Board Fund Raising Manual
This 75-page guide will walk your board members through every aspect of the fund raising process from convincing them that it's part of their job, to teaching them how to set up an endowment. Each chapter in the Board Fund Raising Manual covers one specific area of fund raising: how board members can use their personal contacts to raise money and support for their nonprofit; how they can make corporate solicitations really pay off; how to conduct an annual drive or capital campaign; how they can maximize the "take" at all their special events; and how to make the best use possible of planned giving techniques. Designed for both the veteran and the rookie board member, the Board Fund Raising Manual is full of forms, worksheets, and checklists that will help your board members take ownership of the fund raising process. All the material has been compiled through interviews with successful administrators, development directors, and board members. Each tip or strategy has been tried by another nonprofit and has proven successful. If you want your board to play a greater role in fund raising for your nonprofit, the Board Fund Raising Manual is a must! You'll want to buy a copy for each of your board members!
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