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GRANTS AND RELATED RESOURCES
Grantsmanship Techniques : F Titles

This bibliography lists books and videos available in the Michigan State University library collections. It is intended as a starting point for those who are interested in learning more about foundations, fundraising, proposal writing, nonprofit organizations, nonprofit organization administration, government funding, planned giving, prospect research, and voluntarism.

Want to find even more books on how to prepare grant proposals and related topics? Try searching the MSU Libraries Online Catalog.

Recommended subject headings include:
  • Arts fund raising
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations
  • Promotion of special events
  • Charities
  • Proposal writing for grants
  • Church fund raising
  • Proposal writing in education
  • Corporations -- charitable contributions
  • Proposal writing in medicine
  • Direct mail fund raising
  • Proposal writing in research
  • Educational fund raising
  • Proposal writing in the social sciences
  • Endowments
  • Research grants
  • Fund raisers (persons)
  • Telephone fund raising
  • Fund raising
  • Voluntarism
  • Library fundraising
  • Volunteers
  • Also note that the various books and videos listed in this bibligraphy are assigned subject headings which you can try as well.

    What if you don't have access to the Michigan State University Main Library? Many of these same books and videos are available in other libraries around the country. If they are not available in your library, ask about interlibrary loan.


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    Video Titles Only


    FACETS OF FUNDRAISING, VOLUME I, see HOW TO WRITE A WINNING FOUNDATION PROPOSAL (VIDEOCASSETTE).

    FAITH-BASED GRANTS : ALIGNING YOUR CHURCH TO RECEIVE ABUNDANCE. Beverly A. Browning. Buckeye, Az. : BBA, 2005. 165pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV530 .B767 2005
    The book was written to guide churches and other ministry groups how to position themselves to receive what remains of the Federal faith-based grantmaking initiative—in other words, "How to get a piece of the pie before the pie is gone." In 168 pages of detailed information, the author guides readers on how to conduct an organizational needs assessment; strategic funding plan; file for a separate IRS nonprofit status (application form and guidelines are appended); create community partnerships, and more! Remember, the author is a grant writer, so in Chapter 8: Writing Right is where she shares her expertise in this area. In all, this 10-chapter workbook is a great self-guiding tool for faith-based groups.
    [Proposal writing for grants]
    [Church fund raising]

    FAITH-BASED INITIATIVES AND THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY
    see the book section of Religious Fundraising.

    FAITH-BASED MANAGEMENT: LEADING ORGANIZATIONS THAT ARE BASED ON MORE THAN JUST MISSION
    see the book section of Religious Fundraising.

    FAMILY FOUNDATION LIBRARY: FAMILY ISSUES, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    FAMILY FOUNDATION LIBRARY: GOVERNANCE, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    FAMILY FOUNDATION LIBRARY: GRANTMAKING, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    FAMILY FOUNDATION LIBRARY: MANAGEMENT, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    FAMILY FOUNDATIONS : A PROFILE OF FUNDERS AND TRENDS, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    FEARLESS FUND RAISING FOR NONPROFIT BOARDS. G. Worth George. Washington, D.C. : National Center for Nonprofit Boards, 2003. 32pp. Funding Center (1 East)HV41.2 .G46 2003
    Provides specific choices and instructions to encourage once-reluctant board members to become active fund raisers. Board chairpersons, development committee heads, chief executives, or other board members interested in increasing board involvement in fund raising will find that the booklet outlines the board's role in fund raising, suggests positive ways to motivate and involve board members, and lists a wide variety of specific fund raising activities. Contains a checklist of 40 specific fund raising activities that range from basic to sophisticated.
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- United States -- finance]

    FEDERAL GRANTS : A BASIC HANDBOOK. Kathryn Mohrman. Washington, D.C. : Association of American Colleges, Federal Resources Advisory Service, 1977. 47pp. Remote Storage B LB2342 .M58
    A basic guide to the process of getting federal money for individual research projects, institutional activities, curriculum development, or other programs in higher education.
    [Federal Aid to Higher Education]

