Saving the World On Thirty Dollars a Day

Saving the World On Thirty Dollars a Day

by Charles Sheehan-Miles
     
 

Activist and Author Charles Sheehan-Miles, founder of the National Gulf War Resource Center and former executive director of Veterans for Common Sense, gives hard won practical suggestions and advice to people who want to set out to change the world. In 1993, starting with no money, resources, members or organization behind them, Sheehan-Miles and a small group of… See more details below

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Activist and Author Charles Sheehan-Miles, founder of the National Gulf War Resource Center and former executive director of Veterans for Common Sense, gives hard won practical suggestions and advice to people who want to set out to change the world. In 1993, starting with no money, resources, members or organization behind them, Sheehan-Miles and a small group of war veteran activists set out to change America. By the end of the decade, they had not only secured legislation and research which proved the existence of Gulf War veterans illnesses, but also directed more than six billion dollars in benefits for Gulf War veterans. In this book, Sheehan-Miles shares down to earth experiences useful for social change activists long on ideas and short on resources. A how-to guide covering the basics of starting, organizing and running a nonprofit organization, Saving the World on Thirty Dollars A Day is an indispensable resource for activists forming a small organization for the first time.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149188987
Publisher:
Cincinnatus Press
Publication date:
03/06/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
120
File size:
0 MB

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