Independent schools are increasingly turning to their endowments to provide revenue for operations, to fund new strategic initiatives and to ensure financial security in changing economic and demographic times. Relying almost exclusively on fundraising to build these endowments, schools launch significant endowment campaigns, often without the quality and quantity of preparation needed for success.
This seminar explores some of the critical differences between endowment and bricks-and-mortar campaigns and outlines steps that are essential to effective endowment fundraising.
During this webinar, participants will:
Gain a better understanding of the key traits that distinguish endowment campaigns from building/facilities campaigns,
Develop a comprehensive “to do” list for planning an endowment drive,
Identify key issues and challenges that can sabotage endowment fundraising,
Explore the role of trustees and the head of school in an endowment campaign and
Expand your ability to articulate a strong and compelling case for both endowment support and unrestricted giving.
This multimedia file is a recording of a webinar that took place May 10, 2007.
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