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How to Harness the Power of Volunteers and Board Members in Fund Development. The Volunteer Management Report

  • ID: 2561546
  • Book
  • July 2013
  • 70 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Originally published by Stevenson, Inc., this practical resource helps nonprofit organizations attract and engage volunteers and board members in fund development. It includes strategies for identifying and enlisting them in fund development efforts, keeping them engaged and motivated, communication, training and more.

Important topics covered include:

  • Expand opportunities for involvement
  • Advice for enlisting volunteer solicitors
  • Board member responsibilities
  • Enable board members to make asks
  • Get your board to assume responsibility for annual gifts
  • Volunteer education
  • Team solicitation
  • Major gift solicitation
  • Business advisory councils
  • Inspire board members
  • Cultivate neighborhood ambassadors
  • Planned gifts committees
  • Development committee chairs
  • Former board members
  • High–powered volunteers
  • Volunteer recognition
  • Donor involvement
Please note that some content featured in the original version of this title has been removed in this published version due to permissions issues.
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Scott C. Stevenson
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