Join Anthony “Tony” Rogers, Coral Gables Community Foundation board member and President and CEO of Planning Consultants Group, for an interactive seminar that will provide practical steps on how to steward multicultural donors including African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans, and other communities of color. Tony will cover facts, figures and his perspectives on the latest Kellogg Foundation study, Cultures of Giving, a study dedicated to giving within and on behalf of communities of color.
The workshop is at Barry University on December 6, 2012 from 8:30 – 10:30 AM; price of event includes parking & breakfast. For more information on the Shades of Philanthropy workshop or to purchase tickets please visit www.afpmiami.org.
Tony, an attorney, is a member of the Coral Gables Community Foundation and serves as is its current Vice Chair and Treasurer. He is a community leader who takes pride in giving back and works tirelessly educating his clients, local organizations and the general public about the strategies and importance of building wealth in all communities.
The event is sponsored by AFP Miami and Blacks in Philanthropy South Florida Network.
AFP Miami was founded in 1975 to advance the field of fundraising by promoting the highest ethical standards and professional practices throughout the local nonprofit sector. AFP Miami has a membership of more than 100 talented and well-respected fundraising professionals from the private nonprofit, public, and consulting arenas who maintain the highest ethical standards possible in fundraising.