Fund Raising Realities Every Board Member Must Face: A 1-hour Crash Course on Raising Major Gifts for Nonprofit Organizations
Fund Raising Realities tells board members of nonprofit organizations everything they need to know to raise real money ... and not one word more. With exceptional clarity, it explains the enduring realities of fund raising, and describes exactly what board members must do before, during, and after a campaign to guarantee its success. Whether the goal is $25,000 or $250 million, Fund Raising Realities examines what works in fund raising, why it works, and how to use this accepted wisdom to your organization's advantage. To those wanting to raise serious money, Fund Raising Realities offers an unparalleled command of the essentials.
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David Lansdowne,Jerold Panas
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