITLE
  27. 27. 2012 Events and Activities • Franklin Forum – May 3, 2012 • Diversity Conference – June 2012 • National Philanthropy Day – November 14, 2012 • Monthly Educational Programs • Networking Breakfasts & Receptions • AFP International Conference in Vancouver, BC – April 1-3, 2012 • AFP TechKnow Conference in Orlando, FL – June 4-6, 2012SLIDE 28 | COURSE NAME OR PRESENTATION TITLE
  28. 28. Scholarships Program and Event Scholarships Diversity & Outreach Membership Scholarships Diversity and Outreach Scholarship Program was developed to promote diversity in the fundraising profession and in the membership of AFP- GPC, both in the individuals who participate and in the organizations that are involved. Chamberlain Scholarship If you are considering attending the 2013 AFP International Conference and you have never attended an AFP International Conference you may be eligible to receive The Chamberlain Scholarship. Applications posted in Fall 2012.SLIDE 29 | COURSE NAME OR PRESENTATION TITLE
  29. 29. AFP Membership Categories Individual  Professional  Young Professional – NEW in Spring 2012!  Associate Organizational  Small Non-Profit – NEW in Spring 2012!  Large Non-Profit  Business MemberSLIDE 30 | COURSE NAME OR PRESENTATION TITLE
  30. 30. Important Web Addresses http://www.afpgpc.org (Greater Philadelphia Chapter) http://www.afpnet.org (International) http://jobs.afpnet.org (Job Center) Join our LinkedIn Groups :  Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) – Greater Philadelphia Chapter  The Color of Money Networking GroupSLIDE 31 | COURSE NAME OR PRESENTATION TITLE
  31. 31. STUART ADAIRVP of Finance & AdministrationGreater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance
  32. 32. Thank you!

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