WEFOUNDReport of Annual Giving, 1975-76 (Classic Reprint)


Grounded in a general liberal arts education, Hope College offers specialized study in more than 90 majors, minors and pre-professional programs.

Flourishing programs in 80+ disciplines. A vibrant Christian mission. $50 million in new campus construction. A 2014 Division III national championship. 95% placement within 6 months of graduation. There’s never been a better time to consider Hope College.

Research abounds at Hope. Our students and faculty carry out high-quality research projects that are challenging, meaningful and contribute to exciting new knowledge in a broad range of disciplines.

This year, Sacramento State has once again exceeded its goals to raise private support for our students and programs. Prudent fiscal management and a high performing portfolio generated strong returns for the University's endowments--the sum of your thoughtful investment in Sacramento State.

We invite you to view the 2014-15 Annual Report of Giving and donor Honor Roll as part of a Special Edition of Torchlight .

A strong showing by annual donors
In 2014–2015, annual giving reached a record-breaking $38,375,829, reflecting once again the significant generosity of alumni, parents, and friends across Yale College and all of Yale’s graduate and professional schools. Gifts came from 43,700 individual donors, providing current use, unrestricted support to meet the needs of faculty and students.

Giving to the Yale College Alumni Fund attained a new high of $21.3 million—more than $1 million over its previous record. These annual contributions help to moderate tuition, supply student scholarships, and sustain a host of teaching and research activities.

Reunions also played a key part in boosting support for the Alumni Fund in Yale College. Three Yale College classes raised over $1 million in annual gifts—1965, 1980, and 1985—marking the first time more than one reunion class exceeded this mark in the same fiscal year.

Grounded in a general liberal arts education, Hope College offers specialized study in more than 90 majors, minors and pre-professional programs.

Flourishing programs in 80+ disciplines. A vibrant Christian mission. $50 million in new campus construction. A 2014 Division III national championship. 95% placement within 6 months of graduation. There’s never been a better time to consider Hope College.

Research abounds at Hope. Our students and faculty carry out high-quality research projects that are challenging, meaningful and contribute to exciting new knowledge in a broad range of disciplines.

Grounded in a general liberal arts education, Hope College offers specialized study in more than 90 majors, minors and pre-professional programs.

Flourishing programs in 80+ disciplines. A vibrant Christian mission. $50 million in new campus construction. A 2014 Division III national championship. 95% placement within 6 months of graduation. There’s never been a better time to consider Hope College.

Research abounds at Hope. Our students and faculty carry out high-quality research projects that are challenging, meaningful and contribute to exciting new knowledge in a broad range of disciplines.

This year, Sacramento State has once again exceeded its goals to raise private support for our students and programs. Prudent fiscal management and a high performing portfolio generated strong returns for the University's endowments--the sum of your thoughtful investment in Sacramento State.

We invite you to view the 2014-15 Annual Report of Giving and donor Honor Roll as part of a Special Edition of Torchlight .

A strong showing by annual donors
In 2014–2015, annual giving reached a record-breaking $38,375,829, reflecting once again the significant generosity of alumni, parents, and friends across Yale College and all of Yale’s graduate and professional schools. Gifts came from 43,700 individual donors, providing current use, unrestricted support to meet the needs of faculty and students.

Giving to the Yale College Alumni Fund attained a new high of $21.3 million—more than $1 million over its previous record. These annual contributions help to moderate tuition, supply student scholarships, and sustain a host of teaching and research activities.

Reunions also played a key part in boosting support for the Alumni Fund in Yale College. Three Yale College classes raised over $1 million in annual gifts—1965, 1980, and 1985—marking the first time more than one reunion class exceeded this mark in the same fiscal year.

Harvard relies on the generosity of alumni and friends to support our innovative teaching and research. More than 30,000 College alumni give to the University each year, joined by College parents and alumni from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. By supporting pioneering initiatives like edX or the important work of House Renewal and the transformative undergraduate experience, our incredible community of donors ensures that Harvard can advance its leadership across all areas of human and scientific discovery.

The  1636 Society recognizes loyal donors who give to the Harvard College Fund every year. Membership in the 1636 Society begins with a second consecutive annual gift and continues with ongoing annual support. These gifts can be outright gifts, pledge payments, or multiyear pledges.  Members of the 1636 Society are listed on the 1636 Society website .

Associates Giving is the cornerstone of the Harvard College Fund’s annual giving efforts. Donors provide immediate-use support for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) and give Michael D. Smith, Edgerley Family Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the flexible leadership funds necessary to explore groundbreaking endeavors like Harvard’s Financial Aid Initiative , House Renewal , and edX .

157 Church Street, New Haven, CT 06510-2100 USA |  development.gifts@yale.edu

As markets demand not only efficiency but agility and flexibility from supply chains, next-generation models are successfully combining automation and digital technologies to drive superior performance. While this digital ecosystem is creating cost savings, innovation and win-win opportunities along supply chains, it is also accelerating the pace of change, creating disruption and raising competitive pressures.

This report provides updates on the nine innovative technologies we predict will have the most potential to transform supply chains into next-generation models. It also provide information on barriers to adoption, top supply chain challenges, strategies for leaders and real-world case studies.

The 2016 MHI Annual Industry Report, developed in collaboration with Deloitte, reflects the views of nearly 900 industry insiders – almost double that of last year’s survey. Respondents included manufacturers, distributors, service providers, and others – more than 50% of them with senior executive, general manager, or department head titles.

Grounded in a general liberal arts education, Hope College offers specialized study in more than 90 majors, minors and pre-professional programs.

Flourishing programs in 80+ disciplines. A vibrant Christian mission. $50 million in new campus construction. A 2014 Division III national championship. 95% placement within 6 months of graduation. There’s never been a better time to consider Hope College.

