LiveAlumni Newsfeed: Where Are Your Alumni Going?

LiveAlumni expert Vanessa Carbonell – who has conducted over 150 training sessions with our higher education clients over the past couple of months – has noticed a pattern during her training sessions: colleges and universities and often surprised to find that more and more of their alumni are living abroad. From small to big, east Read more about LiveAlumni Newsfeed: Where Are Your Alumni Going?[…]

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 Topic Webinar, Chris Alvarez, Associate Director of Alumni & Community Read more about Technology + Collaboration = Alumni Engagement and Support[…]

The Generation that is Breaking Stereotypes and Changing Philanthropy

The millennial generation, those born between 1980 and 2000, have been described by older counterparts as entitled, narcissistic, and even lazy. However, in the past few years, stories have emerged that question this stereotype. Whilst millennials are taking radical steps away from trends of past generations, many new studies have shown that they are interested in Read more about The Generation that is Breaking Stereotypes and Changing Philanthropy[…]

Webinar Overview: How the University of Georgia Enriched their Alumni Records & Enhanced Fundraising

In March 2018, LiveAlumni welcomed our guest host, Derek Clark, at a Hot Topic Webinar. Derek is the Senior Director of Advancement Services from the University of Georgia and has been working in advancement with UGA for over 11 years. Derek and his team have done a fabulous job of using LiveAlumni tools, in this Read more about Webinar Overview: How the University of Georgia Enriched their Alumni Records & Enhanced Fundraising[…]

Engaging Corporate Donors: A Guide for Higher Education Institutions

Over half of higher education donations made in 2016 came from non-alumni sources. [1] In a previous post, Top Tips to Solicit Non-Alumni Donors we discussed how to solicit individual non-alumni donors. Now, let’s take a look at another important piece of the non-alumni giving pool – corporations. Align their Goals with Yours Before reaching Read more about Engaging Corporate Donors: A Guide for Higher Education Institutions[…]