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AFP's Canadian National Scholarship Program - Apply Now!

The AFP Foundation for Philanthropy—Canada offers Canadian fundraising professionals working for charitable and non-profit organizations the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills in fundraising.

Financial scholarships, up to a maximum of $1000, are being offered to cover registration and travel costs for educational programs at the local, national and/or international level.

Educational Programs that can be funded through the National Scholarship Program include, but are not limited to:

  • AFP Congress
  • AFP CFRE Review Course
  • AFP Chapter Fundraising Workshops & Conferences 
  • AFP Fundamentals of Fundraising Course
  • AFP International Conference
  • Other fundraising conferences/courses/tuition fees

*The Next Scholarship Deadline is March 15, 2017*

National Scholarship Program Guidelines are available in English and in French.

Application forms are below.

National Scholarship Program Application (English)
National Scholarship Program Application (French)


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