The Council for Resource Development (CRD) is the essential education and networking choice for all community college development professionals. CRD connects, educates, supports, strengthens, and celebrates community college development professionals. An affiliate of the American Association of Community Colleges, CRD serves over 1750 members at more than 750 institutions.
CRD is a member-driven organization. Our programs are developed and delivered by professionals currently employed in the field of resource development at two-year colleges. Drawing on the expertise and experience of our peers ensures that programming is current, relevant, and applicable.
Membership is open to anyone interested in the welfare of community colleges, and includes donor development officers, grant development and management officers, foundation directors, alumni development officers, graduate students, college presidents, administrators, faculty, and staff.
"CRD has been the most beneficial source of professional development in 10 years in resource development and advancement. I have benefitted from attending the annual
CRD conference, the Resource Development Boot Camp, and participating in webinars. Most importantly, the sharing and networking on the CRD listserv has enabled me to
learn, grow, and develop as a fundraising professional. Becoming a member of CRD has been the best investment in my professional career."
SouthArk Community College Foundation, AR