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There are now more than 1 million nonprofit organizations in the United States, and the fundraising industry is one of the fastest-growing segments of the economy. The Complete Guide to Fundraising Management presents step-by-step guidance on planning, self-assessment, continual improvement, cost effective fundraising strategies and much more. An accompanying website contains checklists, grids, and sample forms. Plus, the Third Edition adds a chapter on internet fundraising as well as updated statistics. Fundraising professionals will benefit from the practical advice on managing the complexities of a development office.
Stanley Weinstein, ACFRE, EMBA, is President of Stanley Weinstein & Co., specializing in the fundraising, management, and marketing needs of philanthropic organizations nationwide. With more than forty-two years of experience in the nonprofit world, he has distinguished himself as a consultant, teacher, and author. As a consultant specializing in organizational development, strategic planning, fundraising, annual, endowment, and capital campaigns, he has had the opportunity to work closely with board and staff leaders from more than 300 nonprofit organizations nationwide. His campaigns have resulted in numerous major gifts ranging from $50,000 to $50 million. In 2006, he was named "Outstanding Fundraising Professional."
Table of Contents
|About the Author||p. xix|
|Five Major Fundraising Principles||p. 1|
|People Give to People to Help People||p. 1|
|People Give Relative to Their Means||p. 2|
|Those Closest Must Set the Pace||p. 4|
|Successful Fundraising||p. 4|
|The 80/20 Rule Is Becoming the 90/10 Rule||p. 5|
|The Need for Balance||p. 6|
|Your Organization and the Nonprofit World||p. 7|
|An Overview of the Sector-Broad Range of Services||p. 7|
|Opportunities and Challenges||p. 9|
|Working Together||p. 10|
|Importance of Strategic Management||p. 11|
|Be Sure Your Institution Is Worthy of Support||p. 14|
|Managing the Resource Development Function||p. 19|
|Analysis and Planning||p. 19|
|Effectiveness: Doing the Right Things||p. 23|
|Efficiency: Doing Things Right||p. 26|
|Budgets and Financial Resources||p. 28|
|Fundraising Modes||p. 44|
|Special Issues Related to Small and Large Operations||p. 50|
|The Case for Support and Fundraising Materials||p. 61|
|The Case Statement||p. 61|
|The Comprehensive Formal Case Statement||p. 62|
|The Case Statement Process||p. 64|
|Market-and Situation-Specific Case Statements||p. 65|
|Presentations and Presentation Materials||p. 65|
|Managing Information||p. 73|
|Record Keeping||p. 74|
|Supporting Fundraising Strategies||p. 74|
|Targeted Communications||p. 82|
|The System||p. 85|
|Establishing the Information System||p. 86|
|Prospect Identification, Research, and Segmentation||p. 93|
|The Best Prospects||p. 94|
|Prospect Research||p. 97|
|Prospect Ratings and Evaluations||p. 99|
|Know the Prospective Donor as a Person||p. 110|
|Nurturing Relationships||p. 113|
|Friendraising Activities||p. 113|
|Relationship-Building Activities Must Be Scheduled and Monitored||p. 120|
|Moves Management-Cultivating Real Relationships||p. 120|
|Donor Acknowledgment||p. 121|
|Four Parts of an Acknowledgment Program||p. 126|
|Major Gift Programs||p. 131|
|When Major Gift Strategies Are Appropriate||p. 132|
|Preparing for a Major Gifts Initiative||p. 133|
|The Solicitation Interview (How to Ask for a Major Gift)||p. 144|
|After the Solicitation||p. 153|
|Solicitation Training and Role Playing||p. 153|
|Mail and Email Fundraising||p. 157|
|Acquisition Mailings||p. 157|
|Renew and Upgrade||p. 161|
|Lapsed Donors||p. 163|
|Public Relations and Information||p. 164|
|Ensuring Success||p. 166|
|Elements of the Appeal Package||p. 167|
|Mail Lists||p. 174|
|Mail Preparation: What to Do In-House; What to Do with a Mail House||p. 177|
|Post Office||p. 180|
|Newsletters as Part of the Direct Mail Program||p. 180|
|Email and Websites||p. 181|
|Telephone Solicitations||p. 185|
|Volunteer Telephone Solicitations||p. 186|
|Professional Telephone Solicitation Campaigns||p. 197|
|Special Event Fundraisers||p. 201|
|Choosing a Special Event||p. 202|
|Implementing the Event||p. 204|
|Cause-Related Marketing||p. 207|
|What Is a Grant?||p. 214|
|Government Grants and Contracts||p. 214|
|Foundation Research||p. 217|
|Project Development||p. 221|
|The Application||p. 224|
|Acknowledgment and Reporting Requirements||p. 228|
|Planned Giving||p. 231|
|Defining Planned Giving||p. 231|
|Importance of Planned Giving||p. 231|
|Charitable Gift Instruments-Ways of Giving||p. 232|
|Donor Education and the Planned-Giving Program||p. 240|
|Endowment Fund||p. 250|
|Sample Marketing Plan for Charitable Gift Annuities||p. 251|
|Planned-Giving Societies||p. 257|
|Capital and Endowment Campaigns||p. 259|
|Requirements for a Successful Campaign||p. 259|
|Chronological Steps for Success||p. 264|
|Building Endowments||p. 279|
|Institutional Differences||p. 281|
|Campaign Organization and Structure||p. 286|
|Human Resources||p. 291|
|The Board of Directors||p. 291|
|The Resource Development Staff||p. 313|
|Working with Consultants||p. 323|
|Code of Ethics||p. 351|
|A Donor Bill of Rights||p. 352|
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