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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President for Financial Development

South Dade YMCA

Director of Institutional Advancement

Seacrest Country Day School

Vice President for Financial Development

YMCA of Greater Miami

Associate Consultant

School Strategies and Solutions

Affiliations

Member
South Dade YMCA

Education

undergraduate degree

Boston University

Notre Dame University

CASE Institutes at Dartmouth College

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People think donors give money to ...

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People think donors give money to causes because it's a tax advantage, but the No. 1 reason is simply because somebody asked them, says Karl Salathé, director of institutional advancement at Seacrest Country Day School in Naples. The individuals or corporations have a connection because it is something they are passionate about, or identify with, such as attending the school or being a member of the YMCA, he says. It's "friend-raising" before fundraising.

With a little bit of information comes a little bit of involvement, and with a little bit of involvement typically comes a contribution, he says. "The spiral is repeated over and over again," Salathé says. "It grows from a $25 donor to major donor because of their involvement, and their investment grows with time. Salathé is a veteran fundraising executive with more than 35 years of experience in senior-level YMCA posts and academic positions at Boston College, Clark University, Drew University and New England College.


The Giving Business - Gulfshore Business - April 2012

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People think donors give money to causes because it's a tax advantage, but the No. 1 reason is simply because somebody asked them, says Karl Salathé, director of institutional advancement at Seacrest Country Day School in Naples. The individuals or corporations have a connection because it is something they are passionate about, or identify with, such as attending the school or being a member of the YMCA, he says. It's "friend-raising" before fundraising.

With a little bit of information comes a little bit of involvement, and with a little bit of involvement typically comes a contribution, he says. "The spiral is repeated over and over again," Salathé says. "It grows from a $25 donor to major donor because of their involvement, and their investment grows with time. Salathé is a veteran fundraising executive with more than 35 years of experience in senior-level YMCA posts and academic positions at Boston College, Clark University, Drew University and New England College.
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It's just that their mission or their story is not one that people choose to support," Salathé says.


Planned Giving | YMCA of Greater Miami

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For more information, contact Karl M. Salathé, Vice President for Financial Development at 305-357-4000, ext. 189 or email ksalathe@ymcamiami.org © 2008 YMCA of Greater Miami. All rights reserved.


Consulting Team

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Karl Salathe', CFRE

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Karl brings an additional top flight consulting resource to support clients of School Strategies and Solutions. He has had a distinguished career as a professional fundraiser for over 35 years in private colleges and schools, and in large non-profit organizations. Most recently he held the position of Director of Institutional Advancement at Seacrest Country Day School in Naples, FL.
He has served in senior leadership roles at, among other institutions, Clark University, New England College, Drew University and Boston College. Most recently, he was Vice President for Financial Development at the YMCA of Greater Miami.
His skills and knowledge in governance board leadership are renowned. Karl has developed tools that allow a board to assess its membership and organize to meet strategic goals.
Karl has his undergraduate degree from Boston University, and has done graduate work at that university, along with Drew University and Harvard University. He has certification in estate planning, and has attended CASE Institutes at Dartmouth College and Notre Dame University.


How To Give | YMCA of Greater Miami

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For Endowment, Capital, Heritage Club, James Jackson Society or other Major Gifts: Please contact Karl M. Salathé, Vice President for Financial Development at 305-357-4000, ext. 189 or email ksalathe@ymcamiami.org.

Questions: If you have questions about giving at any level, please contact Karl M. Salathé, Vice President for Financial Development at 305-357-4000, ext. 189 or email ksalathe@ymcamiami.org. Become A Member

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