Nuts and Bolts: a Survival Guide for Non-Profit Organizations
Xlibris Corporation, Jul 16, 2002 - Business & Economics - 203 pages
Nuts and Bolts: A Survival Guide for Non-profit Organizations provides down-to-earth, practical advice from two veterans of the non-profit and fundraising sector to strengthen your non-profit organization, to build community support, to secure necessary funding, and to express appreciation to supporters and friends. This guide is full of examples of matters well- and badly-handled to help you improve management of your non-profit organization and make it more successful.
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