Getting the resources you need
Lauffer presents a guide for human service agencies to fund-raising and the systematic management of resources. Step-by-step, Lauffer discusses how to substitute one kind of resource for another, the linking of resources, matching workers and tasks, recruiting volunteers, using informal help, and creative financing.
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