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Donor Decal Included with Kit

Donor Decal

Article from Successful Fundraising

Successful Fundraising

 
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Steven Nicolet, Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Ferris State University
Steven Nicolet has many years of experience in fundraising for the non-profit sector and higher education. He is currently managing the newly created calling center at Ferris State University. Prior service was Director of Development at Community Action House and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill where he was the Director of the Annual Fund. He created the Annual Giving departments at both Florida International University and Grand Valley State University. Additional higher education and philanthropic experience includes employment with Siena Heights University, the Heart of West Michigan United Way and a private fundraising consulting practice.

Professional Qualifications/Affiliations/Awards

C.F.R.M. Certificate in Fundraising Management, Indiana University, 2003
M.A. Humanities, Central Michigan University, 2001
B.S. Public Administration, Grand Valley State University, 1995
Member, Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE)

Supportingadvancement.com Flash Presentations: Good Times, Great Memories, Email for Solicitation.
Supportingadvancement.com The "First Time Donor Kit" - Good example of a first time donor kit including article on the kit.
Supportingadvancement.com The Roots of Our Success. Good example of an annual fund brochure.
 
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