AFP and the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy is committed to diversity as an ongoing proactive process in its governance, chapters, committees, membership, programs and activities. AFP strives to attract, retain, accommodate, and involve a range of diverse people who are valued, accepted, and comfortable at the global, national, regional or local chapter level.
AFP defines diversity as a core value. It is an inclusive concept including, though not limited to, race, color, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation or identity; religion, nationality, age, economic class, educational level, language, physical, mobility and ability, geography, and marital and parental status. The state of being diverse means having the broadest possible representation of individuals, experiences, and perspectives in all-encompassing terms.
AFP and the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy does not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or expression. In order to track the effectiveness of our recruiting efforts and ensure we consider the needs of all our members and volunteers, please consider answering the following optional questions. Submission of this information is entirely voluntary. Responses will remain confidential and will be used only for reporting. All reported data will include trends only, no specific individuals will ever be identified.