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Oregon State University Foundation. Kim Thompson Director of Development ALADN, March 25, 2003. Director of Development for two units:. OSU Libraries OSU alumni and friends Linus Pauling Institute 12,000 distinct households. History of Development Program.

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oregon state university foundation

Oregon State University Foundation

Kim Thompson

Director of Development

ALADN, March 25, 2003

director of development for two units
Director of Development for two units:
  • OSU Libraries

OSU alumni and friends

  • Linus Pauling Institute

12,000 distinct households

history of development program
History of Development Program
  • OSU Foundation created in 1947
  • Assets as of June 30, 2002: $375,080,400
  • Endowment assets as of June 30, 2002: $239,030196
  • Total Foundation gifts for fiscal year ended June 30, 2002: $36,212,438
  • Model for development has changed throughout the years
osu libraries development history
OSU Libraries Development History
  • Prior to the $47 million campaign for the Valley Library begun in 1993, the Libraries had no development officer
  • Campaign was successfully completed in 1998--pledges completed by 2001
  • In 2002, the Libraries received $880,000 in gifts (inc. 3 bequests)
  • Goal in 2003 is $250,000
budget
Budget
  • All costs of development are sustained by the Foundation
  • Budget this year for both units is $22,000 for travel, events, conferences, gifts, entertainment
  • Provided cell phone, Visor, laptop, phone card, cubicle
development team
Development Team
  • At the Library
    • Executive Asst to the Univ. Lib
  • At the Foundation
    • Admin, 1/7 time
    • Research
    • IS/IT
    • Finance
    • Database
    • Annual Giving
    • Planned Giving, one person for Foundation
    • Event Planner
benefits of centralized development model
Benefits of Centralized Development Model
  • Get to know all foundation employees and all aspects of operation
  • Camaraderie and interchange between directors, more cohesive donor approach
  • United effort to communicate to the University
  • Shared resources save money and time
challenges of central development model
Challenges of Central Development Model
  • Not as familiar with operation and people of units we represent
  • “Us vs. them” can develop
  • Lack of understanding of foundation’s role, policies and procedures
goal setting process
Goal-setting Process
  • University is to provide OSUF with fundraising priorities each year
  • Goals are set each year by the Directors based on priority needs, and approved by their campus supervisor before being submitted to the University President
library development plan
Library Development Plan
  • Two annual mailings per year
  • Two-three events in Portland and Corvallis
  • Personal cultivation, solicitation and stewardship-Hold assignment to 50 households
  • Football events
  • Library Advisory Council
  • Alumni Association
  • Professional training
  • Public Relations
  • Meet regularly with University Librarian and staff
  • Use of Special Collections
challenges
Challenges
  • Half-time limits fundraising efforts
  • No longer a university priority
  • Intense budget pressure--less donor- centric
  • Four CEO’s in three years, no V.P. Major Gifts
  • No stated priorities from university
  • University Librarian not on Dean’s Council
  • Limited support
  • Cubicle
  • Other assignment requires national travel