Fund Raising Basics: A Complete Guide

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This primer helps new fund raisers learn the basics, from the vocabulary of fund raising to the nuances of major trends affecting nonprofit fundraising today. With up-to-date case studies and real-life examples, this practical guide will provide an overview of the field and give development staff, managers, and directors a platform from which to operate their fund raising programs. This guide is a must-have for anyone new to the fund raising arena. OTHER TITLES IN ASPEN'S FUNDRAISING SERIES Developing Major ...

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Overview

This primer helps new fund raisers learn the basics, from the vocabulary of fund raising to the nuances of major trends affecting nonprofit fundraising today. With up-to-date case studies and real-life examples, this practical guide will provide an overview of the field and give development staff, managers, and directors a platform from which to operate their fund raising programs. This guide is a must-have for anyone new to the fund raising arena. OTHER TITLES IN ASPEN'S FUNDRAISING SERIES Developing Major Gifts: Turning Small Donors into Major Contributors Planned Giving Essentials: A Step-by-Step Guide to Success Capital Campaigns: Strategies That Work Donor Focused Strategies for Annual Giving Successful Special Events: Planning, Hosting, and Evaluating Corporate and Foundation Fund Raising: A Complete Guide from the Inside Strategic Fund Development: Building Reliable Relationships That Last

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A guide for development officers of non-profit organizations to setting up fundraising programs, an aid to studying for certification, and a text for fundraising seminars and workshops, but Ciconte, a consultant, and Jacob, with a professional association, originally intended their work to be a textbook for a continuing-education course. Their topics include the philanthropic tradition, the development office, prospect research, special events, capital campaigns, working with consultants, and fundraising as a career. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

Contents: Philanthropy-An American Tradition
• The Many Roles of Board, Staff, and Volunteers in Fund Raising
• The Development Office
• Using Technology in Fund Raising
• Developing and Evaluating a Fund Raising Plan
• Building Relationships for Your Organization Through Annual Giving
• Using Direct Mail and Telemarketing to Build a Donor Base
• Prospect Research
• The Use of Personal Solicitation in Major Gift Fund Raising
• Corporate Fund Raising
• Raising Money from Foundations
• Special Events-The Fun in Fund Raising
• Fund Raising Publications
• Capital Campaigns
• The Basics of Planned Giving
• Working with Consultants
• Fund Raising as a Career
• Glossary of Terms

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