After generous donations, some colleges aren’t merely singing ‘If I Had a Million Dollars’
Last year saw transformative gifts given to certain community colleges (who no longer wistfully sing “If I Had a Million Dollars”). How can two-year institutions continue to illustrate return-on-investment value to increasingly savvy donors?
Amarillo College showcases care for its community in new documentary 'The Antidote'
The new documentary The Antidote spotlights Amarillo College and its efforts to break the cycle of poverty for its students. The institution’s leaders share their thoughts on the film and how it shows the impact of community colleges.
As we enter 2021, many of us will begin to make long lists of goals for the year. However, developing habits to actually achieve those goals is the difference between having a dream and making it become reality.
What can we learn from the impacts the pandemic has made on giving so far?
Northwestern University saw surprising trends in fundraising amid the pandemic around solicitations, fundraising yield, and time-to-close. Here, David Lively shares what his team discovered when they dug into the analytics—and what lessons the data hold for the future.
A great photo can stand on its own to tell a story and elicit emotions or it can enhance and complement written words to advance a narrative. This year’s CASE Circle of Excellence and Platinum Awards honorees in photography do just that.
When circumstances shift, it’s time to creatively and strategically problem-solve
Alumni relations teams that executed innovative programs in 2019 faced a big question in 2020: How could they continue those projects amid the pandemic? Here’s how five teams grappled with that—and the key lessons their experiences reveal about creatively and strategically problem-solving when contexts change.