Books for Fundraising Success.
Fundraising for All guides readers on:
– The importance of a strategic plan as the foundation for fundraising
– How nonprofit executives and boards should manage their time in every stage of their fundraising and stewardship efforts
– The essential role board leadership plays in fundraising
– The critical relationship between the chief executive and, if there is one, the chief development officer
– Detailed instructions on “how to ask”
– How smart nonprofits cultivate donors for the future.
Fundraising for Churches: 12 Keys to Success Every Church Leader Should Know is written with church leaders in mind—whether they are clergy or other staff members, or lay leaders and volunteers. By the time you have finished reading it, you will have a clear understanding of how to raise meaningful dollars. More to the point, you will have the confidence to launch a highly ambitious and successful fundraising campaign.
Being a head of school is both challenging and rewarding work. Heads of school and those who aspire to the role are expected to engage alumni and parents and raise money effectively; yet, most have received little or no training or support in advancement. In Fundraising for Schools: 8 Keys to Success Every Head of School Should Know, veteran fundraising consultant Linda Wise McNay demystifies fundraising for school leaders.
Museum leaders and those who aspire to the role are expected to engage donors and members and raise money effectively; yet, most have received little or no training or support in advancement. In Fundraising for Museums: 8 Keys to Success Every Museum Leader Should Know, veteran fundraising consultant Linda Wise McNay demystifies fundraising for museum leaders.
You’ve been offered a Chief Executive role with a new organization. Congratulations! Of course, now you need to know what questions to ask to determine if you really want the job…
The CEO’s Due Diligence Handbook helps you compile your list of questions for your hiring organization, and gives some perspective on what their answers should look like.
The Adventures of PhilAnThropy introduces readers to young friends Phil, An and Thropy as they embark on an adventure in philanthropy upon realizing their new friend needs a special chairlift to enjoy the neighborhood pool. During their journey, the friends learn that while each may only be able to contribute a little, they can make a big impact when combining their time, talents and treasure. The Adventures of Phil An Thropy will inspire children of all ages that contributions both big and small can truly make a lasting impact.
Online Courses for Fundraising Success.
Our online course Fundraising for Churches: 12 Keys to Success Every Church Leader Should Know will teach you all the tools and tactics churches are using right now to raise meaningful dollars – even when church giving percentage is at an all time low.
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Kent Stroman, CFRE