Skip Navigation

Welcome to the Florida First Coast Chapter Founded in 1986, the AFP Florida First Coast Chapter represents over 160 fundraising professionals at over 95 organizations. The mission of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Florida First Coast Chapter is to advance ethical philanthropy through education, peer support and advocacy, thus enabling individuals and organizations to better serve the diverse communities and people of the First Coast.  


March Educational Program

Win More Donors and Volunteers with Email Marketing

Presented by

Wayne Robbins, Director of Business Development, Delivera

Dual Presentations: Breakfast in Jacksonville, Lunch in St. Augustine

For Jacksonville:

Wednesday, March 15th from 8am to 10:00am

The River Club

Cost: $30 for Members and $45 for Non-Members



For St. Augustine:

Wednesday, March 15th from 12pm to 1:30pm

The Florida School for the Deaf and Blind

Cost: $15




CFRE Review Course (Feb. 18th)



Connect with us on Social Media:




Sign up for Text Message Alerts:

Text "afpjax" to 77948 or click here to sign up.

AFP Quick Poll


Required indicates a required field

Feb 21 - Advancement Services Director
CHS was founded in 1902 and has a rich legacy of serving Florida’s most vulnerable children. Today, we have grown to over 1,900 employees serving children, families and communities across the state of Florida. Our vision is, “a world where children realize their full potential”. Our mission, “building bridges to success for children”. We accomplish this through a vast array of home visiting, counseling, shelter and case management services. We collaborate with community partners to support families, remove barriers and close care gaps. We build bridges to greater opportunity and self-sufficiency. We do this, so that we can break intergenerational cycles of poverty, abuse and neglect. ... more >
Feb 21 - Alumni Services Coordinator
The University of North Florida, Development and Alumni Engagement unit invite applications for the position of Coordinator Alumni Services. Under the direction of an Assistant Director or above, the position is responsible for assisting in the design, development & implementation of departmental processes and/or programs. The qualified candidate will plan, develop and supervise alumni programs, events & activities. Responsibilities may include the following: development, coordination and hosting of a wide variety of alumni events from concept to execution; assisting with college chapter meetings and regional events (including travel outside the campus and Jacksonville area); arranging alumni events and meetings in conjunction with senior management travel schedules; assisting in the recruitment of new alumni volunteers; staffing Alumni Association events and meetings including weekend and evenings as required; staffing and guiding Alumni Association committees; assisting staff with other events, and duties as may be assigned. ... more >
Feb 10 - Database & Finance Specialist
The Database & Financial Specialist (hereafter DFS) will be responsible for overseeing and managing the daily operation of the donor database system, which tracks contributions, donor and prospect information, to ensure accuracy and integrity of the database. Primary duties of the Database & Finance Specialist include tracking and recording cash receipts, gift acknowledgements, accounts payable coding, bank statement reconciliation, preparation of mail list for solicitations and maintenance of the finance and donor database. ... more >
Feb 10 - Director of Development and Marketing
San Jose Episcopal Day School is a Jacksonville private elementary school with a strong academic program, nurturing Christian community and small classes. ... more >
Jan 31 - Grant Writer
Family Foundations is looking for an experienced grant writer to work closely with executive management and product leadership identifying and aligning available grant monies with key program needs. The successful candidate must be highly organized with the ability to understand and implement tracking systems and follow-up procedures; to use independent judgement and to produce a quality work product. Previous experience must demonstrate a proven track record in securing new funding opportunities; comprehensive knowledge of research and the ability to match available funding resources with the right programs and then document and track deliverables. ... more >
Feb 22 - Advanced Professional Spotlight: Mike House
We talk with Mike House, president and CEO of the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation in Edmonton, Alberta, about his job, the use of acronyms, managing a large staff and the moment he realized he wanted to be a leader and a CEO. ... more >
Feb 21 - AFP Top Ten (Week of February 22, 2017): Demystifying Data, Rage Donations, Donor-Centered Charities & More!
(Feb. 22, 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 >
Feb 21 - AFP Position on Repeal of the Johnson Amendment
Discussion about repealing the Johnson Amendment, which prohibits charities from engaging in partisan, electoral politics. AFP stakes out its position, opposing repeal on a number of grounds. ... more >
Feb 21 - Why Are There So Few Male Fundraisers?
Fundraising has been a female-dominated profession for decades. Why is that, and is it going to change any time soon? AFP members provide some ideas and perspective. ... more >