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Fund raising committee series
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CA UOFC uofc-1441
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- University of Calgary. Board of Governors
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.07 m of textual records
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The first meeting of the Fund Raising Committee was held on February 15, 1968. The terms of reference approved February 13, 1968 were: a) Responsible for review and recommendation to Board of plans for a major fund raising campaign including the selection of a professional fund raising organization, setting of target, co-operation and/or co-ordination with other universities in Alberta, etc. and b) Responsible for review and recommendation to Board of methods and co-ordination of continuous fund raising possibilities that may be suggested by staff, officers, Board members, etc. In March 1970, the committee name was changed from the Fund Raising Committee to the Fund Development Committee.
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The series consists of minutes and agendas. There is also some material in this series pertaining to the Executive Committee of the Three Alberta Universities Capital Fund.
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- The material is in English.
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Administrative records of The University of Calgary are restricted for a period of twenty-five years. Access requires permission from the originating office. All records must be screened for personal use.