Friends of The Oberlin Review Endowment" fund endowed!
YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
We would like to extend a thank-you to all of our supporters and
announce a successful campaign. Thanks to the donations of friends
and alumni, The Friends of The Oberlin Review endowment fund
passed its goal of $25,000 the minimum needed to be endowed.
Friends of The Oberlin Review Endowment, while described
as a general operating fund, will be used primarily for journalism
education. The endowment will help cover the costs of speakers,
workshops and conferences, not only for current students but future
ones as well.
you can support:
us further our goals. The overwhelming support we received for the
Friends of The Oberlin Review Endowment shows how committed
community members are to supporting the Review and journalism education
at Oberlin. You, too, can show your support and donate to the endowment,
its not too late.
you would like more information you can contact The Oberlin Review
representative at firstname.lastname@example.org.
and pledges can be made through the Oberlin College Office of Development.
Contact Carol Spiros, Assistant Director, The Oberlin Fund (email@example.com
Oberlin College Office of Development
50 West Lorain Street, Suite 203A,
Oberlin, Ohio 44074
information about donating can be found at the Development website
Please be sure to specify that you would like your contribution
to go to "The Friends of The Oberlin Review Endowment,"
and remember that your organization may have a gift-matching program.
you for your support!
Fund Description: The Friends of The Oberlin Review Endowment
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.