Achieve a more successful short-term faculty and staff giving campaign.
Learn how you can reinvigorate your faculty and staff giving program using proven tactics from Texas Christian University. Our expert faculty will demonstrate how their one-month approach achieved an 80% participation rate last year including strong support from faculty and physical plant staff. You will learn how to:
A strong faculty and staff giving program demonstrates to external donors that your institution's employees model the giving behavior they should emulate. However, most institutions struggle with the amount of time they spend attempting to communicate the value of the institution as a philanthropic cause.
Included in your registration is a resource packet that includes:
Annual giving professionals charged with managing a faculty and staff giving effort will learn how to rethink the year-long campaign concept to concentrate efforts and grow donor ranks.
Contact Gwendolyn Doyle, Program Manager at email@example.com or 720-988-1258 if you’d like additional information about the program.
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to improve your faculty and staff donor giving program with a better understanding of a short-term campaign approach.
Elyse is responsible for overseeing class gift programming, the faculty and staff annual campaign, and affinity based fundraising. She also manages over 200 volunteers annually for TCU. Elyse has worked at TCU since 2012, formerly serving as the assistant director of student and young alumni programs, where she worked on the 2014 CASE Gold award winning student philanthropy program, Count Me In!
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