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Milligan fundraising and solicitation policy

A friendly, but very important, reminder from Jack Simpson, vice president for institutional advancement:

Milligan College, as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, recognizes the importance that philanthropic and private donations play in the fabric of our society.  The office of institutional advancement encourages our talented faculty, staff, and students in their efforts to enhance Milligan and the other organizations in which they are involved.  Given the myriad clubs, causes, and purposes that exist within our campus community, however, it is necessary that these efforts be coordinated such that all fundraising efforts complement the broader mission of Milligan College.

When seeking to raise money on behalf of a Milligan student club/organization, school, department, or a non-Milligan related entity, cause, or individual, the chart included below should serve as a guide to help determine the appropriate point of contact to seek approval for your fundraiser.

In the case of fundraising on behalf of Milligan College or Milligan departments, the office of institutional advancement maintains the college’s fundraising policy.  Copies of this policy are available from the vice president for institutional advancement

 

Who is Asking? Who is Being Asked? Raising Money For: Seek Approval From:
Milligan student, student organizations, or faculty/staff. Milligan students, faculty, and staff Milligan student organization or club.

(Ex.  Photography Club, Alpha Chi, German Club).

Office of Student Development
Milligan student, student organizations, or faculty/staff. Milligan students, faculty, and staff

 

Local businesses, churches, etc.

Milligan school, department, program, or athletic team.

(Ex. Science area, theatre department, baseball team, etc.)

Institutional Advancement