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The Art, Science, and Technology of Nonprofit Fundraising – Reality Budgeting
In this eBook, you will learn how to build a budget that will stand up to the rigors of today's highly competitive and fast-moving world.
The Art, Science, and Technology of Nonprofit Fundraising – Grant Writing Review & ProsperEvery grant proposal is an opportunity to build a relationship with the funding source. In this eBook, you will learn the principles that senior management should apply when they review each grant proposal before it is sent out. $1.99
The Art, Science, and Technology of Nonprofit Fundraising – Board Members: Getting to Know YouThe Board of Directors of every nonprofit can provide much more than oversight. Individual board members will each have their own areas of specialization and interests. This eBook describes how, by knowing what these are and by carefully tapping into them, the nonprofit can enlist board member skill and experience to… $1.99
The Art, Science, and Technology of Nonprofit Fundraising – Ask Early, Ask OftenThere is an adage in selling that if you don’t ask you don’t get. It is also the case the great salespeople ask early and often. Unfortunately, many people that run nonprofits are not great salespeople. Consequently, they find it difficult to ask. Yet, the truth is that when the… $1.99
The Art, Science, and Technology of Nonprofit Fundraising – Donor Classification & SegmentationBefore approaching any person with the idea that they should become part of your donor cadre, nonprofit development staff need to make a real effort to classify them in terms of their donor potential. In this eBook, Dr. Aylen shows how this can be achieved. $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