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Schools Make Advancement Plans and Progress During the Summer

Advancement work is never done. It's cyclical. It's year-round. While schools typically close the books on their Annual Funds on June 30, they continue to drive toward meeting or exceeding enrollment goals before their October 1 diocesan reporting...

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A Catholic Schools Week Story

St. Joseph the Worker School (Orefield, PA) plans well in advance to develop ideas and a schedule for Catholic Schools Week. The committee, which includes Advancement Director Lisa Geosits and faculty, then involves parents through the PTO. This...

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Annual Fund: Connecting with the Willingness to Give

For a successful Annual Fund, the school must invite the community to make it possible. “Because today’s marketplace for philanthropic dollars is highly competitive, it’s more critical than ever for the school to define its case in terms that...

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Alumni Lessons Learned

Alumni schools recently provided some feedback via a survey on their most important lessons learned in implementing the Healey Advancement Methodology. Linda Robinson, Principal, Holy Family Regional School (Levittown, PA) shared...

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Managing Revenue Centers in the Final 100 Days of the School Year

The Catholic education that children deserve is not free. Through Enrollment and Development, the two revenue centers of the Healey Advancement Methodology, the school achieves a sustainable source of income via tuition and mission-based...

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