    FESTIVAL AND SPECIAL EVENT MANAGEMENT. Ian McDonnell, Johnny Allen, and William O'Toole. Milton, Qld. : [Chichester?] : Wiley, 2002. 416pp. Funding Center (1 East) GT3406.A8 F48 2002
    This Australian content-based book provides anyone involved in event management with an introduction to the principles associated with planning, managing and staging festivals and special events. This book presents the study of festival and special event management, introducing readers to the concepts of festival and event planning, management, stage and logistic management, the importance of marketing and promotion, and event evaluation and reporting.
    [Festivals]
    [Special events]
    [Promotion of special events]

    FIELD GUIDE TO LEADERSHIP AND SUPERVISION FOR NONPROFIT STAFF. Carter McNamara. Minneapolis, Minn. : Authenticity Consulting, 2003. 206pp. Funding Center (1 East) HD62.6 .M364 2002
    Until now, it has been very difficult to find a useful publication that deals with the many day-to-day, real-world challenges faced by nonprofit leaders and supervisors. This comprehensive guide is customized particularly to the real world of the nonprofit Executive Director and other leaders and supervisors among nonprofit staff. Guidelines are written in an easy-to-implement style, resulting in a highly practical resource that is useful at any time in the life of a nonprofit organization. Guidelines show you how to lead from a plan-based, systems view of the nonprofit organization and its programs; effectively work with nonprofit Boards of Directors; lead and manage yourself, including how to avoid burnout; hire, train and retain the best employees; and ensure all staff and volunteers contribute directly to achieving the goals of the nonprofit organization. The guide also shows you how to detect and address Founder's Syndrome.
    [Nonprofit organizations -- management]

    FIELD GUIDE TO NONPROFIT PROGRAM DESIGN, MARKETING, AND EVALUATION. Carter McNamara. Minneapolis, Minn. : Authenticity Consulting, 2003. 252pp. Main Library Stacks HG4027.65 .M363 2002
    To effectively design a program, you must have clear understanding of the program's clients and their needs to be met by the program. That understanding comes from conducting an effective marketing analysis. To effectively advertise and promote a program, you must have clear understanding of the program's clients, their needs and their habits, along with the benefits of the program to the clients. To effectively evaluate a program, you must have clear understanding of the program's goals and intended outcomes, and integrate indicators of success into the program's design well before the program even starts operating. Thus, the activities of program design, marketing and evaluation are highly integrated and should be treated as such, ideally in one comprehensive publication (like this one), rather than across several. This guidebook provides clear, concise and comprehensive guidelines for all critical aspects of designing, marketing and evaluating a nonprofit program. Guidelines are written in an easy-to-implement style, resulting in a highly practical resource that can be referenced at any time during the life of a nonprofit program.
    [Nonprofit organizations--planning]
    [Nonprofit organizations--management]
    [Evaluation research (social action porgrams)]

    FIELD GUIDE TO NONPROFIT STRATEGIC PLANNING AND FACILITATION. Carter McNamara. Minneapolis, Minn. : Authenticity Consulting, 2003. 284pp. Funding Center (1 East) HD62.6 .M363 2003
    PART I of the guidebook includes guidelines to help the reader gain clear understanding of the strategic planning process, including how it guides the direction, structure and operations of all facets of nonprofit organizations. Ultimately, from reading this section, the reader realizes the importance of customizing the strategic planning process to suit the nature and needs of the typical nonprofit organization.
    PART II includes complete, step-by-step guidelines to customize a strategic planning process that is relevant, realistic and flexible. Guidelines make frequent reference to numerous practical tools and techniques spread throughout the guidebook. The planning process is divided into six overall phases, including:
    (1) Preparing a thorough "plan for a plan" to customize your strategic planning process.
    (2) Conducting realistic situational analyses, external and internal to the organization.
    (3) Establishing consensus-driven strategic direction for the organization, including meaningful mission (and vision and/or values, if preferred), goals and strategies.
    (4) Developing realistic and flexible implementation plans, including action plans, performance plans, staffing plans and an operating budget.
    (5) Developing and communicating the strategic plan document, including thorough review and approval.
    (6) Monitoring implementation and adjusting plans, including specific approaches and tools to track status of implementation, along with clearly making changes to plans as needed.
    PART III is a Toolkit for the facilitator of the nonprofit strategic planning process, whether the facilitator is internal or external to the organization. Specific procedures are included for the most useful techniques used in facilitating nonprofit strategic planning. Guidelines suggest which technique to use and when. The techniques are referenced throughout the book, as well. The section ends with numerous guidelines and tips about how to address the most common challenges that can arise during facilitation of strategic planning.
    Appendices include numerous resources for strategic planners, including:
    (1) Glossary of most common terms in strategic planning
    (2) Vast resources for nonprofits (many of them free)
    (3) Comprehensive, practical tool to conduct an internal analysis of your organization and compare results to best practices in nonprofit organizations
    (4) Quick, convenient methods to collect information from important stakeholders
    (5) Guidelines to recruit and hire a consultant, including a strategic planning facilitator
    (6) Description of the culture, designs, Board structures, cycle of operations and designs of programs in the typical nonprofit organization
    (7) Worksheets to conveniently identify and organize the most important information about all aspects of your customized strategic planning process (these worksheets are available on-line, as well)
    (8) Tools to help planners carefully analyze strategic issues and goals and then identify the most relevant and suitable strategies to address those issues and goals
    [Nonprofit organizations--finance]
    [Nonprofit organizations--management]
    [Strategic planning]

