CASE Reporting Standards and Management Guidelines
The CASE Reporting Standards & Management Guidelines, developed by educational fundraising professionals from a broad range of institutions and organizations, provide a common set of definitions and procedures for reporting the results of fundraising activities at educational institutions. The standards and guidelines have evolved to reflect changes in the profession.
The CASE Board of Trustees approved a set of actions and a timeline for the formation of a group of CASE volunteer thought leaders to review the CASE Management Guidelines and Reporting Standards, in consultation with other groups and individuals, with the goal to publish an updated edition.
This ambition sits at the heart of CASE’s commitment to thought leadership, as detailed in our strategic plan, “Reimagining CASE.” The working group will review the potential options involved in revisiting the standards in order to adapt them to reflect current and best practices in the industry and to reflect the evolution and sophistication of the advancement profession.
CASE is honored that this critical effort is being co-chaired by Matthew Eynon, Vice President for College Advancement, Franklin & Marshall College and Brian Hastings, President and CEO, University of Nebraska Foundation.
CASE Reporting Standards and Management Guidelines Working Group
Matthew Eynon, Vice President for College Advancement
Franklin & Marshall College
Brian Hastings, President and CEO
University of Nebraska Foundation
Brigette A Bryant
Lori A Redfearn