Getting to Yes offers a concise, step by step, proven strategy for coming to mutually acceptable agreements in every sort of conflict. Based on the work of the Harvard Negotiation Project, a group that deals continually with all levels of negotiation and conflict resolution. This book tells you how to: separate the people from the problem; focus on interests, not positions; work together to create options that will satisfy both parties; and negotiate successfully with people who are more powerful, refuse to play by the rules, or resort to "dirty tricks.
The Ask is a complete resource for teaching anyone - experienced in fundraising or not - how to ask individuals, in person, for a contribution to a local nonprofit, a special event, or a community project, as well as for an enhanced annual gift, a major or planned gift, or a challenging capital campaign gift. This book offers fundraising professionals an invaluable resource for learning the techniques of effective communication with donors in a fast-changing environment. Based on actual experiences, this is the story of a stressed Executive Director who tries everything to move his fundraising to the next level.
He thought he knew all about relationships-until things suddenly took a downturn. He needed some answers quickly. He got them from an unexpected source. If you want to change the world, you'll have to read Inspired Philanthrophy. Tracy Gary and Melissa Kohner show you how social change happens. No matter how much or little you have to give, you'll learn how to create a giving plan that will make your charitable giving catalytic. Then, through clear text and sustantive exercises, you'll learn how to align your giving with your deepest values - to help bring about the very changes you want.
In Planned Giving board members will discover how to tap this fundraising potential, including information on how to: establish long term financial objectives; identify and educate likely donors; create customized appeals for individual prospects; help potential donors make substantial contributions. Written for individual board members as well as board chairs, development committee chairs, and chief executives, this book presents ways to motivate and empower board members so they whole-heartedly involve themselves in fundraising activities.
Written by a sterling group of experts for their nonprofit peers, this book supplies all types of nonprofit organizations with the best strategies for navigating the ever-changing world of fundraising on the internet.
Truly international in its examples, research, advice, and knowledge, this book is rich with avenues and ideas about approaching prospective givers - and generous with cross-cultural tips about conducting cultivation and solicitation in various countries. Capital Campaigns will help readers to establish a goal, bring focus to fundraising efforts, and increase the understanding of all people involved.
This book will provide board members and executives with guidelines to make informed decisions throughout the entire process, and empower them to conduct a successful campaign. This book explores how to utilize prospect research strategies to boost fundraising success and strengthen donor relationships. Inside, you'll find a comprehensive review of predictive statistical modeling, annual and planned giving programs, and privacy standards.
Organizations employ varied prospect research approaches and rely on the different types of giving programs, so it is important to understand how you can develop the most effective mix of fundraising efforts for your organization. With practical examples and success stories, this book will get you on your way.
Fund Raising Realities tells board members of nonprofit organizations everything they need to know to raise real money Developing an endowment action program.
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Marketing the program and enlisting the board's help. Identifying likely donors and conducting personal visits. Establishing benchmarks and measuring success. This book gives you a clearer understanding of your duties and responsibilities as a member of a nonprofit organization and helps you master the administrative skills so crucial to its effectiveness.
What's more, this book combines both theory and practice to present scores of high-caliber management techniques that can turn any organization into a highly successful one. This book explores if, when, and how to use planned giving as part of your fundraising strategy. Implemented correctly, a planned giving program can help you dramatically increase your fundraising results, but without the proper goals, tools, and policies in place, you could actually do more harm than good.
This book, filled with useful tips and practical examples, will show you the "dos and don'ts" associated with building your own successful and well integrated planned giving program. The Generosity Factor is a powerful and visionary parable for every man or woman who senses that there's more to life than getting more.
You can read this book in a few hours, but the wisdom you'll obtain will last-and shape you-for a lifetime. This is a must-have guide, developed specifically to help nonprofit managers and advisers harness the lastest trends and developments in nonprofit law. Presented in a convenient question and answer format, Essential Nonprofit Law Questions Answered offers real world solutions to the most common challenges facing nonprofit organizations.
This expert guide equips you with all the critical information and know-how you will need to succeed, thrive, and protect your nonprofit's tax-exempt status, and avoid the many law traps that are out there. The Nonprofit Legal Landscape serves as a map to steer nonprofit leaders through this legal maze - guiding them to be proactive and ask the right questions in order to avoid legal problems, and teaching them how to manage such tribulations if they have already been born.
