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May 22, 2013: Webinar - Net Promoter System (NPS) – Should we think of Alumni as “Customers”?
Presented by Chris Marshall, Vice President at GG+A and Jennifer Cunningham, Senior Director of Metrics and Marketing at Cornell University, this webinar will introduce attendees to the Net Promoter System, a reliable and cost-effective approach to measuring the impact of your alumni relations and development program. details
May 30, 2013: Meeting and Exceeding Annual Fund Performance Goals
This webinar will show institutions how to use predictive modeling for annual fund improvement. details
John J. Glier speaks at The Woodmark Group Campaign Summit
GG+A President and CEO John J. Glier spoke on a panel discussion at The Woodmark Group Campaign Summit at Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago on Monday, April 29.
Knox College reaches fundraising goal for Alumni Hall renovation
Eighteen months after introducing a new vision for Alumni Hall, Knox College has reached its $11 million goal in the fundraising drive to renovate the historic building.
Crowdfunding: Leveraging New Tools for Philanthropy
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, news this week focused on the nation's positive, unified response to the tragedy, including crowdfunding efforts that raised over $2 million for the victims and their families. This story highlights two key issues that philanthropic institutions need to consider regarding crowdfunding. See the entire blog post
Fiscal Cliff Deal Impact on Charitable Giving
The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, voted into law on January 1, 2013, after a prolonged period of debate and apprehension, retains the tax-deductibility of charitable giving for U.S. taxpayers. GG+A is pleased that Congress and the Administration have reached an agreement that supports the critical importance of private philanthropy to the nation’s social service, educational, and cultural infrastructure, and applauds the thoughtful work of charitable organizations from across the country in making the case on Capitol Hill. Read more here