SERIES: Subject Guides
Before you search elsewhere, take advantage of the research the CASE Library has already done for you. Formerly known as Good Questions, Subject Guides contain links to CASE publications, survey results, books and also to external articles, websites, statistics, and other material to provide a comprehensive reading list on each topic.
The CASE Library has developed a resource collection on controversial gifts. The collection offers information on ethical fundraising, prospect vetting, crafting robust gift acceptance policies, and topical advice on handling these sticky situations.
The CASE Library regularly receives questions about campaign planning. This resource collection compiles information on recommended practices, budgets, communications, staffing, and trends to help you get started with planning your campaign.
Advancement services programs at educational institutions address the operational aspects of advancement such as computer systems, gift regulations and compliance, maintaining policies and procedures and reporting and data integrity.
Alumni relations programs at educational institutions build and strengthen relations with students, former students, faculty, friends and others.
Communications & Marketing
Communications and marketing programs at educational institutions engage constituents in two-way conversation and promote the institution using a variety of strategies and tools.
Fundraising programs at educational institutions secure private support in the form of annual gifts, major gifts, planned gifts and corporate and foundation gifts, often through strategically developed fundraising campaigns.
Organization & Management
Organization and management at educational institutions requires resources that cover issues faced by advancement professionals and institutional leaders, such as working with boards, leadership transitions, strategic planning, and talent management.
Special events can include annual events, one-time events, or events planned specifically for a certain audience. With proper research, planning, communications and implementation, they can be some of the most effective components of a comprehensive institutional advancement plan.