March Roundtable and Social – Storytelling for Nonprofits

 AFP Roundtable and Social
at The Stillery at Sterling Farms Golf Course, Stamford

Join us for our latest Roundtable Discussion and Stillery, at Sterling Farms Golf Course in Stamford! We will be in a heated, enclosed deck with a beautiful view of the golf course. The back-to-back events will take place on Tuesday, March 19th.

The Roundtable is from 4:30 pm-5:30 pm and is a “members-only” benefit. There is no fee. Our topic is storytelling for nonprofits. Matthew Reynolds, Founder and Chief Storyteller for Rustic Roots helps nonprofits use the power of storytelling to help communicate and achieve their mission and make fundraising easier. Mathew will have a short presentation and share his experience helping organizations improve their storytelling.

Bring your questions and share your successes. Our Roundtables are designed so that you can freely ask questions and exchange ideas. 

The Social will run from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm and is open to members, guests, and future members. This is a great time to mix and mingle, exchange cards, make friends, and build new relationships. It is also the perfect setting to learn about new opportunities in nonprofits or get more involved with AFP!

There will be delicious appetizers included. The registration fee of $25 for all!

Our Presenter:

Matthew Reynolds – Founder & Chief Storyteller, Rustic Roots

For over 15 years, Matthew has been creating videos for organizations of all sizes to help tell their story and raise money. He founded Rustic Roots Creative in 2015 to serve nonprofits and help them engage donors through video.

He loves filming and spending time with his wife Heather, son Jameson, and twin girls Magnolia & Carolina.



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Thank you to Our 2024 Education Series Sponsor:



For 75 years, CCS Fundraising, a strategic fundraising firm, has empowered many of the world’s greatest organizations to advance some of the most important causes in history. As leading consulting experts in campaign and development strategy, we plan and implement fundraising initiatives to help nonprofit organizations make a bigger impact—locally, nationally, and globally.

Members of the CCS team are highly experienced and knowledgeable across sectors, disciplines, and regions. Our unique, customized approach provides each organization with dedicated professionals who help mission-driven organizations meet their most pressing challenges and achieve their most ambitious goals. While the results of our work are immediate, our impact is enduring.

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Date: Tuesday, March 19th

4:30pm – 5:30pm Roundtable: Storytelling for Nonprofits
5:30pm – 7:0pm Social
Location: The Stillery, 1349 Newfield Ave, Stamford, CT 06905

Social Fee


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CFRE Credits:

You earn 1.0 CFRE credits toward certification for this event.
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