Approaching foundations: suggestions and insights for fundraisers
Jossey-Bass, May 14, 2001 - Business & Economics - 110 pages
This issue presents valuable insight intothe processes of foundation fundraising and provides practical suggestions that will be helpful to new and experienced fundraisers. The authors discuss preparation and submission of applications, but also strongly emphasize preparations and tasks that organizations need to complete before beginning to approach foundations.
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