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Donor/Student Story Idea Form

Donor/Student Story Idea Form

Each fall, the UNM Foundation publishes our Annual Report of Giving. Each year we highlight several donors and students (or donor-student pairings) with a short article on them and their gifts/giving to UNM. We strive for a diversity of donors and students (by ethnicity, gender, locale, etc.) and variety of gift types to a broad spectrum of schools, colleges and programs. UNMF Marketing and Communications will be responsible for writing these articles or mini-profiles—this form is solely to gather ideas from which to select donors/students/stories to highlight.

We invite you to suggest two donors—individuals, couples, foundations or corporations, donor-student pairings or students – for consideration. As always, space is limited and we won’t be able to include all ideas suggested; however, your ideas will be considered for future issues of our donor newsletter, Developments, or for a story for the UNM Foundation website. To participate, please return this form either via e-mail (todd.staats@unmfund.org) or fax (277-4435) on or before noon on Wednesday, April 5. Thank you!

Your Name

Your E-mail

Phone Number

Your college, school or program


DONOR (OR STUDENT) 1

Donor's (or student's) name

Donor's (or student's) location

Amount of gift $

Type of gift

To school/college/dept.

Benefiting program

Why will this donor (or student) make an interesting subject?

On a scale from 1 to 10, where 1 = dislikes attention and 10 = greatly appreciates attention, please rate how receptive you feel the donor (or student) above would be to being highlighted:


DONOR (OR STUDENT) 2

Donor's (or student's) name

Donor's (or student's) Location

Amount of gift $

Type of gift

To school/college/dept.

Benefiting program

Why will this donor (or student) make an interesting subject?

On a scale from 1 to 10, where 1 = dislikes attention and 10 = greatly appreciates attention, please rate how receptive you feel the donor (or student) above would be to being highlighted:

Now, let's make sure you're a human:

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