Fundraising When Times Are Bad: A Guide for Nonprofit Leaders

Fundraising When Times Are Bad: A Guide for Nonprofit Leaders

by Jeremy Beer

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Overview

How do successful nonprofits raise funds when economic times are hard? How do you raise money when the rules of social engagement have changed dramatically? Jeremy Beer and the consultants at American Philanthropic tackle these urgent questions in Fundraising When Times Are Bad: A Guide for Nonprofit Leaders
 
Drawing from their experience working and speaking with hundreds of nonprofit organizations and leaders, Beer and his colleagues share concrete, practical, and detailed advice related to every major area of fundraising, from direct response to events to major gifts to capital campaigns. Whether you are a nonprofit board member, CEO, advancement director, or a development officer, this timely book will help orient your fundraising efforts during today's turbulent times.
 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780578709154
Publisher: American Philanthropic
Publication date: 06/08/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 84
File size: 292 KB

About the Author

Jeremy Beer is the co-founder and principal partner at American Philanthropic, LLC. He is the author of The Forgotten Foundations of Fundraising: Practical Advice and Contrarian Wisdom for Nonprofit Leaders (Wiley, 2019), with Jeffrey Cain, and The Philanthropic Revolution: An Alternative History of American Charity(University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015). Beer has published dozens of articles and essays on philanthropy, society, and culture in outlets such as the Washington Post, the Washington Examiner, and the Utne Reader. 
 
Beer has served in leadership positions and on boards at several nonprofit organizations, and he has lectured at Wake Forest University, Georgetown University, Calvin College, Pepperdine University, and numerous other institutions. He holds a doctorate in psychology from the University of Texas at Austin.
 

Table of Contents

Introduction
Chapter 1: The Big Picture
Chapter 2: Strategy
Chapter 3: Donor Acquisition
Chapter 4: Direct Response
Chapter 5: Events
Chapter 6: The Big Stuff: Major Gifts, Capital Campaigns, and Planned Giving
Chapter 7: Foundations
Chapter 8: Data
Chapter 9: Management
 
 

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