Updated: Aug 22, 2022
BRANTFORD, ON - CFRE International has named Angela (Angee) Turnbull as a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE). Turnbull, Executive Director of Lansdowne Children’s Centre Foundation, joins over 7,500 professionals around the world who hold a CFRE designation.
Said Turnbull about the accomplishment,
“I am so happy to belong to the most impactful sector. We make magic happen.”
Individuals granted the CFRE credential have met a series of standards set by CFRE International which include tenure in the profession, education and demonstrated fundraising achievement. They have also passed a rigorous written examination testing the knowledge skills, and abilities required of a fundraising executive, and have agreed to uphold Accountability Standards and the Donor Bill of Rights.
“The CFRE credential was created to identify for the public and employers those individuals who possess the knowledge, skills and commitment to perform fundraising duties in an effective and ethical manner,”
states CFRE International President and CEO Eva E. Aldrich, Ph.D., CAE (CFRE 2001-2016).
“As the certification is a voluntary achievement, the CFRE certification demonstrates a high level of commitment on the part of Angela Turnbull to the fundraising profession and the donors who are served.”
CFRE recipients are awarded certification for a three-year period. To maintain certification status, certificants must demonstrate on-going fundraising employment and fundraising results and continue with their professional education. Employers and donors who work with CFREs know they are getting a professional who is committed to the best outcomes for their organization and has the requisite knowledge and skills.
The CFRE certification signifies a confident, ethical fundraising professional.
“It meant the world to me. Business as usual tomorrow. Continuing to support our mission and tell impactful stories about our wonderful kids at Lansdowne Children’s Centre.”
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