    FILTHY RICH AND OTHER NONPROFIT FANTASIES: CHANGING THE WAY NONPROFITS DO BUSINESS IN THE 90'S. Richard Steckel. Berkeley, Ca. : Ten Speed Press, 1989. 223pp. Funding Center (1 East) HD62.6 .S74 1989
    Discover the freedom of paying your own way with earned income ventures. Transform your nonprofit organization from a poor, grant-dependent, and kicked-in-your-face operation into one that is muscular and self-reliant. This book is fun and easy-to-read, with case studies and hundreds of action step you can take to improve the effectiveness of your work. If you want to jumpstart a meeting-numbed brain, this is the book.
    [Nonprofit organizations -- management]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- finance]

    FILM FINANCE HANDBOOK : HOW TO FUND YOUR FILM. Adam P. Davies and Nicol Wistreich, eds. Netribution,2007. 4568p. Funding Center (1 East) PN1995.9.P7 D38 2007
    From low budget short film schemes to multi-million dollar international co-productions, this is a vital reference guide for producers, filmmakers, financiers, and their advisors, now fully updated by 40 experts from across the globe. The practice of raising finance is addressed from the basic details to broader concepts and approaches, and information on the incentives and tax breaks offered by 50 countries is included. This resource is packed with invaluable information including details on more than 1,000 funding awards, a glossary of 400 entry film business terms, and a table of co-production treaties. Dozens of original case studies are provided as examples of successful fundraising approaches, as are interviews with such noted film personnel as Oscar-winning producer Jeremy Thomas, Paul Haggis—writer for Crash and Million Dollar Baby—and Jim Gilliam, who raised $300,000 via the web. Packed with valuable contacts, helpful ideas, and decades of experience, this is the complete guide to funding your next big hit.
    [Motion pictures -- Production and direction]
    [Motion picture industry -- Finance]

    FINANCIAL AND ACCOUNTING GUIDE FOR NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. Malvern J. Gross, Jr. Richard F. Larkin, John H. McCarthy. New York, N.Y. : John Wiley & Sons, 2000. 6th edition, 823pp. plus supplement Funding Center (1 East) HF5686.N56 G76 2000
    1995 edition available in the Gast Business Library.
    1991 edition available in the Gast Business Library.
    Provides practical and knowledgeable advice for handling the special problems that financial reporting, accounting and control, and federal and state reporting requirements present to nonprofit organizations.
    [Nonprofit organizations -- accounting]

    FINANCIAL AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. Herrington J. Bryce. San Francisco, Ca : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 2000. 776pp. Gast Business Library HD62.6 .B78 2000
    1992 edition available in the Gast Business Library.
    1985 3dition available in the Gast Business Library.
    An all-encompassing resource for everything you always wanted to know about nonprofits, their management, organization and structure. This tome has five sections totaling nineteen chapters. The five sections are:
    (1) Types of Organizations and Their Operating Rules
    (2) Financing the Organization
    (3) Controlling Organizational Costs and Risks
    94) Managing the Organization's Finances
    (5) Strategic Planning for Growth and Survival
    Also included are appendices, notes, a comprehensive suggested reading list, tables, figures, charts, sidebars, and a delightfully exhaustive index.
    [Nonprofit organizations -- management]

