Those who believe in the core mission of your organization will support your work. Regardless of the economic times. UNCF announced receipt of a $7 million anonymous gift to its annual fund, and $500,000 from Exxon-Mobil for its new “Emergency Student Aid Campaign.”
Yes – it can be done! Fresno City College receives an $800,000 matching grant from the Kresge Foundation for their first capital campaign. They are raising $4 million to rennovate and restore the Old Administration Building – the oldest higher education building west of the Mississippi River.
It’s people that make fundraising come alive! Join us in saluting professionals and their accomplishments – professional and personal!
Lane Community College announces $6.3 million in gifts towards its $23 million campaign.
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Find what is unique about your organization or the people invovled and put your creativity to work as you design your fundraising program. The president of Oakwood University is now running marathons around the globe and raising scholarship funds.
Learn how to support talented and diverse fundraising professionals. Founded in 1996 the Multicultural Alliance of the Association of Fundraising Professionals – Golden Gate Chapter welcomes diverse participants from traditionally under-represented populations and those whose organizations predominantly serve people of color, members of the lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender-queer community (LGBTQ), and low-income and working class people.
Consider how Presdient Obama built his cabinet as you build your fundraising team. Include those who don’t agree with you. Incorporate people from diverse sectors and viewpoints. Your goal is accomplish your mission, not to assemble a team of people who simply agree with your perspective.