Please note that this event has been postponed until further notice.

Date: Thursday May 14, 2020

Time: 8:00am - 8:30am - Registration & Breakfast

8:30am - 10:00am - Workshop

Location: Training Centres of Canada, 330 Bay St #610, Toronto, ON M5H 2S8 map

Presenters: Ashley Gatewood

Cost: $35.00 for AFP Members - $45.00 for Non-Members

Earning the Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) credential shows the world your commitment to upholding the highest levels of confidence, ethics, and professionalism in fundraising. It demonstrates your proven fundraising knowledge to your board, colleagues, donors, and beyond.

The CFRE is the only globally-recognized accredited certification for fundraising professionals like you. CFREs report greater recognition from colleagues, improved on-the-job confidence, and enhanced professional opportunities (Source: 2018 CFRE Certificant Survey).

Join us for this presentation led by CFRE International’s Communications and Marketing Manager Ashley Gatewood and with current CFREs sharing their experience. You will learn how the CFRE process works and the benefits it will have to your career and job performance.

This session will provide you with an overview of the CFRE credential – what it is, how to get started, eligibility requirements, filling out the application, tips for taking the CFRE exam, and the recertification process.

Please log-in to register & to access member pricing.

Questions? Please e-mail Inderbir Malhotra at events@afptoronto.org or contact us at 416-941-9212.

Speakers
Ashley Gatewood

Communications and Marketing Manager

CFRE International

Ashley Gatewood

Communications and Marketing Manager
CFRE International

Based in Baltimore, Ashley Gatewood is passionate about the nonprofit sector and membership associations, having spent the bulk of her career in these areas. She loves talking about the CFRE certification and how it can help elevate fundraising professionals’ careers. She believes bringing a higher degree of professionalism and ethical accountability to fundraising will help nonprofits become more sustainable and better serve their missions.

Previously, she was the events and marketing manager at the Fundraising Institute of New Zealand, where she helped bring world-class fundraising programing to the country.