Getting the resources you need

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Sage Publications, Oct 1, 1982 - Political Science - 165 pages
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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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ABOUT THIS BOOK
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EXERCISES
12
Program People
15
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About the author (1982)

Armand Lauffer’s books are widely read. Since Community Organizers and Social Planners appeared in 1972, he has authored 20 books and edited two anthologies on organizations, community practice, training, fundraising, continuing education and staff development, and management in nonprofit organizations. Understanding Your Social Agency has been continuously in print since 1977. The current edition is much expanded. It draws on both classic and contemporary practice and theory, to provide users with hands-on tools for understanding their social agencies and improving their performance.

A series editor for SAGE since 1977, his books have been published by a number of firms, among them: SAGE, John Wiley, McGraw-Hill, Prentice Hall, and the Free Press.

A co-founder of ACOSA (the Association for Community Organization and Social Administration), Lauffer pioneered the establishment of a number of professional associations and academic units, both at the University of Michigan, from which he retired in 2001, and abroad. His consultative work on nonprofit management, community organizing, and fundraising has taken him across North America, Israel, Europe, and the Former Soviet Union. He currently makes his home in Jerusalem.

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