The Greater Good focuses our attention squarely on the money trail of the American dream. It's not that Americans have been generous because we're rich, she argues; we're rich because we have been generous. Philanthropists invest in people, property, and ideas long before businesses or the government come into the picture, and they play a crucial role in sustaining the fragile balance between capitalism and democracy. The Perfect Gift aims to cultivate and enlighten our philanthropic imagination.
It addresses us all as present and futre philanthropists-as human beings who give, serve, and seek to promote the well-being of others. It suggest that we are continually confronted with choices about giving, and offers literary selections intended to help us reflect more seriously on these choices. This book is written as a primer on nonprofit organizations. It is not designed to provide an in-depth analysis on any particular point, but to give the reader an overview of the subject.
A comprehensive best-practics approach to developing multiple strategies for using the internet to boost your nonprofit's success. Fundraising expert Kay Sprinkel Grace presents her internationally field-tested core beliefs, principles, and strategies for developing long-term relationships with donor-investors and volunteers. Share in the wisdom and experience that have helped countless nonprofit organizations grow their base of support and go beyond fundraising into true donor and fund development.
Learning how to utilize and invest reserves to take advantage of the possibilities in the 21st century investment climate is imperative for nonprofit organizations. Written for nonprofit executives, staff members, and board members, this book will introduce your organization to the current investment world of hard won dollars and will involve nonprofit board members in investment planning in an unintimidating way.
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This nuts-and-bolts workbook guides nonprofit managers and boards through the budget cycle, offering practical tools for completing each step of the process. Comprehensive and easy to use, this book provides everything budgeters and non-financial managers need to prepare, approve, and implement their own budgets.
The country's most prominent journalists and nonfiction authors gather each year at Harvard's Nieman Conference on Narrative Journalism. Tell True Stories presents their best advice-covering everything from finding a good topic, to structuring narrative stories, to writing and selling your first book. More than fifty well-known writers offer their most powerful tips.
This is a practical guide for financial managers in a variety of nonprofit organizations including charities, educational and medical institutions, and religious organizations. Distinctive in its generous use of case studies, examples and illustrations, this book also distinguishes itself through its emphasis on software. This guide is based on information collected by the Nonprofit Overhead Cost Project. The goal of the project is to understand how nonprofits raise, spend, measure, and report funds for fundraising and administration, and to work with practitioners, policymakers, and the accounting profession to improve standards and practice in these areas.
This user's guide has been developed to assist individual viewers, facilitators, and volunteers or staff members who may be chairing or leading a group discussion. The user's guide is a supplement to the video and reinforces its principal points with some additional material.
This book provides a conceptual foundation for the fund raising profession. Hank Rosso's Achieving Excellence in Fund Raising examines the profession's principles, strategies, and methods and is filled with practical examples. Guided by the enduring philosophy of fund raising master Henry A.
Rosso, contributors explain the reasoning behind the planning and selection of strategies for all fund raising activities, including building your case for support, approaching donors, managing campaigns, and practicing stewardship.
Working from research conducted over 6 years with hundreds of not for profits and donors, this book paints a candid picture of why donors stop giving to organizations they once supported, and what it will take to preserve their ongoing loyalty in the future. Mark Buckshon. Getting Started with Policy Governance. Caroline Oliver. Entrepreneur Press. Auditing Your Human Resources Department. John McConnell. Managing Complex Projects. International Institute for Learning. The Everything Fundraising Book. Richard Mintzer. Dan Ward. Enterprise Project Governance. Luiz Rocha.
Supply Chain Management Demystified. John M. Improving the Performance of Government Employees. Stewart Liff. Nonprofit Mergers and Alliances. Thomas A. Selling to the Government. Mark Amtower. Jeff Russell. Brad Andrews. CEO Tools. Prospect Research for Fundraisers. Jennifer J. Fundraising When Money Is Tight. Mal Warwick. Ard-Pieter de Man. The Black Book of Outsourcing. Douglas Brown. The Annual Campaign. Erik J.
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Global Program Management. Bruce T. The Nonprofit Board Answer Book. Managing Global Supply and Risk. Robert Trent.
