Financial Resource Development and Management
Cinnamon Catlin-Legutko, Stacy Klingler
Rowman Altamira, Nov 16, 2011 - Business & Economics - 168 pages
Small museums must adopt policies of financial responsibility and stability if they are to last. Through an organized commitment to transparency and accountability, small museums can achieve sound financial management just like their larger counterparts. This book offers sample fiscal policies, guides to fundraising plans, and budgeting templates to help small museums manage their money effectively. It also details the fundraising methods available to small museums and how to measure your progress towards funding goals. Lastly, the book surveys many common legal issues relating to small museums as they pertain to financial management and other topics in the series, such as copyright, human resources.
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A ROADMAP FOR KICKSTARTING YOUR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
LANDING GRANTS TO SUPPORT YOUR INSTITUTION
MUSEUMS AND LEGAL ISSUES
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