In 1994, CASE opened its first office outside of the United States in London, England, to house operations for CASE Europe. CASE Europe now offers more than 50 conferences, workshops and other training opportunities for members in Europe each year and also plays an active role in advocating for public policy that supports the growth of the advancement profession.
In 2008, CASE Europe was awarded a three-year, £1.5million grant from the Higher Education Funding Council for England to deliver fundraising training and support for higher education institutions participating in the U.K. government's matched funding scheme for voluntary giving. One-third of Europe's members are from outside of the U.K. Contact CASE Europe for more information.
CASE will be submitting a response to the UK Data Consultation in relation to Question 2.4.9
The government welcomes views on the following questions:
Q2.4.9. To what extent do you agree that the soft opt-in should be extended to non- commercial organisations? See paragraph 208 for description of the soft opt-in.
○ Strongly agree
This survey collects detailed information from institutions in the United Kingdom and Ireland about their fundraising, donors, and investments in fundraising and alumni relations, to measure and give insight into the impact of philanthropy on the higher education sector.
Upcoming CASE Events in Europe:
CASE Study Tours
CASE Study Tours are designed as gateways to connect with and learn from experts in the field, as well as to gain a deeper understanding of advancement operations of leading educational institutions and organizations. These boutique study tours are suitable for senior-level professionals with international advancement portfolios or senior leaders who wish to learn international best practices.
No upcoming tours scheduled at this time
Connect with your colleagues at the CASE Europe Advancement Conference!
CASE Europe Graduate Trainee Programme
This programme is designed to introduce high-calibre professionals into Educational Fundraising. Graduates are recruited and placed on a 50-week contract with a host institution where they receive on-the- job-training combined with a programme of CASE professional training to develop skills to propel them into a career in educational fundraising. The objectives of the Programme are: to identify and develop high-calibre fundraising professionals in the education sector; to raise the profile of the career of fundraising in education and promote its growth; to develop the perception of fundraising in education as an attractive career option for talented people; to spread best practice, knowledge and expertise in fundraising across the education sector.
Martin Bojam Emerging Marketing and Communications Award
CASE Europe's Martin Bojam Scholarship provides support for the next generation of rising stars in the marketing and communications fields.
Known for his warmth, good humour, and commitment to CASE's vision of advancing education to transform lives and society, Martin Bojam was a mentor and friend to many in the CASE community.
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CASE Europe Office
3rd Floor, Paxton House
30 Artillery Lane
London E1 7LS
Phone: +44 207 448 9940
Fax: +44 207 377 5944
Hours of operation:
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (GMT)