LiveAlumni Newsfeed: Where Are Your Alumni Migrating To?
LiveAlumni’s fall campaign “Maximize your ROI with a LiveAlumni Training” brought in big questions with even bigger results. Customer Success Manager Vanessa Carbonell assisted over 70 training sessions over the past two weeks, customizing & strategizing with LiveAlumni’s higher education institution clients. That’s when Vanessa begin to notice
It’s Not Too Late to Participate in Giving Tuesday 2018!
By now you may have your turkey thawing and a list of the stores you’ll be visiting early on the morning of Black Friday. Some people have signed up for multiple email lists that will keep them informed of the hottest online sales as they become available for
How Corporate Relations Can Help Young Alumni Find The Jobs They Want
With Millennials forecasted to make up 50% of the American workforce by 2020, colleges need to know where their alumni and present students are going to be needed. Just as important, we need to know where our alumni and present students want to take their skills. It’s up
Who Gives Mega Gifts and Why?
In June, the National University System received a $100 Million gift from a single donor to promote social-emotional learning. This mega gift is one of the dozens of big gifts received by Colleges and Universities during the 2018 fiscal year.
CEOs Are Giving Back In Big Ways
Few CEOs have achieved their professional success without having gained a foundational college education. Some have gone on to earn post-graduate or doctoral degrees, while others achieved success through a different path. Whether these CEOs attended for 4 years or 4 weeks, earned straight As or passed by
A Spotlight on the Celebrities Who Support Education
Whether they’ve funded scholarships, projects, programs or given millions to many institutions – Celebrity giving has allowed U.S. colleges and universities to gain their highly needed resources, all while giving them a boost of positive publicity at the same time! The headlines in mainstream media are just the beginning, the
Enhancing International Development & Fundraising Strategies
Colleges and Universities attract more than a million international students to the United States each year. These students matriculate through U.S. schools and then go out into the world with the education that they’ve gained – just like our domestic students do. So why not maintain
LinkedIn Has a Treasure Trove of New Donors
Fundraisers know that earning the support of returning and new donors is like discovering a buried treasure. There are many benefits that nonprofits can gain from having an established, long-term relationship with returning donors and volunteers. But Fundraisers can also find themselves running into walls. Donors
Venturing into New Fundraising Networks
With groundbreaking science and innovations taking place in the University setting, it’s the common hope of students and schools to develop those talents and discoveries into viable businesses. But we all know that this goal requires capital. So why not take a page from funded business founders who
Technology + Collaboration = Alumni Engagement and Support
As higher education fundraisers, it can become tempting to see the tasks of our own departments as unique and separate from the rest of the school, but to our donors (past, present, and future) we’re all part of the same organization. During a recent Hot
Myths about LinkedIn Data – Don’t Believe the Hype!
Have you fallen prey to the myths circulating about who is and who isn’t using LinkedIn? From “they’re all 20-somethings looking for jobs” to “you should only connect with people you know”, there are a lot of false assumptions about LinkedIn users. So we’ve gathered actual statistics to
Successful Prospecting, Engagement & Careers Initiatives
Social Fundraising: Engage New Supporters Through Personal Connections
Social fundraising is one of those strategies people aren’t entirely sure about yet. How much does it really help when people share your organization on social media? Nonprofit Tech for Good, “The arc of success for digital fundraising has just begun.” As people like and share
A Surge of Major Donations for Brain Research
The brain is one of the human body’s most complex organs and there is a lot about it that is still unknown. According to Judi Liu MD, Ph.D., assistant neurology professor at Brown University, there is no other scientific or medical problem that has as