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Watch our on-demand webconference to learn more about why the focus needs to be on alumni leaders and volunteers.
Millennial alumni are willing to donate to and become involved with their alma maters, but they seek greater levels of personalization, customization, and convenience than ever before. This study examines how institutions can enhance their alumni engagement strategies to appeal to prospective millennial donors, volunteers, and leaders.
This report investigates how administrators within advancement offices evaluate donor perceptions, opinions, and satisfaction with the overall giving experience.
With the advent of the COVID-19 era, much of advancement leaders’ attention has shifted to the pipeline. Read the takeaways from our 2020 roundtable meeting series, where we shared how advancement’s response to the coronavirus crisis could change the face of the industry for years to come.
Eight tools to help you improve donor participation and fundraising methods to better engage different types of donors.
Alumni relations professionals today face unprecedented pressure to demonstrate value, and senior advancement leaders across the country have begun asking them tough questions about ROI. This toolkit will help you prioritize elements of your alumni relations enterprise and quantify its impact.
This webconference serves as an introduction to the Advancement Forum’s “New Rules of Engagement” research initiative. In this session, we discuss the current landscape for alumni volunteering, review the business case for volunteer engagement, and identify areas to prioritize for future investment.
This report examines the membership structure, transition process, and funding sources of alumni associations that transition membership models.
Use this tool to establish a process for surfacing major gift prospects from engagement events and handing them off to gift officers.
Even in its early stage of adoption, artificial intelligence (AI) can efficiently raise more money and improve the donor experience.