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  • VSE Briefing for Government Relations Staff

    ​What are the latest trends in charitable giving to U.S. colleges and universities? What does the data mean for charitable giving legislation on Capitol Hill? On March 5, 2019, CASE hosted a briefing that addressed these important questions. During this event, CASE members heard from Fred Weiss, Chief Research and Data Officer, and Ann Kaplan, Senior Director of the VSE program, and Brian Flahaven, Senior Director for Advocacy about what the data shows and how government relations staff can use it to inform public policy.

    What are the latest trends in charitable giving to U.S. colleges and universities? What does the data mean for charitable giving legislation on Capitol Hill? On March 5, 2019, CASE hosted a briefing that addressed these important questions. During this event, CASE members heard from Fred Weiss, Chief Research and Data Officer, and Ann Kaplan, Senior Director of the VSE program, and Brian Flahaven, Senior Director for Advocacy about what the data shows and how government relations staff can use it to inform public policy.

    This briefing, designed for institution and association government relations staff, covers:

    • Key findings from the 2018 CASE VSE survey, with a focus on types of giving and what gifts support at institutions,
    • How government relations staff can use survey data as a resource with lawmakers and staff and
    • The latest legislative developments affecting charitable giving on Capitol Hill.
  • Scholarship Administration Best Practices

    Carl Sandburg College and Santa Barbara City College outline their scholarship administration best practices. This session includes background about the colleges and past scholarship administration processes, MOU development, culture shifts, process updates, and paths forward to successful scholarship administration.

    Carl Sandburg College and Santa Barbara City College outline their scholarship administration best practices. This session includes background about the colleges and past scholarship administration processes, MOU development, culture shifts, process updates, and paths forward to successful scholarship administration.

    Stephanie Hilten, Director of Advancement, Carl Sandburg College
    Lucille Boss, SBCC Promise Director, Santa Barbara City College Foundation
    Ivena Sakelarieva, Scholarship Coordinator, Santa Barbara City College

  • Reconnecting with Lost Alumni on LinkedIn

    Recorded On: 03/04/2019

    LinkedIn is a great tool to find new volunteers, improve your prospect research, update your databases and engage new donors. Delaware County Community College has been using LinkedIn for nearly nine years and has seen great ROI without spending critical budget dollars. This webinar will feature best practices for alumni relations professionals who are looking to connect or re-connect with their institution's alumni via LinkedIn.

    LinkedIn is a great tool to find new volunteers, improve your prospect research, update your databases and engage new donors. Delaware County Community College has been using LinkedIn for nearly nine years and has seen great ROI without spending critical budget dollars. This webinar will feature best practices for alumni relations professionals who are looking to connect or re-connect with their institution's alumni via LinkedIn.

    Doug Ferguson, Director, Alumni and Foundation Programs, Delaware County Community College

  • UF-FSU: Not Just a Football Rivalry. Using Competition as a Tool for Partnership

    The "Duel of the Schools" giving challenge between the UF and FSU College of Education was a unique way to harness friendly competition and use it as a tool for partnership and collaboration that ultimately benefited both organizations for increased fundraising and donor engagement.As the non-profit world grows, we are all in competition for donor dollars. This can lead to silos and development professionals fiercely guarding donors, but when we choose to work together it can be for the benefit of all. In this competition, everyone wins!

    The "Duel of the Schools" giving challenge between the UF and FSU College of Education was a unique way to harness friendly competition and use it as a tool for partnership and collaboration that ultimately benefited both organizations for increased fundraising and donor engagement. As the non-profit world grows, we are all in competition for donor dollars. This can lead to silos and development professionals fiercely guarding donors, but when we choose to work together it can be for the benefit of all. In this competition, everyone wins!

    Brian Danforth, Senior Director of Development & Alumni Affairs, University of Florida
    Kevin Derryberry, Assistant Dean of Development, Florida State University

  • A Guide to Securing Federal Funding for Community Colleges: Key Findings from the 2018 Federal Funding Task Force

    A webinar that provides guidance on securing federal funding for community colleges is now available in the CASE store. This webinar debrief was presented at the 2018 Conference for Community College Grant Professionals in Washington, DC. The conference is designed to address the unique public and private grant-related challenges faced at community colleges across the nation.

    A webinar that provides guidance on securing federal funding for community colleges is now available in the CASE store. This webinar debrief was presented at the 2018 Conference for Community College Grant Professionals in Washington, DC. The conference is designed to address the unique public and private grant-related challenges faced at community colleges across the nation.

    “A Guide to Securing Federal Funding for Community Colleges: Key Findings from the 2018 Federal Funding Task Force” highlights grant opportunities with the following government entities:

    • Corporation for National and Community Service
    • Department of Agriculture:
      • National Institute of Food and Agriculture
      • Rural Development
    • Department of Commerce:
      • Economic Development Administration
      • National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration
    • Department of Education:
      • Strengthening Institutions (Title III)
      • Historically Black Colleges and Universities
      • International Education/Foreign Language
      • Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education
      • TRiO
      • Title V
      • Office of Parental Options
      • Academic Improvement
      • What Works Clearinghouse
    • Department of Justice:
      • Violence Against Women
      • Community Outreach Policing Services
    • Department of Labor:
      • Employment and Training Administration
    • Department of Transportation
    • Health Resources and Services Administration:
      • Rural Health Policy
      • Division of Nursing
      • Division of Medical/Dental (BhWET)
    • Institute of Museum/Library Sciences
    • National Education Association
    • National Endowment for the Humanities
    • National Institutes of Health
    • National Science Foundation
    • Nuclear Regulatory Commission
    • State Department
  • Exploring the Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) Grant

    This webinar will provide more information on CCAMPIS to help you prepare for the 2018 competition.

