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September 3, 2015: "From £10 to £1 Million: The Incredible Donor Journey"
GG+A's Rebecca Parkes, Peter Lasher, and Adrian Salmon will present at the CASE Europe Annual Conference in Manchester, England. details
September 17, 2015: "A Holistic Approach to Student Interaction"
GG+A's Andy Shaindlin is a featured panelist at the 27th Annual Conference of the European Association for International Education in Glasgow, Scotland. details
John J. Glier on the current state of global philanthropy
In "Giving Without Borders: Preparing Your Institution for a Global Future," GG+A President and Chief Executive Officer John J. Glier presents an overview of emerging trends in global philanthropy for US education, including the increasing importance of due diligence in vetting prospective donors.
Does Your Fundraising Programme Motivate People to Give?
Studies show that people round the world are naturally inclined to contribute to philanthropy, even -- contrary to popular belief -- giving money. How do you motivate them? See the entire blog post
Aggressive Outreach, Personal Touch Drive USC's $6 Billion Fundraising Campaign
The University of Southern California has raised more than $4.2 billion toward its goal, and currently is on track to meet or exceed it by the campaign’s target end date of 2018, thanks to the tireless efforts of USC President C.L. Max Nikias and the school’s formidable fundraising staff.
Giving USA 2015: The Annual Report on Philanthropy for the Year 2014
On June 16, The Giving Institute released its annual report on charitable giving trends in the US. Listen to GG+A experts weigh in on this year's findings, in our webcast series on the GG+A blog.