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10 Things Every Fundraiser Must Know

April 12th, 2017
8am Networking
8:30am Program
NHC Arboretum 6206 Oleander Dr Wilmington 

Nothing rolls cynical eyes faster than the promise of understanding a complex issue with a quick and easy-to-read list. That is why our upcoming program will be presented by three AFP members who have been raising money in our region successfully and creatively for more than a combined 45 years. This will not be bite-sized nonsense. Anyways, we know that deep beneath the exaggerated sighs, we all do have a tender love for list posts. (Even the ones that promise your next special event will be a major success if you do these 10 things. Sigh.) 

  

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