Fundraising for Small Museums: In Good Times and Bad
This clear, accessible manual is designed specifically for people running the thousands of small museums, historic houses, and historic sites across the U.S. and Canada. Typically, these smaller institutions lack endowments and are under-funded. They also tend to be understaffed, so that their administrators wear many hats: curator, researcher, building manager, accountant, and fundraiser, to name a few. This guide will help small-museum administrators performs their jobs more efficiently by teaching them how to secure funding for their programs and institutions.
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THE UNIVERSE OF FUNDRAISING
METHODS OF SOLICITATION
MEMBERSHIP ANNUAL APPEAL AND SPECIAL EVENTS
MANAGING A CAPITAL CAMPAIGN
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