Ethics in Philanthropy Roundtable Thursday, April 2, 2015 • 4:15 P.M. at Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Strong ethics are assumed as the foundation for trust and the healthy functioning of our society. Yet, too often we only discuss the topic of ethics when there has been a scandalous lapse or breach of trust. Join AFP Chicago for the fourth annual Ethics in Philanthropy Roundtable.
2015 Philanthropy Awards Luncheon Honoree Spotlight Raul Raymundo - Outstanding Community Leader Award
On May 1st, AFP Chicago will honor seven of the most distinguished leaders of the Chicago’s philanthropic and nonprofit sectors at the 39th Annual Philanthropy Award Luncheon. Please allow us to introduce you to one of our distinguished honorees...
Raul Raymundo - Outstanding Community Leader Award
Raul Raymundo grew up in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago and has long understood the challenges and strengths of working-class and immigrant families. After graduating from Carleton College in Minnesota with a degree in Sociology, he returned in 1988 to live and work in the Pilsen neighborhood. Read more...
AFP Chicago is a welcoming community of fundraisers. Get connected and build one-on-one relationships with like-minded professionals. As a member, you can access educational opportunities, discounts to events and publications and share your experience and insights with others. Membership has its benefits!
Getting to Know 2015 AFP Chicago Fellow Channing Lenert
Channing Lenert is a 2015 AFP Chicago Fellow and Development & Operations Manager for Working in the Schools (WITS). We spoke with him recently about when and how he entered the development profession, what challenges he thinks young professionals face today, and why he’s thrilled to be an AFP Chicago Fellow this year.