    This webinar will provide more information on CCAMPIS to help you prepare for the 2018 competition.

    Webinar topics include:

    • An overview of the CCAMPIS grant and its importance
    • A review of two different CCAMPIS program designs
    • Lessons learned from previous CCAMPIS grant competitions, including trends on where points were lost in the last CCAMPIS competition and what to watch out for

    Presenters:

    Heather Layton, Director of Grant Development, Mount Wachusett Community College

    Erin LeDuc, Director of the Center for Women & Men, Daytona State College

    Ann Reynolds, CCAMPIS Advisor, Mount Wachusett Community College

    Rabecka Marie Collins, CCAMPIS Program Manager, Daytona State College

  • Student Giving: How to Create a Strong Student Philanthropy Program

    In less than three years, Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) has seen tremendous growth and success in its student philanthropy efforts. Notable accomplishments include generating over $25,000 in donations for the Class Giving Campaign, creating and successfully maintaining a student philanthropy council, and establishing a scholarship endowment entirely funded by students, for students. In this session you will learn: 1. Best practices on advising a student philanthropy council 2. How to start, revamp or build momentum in your program 3. How to obtain monetary support from the University community

    In less than three years, Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) has seen tremendous growth and success in its student philanthropy efforts. Notable accomplishments include generating over $25,000 in donations for the Class Giving Campaign, creating and successfully maintaining a student philanthropy council, and establishing a scholarship endowment entirely funded by students, for students. 

    In this session you will learn:
    1.    Best practices on advising a student philanthropy council
    2.    How to start, revamp or build momentum in your program
    3.    How to obtain monetary support from the University community

    Jackelyne Briseno, Student Philanthropy Coordinator, Texas A&M International University

  • Washington Update: Post Midterm Outlook

    In the aftermath of the 2018 U.S. midterm elections, what can CASE members expect on Capitol Hill? Brian and Justine of the CASE Advocacy team outline the top 5 takeaways from the election. The latest on charitable giving, endowments, Higher Education Act reauthorization, DACA and the Department of Education is covered during the webinar.

    In the aftermath of the 2018 U.S. midterm elections, what can CASE members expect on Capitol Hill? Brian and Justine of the CASE Advocacy team outline the top 5 takeaways from the election. The latest on charitable giving, endowments, Higher Education Act reauthorization, DACA and the Department of Education is covered during the webinar.

    Brian Flahaven, Senior Director for Advocacy, CASE
    Justine Davenport, Advocacy Communications Specialist, CASE

  • High-Visibility Philanthropy: Megadonor Archetypes and the Future of Giving

    High net worth individuals are growing in number and are increasingly in the public eye. The philanthropic wealthy are making a transformation, sometimes in surprising ways. What might all donors see in the examples set by these high-profile donors? Lipman Hearne analyzed the first-person statements of 150+ billionaire households taking part in the Giving Pledge since 2010. We'll share our takeaways, including profiles of five Megadonor Archetypes, each telling the world a particular story about themselves through their philanthropy, and each modeling a particular decision-making style and mode of engagement.

    High net worth individuals are growing in number and are increasingly in the public eye. The philanthropic wealthy are making a transformation, sometimes in surprising ways. What might all donors see in the examples set by these high-profile donors? Lipman Hearne analyzed the first-person statements of 150+ billionaire households taking part in the Giving Pledge since 2010. We'll share our takeaways, including profiles of five Megadonor Archetypes, each telling the world a particular story about themselves through their philanthropy, and each modeling a particular decision-making style and mode of engagement.

    Colleen O’Grady, Philanthropic Strategist, Lipman Hearne
    Sara Stern, Executive Vice President, Lipman Hearne

  • Leveraging Inclusion for Institutional Advancement

    Like many of its peers, the University of Cincinnati Alumni Association (UCAA) experienced a gap in engagement and philanthropy with underrepresented communities. Conference presentations and industry articles have addressed making a business case for outreach to these populations, but many of them do not include best practices and outcomes. Over the course of 18 months, the UCAA was able to see gains in engagement, volunteerism and philanthropy. This webinar will outline the challenges faced for the UCAA in outreach to underrepresented groups of alumni, the methodology of engagement, and outcomes.

    Like many of its peers, the University of Cincinnati Alumni Association (UCAA) experienced a gap in engagement and philanthropy with underrepresented communities.  Conference presentations and industry articles have addressed making a business case for outreach to these populations, but many of them do not include best practices and outcomes.  Over the course of 18 months, the UCAA was able to see gains in engagement, volunteerism and philanthropy.  This webinar will outline the challenges faced for the UCAA in outreach to underrepresented groups of alumni, the methodology of engagement, and outcomes.

    Justin Gibson, Associate Director for Diversity Outreach and Engagement, University of Cincinnati Foundation
    Adrienne McDade, Director for Annual Giving, University of Cincinnati Foundation