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The Changing World of Foundation Fundraising, New Challenges and Opportunities. New Directions for Philanthropic Fundraising, Number 23. J–B PF Single Issue Philanthropic Fundraising

  • ID: 2240136
  • Book
  • March 1999
  • Region: Global
  • 128 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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There are over forty thousand unique private foundations in the United States, with total assets of approximately $300 billion. As these foundations grow in number and size, it is increasingly important for grantseekers to understand their missions and modes of operation. This volume of New Directions for Philanthropic Fundraising offers insights into the changes taking place in different types of foundations, including special–purpose, regional, community, and international foundations. The authors suggest practical ways that grantseekers can improve relations with foundations, and show how grantmakers and other foundation staff enhance their effectiveness and better serve their constituents? needs through strategic planning and alliance building.
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1. A New Foundation for a New Millennium(Dorothy S. Ridings)

2. The Importance of Focus in Effective Philanthropy(Hal Harvey)

3. Regional Foundations: Boundaries and Opportunities(Neal O. Thorpe)

4. Community Foundations: Linking Donors to Communities(Alicia A. Philipp)

5. Building Alliances for Institutional Support(Jeanne L. Narum)

6. Challenges of International Grantmaking(Colin G. Campbell, Priscilla Lewis)

7. Changing Perspectives: Evolution Not Revolution(Sandra A. Glass)
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Sandra A. Glass
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