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|Alan S. Hejnal, Director of Advancement Services, University of Richmond|
discovered the exciting world of advancement services at The
Claremont Graduate School (now Claremont Graduate University),
becoming the director of prospect management and research. For the
last fifteen years he's gone back and forth between being the person
in fundraising departments who deals with technical things and the
person in information services departments who talks to end users,
at Sacred Heart University, DePaul University, Marquette
University and Gettysburg College.
Along the way, he has worked with a number of fund-raising software
systems, and has managed the implementation of fundraising software
systems at two different institutions. He serves as an at-large
member of the Product Advisory Group, a standing committee of the
SunGard BSR User's Group. Alan has a bachelor's degree from Hobart
College and master's degrees from The University of Michigan and
from Claremont School of Theology.
Blog - One Gift "from Multiple Donors".
CASE Alumni and Donor Records Workshops
Standards and Conventions - Names and Addresses, Standards and Conventions - Everything Else,
Proactive vs. Reactive: Do you have the time?
CASE Gift Processing Workshops
I.R.S. and the Processing of Gifts, Should I accept this and how much is it worth?, What Counts.
Non-Cash Gift Terminology. A clearer understanding.
What Do We Mean by 'Annual Fund'?
V. Gifts or pledges, from individuals, between $10,000 and $25,000, and not accompanied by an Annual Fund appeal or Major Gift appeal will be reviewed by a collective group.
Additional Thoughts from Grand Valley
State University (Posted
Gifts that do not fit the annual gift definition:
This is a definition that works for an