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Alpha Phi Foundation to Participate in 2015 NIC Foundation Alumnae and Donor Survey

Alpha Phi Foundation to Participate in
2015 NIC Foundation Alumnae and Donor Survey


Alpha Phi is always eager to build strong connections with our alumnae and offer the kind of opportunities that engage, inspire and serve both students and graduates. That's why we are excited to announce that Alpha Phi Foundation will partner with 38 other fraternity and sorority foundations in a survey of Greek members and supporters across North America.

The 2015 North-American Interfraternity Council, Inc. (NIC) Foundation Alumnae and Donor Survey intends to explore a variety of factors that influence members' support. Through the eyes of alumnae and donors, the survey will reveal what opportunities exist to increase contributor numbers, identify the messaging donors and members find most compelling and determine how both fraternities and sororities can forge stronger relationships with their members. The research will help enhance our future programs and services, and give us insight into how Alpha Phi compares with other Greek organizations.

Throughout the month of April, a random sampling of alumnae members will receive personal invitations to participate in the study. Involvement is optional and members can rest assured that all answers and information provided will remain strictly confidential and be reported in aggregate form. If you wish, you can add or confirm your email address on our distribution list at http://www.cygresearch.com/greeksurvey.

This research partnership is coordinated through the NIC Foundation, the charitable educator and organizer of 78 fraternal foundations, and the survey is managed by Cygnus Applied Research, a national consulting firm with extensive experience conducting research on behalf of Greek organizations. Participant contact information will not be shared or sold to any third parties under any circumstances.

We hope you will choose to participate in this important research. Your opinions and perspectives will help shape the future of Alpha Phi, and strengthen the experience for all our members and supporters.

For more information, please contact Dan Hartmann at dan@nicindy.org.