University President Steven Knapp will visit at least six cities this spring to attend conferences and lock in donations.
More than 90 percent of the members of the Council of Chairs donated more than $20 million to the University last fiscal year.
A GW fundraising official will take his talents to the “real Mount Vernon,” as the new senior vice president for development at George Washington’s estate.
The University experienced a 151.8 percent increase in private support last year, moving up 176 spots on the Chronicle of Philanthropy’s list of the 400 top fundraising organizations.
Officials plan for the largest fundraising campaign in University history to reach its $1 billion goal a year ahead of schedule.
The University’s central fundraising office is seeking to fill 13 positions – some of which are consolidations of former positions.
Groups from across GW want the next University president to strengthen existing fundraising strategies and identify new ones.
This year’s coordinators want GW’s seniors to become the University’s most loyal class by giving back and continuing to give long after they graduate.
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Over $200,000 in new donations from alumni, parents and trustees will fund students’ unpaid internships this year.