Tips for writing appealing, succinct, and powerful case statements
A case for support should include your institution’s fundraising priorities, why they are important, and what they will create, if funded. It should be beautifully designed, engaging, and thoughtfully written. Here's how to do that.
What university leaders, alumni, and students are learning by investigating and discussing their institutions’ uncomfortable histories
At institutions around the globe, debates about racism and discrimination are unfolding. Campus communities—students, educators, alumni, administrators, community residents, donors, and others—are confronting history, with many pushing institutions to act decisively. Here's how.
The CASE Library maintains this collection of online samples for all CASE members. It includes a variety of materials such as annual reports, policies about gifts, grants and contracts, strategic plans and more.