Skip Navigation

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.

Dominate Social Media! Come to our April 12 luncheon presentation to find out how! Details herePlease note that our new luncheon location is SEASONS GRILL, 2031 Mountain RD NW, Albuquerque.

AFP Quick Poll


Required indicates a required field

Mar 14 - Development Associate
The Development Associate is a key member of the development team. This individual contributes to the Foundation’s efforts to secure major gifts for the ongoing New Mexico Museum of Art Centennial Campaign, the upcoming Campaign for New Mexico History, annual giving campaigns and special programs. Responsibilities include prospect research, prospect and donor tracking, and donor communications and events. The Associate reports to both the Vice President of Development and the Director of Leadership Giving for the New Mexico Museum of Art. The Development Associate also works collaboratively with the Foundation’s overall development team. ... more >
Mar 14 - Partner Relations & Events Manager
This position is a key member of the Animal Humane Marketing Team and is responsible for sponsorship identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship; and management of events including Doggie Dash & Dawdle, Feline Film Festival, New Mexico Humane Conference, and business partnerships. ... more >
Mar 13 - Development Director
CLNkids is searching for a great Development Director. Full or part-time, team-player with excellent attitude and commitment to improving the lives of homeless children. ... more >
Feb 28 - Director of Leadership Giving, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and the Office of Archaeological Studies
The Director of Leadership Giving, in partnership with the President/CEO, is responsible for all development activities for the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and the Office of Archaeological Studies. The Director leads the Trustee and Major Giving programs and provides support to the Friends of Indian Art. ... more >
Feb 20 - Chief Development Officer
Roadrunner Food Bank, a Feeding America member serving the entire state of New Mexico, is seeking a dynamic Chief Development Officer. If you are looking for an exciting and cutting edge environment where you can make a difference in the feeding industry, Roadrunner Food Bank is that organization. For more information can be found at: ... more >
Mar 21 - AFP Top Ten Fundraising Tips (Week of March 19, 2018): Emailing Donors, Better Photos, Donor-Advised Photos & More!
(Mar. 19, 2018) 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 >
Mar 20 - Three Things You Need to Know About Hosting a Charity Auction
(Mar. 20, 2018) An auction can be one of the best ways to raise money for your cause—provided you know what you're doing, of course. Here's a bit of advice to help you get started. ... more >
Mar 20 - Mastering the Four Fundamentals of Diversity in Giving
The AFP Webinar on Diversity in Giving: Moving from Awareness to Action, presented by Alphonce J. Brown, Jr., ACFRE, and Dr. Janice Gow Pettey on March 14, highlighted the need for fundraising today to be tailored to the interests, value, and traditions of the many, replacing the one size fits all approach. ... more >
Mar 20 - AFP Young Professional Spotlight: Leah Heister
AFP talked with Leah Heister, one of our first Outstanding Young Professionals, about how she got involved in fundraising, what it’s like to work in the consulting field, and the importance of networking and mentoring. ... more >
Mar 20 - April is National Financial Literacy Month—Ways to Educate Donors About Financial and Charitable Planning
April 2018 is the 14th anniversary of National Financial Literacy Month and an important opportunity for all charities to help educate donors about financial challenges and how planning—and including philanthropy in your planning—can help overcome those challenges. ... more >