Funding Alternatives for Libraries
American Library Association, 1979 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 174 pages
Methods for obtaining funds outside of primary funding sources are outlined with advice on developing fund raising programs, lobbying, grantsmanship, and direct mail solicitation, including three case studies.
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Planning for Fund Raising
Public Relations and Publicity
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