    FINANCIAL FIRST AID: SMART REMEDIES FOR HUNDREDS OF CURABLE MONEY AILMENTS. Mary L. Sprouse. John Wiley, 1998. Main Library HG179 .S5577 1998
    Provides practical solutions for personal finance issues.
    [Finance, Personal]

    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. Jo Ann Hankin, Alan G. Seidner, and John T. Zietlow. New York, N.Y. : John Wiley, 1998. 610pp. Gast Business Library HG4027.7 .H356 1998
    [Nonprofit organizations -- Finance]

    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS : POLICIES AND PROCEDURES. John Zietlow, Jo Ann Hankin, Alan Seidner. Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons. Inc., c2007. 590pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG4027.65 .Z54 2007
    This cash management and investment handbook for nonprofit managers helps nonprofit managers from diverse backgrounds learn to manage their organization's money. It examines traditional treasury functions including banking and cash flow and explores investment management and strategies for managing excess cash, endowment, and long-term (planned) gifts. It also examines financial management strategies that impact cash flow, including borrowing, risk management, benchmarking, and long-term planning. Addresses the needs of all types and sizes of organizations, from small religious groups and community social service agencies to major cultural institutions and colleges and universities. -- Includes a diskette with spreadsheet solutions to common financial management problems, such as interest rate calculations, basic yield calculations, financial rations and more. Revised edition of the 1998 publication.
    Nonprofit organizations -- Finance -- Management

    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR PUBLIC, HEALTH, AND NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. Steven A. Finkler. Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, 2001. 576pp. Funding Center (1 East) HJ257.2 .F555 2001
    This is one of the only texts available that addresses financial and managerial accounting within the framework of all three major areas of the public sector. Clearly written and comprehensive in its scope, Finkler's text provides the fundamentals of financial management for those pursuing careers in government, not-for-profit, and health organizations who lack a financial background. The unique and accessible presentation of the rules specific to the public sector provides the framework for students to access and apply financial information more effectively. The use of examples specific to government, health, and not-for-profit organizations makes concepts easier to grasp for students.
    [Nonprofit organizations -- finance]

    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. Richard F. Wacht. Atlanta, Ga. : Georgia State University, College of Business Administration, 1991. 2nd edition, 545pp. Gast Business Library HG4027.65 .W33 1991
    1982 edition available in the Gast Business Library.
    This book discusses the unique role of the nonprofit financial manager with special attention devoted to how this role is distinct from the for-profit role. Financial management theory and practice are also discussed in depth.
    [Nonprofit organizations -- finance]

    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN THE VOLUNTARY SECTOR: NEW CHALLENGES. Paul Palmer. London: Routledge, 2002. 304pp. Funding Center (1 East) HF5686.N56 P355 2002
    This work focuses on the distinctive aspects of financially managing the voluntary organization. While there are many similarities to the management of the private sector, in particular, financial management of small businesses, this book identifies and explains the specialist aspects of charity finance.
    [Nonprofit organizations - management]

    FINANCIAL PLANNING FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. Jody Blazek. New York : J. Wiley, c1996. 275pp. Gast Business Library HG4027.65 .B55 1996
    Provides practical, proven strategies to safeguard your nonprofit organization’s financial future. It coaches you in the essentials of financial planning and supplies easy-to-use tools, concepts, and techniques for the financial management of nonprofits of every size and type. Drawing upon her extensive experience in financial management for nonprofits, author Jody Blazek: (1) Covers major functional issues in financial planning: administration, roles and responsibilities, budgeting, asset management, and internal controls (2) Arms you with easy-to-implement processes and procedures that make financial management a more streamlined, effective process (3) Describes surefire methods for understanding, interpreting, and using financial information (4) Supplies dozens of worksheets, forms, and checklists that make it easier than ever to manage your organization’s precious financial resources
    [Nonprofit organizations -- United States -- Finance]

    FINANCIAL PRACTICES FOR EFFECTIVE FUNDRAISING. James M. Greenfield. San Francisco, Ca. : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1994. 152pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.2 .N48 1994
    Contains seven essays on the need for increased awareness of accounting practices and economic strategies that can maximize donations and improve management skills. Included are examinations of different econonometric techniques that can be used to help predict future fund-raising performance, and a study of the motivations of major donors and how their attitudes about fund-raising and administrative costs affect their giving.
    [Fundraising -- United States]

    FINANCING AMERICAN RELIGION
    see the book section of Religious Fundraising.

