Newsletter: College Donor Quarterly

FAR’s quarterly newsletter reports on higher education news, philanthropy trends, and important tools for the active college donor and wealth management professional. If you would like to receive new editions of the College Donor Quarterly, please complete this short form.

Vol. 3, Summer 2021

A Gift by Any Other Name; Oasis Profile: John W. Altman Institute for Entrepreneurship at Miami University; Donor Tips: Clearly Communicate Your Philanthropic Vision; About FAR


Vol. 3, Spring 2021

Protecting Free Speech on Campus; Oasis Profile: Bucknell Program for American Leadership and Citizenship; From the Bookshelf: Money Well Spent: A Strategic Plan for Smart Philanthropy; Donor Tips: Trust, But Verify (or Monitor Your Gift).


Vol. 3, Winter 2021

Intelligent College Giving: An Interview with Philanthropist Robert Frick; From the Bookshelf: Higher Expectations: Can Colleges Teach Students What They Need to Know in the 21st Century?; Donor Tip: A Three-Legged Stool


Vol. 3, Fall 2020

Why the Fund for Academic Renewal; Adapted Excerpts from The Intelligent Donor's Guide; Donor Tip: Request Your Copy of The Intelligent Donor's Guide


Vol. 3, Summer 2020

Five Questions to Consider Before Drafting a Gift Agreement; From the Bookshelf: The Empowered University; Philanthropy Featured on Higher Ed Now; Donor Tip: Consider Giving to Community Colleges


Vol. 2, Spring 2020

Intelligent College Giving in the Age of COVID-19; An Interview with the Founders of the Tocqueville Program; Oasis Profile: The Tocqueville Program at Furman University; Donor Tip: Think Creatively About Your College Giving


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