Gifts-in-kind: the fund raiser's guide to acquiring, managing, and selling charitable contributions other than cash and securities
Fund Raising Institute, a Division of the Taft Group, 1991 - Business & Economics - 178 pages
Two veteran development officers take you through the steps of acquiring, managing and selling charitable contributions in this interesting guide. Learn how to evaluate real estate, set up a trust file, understand planned-giving devices and more.
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Understanding the Importance
Establishing Guidelines for Acquisition
Marshaling Internal and Volunteer Support
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