Maak FondsenwervingonweerstaanbaarLiesl ElderDirector of DevelopmentUniversity of Oxford14 September 2010Page 1
Asking other people for money...
Philanthropy = “love of humanity”Philanthropy:The desire to promote the welfare of others,expressed especially by the gene...
Science is cool!
Why do people give?• Belief in the mission of University• Confidence in the institutions leadership• Institution will use ...
Is Philanthropy Alien to Dutch Culture?Erasmus UniversityVU University AmsterdamRadboud UniversityConcertgebouwStedelijk M...
Oxford’s Campaign£1.56 Billion raised to dateOriginal goal: £1.25 Billion• Secured February 2012New goal: £3 Billion• Secu...
Hallmarks of a successful fund raising project:1. A compelling case for support2. Strong leadership – internal and externa...
Li Ka Shing Centre for Health Informationand DiscoveryA ‘cocktail’ of funders:•Li Ka Shing Foundation•Higher Education Fun...
Be Bold, Be Brave: You Can Do It!
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Liesl Elder
Development Director Oxford University

Lustrumcongres 100 jaar Erasmus Trustfonds
"De toekomst van financiering van wetenschap"
4 juni 2013, Senaatszaal Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam

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presentatie Liesl Elder (Lustrumcongres Erasmus Trustfonds, 4 juni 2013)

  1. 1. Maak FondsenwervingonweerstaanbaarLiesl ElderDirector of DevelopmentUniversity of Oxford14 September 2010Page 1
  2. 2. Asking other people for money...
  3. 3. Philanthropy = “love of humanity”Philanthropy:The desire to promote the welfare of others,expressed especially by the generous donationof money to good causes. (Oxford Dictionaries)Generosity is a beautiful thing!
  4. 4. Science is cool!
  5. 5. Why do people give?• Belief in the mission of University• Confidence in the institutions leadership• Institution will use the gift effectively• Fiscal stability of institution• The joy that comes from giving• To make a difference / help others• Advance a personal cause• Sustaining academic excellence / investing in research• Because they were asked!
  6. 6. Is Philanthropy Alien to Dutch Culture?Erasmus UniversityVU University AmsterdamRadboud UniversityConcertgebouwStedelijk MuseumRijks MuseumA tradition worth reviving!
  7. 7. Oxford’s Campaign£1.56 Billion raised to dateOriginal goal: £1.25 Billion• Secured February 2012New goal: £3 Billion• Secure £250 million annually for:• Student support, endowed chairs, capital projects, collegeprojects
  8. 8. Hallmarks of a successful fund raising project:1. A compelling case for support2. Strong leadership – internal and external3. Sufficient potential donors4. Adequate resources5. Realistic expectations6. Time!
  9. 9. Li Ka Shing Centre for Health Informationand DiscoveryA ‘cocktail’ of funders:•Li Ka Shing Foundation•Higher Education Funding Council forEngland•British Heart Foundation•Many pharmaceutical companies•Wellcome Trust•…and others
  10. 10. Be Bold, Be Brave: You Can Do It!

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