Conducting a Successful Annual Giving Program

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Bringing together over 50 years of annual fund experience, master fundraiser Kent E. Dove has joined Carolyn P. Madvig and Jeffrey A. Lindauer to bring you a complete guide to planning and managing the most fundamental fundraising strategy: the annual giving program. Conducting a Successful Annual Giving Program, the third volume in the groundbreaking Dove on Fundraising Series, features a wealth of illustrative samples of fundraising tools, many of which have never before been offered in book form. Throughout the book, the authors address the key components of an annual giving program--including telemarketing, direct mail, special events, personal solicitation and matching gifts--and reveal how to integrate each component of the annual giving program into a coherent, fluid fundraising plan.

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Contents

Sponsoring Special Events
87
Telemarketing Your Cause
95
Soliciting Funds in Person
123
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About the author (2001)

Kent Dove, one of America's most successful and respected fundraisers, is Senior Adviser and Executive Director, Campaign Planning, for the Indiana University Foundation. He has served on the educational fundraising committee of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) as well as on the board of directors of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (formerly NSFRE). He is the author of Conducting a Successful Capital Campaign, 2nd Edition (Jossey-Bass, 2000) and Conducting a Successful Fundraising Program (Jossey-Bass, 2001).

Jeffrey A. Lindauer is executive director of special gifts and annual giving programs at the Indiana University Foundation.

Carolyn P. Madvig is the former director of special gifts and annual giving programs and now serves as executive director, development administration and services at the Indiana University Foundation.

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