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Cards, Carnivals, Selfies: Students Celebrate Philanthropy
Article,  BriefCASE Article On Thursday, Feb. 25, Monclair State University hosted its third annual Red Hawk Day of Thanks, drawing more than 1,000 students to the event—record participation for the New Jersey school. At eight philanthropy stations around campus, students penned thank you cards to donors, signed thank you posters, which will be displayed at homecoming, and snapped photos with the Rocky the Red Hawk mascot.

Three Essentials of Student Advancement Programs
Article,  BriefCASE Article Student philanthropy initiatives can shape up differently at various institutions, but they have several key facets in common, according to an advancement professional in a forthcoming CASE book.

Dos and Don'ts for Student Philanthropy Events
Article,  BriefCASE Article In February 2015, Indiana University Northwest students proved that a little love can go a long way. Especially if it's fueled by cookies.

Making the Case for Student Philanthropy
Article,  BriefCASE Article A carefully crafted investment in student philanthropy will yield dividends for an institution, says a CASE faculty member.

Fundraiser Touts Importance of Giving to Young Students
Article,  BriefCASE Article A development director at a UK independent school doesn’t wait until after graduation to talk to pupils about how private philanthropy benefits them and the institution. He starts when they are 11 years old.

Student Advancement Expert Talks Strategic Partnerships
Article,  BriefCASE Article Lori Hurvitz, senior director of annual giving at the University of Chicago, recently shared tips in a podcast interview on how to create strategic partnerships between student advancement organizations and other divisions on campus to educate students about the importance of philanthropy.

Investment in Student Philanthropy Pays, Reports CASE White Paper
Article,  BriefCASE Article Educational institutions that spent more than 50 cents per enrollee on student philanthropy programming raised, on average, 250 percent more than institutions that spent less. That’s according to a white paper by CASE that surveyed more than 200 two- and four-year institutions.

Survey: Strong Student Philanthropy Programs Vital to Overall Fundraising Success
Article,  BriefCASE Article Results from a new survey on student engagement reveal that colleges and universities that invest in student fundraising programs tend to raise more money per capita and are more successful at engaging their students as lifelong donors than institutions that do not make such investments.

Student Engagement and Philanthropy Day Produces Fundraising Success
Article,  BriefCASE Article A number of institutions that participated in the recent Student Engagement and Philanthropy Day met student fundraising goals while others took advantage of the increased interest to launch student campaigns.

CASE ASAP Announces Inaugural Student Engagement, Philanthropy Day
Article,  BriefCASE Article On Feb. 28, 2013, CASE ASAP will shine a spotlight on the work of more than 375 student alumni associations, student foundations and philanthropy groups that make up its membership through a Student Engagement and Philanthropy Day—the first-ever day dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of student advancement.

Getting Buy-In for a New Student Philanthropy Program
Article,  BriefCASE Article Advancement professionals interested in starting a student philanthropy group on their campus should first make sure the proposed group doesn’t overlap with existing philanthropic efforts, such as an annual fund or senior gift campaign. That’s according to two presenters who spoke about the challenges of launching student philanthropy programs at this month’s CASE ASAP Network Convention in Indianapolis.

Time is Now to Teach Students How to Give
Article,  BriefCASE Article The national average for alumni participation has steadily declined in recent years. Young alumni are also giving to a fewer number of charities. And yet, these young alumni now make up a significant and growing share of many institutions' donor databases. This is a make-or-break moment for alumni relations professionals hoping to cultivate student philanthropy and turn these future young alumni into future donors, say faculty who are presenting at a CASE conference this spring.

CASE ASAP Launches Two New Services for Members
Article,  BriefCASE Article CASE ASAP has launched two new services designed to help its members educate students about and engage them in philanthropy.

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