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T h e U C M A l um n i F o u n d at i o n A n n ua l R e p o rt
Objects inside this early 20th century schoolhouse, maintained in Warrensburg by the Johnson County Historical Society, provided inspiration for this annual report.
WH E N APPLI CABLE, CHARTS REFLECT AU D I T ED F I G U R ES F OR T HE F I SC AL Y EAR J U L Y 1 , 2 0 1 5 , T HR OU G H J U NE 3 0 , 2016.
TOTAL ASSETS * $38,863,336
*NUM BERS AR E AS OF J U NE 3 0 EAC H Y EAR
wo years ago, our alumni and foundation boards decided to merge into one, unified powerful organization with a shared mission, vision and strengthened focus on engaging our alumni through generosity of time and resources to advance the university. Lifelong relationships, career opportunities and memories from UCM compel our alumni to care deeply about their alma mater. We aspire to provide meaningful ways for our alumni to engage with their university, impacting the students and campus while continuing to grow our reputation across the world. Jason Drummond,
VICE PRESIDENT OF UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF UCM ALUMNI FOUNDATION
Vol. 16, No. 2 | ucmo.edu/ucmmagazine
A 1% increase in total assets represented another record year for the UCM Alumni Foundation, underscoring the success of its investment strategies.
Donors invested $807,020 into the Endowment in fy16.
Endowments are at the heart of our mission to make a college degree more affordable and accessible to more students. In FY16, they reached a market value of $36,310,186, comprising 70% of the Foundationâ€™s total assets.
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49% Inc r ease FY12
The $6.2 million in total gifts for FY16 is a 49% increase over FY15, marking the highest fundraising amount since 1998 and the third highest in foundation history.
FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16
Gifts of all sizes can have a big impact. In FY16, alumni and friends contributed 8,782 gifts of $100 or less, accounting for nearly 4/5 of total gifts.
$4,101,105 $3,794,809 $5,324,379 $4,169,634 $6,216,714
came through the Fund for Excellence, including gifts made by alumni and friends throughout the U.S. who were contacted by some 35 students who staffed the yearround calling center.
through FY16 has been awarded to 44 faculty and staff opportunity grantfunded projects, encouraging innovation of the learning environment.
Published on Nov 20, 2016
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