existed since the early 1990s, first as an information technology
listserv, and later as a forum for fundraising issues.
on-line, and its subscription list is managed via a mail server housed
at Johns Hopkins University.
FundList has no
true staff, office building, or budget. It endures on the strength of
the thoughtful postings of its participating subscribers. Fundlist has
been moderated since 2000 by Robert Burdenski, author of the CASE Innovations in Annual Giving book series.
a listserv? It's an ongoing, online conversation. FundList subscribers
post questions, and FundList subscribers reply with answers. Give it a
Now FundList is on Facebook!
See for yourself the many faces of the many folks that make up FundList...
Council For The Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) maintains a
web page with subscription information for a variety of advancment and
higher education-related lists. The web page is located here.
A "briefcase" of sample fundraising documents (primarily in annual giving) shared by FundList subscribers is maintained on this site under the "Briefcase" tab.
THE FUNDLIST TRADITION
FundList has remained a vital resource for many development professionals, in part, because of the absence of self-promotion from vendors, consultants and other for-profit companies and interests. The FundList moderator reserves the right to decide the appropriateness of all Fundlist postings, consistent with the spirit and history of FundList.
THE FUNDLIST MODERATOR (also known as The Janitor)
Please direct all questions or problems to: Robert A. Burdenski FundList Moderator FundList World Headquarters Chicago, Illinois E-mail: Bob@FundList.Info Phone: 773-351-1728