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The Association of Fundraising Professionals New Mexico Chapter is the leading organization for fundraisers and nonprofit professionals. We currently represent over 125 members from the leading nonprofit charities, foundations, and consultants across the state. Whether you’re already a member, looking to join, or just learning more about us, we’re glad you’re here! Please take a look at our many offerings.

Our Mission:
The AFP New Mexico Chapter, an association of professionals, advances philanthropy by empowering people and organizations to practice ethical and effective fundraising. The core activities through which the chapter fulfills this mission include education and training, promoting credentialing, providing resources, networking, forging alliances, mentoring, advocacy and recognition.

There are many levels of membership in AFP-NM, including one to fit you. If you work at a small organization, membership is only $150.00 per year, while young professionals under thirty can join for just $75.00. Learn more about AFP membership categories here.  Are you interested in joining AFP-NM but need financial assistance? Visit our Chapter Member Scholarship page.

News & Upcoming Events

June 22, 2017: How to Approach Small/Community Businesses for Gifts

August 17, 2017: The Science of the Art of Assessing Gift Capacity

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Jun 23 - Development Officer
UWCNM is seeking a Development Officer for our dynamic and fast-paced community impact organization. UWCNM is a local non-profit organization serving Bernalillo, Sandoval, Torrance and Valencia Counties. ... more >
Jun 23 - Director of Development, University Libraries
The UNM Foundation seeks an experienced, results-oriented individual with successful major gift experience for the position of Director of Development for the University of New Mexico University Libraries. The successful applicant will join a team of professionals in implementing a comprehensive development program. The candidate will work closely with the Dean of the Libraries, the faculty, staff, volunteers, and friends to identify prospects, develop strategies leading to solicitation, and steward major donors. This is an exceptional opportunity for an analytical, goal-oriented fundraising professional to provide strong leadership in designing and implementing a strategic program for annual support and to conduct major gift solicitations. ... more >
Jun 12 - Marketing and Alumni Relations Coordinator - Part-Time
The Marketing Coordinator assists the Communications and Marketing Director with duties related to communications and messaging to constituent groups. Candidates should be able to multitask, have strong communication skills, and business knowledge. Marketing and sales awareness and experience can be helpful. The marketing coordinator professional is expected to assist with and deliver materials, products, and information in a timely manner on behalf of the marketing department. The position requires 20 to 24 hours per week with one month off in the summer and reports to the Director of Communications, Marketing, and Alumni Relations. ... more >
Jun 20 - Canada at the International Fundraising Summit: Now It’s Time to Prepare!
Now that he’s attend the International Fundraising Summit, AFP Canada Board Chair Scott Decksheimer, CFRE, says Canada needs to learn from what’s happening in other countries to be better prepared for the future of our profession. ... more >
Jun 20 - AFP Top Ten (Week of June 21, 2017): Large Boards, Managing Your Time, Donor Recognition Opportunities & More!
(June 21, 2017) Our weekly round-up of blog posts, articles, videos and other resources to help you keep on top of latest trends and reach your fundraising goals. ... more >
Jun 15 - CRA Recommendations Support Public Policy Engagement by Charities
(July 13, 2017) In a significant win for Canada’s charitable sector, the Canada Revenue Agency has recommended major changes to laws and regulations that will encourage charities to engage more fully in public policy dialogue and development. ... more >