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3 ways independent schools can engage alumni virtually
EAB researchers assembled three examples of how independent schools have shifted their approach to alumni engagement.
How to turn your auction into a virtual event: Learn how one school did it in 48 hours
Annual spring auctions are substantial fundraising opportunities for financial assistance offices. The onset of COVID-19 has restricted such large gatherings, leaving development offices scrambling to decide how to proceed. As Oregon Episcopal School has demonstrated, fundraising doesn’t have to stop in a virtual world.
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Creating a Crisis Relief Fund
Independent school communities are feeling the financial impact of COVID-19. As a result, many schools have started short-term relief funds to help with everything from staff monthly rent obligations to tuition assistance.
Can’t Do a Live Auction? How Oregon Episcopal School Took their Auction Virtual in 48 Hours
Annual spring auctions are a time-honored tradition at many independent schools, often serving as large fundraising opportunities for financial assistance offices. The onset of COVID-19 changed that for schools across the country, leaving development offices scrambling to decide how to proceed. Oregon Episcopal School (OES) was one of them.