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$50 Professional or Associate New Member Discount!

In honor of National Philanthropy Day, AFP will be offering a $50.00 discount to new members joining in the Professional or Associate member category by November 30, 2014.

The discount applies to $50.00 off the International portion of the dues. Fill out the membership invitation as usual, but deduct $50.00 from the total and include this coupon with your payment. *Coupon must be included with payment.

To join online, go to www.afpnet.org and use Promo Code: NPD2014

One coupon per new member. Expires November 30, 2014

Questions, call the AFP Membership Department at (800) 666-3863

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