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Employee Giving Programs. TACCF Annual Conference 2012 Renaissance Austin Hotel – Arboretum Mary Nicholson Vice President of Institutional Advancement/Executive Director of Foundation Trinity Valley Community College Athens, Texas. Employee Giving at TVCC What I found…….

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employee giving programs

Employee Giving Programs

TACCF Annual Conference 2012

Renaissance Austin Hotel – Arboretum

Mary NicholsonVice President of Institutional Advancement/Executive Director of Foundation Trinity Valley Community College Athens, Texas

employee giving at tvcc what i found
Employee Giving at TVCCWhat I found……
  • Foundation began in 1974
  • First formal internal/external campaign was in 2004
  • Employees lacked knowledge of Foundation
  • Most gave in response to events, small contributions made periodically
  • Only 29% of employees donated to Foundation in 2009
employee giving at tvcc cont d
Employee Giving at TVCC(cont’d)
  • New President hired Spring 2008
  • New Executive Director hired Fall 2009
  • Lack of confidence in Foundation finances
  • No coordination with Financial Aid
  • What was mission of Foundation?
issues to consider
Issues to Consider
  • History of employee giving?
  • How to attack issues with my Campaign Design
  • Relationship responsibility: How could I provide a personal touch?
  • Fear of what results might be
campaign design
Campaign Design
  • Do I wait to begin an Internal Campaign?
      • What was Administrative commitment?
      • Did I understand the vision?
      • Foundation Board support
      • Support from Board of Trustees
      • All needed to increase participation from Faculty/Staff
campaign design cont d
Campaign Design(cont’d)
  • Team Approach
    • Start with why – I was new, could not do it alone!
    • Who - were Informal Leaders on each Campus?
    • What – help could I enlist from them?
    • When – should I initiate the campaign. I just started with College, was it too soon?
    • Where – can I use their help with 5 campus locations?
relationship responsibility
Relationship Responsibility
  • Whose responsibility is it?
    • Everyone needs to understand role of Foundation
  • Everyone Has A Role –
    • Team Captains each assigned 15 persons, cross section of campus
  • Recruited and trained to be the front line in campaign effort
    • They became “fundraisers”
relationship responsibility cont d
Relationship Responsibility (cont’d)
  • What was my responsibility?
    • Recruit, train and orient Team Captains
  • Set example
    • Give first!
  • To provide the message
    • Success stories
  • Grow relationships and say “Thank You!”
  • Report back and be accountable
  • Each year I design a new campaign mug that is given for a minimum donation of $25.00
  • Mug design will highlight special event from year
  • 2011-12 mug will celebrate opening of Cardinal Hall and our Cardinal Football team participation in the Citizens Bank Bowl in Pittsburg, KS
  • “Thank you” gift for Team Captains
  • Team Captain Campaign wrap up breakfast
  • Increased awareness of the Foundation
  • TVCC employee giving increased from 29% to 69% in 2009
  • From 69% to 74% in 2010
  • From 74% to 87% in 2011
  • Our payroll contributions alone now exceed $5,000.00 per month which might not sound like much however it is a strong base to rely on each month
contact information
Contact Information
  • Thank you!