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Development & Alumni Relations Process

Managing philanthropic fundraising and alumni relations for UCL.

Useful Systems

  • DARO Apps
    DARO Apps
    https://wwwa-e.ucl.ac.uk/isd/webapps/daro/auth/login
  • DARO Oracle Suite
    DARO Oracle Suite
    https://adminapps.ucl.ac.uk/forms/frmservlet?config=advance
  • Philanthropic Giving Toolkit
    Philanthropic Giving Toolkit
    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/development/toolkit/
DARO Apps
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DARO Oracle Suite
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Philanthropic Giving Toolkit
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DARO Apps

A new suite of forms allowing DARO staff to administer data in the alumni and fundraising system.

DARO Oracle Suite

A suite of forms and reports allowing DARO staff to administer data in the alumni and fundraising system.

Philanthropic Giving Toolkit

This area of the DARO website gives UCL staff involved in fundraising, detailed guidance on a range of processes, guidelines and policies to support philanthropic giving. We can support staff to attract and manage philanthropic funds and provide a range of administrative support. UCL is a registered charity and staff therefore do not need to set up individual charities. DARO can provide all the services you need and ensure the funds are directed as intended by the donor.

  • - login with your UCL username and password

Process Context

Process Owner

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Alumni and fundraising system administration

Using the dedicated applications, DARO staff can administer the alumni and fundraising back-end processes.

Toolkit for UCL

Visit the DARO Toolkit for UCL for detailed guidance on a range of processes, guidlines and policies to support philanthropic giving.
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