    FINANCING AND ACQUIRING PARK AND RECREATION RESOURCES. John L. Crompton. Champaign, Il. : Human Kinetics, 1999. 535pp. Main Library Stacks SB486.F54 C76 1999
    When John Crompton and Dennis Howard co-authored their classic book Financing, Managing and Marketing Recreation and Park Resources in 1979, they put the spotlight on a growing shortfall in park funding and discussed an array of innovative solutions. Twenty years later, continued budget cutbacks and additional service demands have made funding an even greater concern for park and recreation managers. Now Crompton has put every aspect of park and recreation financing into a comprehensive resource that will help today’s and tomorrow’s managers meet the daily challenge of "doing more with less."
    Financing and Acquiring Park and Recreation Resources is not an abstract reference destined to fill space on a shelf, but a comprehensive source book filled with real and workable solutions. It examines the forces behind decreased public spending and presents a wide range of alternative funding methods being used to bridge the gap and pay for new facilities and programs. You’ll find information on everything from the traditional mechanisms of municipal bonds and property taxes to the evolving role of donations, volunteers, sponsorships, foundations, coproduction, and public-private alliances in funding park operations.
    No other book covers so much information with such clarity and detail. Crompton has successfully rewritten the "bible" of financial problem solving for public park and recreation organizations. If there’s a way to cut costs, raise funds, form partnerships, or reevaluate assets to further the successful operation of park and recreation areas, you’ll find it in this book.
    [Parks -- United States -- finance]
    [Recreation -- United States -- finance]

    FINANCING NONPROFITS : PUTTING THEORY INTO PRACTICE. Dennis R. Young. Walnut Creek : Lanham, Md., 2007. Gast Business Library HG4027.65 .F545 2007
    Nonprofits often struggle financially, overwhelmed by the need to muster a complex combination of income streams that range from grants and government funding to gifts-in-kind and volunteer labor. Financing Nonprofits draws upon a growing body of scholarship on the economics and organizational theory of nonprofit organizations to offer a set of practically applicable principles that can guide nonprofits towards firmer financial ground. Organized under the auspices of the National Center on Nonprofit Enterprise, Financing Nonprofits is both an invaluable resource to nonprofit leaders and an ideal classroom resource for students of nonprofit finance.
    [Nonprofit organizations -- finance]

    FIND THE FUNDS: A NEW APPROACH TO FUNDRAISING RESEARCH. Chris Carnie. London : Directory of Social Change, 2000. 160pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG4027.65 .C37 2000
    How to' guide on finding funds Includes sources list and appendix of photocopiable charts.
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations - finance]

    FINDERS KEEPERS : LESSONS I'VE LEARNED ABOUT DYNAMIC FUNDRAISING. Jerold Panas. Chicago, Il. : Bonus Books, 1999. 280pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.9.U5 P35 1999
    Putting the donor's needs and interests first is the best way to land a big charitable donation. In 14 chapters, Mr Pans takes aim at the fund-raising methods he finds ineffective and relates personal anecdotes to convey what he calls a "you-can't-miss" philosophy to winning gifts.
    [Fund raising -- United States -- handbooks, manuals, etc.]


