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Transcript of Development Update
Talk to others about giving. What should I say? NTID Development Update NTID Alumni Association Board of Directors Friday, April 30, 2010 How are we doing? Lead Gifts to NTID
Nippon Foundation - $1,167,600
Gladys Brooks Foundation - $100,000
The Heinz Endowments - $72,700
CGP Japan Foundation - $72,041
Johnson Scholarship Foundation - $50,000
Max Factor Family Foundation - $50,000
Bank of NY Mellon - $50,000
Dr. Harold Mowl - $25,000
Dr. William W. Destler $25,000
What about alumni giving? Alumni gifts make up a relatively
small portion of NTID's annual
fund raising attainment, but... This is changing. Outright - cash, check, credit card
Pledge - can be paid monthly or annually
Make a gift online - www.rit.edu/makeagift
Giving options - www.ntid.rit.edu/friends
I want to contribute, but I
can't afford to make a big gift now.
What can I do? Include NTID in your
estate plans! Visit
for information. Do you know successful deaf or hard-of-hearing alumni? Alumni entrepreneurs? Who?
Does your employer have an employee matching gift program?
Does your employer have a corporate foundation?
Have you been to a deafness related event or conference recently? Were there event sponsors? Who?
RIT Fundraising Attainment by College
College Dollars Percent of Total
Liberal Arts $35,370 0.3%
Business $367,179 3.4%
CAST $508,353 4.7%
Student Affairs $662,670 6.2%
GCCIS $1,116,847 10.4%
Science $1,206,978 11.2%
CIAS $1,464,309 13.6%
Engineering $1,753,039 16.3%
NTID $1,756,857 16.3%
RIT General $1,897,644 17.6%
TOTAL $10,769,246 100.0%
We're doing a better job at educating our students and alumni about the importance of giving.
Our alumni population is young. As they age, their giving capacity will increase.
Our alumni population is growing. As the alumni population grows, the number of annual gifts will likewise grow. The Future of NTID Alumni Giving is Bright! Questions? It's all about the students! 1 in 3 deaf/hard-of-hearing students
at RIT/NTID come from families
making less than $30,000 a year.
Scholarship aid is critical! Your gifts are 100%
tax deductible. When you give to scholarship,
100% of your gift is used to
help deserving students. Gifts to NTID endowed funds
are matched dollar-for-dollar
by the U.S. Federal Government. You can give to a program
or cause that is
important to you. Ellie Rosenfield Endowed Scholarship