CASE understands that the current world crisis has an impact on several stakeholders including students, staff, partners, and donors of the institution. CASE has compiled resources to help institutions in this very difficult time. This collection includes resources for developing external and internal crisis communications plans and includes excerpts from the CASE Global Reporting Standards and key CASE ethics resources for responding to questions on philanthropy.
Some people find setting boundaries so uncomfortable that they give up and decide it’s easier just to do everything themselves. But learning how to say “no” is important for establishing a well-balanced life.
Taking pride and finding community in volunteer experiences
Volunteering brings participants enjoyment, community, and inspiration—and can even boost mental health and wellness. Here, Caroline Davis, CASE Co-Executive Director for CASE Europe, shares how volunteering shaped her life and how CASE volunteers strengthen the profession.
Fundraising today has become increasingly digital. In the last few years, more advancement teams have created roles devoted specifically to digital engagement. Digital gift officers (or the similarly focused donor experience officer) aim to connect with mid-level donors through email, video, social media, virtual meetings, and more. Here’s a look at what teams have learned so far about the challenges and promise of digital engagement with donors.
The keys to creating a mentoring program that enhances student success and increases alumni engagement
At Louisiana Tech University, faculty in the College of Applied and Natural Sciences teamed with their development director to create an alumni mentoring program that carefully matched students with alumni in their fields of study. The team outlines how they developed the program, how it has been a boon to students, and demonstrated, through documented outcomes, how it has enhanced alumni engagement and giving rates.
Emanuel Diaz Miranda, Head of Content Marketing at IE University in Madrid, Spain, shares his career journey to advancement, the work he's doing to inspire people to think differently, and the behind-the-scenes of his Barbie-themed presentation at the CASE Europe Annual Conference.
Unlocking the potential of your organization’s data with master data management
At the University of Chicago, master data management enables a 360-degree view of constituents. Learn how this practice unlocks the potential of your organization by bringing together technology, processes, and people to ensure that data are uniform, accurate, consistent, and stewarded.
How alumni teams are giving pandemic-era graduates the tools they need to form connections and give back
The most recent classes of graduates, shaped by pandemic interruptions to their campus experiences, present a unique set of challenges when it comes to reconnecting with their alma maters. Find out how alumni relations teams are rising to the challenge, with innovative programs and strategies for engaging their newest young alumni.