3 edition of practitioner"s guide to charity fundraising found in the catalog.
practitioner"s guide to charity fundraising
|Other titles||Charity fundraising|
|LC Classifications||KD1487 .C354 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 265 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||2004444788|
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This book is considered the standard text on writing fundraising applications. It will show you what funders are really looking for and how to give them what they want. “The best book I’ve read on fundraising applications. Indispensable.”? Rebecca Bentham, Fundraiser, Liverpool Cathedral Volunteering. The Complete Volunteer Manageme n t. The one book every serious fundraiser will need as a practical guide to what really matters in the new era of responsible fundraising. SPECIAL OFFER: buy with Ken Burnett’s Storytelling can change the world and save 20 per cent on both books. Or order just this title at the regular price here.
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