CASE Indiana, a program of CASE District V, hosts conferences and programs CASE member institutions that work in the fields of advancement, development, fundraising, communications, marketing, social media, and alumni relations.
Day of Giving: How to WOW and Exceed Expectations
Thursday, Nov. 18
In three short years, Ball State University has grown One Ball State Day, their annual day of giving, from just over $400,000 and 4,000 gifts in 2019 to nearly $1M and over 10,000 gifts in 2021. The buy-in of employees across campus and the growth of faculty and staff participation as ambassadors is key to Ball State’s success. The University has seen year over year increases in the number of employee, alumni, parent, and student donors. Join Associate Vice President of Strategy Lola Mauer and Senior Director of Annual Giving Amanda Holmquist to learn how they’ve mastered the now 13-time CASE award-winning annual giving day.
CASE ToGather: The State of Advancement in Indiana
What does the state of advancement look like in Indiana currently, and what will it look like in the future?
Moderated by Angela White, CFRE, Senior Consultant and CEO, Johnson, Grossnickle, and Associates. Panelists:
Jonathan Purvis, Vice President for Advancement, Butler University
Joyce Rogers, Interim Executive Vice President for Development, IU Foundation
Dana Cummings, Vice President for Development and Alumni Engagement, Franklin College
CASE Indiana offers two professional development conferences held in the Spring and Fall each year at host institutions. These one-day programs are planned by and for advancement professionals and are filled with insight and expertise from colleagues and experts from around the country. The CASE Indiana Programming Committee, peers working at institutions in the state of Indiana, plan these conferences. Great care is taken to ensure topics are timely and relevant for advancement professionals in the fields of alumni relations, development, college/university relations, publications, news media services, marketing, design, and online communications. Feedback from member institutions and conference attendees is extremely valuable in the planning process.