Fundraising for Social Change. 7th Edition

  • ID: 3644034
  • Book
  • 448 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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PRAISE FOR FUNDRAISING FOR SOCIAL CHANGE

"People love Kim′s fundraising wisdom and her keen ability to connect fund development with what matters in our communities. I always recommend Fundraising for Social Change to organizations in need of a book with ideas they can use right away as well as information about how to build a successful long–term fundraising program."
Steve Lew, senior projects director, CompassPoint Nonprofit Services

"I used Fundraising for Social Change as a textbook for my class for many years and often recommend it to grassroots organizations as a primer for developing a fundraising strategy. Kim′s years of experience and her own broad knowledge of the field give the book heft and credibility. Her pragmatism and sense of humor make it readable and engaging."
Maria Mottola, executive director, New York Foundation

"The information and inspiration we have received from Kim Klein′s books have been key to our grassroots fundraising efforts. Some people go back to Proust; I go back to her specifics about how to write a fundraising plan that actually works!"
Bob Fulkerson, state director, Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada (PLAN)

"Kim makes me a believer again whenever I am in her presence be it through her spoken or written word. While she provides the basics of raising money in an accessible form, what I truly value is the deep sense of purpose she reawakens in me as a fundraiser–activist."
Miguel Gavaldón, fundraising coach and trainer, Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training

"Kim Klein′s Fundraising for Social Change was the first fundraising book I ever owned, many editions ago, and remains the most comprehensive, practical, and accessible resource for grassroots fundraisers. Reading this book is like having a smart, loyal friend whispering in your ear, ′Yes, you can do this. Here′s how.′"
Andy Robinson, author, Train Your Board (and Everyone Else) to Raise Money

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Online Content xiv

Acknowledgments xv

Introduction to the 7th Edition xvii

About The Author xix

Part One What′s New, What′s Hot, What′s Over, What′s Not 1

1 Nonprofits and the Money They Raise 3

2 Creating a Fundraising Philosophy 15

3 Be Clear About What the Money Will Do 19

4 What You Have to Understand to Begin Fundraising 29

5 The Importance of a Good Board of Directors 35

Part Two Ask Them, Thank Them, Ask Them Again 51

6 Financial Needs and Fundraising Strategies 53

7 Thank Before You Bank 65

8 Getting Comfortable with Asking 75

9 Ask a Real Prospect 83

10 How to Ask 93

11 Strengthening Relationships by Creating Categories of Donors 105

Part Three Strategies for Acquisition and Retention 113

12 Multi–Channel Fundraising 115

13 What Successful Mass Appeals Have in Common 119

14 Direct Mail 129

15 Online Fundraising 151

16 Using the Telephone 163

17 Special Events 181

18 Establishing Voluntary Fees for Service 195

19 Door–to–Door and Street Canvassing 203

20 Opportunistic Fundraising 213

Part Four Inviting Current Donors to Make Bigger Gifts 219

21 Building Major Donor Programs 221

22 Setting Up and Maintaining Recurring Donor Programs 235

23 Legacy Giving 243

24 Setting Up an Endowment 257

Part Five Using a Campaign Strategy for Raising Large Amounts of Money 267

25 What All Large Campaigns Have in Common 269

26 Raising Money for Capital 277

27 Endowment Campaigns 287

28 Conducting Feasibility Studies 291

Part Six Budgeting and Planning 295

29 Developing a Budget 297

30 Creating a Fundraising Plan 307

31 The Perennial Question of Clean and Dirty Money 317

32 What to Do in Case of Financial Trouble 321

Part Seven Fundraising Management 325

33 Infrastructure for Fundraising 327

34 Hiring a Development Director 335

35 Using a Consultant, Coach, Mentor, or Trainer 345

36 Dealing with Anxiety 353

Part Eight You the Fundraiser 357

37 Know What You Need to Know 359

38 Working with Your Executive Director 367

39 Working with Volunteers 375

40 When You Encounter Ethical Dilemmas 383

Part Nine Special Circumstances 389

41 Raising Money in Rural Communities 393

42 Fundraising for a Coalition 403

43 When No One Is Paid 409

44 When You Are Just Starting Out 415

Index 419

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KIM KLEIN is an internationally known fundraising trainer and defining figure in the field of grassroots fundraising. A tireless supporter of organizations with small budgets working for social justice, she is the author of five books, including the award–winning Reliable Fundraising in Unreliable Times.

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