Professional Development & Networking Luncheon Meeting


March 28, 2018

  • 11:30 - 12:00 ... Networking
  • 12:00 - 1:00 ... Lunch & Program

Toledo Club: 235 14th St, Toledo, OH 43604

Approved for 1.0 CFRE Credit; documentation

Registration/Cancellation Deadline:
March 23, 2018


  • On or Before March 23:
    $18 members of AFP or TAPPP
    $25 non-members
  • After March 23:
    $23 members
    $30 non-members
  • If this is your FIRST meeting:
    No charge


Payment & Refund Policy

The AFPNWO Chapter accepts credit card payments only, and all payments must be received in advance. If you do not pay by the registration deadline, you will be charged the additional $5.00 late fee. If you make a reservation, you are responsible for the fee even if you do not attend. Cancellations must be received by the posted reservation deadline to be eligible for a refund or non-payment.





Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth

  • Ken Frisch, ACFRE - Vice President, Philanthropic Services & Advancement, Toledo Community Foundation (retired) - profile

Gift HorseWhat do CDs, soybeans, a drilling rig, art, and a quilt hanger all have in common? They have all been donated to nonprofits as valuable assets worth thousands of dollars.

So what do YOU do when you get a "gift horse"? Learn about dealing with a wide variety of gifts of tangible property. Examine what policies and procedures your organization (small or large) needs to have in place to help manage them.

And what about that gift horse?


About the Presenter

Ken FrischKen Frisch, ACFRE, has more than 40 years of experience in all areas of development. He retired as the vice president, philanthropic services & advancement for the Toledo Community Foundation in 2016 and is currently working with area non-profits. Previously, he served as director of development for Hospice of Northwest Ohio after starting as the capital campaign director for their $9 million campaign. 

Before Hospice, he worked at Bowling Green State University and Ohio University in the areas of planned, major and annual giving. He also served as the grants and communication coordinator for the Southeastern Ohio Voluntary Education Cooperative (SEOVEC) and taught high school.

Over the years, Ken has served as a consultant for churches, health organizations, and the Boy Scouts of America. He has presented at national, regional and state conferences. Other community activities have included Bowling Green Community Foundation board, Bowling Green Jr. High PTO, United Way of Athens County, Dairy Barn Cultural Arts Center, Second International King Midget Jamboree, Holy Mischief Makers, National Jigsaw Puzzle Championship, and Tipp City Players. 

Ken is past president of the AFP Northwest Ohio Chapter. In January 2007 he earned his Advanced Certified Fundraising Executive (ACFRE) certification from AFP. He is one of more than 108 individuals in the world with this certification. He is also certified as a Master Teacher through AFP’s Faculty Training Academy. In November 2007 he was honored by the AFP Northwest Ohio Chapter as the 2007 Outstanding Fundraising Professional and in 2009 he received the CCS Award for Outstanding Fundraising Professional from the International Association of Fundraising Professionals. Currently he is serving on the ACFRE Certification Board.





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