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Volume 1, Issue 6


Clarifications Made to Reporting Standards

The CASE Commission on Philanthropy has approved several clarifications to the CASE Reporting Standards and Management Guidelines for Educational Fundraising, 4th Edition.

The clarifications, which expand upon but do not change the existing standards and guidelines, address the counting of donations related to intellectual property and patents, conservation easements and corporate partnerships in fundraising totals.

More information about the 2009 edition of the CASE standards and guidelines, including an introduction that explains their purpose, is available on the CASE website.


This article is from the December 2011 issue of the Community College Advancement News.

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Fundraising Strategies for Community Colleges: The Definitive Guide for Emerging Institutions

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This comprehensive guide, written expressly for community colleges, offers practical advice and concrete steps on how to build a strong advancement program that encompasses annual funds, grants, major gifts and planned giving.


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