We know these are challenging times and we hope that you and your loved ones are taking care during this crisis. Whether this means spending more time connecting with each other virtually, taking time to practice self-care and doing what’s good for you, or taking time to learn and network with your fellow AFP members, we hope the below resources can provide some valuable tools and can offer you some support and comfort amid this period of uncertainty.
Please check back on this page for the most recent Chapter updates regarding COVID-19. We will continue to add to this page as more information & resources become available.
For more information or questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
If you haven’t done so already, check out the below guides from AFP Global & AFP Canada on what members can do during this time and why it’s important now more than ever to stay connected with your AFP community.
- AFP Global – COVID-19 resource guide
- AFP Canada – Offering support and guidance to fundraisers
- AFP Canada – Member Value Matrix
Did you know that you can renew your membership online? Learn more here.
For more membership information and questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
We’ve compiled the following list of COVID-19 support resources for fundraisers and those in the non-profit sector – organized by public information available at the national, provincial and local levels (and of course some fun stuff too).
Know a great support that’s not on this list? Feel free to contribute and add links to any relevant resources / fun stuff we might have missed. We will do our best to add to this list each week with new information as it becomes available.
Please note that any additions to this list that do not reflect the fundraising and non-profit community, that are inappropriate and do not reflect AFP values, that aim to pitch or market specific for-profit services, that contain false information from unreliable or untrustworthy sources, will be removed.
Please be cognizant of the online content and other sources of information you consume and share with others. It is important that we keep this resource list ‘clean’ of any misinformation and containing only updates from reputable sources.
Not sure whether your addition comes from a reputable source? Try testing it out using the following evaluation process.
What if it’s something I saw on social media? Again, try to ask yourself a few of the above evaluation questions first before sharing. Luckily, Facebook has recently implemented a new fact-checking process to flag posts containing misinformation.
Who can I connect with more about this list? If you have any questions or concerns or other ideas you would like to contribute, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We appreciate all of your input and ongoing support. We are all in this together.