Fundraising for Libraries: 25 Proven Ways to Get More Money for Your Library

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Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 409 pages
This guide brings the principles of fundraising into focus and clearly illustrates 25 proven techniques you can put to work for your library today. Matching donors with funding opportunities, conducting auctions, soliciting donations on the Internet and many other opportunities are discussed.

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Fundraising for Libraries: 25 Proven Ways to Get More Money for Your Library (How-To-Do-It Manuals for Libraries)

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In this super collection of fundraising advice, tips, and suggestions that is relevant for all libraries, Swan (dir., Central Kansas Library System and the Great Bend Public Library) expands on his ... Read full review


Figure 111 PrincipleCentered Leadership
Figure 113 Philosophy of Fundraising
Figure 116 Fundraising Readiness Checklist

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James Swan has built an eighteen-year career crafting classically influenced interiors across the United States for clients who have included captains of industry, movie studio heads, investment bankers, and real estate developers. He has contributed to the design of numerous show houses, was recognized with the VOX/Out Designer of the Year award. He opened his own firm in Beverly Hills in 1999 and is a featured design partner with Ballard Designs.

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