The Art, Science, and Technology of Nonprofit Fundraising – Public Speaking
In this eBook, Dr. Aylen describes how every nonprofit leader can build and implement an effective public speaking plan which will compliment and greatly help with fundraising activities.
The Art, Science, and Technology of Nonprofit Fundraising – Blacklisted!There are currently 102 known blackness sites in the world. These are employed by major corporations to identify organizations that may be sending out email spam. Such people are blacklisted and their emails do not reach their employees. In this eBook these sites are discussed together with the techniques necessary to… $1.99
The Art, Science, and Technology of Nonprofit Fundraising – FoundationsSecond only to governmental bodies, Foundations are the backbone of funding for the nonprofit industry and are often established to provide funding to nonprofits. Their charters often require them to provide certain levels of funds to nonprofits each year. That having been said, it is often the case that such organizations… $1.99
The Art, Science, and Technology of Nonprofit Fundraising – Cross TrainingIn this eBook, Dr. Aylen describes the surprising link between cross training and fundraising. He show how a well thought through and efficiently implemented program of cross-training can lead to a significant improvement to the fundraising capacity of any nonprofit. $1.99
The Art, Science, and Technology of Nonprofit Fundraising – Governance & ManagementThe Board of Directors of every nonprofit has overall authority in terms of hiring and firing of the Executive Director. However, they must not be allowed to step into the operations of the organization and take operational decisions. In this eBook, Dr. Aylen shows you how to avoid the potential conflict… $1.99
The Art, Science, and Technology of Nonprofit Fundraising – Collaborative Grant Writing and Donor AcquisitionIn this eBook, Dr. Aylen describes how to introduce the proper methodology for ensuring collaboration when people write grant applications. He shows why, for true collaboration to take place, it is necessary that all potentially relevant people are identified and brought together as a team. $1.99