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February 26, 2020 - Lethbridge Sun Times/Shopper - page 43 SUN TIMES/SHOPPER fundraising position Elevating the


Submitted by The Association of Fundraising Professionals – Southern Alberta Chapter


M


ost charities in Canada are small, with 91 per cent of charitable organizations employing 10 or fewer full-


time staff. These small organizations are contributing to our communities in so many amazing ways and often doing so with less than ideal resources. When we look at these charitable


organizations collectively as a sector, it is quite amazing to see just how large an impact they are making as part of our economy. This sector contributed an estimated $151 billion to Canada’s GDP according to a 2013 study by Johns Hopkins University. This amounts to 8.1 per cent of the Canadian GDP. Further to that point, 1.4 million Canadians, which represents 10 per cent of the national workforce, are employed full-time in the charity sector. With the share of the economy that the


charitable sector occupies, it is vital that fundraising professionals develop themselves and elevate the fundraising profession. After all, charitable organizations and not-for-profits are stewards of donor dollars which requires a high degree of ethics and trust. The Association of Fundraising


Professionals (AFP) has been the standard-bearer for professionalism in fundraising for over 50 years. If you are employed in a fundraising capacity and are not an AFP member, there are many reasons why you should consider adding your name to the ranks of over 30,000 fundraising professionals who are. Members of AFP serve on local and international committees and work on a


variety of issues from building the core body of fundraising knowledge to building the public trust in the philanthropic process. Their commitment not only to the missions they work for but also to the betterment of their communities elevates the status of the fundraising profession. AFP is committed to lifelong learning


and regularly provides educational opportunities designed to increase knowledge and keep up with the newest trends in fundraising. Locally, our AFP chapter provides bursaries and scholarships for conference in Canada and beyond to help our local fundraisers learn from the very best. As well, we organize monthly Lunch and Learn sessions for members on topics such as Navigating Uncertainty, Strategies for Small Shop Fundraising and Ethics in Fundraising. “When I first started out in fund


development at the Canadian Cancer Society, I worked alongside a Major Gifts Officer who was amazing at what she did,” said Ben Kwan, Development Officer at Lethbridge College and local AFP board member. “I knew if I wanted to make a career in this field, I would have to learn to replicate how she fostered relationships, built trust with donors and armed herself with immense knowledge about the mission. She moved onto another organization but the last bit of advice she gave me was to stay close to AFP.” As fundraising professionals, we have


great opportunities to make a lasting impact on organizations, our community, and the profession. We are actively looking for new board members so if you are interested in learning more, visit community.afpnet.org/afpabsouthernch apter.


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Best Buffet 1.Imperial China


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Best Breakfast Restaurant 1.Chef Stella's 2.Coras 3.IHOP


Best Brunch 1.Chef Stella's 2.Firestone


3.Paradise Canyon GC


Best Family / Casual 1.Two Guys & A Pizza 2.Boston Pizza


3.Luigis Pizza & Steak House North


Best Caterer 1.Prime Catering 2.LA Chefs 3.Bavaru


Best Chinese Food 1.New Shanghi Golden Chopsticks 2.Imperial China


3.Mimi’s Restaurant


Best Coffee Shop 1.Cuppers


2.The Penny Coffee House 3.Bread Milk & Honey


Best Deli


1.Lakeview Bakery 2.Mad Butcher 3.Save On Foods


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Best Dessert 1.Firestone


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Best East Indian Cuisine 1.Mango Tree


2.New Taste of India 3.Taj East Indian Cuisine


Best Fast Food Restaurant 1.A&W


2.Edo Japan 3.Piggyback Poutinerie


Best Fine Dining 1.The Keg 2.Plum


3.Italian Table


Best Fish N Chips 1.Joeys Seafood Restaurant 2.Whitbies Fish & Chips 3.Kingsman Ale House


Best Food Truck 1.Tail Gators


2.Tacos del Oso Muerto 3.Swirls


Best Frozen Dessert 1.Marble Slab Creamery 2.DQ


3.Swirls


Best Happy Hour 1.Hudson's Taphouse 2.Honkers Pub & Eatery 3.Pop's Pub


Best Japanese Cuisine 1.Lighthouse


2.Oshos Japanese Restaurant 3.Edo Japan


Best Mexican Cuisine 1.Cafe Verde 2.El Comal


3.Los Del Cid


Best New Restaurant 1.Stonefire Pizza Company 2.El Greco Cuisine 3.New Taste of India


Best Pizza Restaurant 1.Two Guys and a Pizza Place 2.Top Pizza & Spaghetti House 3.Luigi's North


Best Pub


1.Telegraph Tap House 2.Honkers Pub


3.Hudson's Taphouse


Best Restaurant Patio 1.Firestone


2.Mocha Cabana 3.Hudson's Taphouse


Best Soup 1.Green Wok 2.Chef Stella's


3.Milk Bread & Honey


Best Sports Bar 1.Average Joes 2.Pops Pub 3.Legends


Best Vietnamese 1.Mama La 2.Saigonese 3.Thaun Hoa


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