Get your library the funds you need! Guided by his lifetime of fundraising experience, Ken Dowlin offers suggestions that range from tips for community programs such as story hours and simple book sales to ideas for influencing referendum issues to gain increased or dedicated funding.
Get your library the funds you need! Guided by his lifetime of experience, Ken Dowlin offers readers fundraising suggestions that range from tips for community programs, such as story hours and simple book sales (a good way to clean house of outdated or little-used books to make a little money), to ideas for influencing referendum issues to gain increased or dedicated funding. Dowlin's goal is to help you understand the activities and tools available, and then construct and realize a clear, concise strategy. With Getting the Money, you can secure the funding necessary for the success of your libraryor other governmental or nonprofit organization.
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About the Author
Ken Dowlin holds degrees in history, library and information science and public administration. His 36 year career began as a bookmobile driver, was director of four public libraries ranging in population size from 50,000 to San Francisco's 750,000. His last position was a professor in the largest distance education MLIS program in the country.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Getting Them Hungry (Putting Out the Bait)
Chapter 2: Cleaning Out the Kitchen
Chapter 3: Organizing the Kitchen (Strategic Thinking)
Chapter 4: Getting Good Equipment: Skillets, Pots and Pans, Knives and Cookbooks
Chapter 5: Nibbles and Starter Recipes
Chapter 6: Holiday Menus (Strategies to Get Major Funds)
Chapter 7: The Keys to the Financial Castle Kitchen