GPA South Florida:

This chapter was founded as the GPA Broward Chapter on May 21, 2004 with 10 members. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of the charter members and officers, the chapter continued to grow. On June 27, 2013, the chapter voted to change its name and geographic service area as a result of a merger with the GPA Miami-Dade Chapter. The application for Chapter Charter reflecting the new name, GPA South Florida, was signed by the members on September 26, 2013. With more than 75 members, GPA South Florida now represents grant professionals from the following counties: Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Collier, Lee, and Monroe.











We Offer:

  • Professional development workshops
  • Networking with peers
  • Information sharing: funding, skills, tips
  • Help! Reach out to a large pool of subject matter experts
  • A dynamic organization where everybody understands what you do

We Meet:

We meet the 4th Thursday of the month, except December. Our meetings feature professional development and networking. As the South Florida Chapter, we draw our membership from both Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Collier, Lee, and Monroe counties.

We are affiliated with the Grant Professional Association, originally founded as the American Association of Grant Professionals in 1994.

We host annual full day workshops or a regional conference that bring nationally recognized leaders in grantsmanship to South Florida.

About GPA:

GPA is the leading authority and resource for the practice of all grantsmanship in all sectors of the field.

As a professional organization, GPA:

  • Advances the field by promoting professional growth and development.
  • Enhances the public image and recognition of the profession within the greater philanthropic, public and private funding communities.
  • Promotes positive relationships between grant professionals and their stakeholders.

GPA Code of Ethics:

The Grant Professionals Association (GPA), a nonprofit membership association, is committed to serving the greater public good by practicing the highest ethical and professional standards. If you believe a member of the Grant Professionals Association has violated the GPA Code of Ethics, please contact our national office.

Grant Professional Certification Institute:

For the long term, GPA continues to lead the efforts to establish a formal credentialing process. Grant Professional Certification Institute (GPCI) was formed as an affiliate organization to AAGP for the purpose of overseeing the development of critical standards within an ethical framework that will help define the future of grantsmanship.