Oberlin Review is proud to announce "The Friends of The Oberlin
have one year to raise $25,000, the minimum needed to establish
an endowed fund.
five percent return on the fund will supplement the Review's general
operating costs. This money will allow us to work on projects that
were otherwise not financially feasible.
we don't make the goal in a year, any money we do raise will be
put into a current use fund designated for our general operating
costs and we would target it for updating our equipment and educating
our staff through speakers and conferences.
confident, though, that we'll be able to reach our goal, ensure
the financial future of the Review and preserve our journalistic
you can support:
donation pledge of $100 from 50 people will easily get us to our
you'd like information on five-year donation pledges contact Ireta
you'd like to make an outright donation, you can send mail to us
College Office of Development
50 West Lorain Street, Suite 203A,
Oberlin, Ohio 44074
sure to put in the memo line 'Friends of The Oberlin Review Endowment'.
that your company may have a gift-matching program!
general information on donations, check out the Development Office
website at www.oberlin.edu/development or contact Carol Spiros,
Assistant Director, The Oberlin Fund (firstname.lastname@example.org or
donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
you can't make a dollar donation, contact the Long Term Manager,
Ireta Kraal, '02, at email@example.com about other ways
you can help out.
so you know exactly what you will be donating, this is the full
Friends of The Oberlin Review Endowment Fund
in 2001 by current and former members of The Oberlin Review Staff,
this fund is created to support the operating budget of The Oberlin
Review. At such time as the balance in this fund reaches $25,000,
this fund shall become a permanently endowed fund. The income from
this fund, which shall be expended at the Oberlin College Board-approved
payout rate, is to be used to provide general operating support
for The Oberlin Review on an annual basis. If the fund does not
reach $25,000 by August 31, 2002, this fund shall become a current-use
fund to support The Oberlin Review during fiscal year 2002-03.
about the endowment in the November 9, 2001 edition of the review.