Maximising Effective Fundraising in International Schools

Original Broadcast: Tuesday, 26 February

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In today’s increasingly global and connected world, more parents are choosing international schools for their children, whether they are on short-term job placements, are long-term expats, or are local families looking for a worldly educational institution and curriculum.  This presents new opportunities for these schools to plan for the future, raise their ambitions, and connect with some of the world’s top philanthropists and businesspeople.

Recently, international schools have conducted major capital campaigns, established well-funded endowments, increased annual fund participation, and created new fundraising programmes.  At the same time, transient families, widely dispersed alumni populations, and staff turnover can present challenges to typical fundraising models.  During this webinar, John McCarthy and Tony Jaccaci, along with CCS Assistant Vice President Jennifer Belliveau, will discuss recent trends, best practices, and the unique questions that may come along with fundraising in international schools. Topics will include the most dependable donor stakeholder group, practical tips for involving short-term families in campaigns, and new ways to identify potential major donors.

Presented by:

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John McCarthy
Tony Jaccaci
      Jennifer Belliveau
Trustee, International College
Head of School, Cincinnati Country Day School

Assistant Vice President, CCS Fundraising
Beirut, Lebanon
Cincinnati, USA
London, UK
Formerly Executive Principal Secondary School, YK Pao School
Shanghai, China

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If you have any questions about this webinar or about CCS in general, please contact:
Samantha Bromley by email at / by phone at +1-646-572-7610
or Jennifer Belliveau by email at / by phone at +44 78 4032 0759.