Research abounds at Hope. Our students and faculty carry out high-quality research projects that are challenging, meaningful and contribute to exciting new knowledge in a broad range of disciplines.

This year, Sacramento State has once again exceeded its goals to raise private support for our students and programs. Prudent fiscal management and a high performing portfolio generated strong returns for the University's endowments--the sum of your thoughtful investment in Sacramento State.

We invite you to view the 2014-15 Annual Report of Giving and donor Honor Roll as part of a Special Edition of Torchlight .

A strong showing by annual donors
In 2014–2015, annual giving reached a record-breaking $38,375,829, reflecting once again the significant generosity of alumni, parents, and friends across Yale College and all of Yale’s graduate and professional schools. Gifts came from 43,700 individual donors, providing current use, unrestricted support to meet the needs of faculty and students.

Giving to the Yale College Alumni Fund attained a new high of $21.3 million—more than $1 million over its previous record. These annual contributions help to moderate tuition, supply student scholarships, and sustain a host of teaching and research activities.

Reunions also played a key part in boosting support for the Alumni Fund in Yale College. Three Yale College classes raised over $1 million in annual gifts—1965, 1980, and 1985—marking the first time more than one reunion class exceeded this mark in the same fiscal year.

Harvard relies on the generosity of alumni and friends to support our innovative teaching and research. More than 30,000 College alumni give to the University each year, joined by College parents and alumni from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. By supporting pioneering initiatives like edX or the important work of House Renewal and the transformative undergraduate experience, our incredible community of donors ensures that Harvard can advance its leadership across all areas of human and scientific discovery.

The  1636 Society recognizes loyal donors who give to the Harvard College Fund every year. Membership in the 1636 Society begins with a second consecutive annual gift and continues with ongoing annual support. These gifts can be outright gifts, pledge payments, or multiyear pledges.  Members of the 1636 Society are listed on the 1636 Society website .

Associates Giving is the cornerstone of the Harvard College Fund’s annual giving efforts. Donors provide immediate-use support for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) and give Michael D. Smith, Edgerley Family Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the flexible leadership funds necessary to explore groundbreaking endeavors like Harvard’s Financial Aid Initiative , House Renewal , and edX .

Grounded in a general liberal arts education, Hope College offers specialized study in more than 90 majors, minors and pre-professional programs.

Flourishing programs in 80+ disciplines. A vibrant Christian mission. $50 million in new campus construction. A 2014 Division III national championship. 95% placement within 6 months of graduation. There’s never been a better time to consider Hope College.

Research abounds at Hope. Our students and faculty carry out high-quality research projects that are challenging, meaningful and contribute to exciting new knowledge in a broad range of disciplines.

This year, Sacramento State has once again exceeded its goals to raise private support for our students and programs. Prudent fiscal management and a high performing portfolio generated strong returns for the University's endowments--the sum of your thoughtful investment in Sacramento State.

We invite you to view the 2014-15 Annual Report of Giving and donor Honor Roll as part of a Special Edition of Torchlight .

Grounded in a general liberal arts education, Hope College offers specialized study in more than 90 majors, minors and pre-professional programs.

Flourishing programs in 80+ disciplines. A vibrant Christian mission. $50 million in new campus construction. A 2014 Division III national championship. 95% placement within 6 months of graduation. There’s never been a better time to consider Hope College.

Research abounds at Hope. Our students and faculty carry out high-quality research projects that are challenging, meaningful and contribute to exciting new knowledge in a broad range of disciplines.

This year, Sacramento State has once again exceeded its goals to raise private support for our students and programs. Prudent fiscal management and a high performing portfolio generated strong returns for the University's endowments--the sum of your thoughtful investment in Sacramento State.

We invite you to view the 2014-15 Annual Report of Giving and donor Honor Roll as part of a Special Edition of Torchlight .

A strong showing by annual donors
In 2014–2015, annual giving reached a record-breaking $38,375,829, reflecting once again the significant generosity of alumni, parents, and friends across Yale College and all of Yale’s graduate and professional schools. Gifts came from 43,700 individual donors, providing current use, unrestricted support to meet the needs of faculty and students.

Giving to the Yale College Alumni Fund attained a new high of $21.3 million—more than $1 million over its previous record. These annual contributions help to moderate tuition, supply student scholarships, and sustain a host of teaching and research activities.

Reunions also played a key part in boosting support for the Alumni Fund in Yale College. Three Yale College classes raised over $1 million in annual gifts—1965, 1980, and 1985—marking the first time more than one reunion class exceeded this mark in the same fiscal year.

Harvard relies on the generosity of alumni and friends to support our innovative teaching and research. More than 30,000 College alumni give to the University each year, joined by College parents and alumni from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. By supporting pioneering initiatives like edX or the important work of House Renewal and the transformative undergraduate experience, our incredible community of donors ensures that Harvard can advance its leadership across all areas of human and scientific discovery.

The  1636 Society recognizes loyal donors who give to the Harvard College Fund every year. Membership in the 1636 Society begins with a second consecutive annual gift and continues with ongoing annual support. These gifts can be outright gifts, pledge payments, or multiyear pledges.  Members of the 1636 Society are listed on the 1636 Society website .

Associates Giving is the cornerstone of the Harvard College Fund’s annual giving efforts. Donors provide immediate-use support for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) and give Michael D. Smith, Edgerley Family Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the flexible leadership funds necessary to explore groundbreaking endeavors like Harvard’s Financial Aid Initiative , House Renewal , and edX .

157 Church Street, New Haven, CT 06510-2100 USA |  development.gifts@yale.edu


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