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Sara Wason. Bill J. The Nonprofit Fundraising Solution. Laurence Pagnoni. Franchise Management For Dummies. Michael H. Gerard Blokdijk. Internet Management for Nonprofits. Ted Hart. Information and Research Resources for Procurement Professionals. Jeanette Jones. Fundraising Essentials e-book Set. Gordon Perchthold.
Fundraising Consultants. Practical Project Management for Agile Nonprofits. Karen R. Careers in Marketing. Leslie Stair. Russo Cheryl. Are you tired of the relentless cycle of fundraising activities necessary to generate revenues for your programs? Beyond Fundraising: New Strategies for Nonprofit Innovation and Investment, Second Edition dispels these concerns and helps you: Learn how to position your organization in the community as a constructive, vital, and successful social investment Develop an investor relationship with donors and engage their values-based commitment capacity to make a difference in their communities In this revised and updated Second Edition, fundraising expert Kay Sprinkel Grace presents her internationally field-tested core beliefs, principles, and strategies for developing long-term relationships with donor-investors and volunteers.
Nonprofit Essentials: Major Gifts. Julie Walker shows you how to do it all-- find the prospects, staff the program, and ask for the money. The sidebar stories and real-world examples sprinkled throughout the book are entertaining, yet still make a point. I would buy it for the advice and keep it for the anecdotes. With in-depth advice from experienced fundraiser Julia Walker, this book takes the reader from the early stages of establishing a program through the core elements of all major gift programs: identifying and rating prospects; preparing the case; training volunteers; cultivating donors; making the ask; and providing recognition and stewardship for the gift.
Its nuts-and-bolts presentation focuses on how to create a prospect-centered program that develops the capacity to engage and solicit donors, effectively based on their unique interests and needs. This book captures the exciting potential for business and nonprofits to partner for mutual benefit and discovery. Cause marketing aligns nonprofits and businesses to combine the power of their individual brands with a company's marketing might to achieve social and shareholder value while communicating their values.
Cause Marketing for Nonprofits changes the way nonprofits view and execute cause marketing programs. It provides a wealth of hands-on, practical experience that can benefit any nonprofit organization interested in this innovative and growing form of generating revenue, building profile and achieving mission. No nonprofit can afford to ignore the contents of this important new book, the first designed specifically for the sector.
Effective Donor Relations. Nonprofit Essentials: Acknowledgment, Recognition and Stewardship Part of the AFP Fund Development Series is a concise and professional guide to donor relations in a format that is accessible, lively, easy to read, and that provides in-depth advice from an expert in the field. The book guides in creating and implementing each aspect of a donor relation plan, providing recommended solutions to frequently encountered dilemmas and including sample documents, checklists, and other tools to help shape an effective program.
More related to nonprofit organization. Robert M. Written by Robert Zimmerman and Ann Lehman--leading experts in the field of fundraising and board development--Boards That Love Fundraising not only shows that all board members no matter the level of experience can learn to raise funds but also provides effective tips to the more experienced fundraisers.
Harvey Chess. Exceptional Strategy for people competing to keep their nonprofit in business. Jeremy Beer. An entertaining, informative, and eminently useful guide that draws on psychology, data, and real-world experience to explain what really drives successful fundraising. Michael A. Are you a staff member, a board member, or a volunteer of a faith-based, human service, arts, or other nonprofit organization that needs additional funds to accomplish its mission?
Are there not enough hours in the day to raise the money your agency needs? Do your colleagues not have the expertise or interest to generate the needed dollars? Do you need a quick source of practical information about ways to raise funds? Written by two of America's foremost fundraising experts, you will learn how to: Develop a clear, efficient fundraising plan.
Ask for contributions from individuals. Target businesses, foundations, and government agencies. Hold special events. Conduct a Capital Campaign. And lots more! Fundraising Principles and Practice: Edition 2.
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Adrian Sargeant. The complete guide to fundraising planning, tools, methods, and more Fundraising Principles and Practice provides a unique resource for students and professionals seeking to deepen their understanding of fundraising in the current nonprofit environment. Adopt an organized approach to fundraising planning Learn the common behaviors and motivations of donors Master the tools and practices of nonprofit fundraising Manage volunteers, monitor progress, evaluate events, and more Fundraising is the the nonprofit's powerhouse.
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