Fundraising for the Long Haul
Here is a road map for organizations wanting a long and healthy life. In this companion to her classic how-to book, Fundraising for Social Change, Kim Klein distills her 25 years of experience and wisdom as an accomplished fundraiser, trainer and author. After sharing some of the lessons she learned from her own mistakes, Klein details the elements of a healthy organization and a healthy fundraising program. She then discusses the most common barriers to organizational health -- including Founder's Syndrome, the search for financial security, and taking donors for granted.Along with tips and techniques, Klein presents the philosophical underpinnings for long-term commitment to social change work and the means to make it sustainable.
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