By Tom Martin on Sep 12th, 2014 02:15 PM
Keeping business in Lexington turns on whether or not the community is willing to provide its residents with a "quality of life that includes artistic and cultural enrichment activities, bottom-lined Sam Barnes as the Fifth Third Bank president announced at a November 13 press conference a...
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By Robert K. Lewis, Jr on Jul 18th, 2011 02:17 PM
We've all heard the expression "There's no I in team. Cliché or not, it happens to be true, especially when it comes to forming and directing an advancement team to guide a comprehensive campaign.
No one or two consultants, despite their years of experience, can push a campaign along by...
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By Jim Jordan on Dec 15th, 2003 12:34 PM
Mixed Motives Push Firms, Non-profits into symbiosis

It's a simple idea.

Have local artists create a holiday calendar that will have ads for local companies. The calendars, which sell for $12 each, can be sent to customers and friends as a holiday greetings. "We are providing an...
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By Annabel Girard on Feb 4th, 2001 12:33 PM
In 10 years, Danville man has built Global Advancement into a major player in the field of raising money

LEXINGTON  Robert K. Lewis beams when he talks about his staff at Global Advancement. "Our 19 professionals have a combined 197 years experience in institutional advancement."
By Jim Jordan on Feb 4th, 2001 12:31 PM
Major Fund-Raising Clients of GLOBAL ADVANCEMENT
Dollars for Scholars

A development associate with GLOBAL ADVANCEMENT, John Hudson, is currently overseeing a new governing board and raising funds as a first step toward establishing a statewide Dollars for Scholars organization in...
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By Jim Jordan on Sep 15th, 2000 12:28 PM
Global Advancement LLC
Location: World Trade Center, Suite 300, 333 West Vine Street

How to Contact: (859) 231-8575 or

Services: Fund-raising consultants for charities and not-for-profit groups

Owners: Robert K. Lewis, 65, president; Wendy G. Lewis, 62,...
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By Jim Jordan on Sep 12th, 2000 12:26 PM
Robert Lewis knows how to ask people for money - sometimes a lot of money - and that talent has built an unusual Lexington company. Global Advancement pools the skills of 19 professionals, who range in age from 28 to 78, to raise money for colleges, museums, charities and other not-for-profit...
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By Tanya Howe Johnson on Dec 31st, 1969 02:13 PM
At the annual NCPG Council Leaders Worship in August, we invited volunteer leaders of NCPG's planned giving councils to share the experiences in a focus group titled.  "What's the status of gift planning in your nonprofit community?"  Participants represented various types of charitable...
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