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Strategic Fund Development: Building Profitable Relationships That Last [NOOK Book]

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Discover a unique new relationship strategy for successful fund raising and how to implement it using specific methods. Learn to conduct strategic planning, market to donors, develop a constituency and empower volunteers to be effective fund raisers. Charts, case studies, and expected results help guide the way. This is an essential book for anyone looking for a new, comprehensive approach to fund raising in nonprofit organizations.
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Strategic Fund Development: Building Profitable Relationships That Last

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Overview

Discover a unique new relationship strategy for successful fund raising and how to implement it using specific methods. Learn to conduct strategic planning, market to donors, develop a constituency and empower volunteers to be effective fund raisers. Charts, case studies, and expected results help guide the way. This is an essential book for anyone looking for a new, comprehensive approach to fund raising in nonprofit organizations.
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Not a manual for dealing with financial crisis or for fund raising, but a guide to fund development, described as the process of organizational development by which non-for-profit philanthropic organizations can continuously engage loyal supporters and charitable gifts. Pivots on four types of relationships: within the organization, with the community, with constituents, and with volunteers. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Directed at development officers and chief executives in not-for- profit organizations, this resource offers tools and techniques for building stronger organizations and raising more money. Chapters focus on relationships within an organization, between the organization and the community, with the constituents, and with the volunteers. This second edition also includes a chapter on fund development plans, and an expanded section on leadership. Joyaux is a consultant and a professor of philanthropy and development at St. Mary's University. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118062272
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/3/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 432
  • Sales rank: 1,266,611
  • File size: 717 KB

Meet the Author

SIMONE P. JOYAUX, ACFRE, is recognized internationally as a speaker, author, and consultant. Her firm, Joyaux Associates, provides fundraising and organizational development services. She is the author of Keep Your Donors: The Guide to Better Communications and Stronger Relationships (Wiley). A frequent conference speaker, Ms. Joyaux also publishes an e-newsletter and writes a weekly blog on her website. In addition, she is a web columnist for the Nonprofit Quarterly. Visit simonejoyaux.com for more information.

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Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Ch. 1 Positioning Your Organization To Survive - The Four Relationships That Are Critical to Effective and Productive Fund Development 1
Ch. 2 The First Relationship - Within Your Organization: Creating the Infrastructure That Produces a Healthy Organization 13
Ch. 3 The Second Relationship - With Your Community: Ensuring Your Organization's Relevance through Strategic Planning 57
App. 3-A Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity: Research Outline for the Strategic Planning Process 95
App. 3-B: Sample Constituency Surveys 100
App. 3-C New Century Plan: YMCA of Greater Providence 114
App. 3-D Strategic Planning at the Lucy Robbins Welles Library, Newington, Connecticut 128
Ch. 4 The Third Relationship - With Your Constituents: Developing Connections So Constituents Are Ready To Be Asked 153
App. 4-A Identifying the Predisposed for Your Organization 202
App. 4-B Constituency Development Worksheets: How We Can Build Relationships That Support Our Organization 204
App. 4-C: Prospect Worksheet 212
App. 4-D Case Statement - Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket 217
App. 4-E Case Statement - Children's Aid and Family Services 222
App. 4-F Excerpt from Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket Fund Development Plan for Fiscal Year 1996 241
Ch. 5 The Fourth Relationship - With Your Volunteers: Enabling Them To Take Meaningful Action on Behalf of Your Organization 244
App. 5-A Passionate Board Member Running Wild: A Real-Life Story with an Enabling Response 267
App. 5-B Key Roles in Fund Development: Board, Board Member, Committee, Staff 270
App. 5-C Assess Your Performance as an Enabler 272
Ch. 6 Creating the Most Effective Fund Development Plan for Your Organization 274
App. 6-A Women's Foundation of Southern Arizona 285
App. 6-B The Fund for Community Progress 297
App. 6-C Tockwotton Home 303
App. 6-D Children's Aid and Family Services Development Plan for Endowment and Annual Support 311
Ch. 7 In Conclusion 326
App. A Components of Fund Development 327
App. B Sample Questions for a Development Audit 329
App. C A Donor Bill of Rights 335
App. D NSFRE Code of Ethical Principles and Standards of Professional Practice 336
App. E The Accountable Not-for-Profit Organization 338
App. F Thoughts about Creating a Case for Support 339
Selected Bibliography - To Help You Be a Better Fundraiser and Organizational Development Specialist 342
Index 345
About the Author 354
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