Stands for “Principal Gift Prospect” Capacity = $5M+ gift Inclination = possible May choose not to flag A-rated prospects as PGP’s if development officer knows the inclination is simply not there to give a principal gift (example: non-alumni, A-rated prospects … Continued
The reason the University raises money. The designation of the gift or pledge. The fund the donated money goes into.
All members of any plan associated with the prospect, the prospect manager and any other development staff member who requests to be on the team.
Research rating. Located on the Prospect and Constituent views of a constituent record.
Tool to search for a constituent that has the prospect constituency.
A list of prospects ready for a cultivation plan.
Displays a list of previous prospect managers and includes the dates they served as a manager for the prospect.
The development officer primarily responsible for the University’s relationship with the prospect. (See Prospect Management Policy)
The process of coordinating the cultivation and solicitation of prospects, keeping the donor’s interests first.
In major gift terms, a prospect is an individual, foundation, or corporation capable of making a significant gift to the organization. Fundraisers may assign the prospect constituency to any constituent in order to create a plan.