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Tips for better fundraising at theology schools

The changing nature of North America’s population and social culture, its changing interest in theological education and mission, and the general economic situation have made the task of raising money increasingly difficult for theology schools. In an article for InTrust, a member organization of theological schools, Emilie Babcox discusses six key recent trends that indicate the need for new seminary fundraising strategies. Additional articles exploring fundraising and the Board’s role in financial development are also provided by In Trust.

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