AFP Central Florida’s Reviewed Portrait

Check out the Association of Fundraising Professional Central Florida’s portrait on the Central Florida Foundation’s website.

What’s a portrait?

CFFCFF logoCentral Florida Foundation has a searchable database of portraits that “paints a picture” of the nonprofit organization. The information is provided by nonprofits and validated by the Foundation staff through a review process. Each portrait provides in-depth information about a nonprofit’s management, governance, financial health and programs. A portrait’s content can inform strategic financial investments and educate about quality of life issues that impact the community.

Donors can easily find organizations they want to research in order to make stronger giving decisions. Nonprofit organizations can use the portrait in their donor relations by steering constituents to the portrait. The portrait contains most needs of a grant writer for completing grant applications. The portrait is reviewed annually for updated information.

More about the Central Florida Foundation:

Central Florida Foundation is the place for people who want to invest in their community. The Foundation serves as the region’s community foundation and is home to more than 400 charitable funds. The Foundation manages and invests funds, offers personalized service and expert giving advice, connects caring people, businesses, governments and organizations to local initiatives that build and inspire community, and empowers them to make informed decisions that make a difference now and in the future. Central Florida Foundation works with individuals, families, businesses, professional advisors and nonprofits.

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