Are you a staff member, a board member or a volunteer of a faith-based, human service, arts, or other nonprofit organization that needs additional funds to accomplish its mission? Are there not enough hours in the day to raise the money your agency needs? Do your colleagues not have the expertise or interest to generate the needed dollars? Do you need a quick source of practical information about ways to raise funds? Then you need The Essential Nonprofit Fundraising Handbook.
This book is for individuals who are dedicated to helping their communities but who need useful recommendations on how to raise money. Written by two of America's foremost fundraising experts, you will learn how to:
- Develop a clear, efficient fundraising plan.
- Ask for contributions from individuals.
- Target businesses, foundations, and government agencies.
- Hold special events.
- Conduct a Capital Campaign.
- And lots more!
How many times has a well-meaning board member suggested that you do a golf tournament (gala dinner dance, art auction, walkathon) because the Girl Scouts (local hospital, Rotarians, PBA) scored big with theirsonly no one has any experience with such an event?
With The Essential Nonprofit Fundraising Handbook, you'll learn exactly what to do, step by step, to pull off a successful event of any kind or size, or to raise badly needed funds in a wide variety of other ways.
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About the Author
Michael A. Sand heads Sand Associates, a management-consulting firm based in Harrisburg, PA. For more than twenty-five years, he has led practical workshops across the country for representatives of nonprofit groups interested in learning about effective management. He also provides technical assistance to nonprofits in board development, strategic planning, grant writing, and fundraising. In addition, he has formed a Grant Writing and Grant Management Group which includes more than thirty experienced grant writers who assist in researching, writing and managing grant funds.
Linda Lysakowski, ACFRE, is the founder and president of Capital Venture, one of the country's most successful consulting and training fundraising firms. She is the author of Recruiting and Training Fundraising Volunteers and The Development Plan and a contributing author to The Fundraising Feasibility StudyIt's Not About the Money. She lives in Las Vegas.