Fund-Raising: Evaluating and Managing the Fund Development Process
Covers initial preparation and 15 areas of fund-raising and discusses the ongoing management of the process. Designed for fund-raising executives of organizations both large and small. Included are numerous examples, case studies, check lists, and a unique evaluation of the audit environment of nonprofit organizations.
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