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To meet campaign goals, institutions have historically pursued restricted dollars, but increasingly institutions desperately need budget relieving support. In this webconference, explore how advancement can help establish a sustainable operation while advancing the institution's core mission, such as student success.
During this webinar, we provided examples of how to educate the board of their role in the campaign and where they can have the most impact.
This report examines the motivation behind capital campaigns of one billion dollars or more, with a focus on how administrators determine the dollar goal, staffing additions, and campaign timeline.
In the 2023 Advancement Forum Roundtable series, the EAB research team will engage chief advancement officers and other advancement leaders in a series of sessions designed to advance strategic decision-making around the key priorities determining success—or failure—in today’s advancement landscape. Sessions are limited to Chief Advancement Officer, VP of Advancement, VP of Development and Alumni Relations, VC of Advancement, VC of Development and Alumni Relations, and President of the foundation.
Tools and resources to move mid-level donors up the giving pipeline.
Use this step-by-step playbook to downsize six key traditional campaign components.
This webconference will share best practices to ensure that campaigns remain compelling for donors at all levels.
This study explores strategies to cultivate mid-level donors and advance them up the giving pipeline.
This brief profiles strategies to identify, recruit, and onboard trustees with institutional affinity and giving capacity. This brief also profiles strategies to communicate expectations for financial contributions and maintain trustee engagement throughout their tenure.
This webconference walks through the critical questions that need to be considered to execute a mini-campaign, providing examples from member institutions that have taken this targeted approach.