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Raise More Money: The Best of the Grassroots Fundraising Journal

Kim Klein (Series Editor), Stephanie Roth (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-7879-6175-6
208 pages
August 2001, Jossey-Bass
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A collection of the best articles from past 20 years of the Grassroots Fundraising Journal offering nonprofit organizations a wealth of tips, strategies, and guidance on how to raise money.

Part of the new Kim Klein's Chardon Press Series from Jossey-Bass which focuses on providing fundraising and organizational development tools for community-based and social change organizations.
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Table of Contents

PART 1: Fundraising Principles and Philosophy.

Reflections on the Purpose, History, and Future of Philanthropy.

Ten Mistakes You Can Avoid.

The Perennial Question of Clean and Dirty Money.

PART 2: Organizational and Board Development.

When Board Members Wriggle Out of Fundraising.

Contracts with Board Members:A Working Model.

Building Multiracial Organizations.

Organizational Development: The Seven Deadly Sins.

PART 3: Planning.

How to Plan Your Fundraising Strategy.

Choosing the Right Fundraising Strategy.

Ten Ways to Get More From Your Printing Budget.

PART 4: Fundraising Strategies.

Articles on: Raising money by mail, Personal Solicitation, and Special Events.

PART 5: Fundraising as a Profession.

Why People of Color Need to be Good Fundraisers.

Why Good Fundraisers Are Never Paid on Commission...and More.
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Reviews

"When I want to know the answer to a fundraising question, or a way to motivate and teach others, I go to some of the best fundraisers in the business - whose writing appears in this amazing collection of articles from the Grassroots Fundraising Journal."(Joan Garner, Southern Partners Fund)

"This comprehensive collection has enough inspiration, know-how, and totally practical information to give any organization all the tools they need to raise all the money they need. I also appreciate the social justice perspective that informs both their theory and practice." (Abdi Soltani, Californians for Justice)

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