REMINDER: The 2022 NACCDO Benchmarking Survey is now available!

We hope that you will facilitate your Cancer Center’s participation in this important study.

Survey responses are due by Friday, March 25, 2022.

The complete survey results will be available shortly after this year’s NACCDO conference for free and only to participating Cancer Centers.

NACCDO-PAMN Annual Conference Spring Update

Registration is soaring and 400+ participants are expected for the April 25-28, 2022 Annual Conference hosted by The University of Kansas Cancer Center.

  • The member registration rate of $600 will increase to $685 on March 26.
  • Session selection modification is available till April 4
  • A link to the conference mobile app upload will be provided on April 11
  • Have you found your perfect 1920s Theme attire for the Monday, April 25 Welcome Reception? Post a picture using #NACCDOPAMN2022 and be automatically entered to win a prize to be awarded during the Welcome Reception.
  • More information on our 72 sessions, 150 amazing speakers, conference activities, and health and safety measures is available on the conference website!

Exciting News from the Stephenson Cancer Center!

Our friends at the Stephenson Cancer Center have shared news of a transformational gift of $20 Million to support research faculty and renovate the building where cancer breakthroughs happen. Learn more here.

NACCDO Joins Charitable Giving Coalition

NACCDO has joined the Charitable Giving Coalition, a group of more than 175 charities and nonprofits from across the country united to defend the Charitable Deduction.

Formed in 2009, the coalition is dedicated to preserving the charitable giving incentive that ensures that our nation’s charities receive the funds necessary to fulfill their essential philanthropic missions. The coalition provides a unique and unified voice on Capitol Hill on issues affecting the charitable deduction, a voice composed of both direct lobbying and robust grassroots advocacy.

“The Charitable Deduction and the long-standing enlightened public policy behind it, is of paramount importance to each of our member institutions,” says Michael Delzotti, CFRE, FAHP, NACCDO Chair. “Joining the CGC underscores our role as a leader among fundraising organizations.”

Representing independent charities, private and community foundations and their grantees, the Charitable Giving Coalition’s members include NACCDO peers such as: American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR), the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), the Council on Foundations, The Philanthropy Roundtable, and numerous other leading charitable organizations.

NACCDO At-A-Glance

This year, we’ve created a new guide for all members. This is in your welcome email this year, but in case you haven’t gotten yours yet or you missed this, we’ve linked it here, as well.

Another leap forward for NACCDO & our members!

Former NACCDO Chair Sally Wajahn has taken on the newly created role of Manager, Cancer Center Engagement for NACCDO. She retired earlier this year as Senior Director of Development at the Cleveland Clinic’s Taussig Cancer Center as this position was being developed, so the timing was perfect.

To read more about Sally’s new role and how she’ll be helping centers create Member Engagement Plans, click here.

Questions about your member password?

Login credentials are for the member cancer center and are for all cancer development staff to use to access the members’ section of the website.

If you have trouble accessing the members’ section, just email

CFRE Credit

Did you know that most NACCDO conference sessions and webinars qualify for CFRE credit?

NACCDO members can earn CFRE credits towards certification or continuing education. NACCDO is a CFRE International Participating Organization.

As a participating organization, NACCDO now provides member institutions with a 20% discount off regular fees for initial CFRE® certification or re-certification. Conference participants should visit the CFRE International website at to enroll and earn credits at the April conference. 

Learn more here.


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Membership Roster Updates

If you need to provide us with an updated roster after renewing your membership, please email any changes to Google Sheets are changed to “view only” status once we receive notification that they are complete.

Affinity Groups Have Launched

Ten affinity groups have been established to support information sharing and professional growth for staff in all areas of fundraising.  Groups are chaired by your NACCDO peers, with significant experience in each area.  Each group works a bit differently, depending on the needs of the group, but most hold regular discussions, they have specific goals for the group, and all are supported by an online communication platform.  Ask questions, share ideas, post documents, network.  To join, and for contact information, log in to the Members’ section.

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