Fostering Generosity: In Trust Series Concludes by Sharing Best Practices

Fostering Generosity: In Trust Series Concludes by Sharing Best Practices

May 1, 2014

In January, In Trust Magazine invited incoming President Greg Henson and Generosity Monk's Gary Hoag to collaborate on a series of three articles to help trustees and administrators better understand the rapidly changing environment of theological education.  The third and final article in this series just published in the Spring 2014 edition of In Trust Magazine.  (The first two articles appeared in the Autumn 2013 and New Year 2014 issues respectively.)

Article 3 - "Practices that Foster Generosity: Experienced Fundraisers Share Their Best Practices"
This third and final piece in the series offers examples of several best practices for gathering support.

“Article 1 - "More Schools, Fewer Students: What’s your seminary’s position in the changing market of theological education?”
This first article takes a look at the changes occurring within theological education today and includes aggregate data from the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada member institutions. 

Article 2 - "Charitable Giving and Your Seminary: As you reach out across multiple platforms, you increase participation and giving"
This second piece touches on the difficulty of resource development for seminaries and offer some new methods for schools to consider.