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The New Membership Structure Is Now in Effect

Thank you for your interest in the Association of Donor Relations Professionals (ADRP), your connection to inspired stewardship. We are excited to offer a new membership structure to better align with you and your organization's needs! There are now four types of memberships: Individual and three tiered Group Memberships. To help you decide which category of membership will be best for you and/or your colleagues as a group, we created a frequently asked questions page.

ADRP welcomes donor relations professionals from around the globe. When you join ADRP, you gain immediate access to a community of colleagues who do what you do every day, and who openly share their wisdom, experiences, and resources. Your membership provides the opportunity to expand your network, stay on top of emerging trends, and accelerate your career. 

What Our Members Say:

"The professional connections that I have established through the ADRP have been an added benefit to all the wonderful resources that the conferences, webinars, and website provide. These connections are a safety net and a cheering section for those times when I create new strategies or programs, or when I begin to stumble. I can count on my ADRP colleagues for their honest feedback and tremendous support!"


"Last week I spoke with a newer member who had reached out for guidance/mentoring. She has to pay the membership fee from her own pocket so she asked me if I felt it was a worthwhile investment. I told her YES! ADRP has been the foundation of my learning and growth in this field. The people are amazing and everyone is so willing to share."

There are 2 types of ADRP Membership:

Individual Membership | $185/individual

Covers one person, and is owned by that person. If the member leaves their job, the membership remains with them, no matter who paid for the membership.

Join as an Individual

Group Membership | Varied Tier Structure
The organization owns the membership and can transfer membership slots to other employees during their renewal period or with a permanent staff departure. It covers members within the allotted tier. 

  • Small Group: 2 – 5 employees for $800 (flat fee).
    The price comes out to $160/person with 5 members. 

  • Medium Group: Up to 10 employees for $1,550 (flat fee).
    The price comes out to $155/person with 10 members.

  • Large Group: Up to 20 employees for $3,000 (flat fee).
    The price comes out to $150/person with 20 members.

Join as a Group Member


If you are a current ADRP Member and want to upgrade to group membership, please contact the ADRP office at [email protected]Please be prepared to provide the following information to upgrade your membership when you contact the office:

  • Which Group Membership Tier would you like to be placed under? 
  • Names and email addresses of those you would like to be linked to the group membership.
  • Name and email address of the Key Contact who will be the person to receive renewal invoices in the future.

Membership dues are voluntary and non-refundable.

Membership Benefits

  • Affiliation with the leading advocate for the profession
  • Access to a growing network of colleagues, experts, and vendors through My ADRP
  • Informational webinars on a wide range of topics, and access to webinar archives
  • Discounted registration for conference and workshop attendance
  • Subscription to ADRP's monthly electronic newsletter, The Hub
  • Online resources of stewardship materials, procedures, and samples
  • Access to an international list of job postings throughout the field 

Here's what other ADRP members have said about being part of our association:

"The ADRP International Conference is the best opportunity I have found to network with professionals doing the same work I am doing. I have come away with nuggets of wisdom I can use immediately, and I feel energized about my work."

"I went to my first ADRP conference after only 3 months in my first stewardship role. I had no idea what I was doing so I sent a listserv email, asking if anyone who managed scholarship stewardship might be willing to meet with me for dinner in Providence. Within 2 hours, I had 12 new connections with roles similar to mine. We met for dinner and it was so relieving to know I wasn’t alone! I wasn’t the only one dealing with underspent funds or bizarro gift agreement requirements or demanding development officers."

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Member Directory & My ADRP 

Member Directory

The ADRP Member Directory ("Directory") is compiled and published by the Association of Donor Relations Professionals (ADRP) as a contact and networking source of demographic and professional information on individual members. ADRP members may opt out of appearing in the online directory. The Directory and/or any of its data, listings, or other constituent elements may not be downloaded, republished, resold, or duplicated, in whole or in part, by individual members for commercial purposes nor for purposes of compiling mailing lists or any other lists of non-profit professionals. The use of the Directory by individual members to establish independent data files or compendiums of statistical information is prohibited. ADRP does, under certain circumstances which are codified in the ADRP Policy Manual, provide Directory data to vendor partners, and program exhibitors and sponsors. ADRP does not give out member email addresses.


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You may also connect with other ADRP members by using the My ADRP platform. For more information about My ADRP, please visit the My ADRP  Overview and Resources page