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Tiny Essentials Of Donor Loyalty

Author: Adrian Sargeant
ISBN: 9780955399336
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In just 73 pages this little book tells you all you need to know about donor loyalty. All fundraisers want loyal donors and lots of them. But why? What benefits do really loyal donors bring? How do we find them, develop them and what will it cost? What are the pitfalls and how do we avoid those? How do we make the most of all opportunities, so that our donors stay supporting us for longer and get more out of it? These and many other questions all crowd together when fundraisers seek to address what professor Adrian Sargeant describes as, 'the single biggest challenge facing our sector today' - building donor loyalty. Luckily leading expert professor Sargeant has crammed into this tiny book all of the key essentials that fundraisers should consider if they would aspire to developing really loyal donors.

The 11 Questions Every Donor Asks And The Answers All Donors Crave

Author: Harvey McKinnon
Publisher: Emerson & Church, Publishers
ISBN: 9781889102375
Size: 53.19 MB
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Harvey McKinnon is a veteran fundraiser and a marvelous wordsmith. He's produced a beautifully polished gem, with real-life stories that unerringly hit their mark, like an arrow piercing the center of a bulls-eye. They say a donor's objections are your best friends. Well, they're not, not if you don't know the questions and, of course, the answers. So get ready for a lively adventure into the mind of a donor. You've got the best tour guide I could imagine. Book jacket.

Relationship Fundraising

Author: Ken Burnett
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780787966812
Size: 55.19 MB
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Internationally acclaimed fundraising consultant Ken Burnett has completely revised and updated his classic book Relationship Fundraising to offer fundraising professionals an invaluable resource for learning the techniques of effective communication with donors in the twenty-first century. Filled with illustrative case histories, donor profiles, and more than two hundred action points, this groundbreaking book shows fundraisers how to Implement creative approaches to relationship-building fundraising Avoid common fundraising errors and pitfalls Apply the vital ingredients for fundraising success Build good relationships through marketing Achieve a greater understanding of their donors Communicate effectively with donors--using direct mail, the press, television, the telephone, face-to-face contact, and more. Prepare for the challenges of twenty-first century fundraising

The Givers

Author: David Callahan
Publisher: Knopf
ISBN: 1101947055
Size: 29.80 MB
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An inside look at the secretive world of elite philanthropists--and how they're quietly wielding ever more power to shape American life in ways both good and bad. While media attention focuses on famous philanthropists such as Bill Gates and Charles Koch, thousands of donors are at work below the radar promoting a wide range of causes. David Callahan charts the rise of these new power players and the ways they are converting the fortunes of a second Gilded Age into influence. He shows how this elite works behind the scenes on education, the environment, science, LGBT rights, and many other issues--with deep impact on government policy. Above all, he shows that the influence of the Givers is only just beginning, as new waves of billionaires like Mark Zuckerberg turn to philanthropy. Based on extensive research and interviews with countless donors and policy experts, this is not a brief for or against the Givers, but a fascinating investigation of a power shift in American society that has implications for us all.

One Bad Apple

Author: Sheila Connolly
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780425223048
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While renovating the Massachusetts colonial house her mother inherited to sell it quickly for a share of the profits, Meg Corey unexpectedly becomes enamored of the house and orchard, until she stumbles upon the dead body of her ex-boyfriend floating in her new septic tank. Original.