    FINDING FUNDING : GRANTWRITING FROM START TO FINISH, INCLUDING PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND INTERNET USE. Ernest W. Brewer, Charles M. Achilles. Thousand Oaks, CA : Corwin Press, c2008. 5th ed. 393pp. Funding Center (1 East) LB2342.4.U6 B74 2008
    Grantwriting can be frustrating and exasperating, or it can be a fulfilling part of the school funding process. In this fifth edition of their bestseller, nationally-recognized experts Ernest W. Brewer and Charles M. Achilles put their $150 million in grantwriting experience to work for all educators. An in-depth resource with an easy-to-understand format, Finding Funding brings the reader up-to-date with 120 newly researched Web sites to help grant seekers be more efficient and effective at writing successful government, foundation, and private grants. The authors focus on four main phases of grantwriting and administration: exploring grants, writing proposals, implementing programs and managing acquired funds, and closing out funded projects. Their winning formula can help you surpass the competition by:
    (1) Finding people and organizations with money
    (2) Targeting proposals effectively
    (3) Meeting the requirements of funding agencies to obtain the funding you need
    This comprehensive guide offers educators and administrators proven ideas, resources, and valuable data to use in finding grant money for schools, community agencies, districts, or even classrooms!
    [Educational fund raising -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Proposal writing in education -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Federal aid to education -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Government aid to education -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FINDING FUNDING: GRANTWRITING FROM START TO FINISH, INCLUDING PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND INTERNET USE. Ernest W. Brewer. Thousand Oaks, Ca. : Corwin, Sage, 2001. 4th edition, 383pp. Funding Center (1, East) LB2825 .F522 2001
    3rd or 1998 edition available in Funding Center.
    Grant money is always available--if you know where to look and how to get it. Written primarily for teachers and school administrators. Table of contents: Unraveling the mystique in grant applications -- How to explore grant possibilities in education -- Using the Federal Register (FR) and the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) -- Using the catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) -- Using the internet to access funding resources -- What are the components of a project proposal? -- Writing a proposal -- Reviewing a funded proposal -- Understanding how grants are awarded -- The players and their roles in the process -- Implementing a funded project -- Understanding EDGAR -- Understanding site visits and audits -- Closing out a project.
    [Proposal wriitng in education]
    [Federal Aid to Education]

    FINDING FUNDING : THE COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO GRANT WRITING. Daniel M. Barber. Long Beach, Cal. : Bond Street Publishers, 2002. 287pp. plus floppy disk. Main Library Stacks HG177.5.U6 B37 2002; computer disc available in VVL/DMC.
    1994 edition available in Funding Center (1, East)
    The essential "How-To" resource for Finding Funding from government, foundations, and corporations is now bigger and better. This new edition builds on the basics that have helped thousands of individuals, community based and nonprofit organizations, schools and government prepare winning grant proposals. This book includes a full glossary of terms and a computer diskette with hundreds of funding sources, sample letters, budgets and templates for every element of a grant proposal.
    [Proposal writing for grants]

    FIREWORKS, BRASS BANDS, AND ELEPHANTS : PROMOTIONAL EVENTS WITH FLAIR FOR LIBRARIES AND OTHER NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. Louise Condak Liebold. Phoenix, Ar. : Oryx Press, 1986. 135pp. Funding Center (1 East) Z716.3 .L54 1986
    Features case histories of special events and promotions. Describes a wide range of events, charities you may want to choose from, and discusses promotion, design of promotional materials, and publicity techniques.
    [Nonprofit organizations -- management]
    [Promotion of special events]

    FIRST LEGAL ANSWER BOOK FOR FUND RAISERS. Bruce R. Hopkins. New York, N.Y. : John Wiley & Sons, 2000. 287pp. Gast Business Library KF1389.5.Z9 H66 2000
    As the competition for dollars grows increasingly intense, managers and fund raisers need to know on how to work with business law. This book looks at different legal strategies that fund raisers can use to optimize their return without jeopardizing their exempt status or donors' good will.
    [Fund raising -- law and legislation -- United States]

    FIRST STEPS IN STARTING A FOUNDATION, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    FIRST TIME GRANTWRITER'S GUIDE TO SUCCESS. Cynthia Knowles. Thousand Oaks, Ca. : Corwin/Sage, 2002. 137pp. Funding Center (1 East) LC243.A1 K56 2002
    This toolkit covers the elements of the proposal package, writing style, budget development, and other aspects of completing the application for grants from government and private sources. Includes glossary.
    Also listed under Academic Fundraising.
    [Educational fund raising -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Proposal writing for grants -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FISCAL SPONSORSHIP : 6 WAYS TO DO IT RIGHT. Gregory L. Colvin. San Francisco, Ca. : Study Center Press, 1993. 82pp. Gast Business Library KF1388 .C64 1993
    Intended for use by non-profit organizations, foundations, and public-interest accountants and lawyers. Describes six situations in which foundations, corporate donors, and other contributors can make tax-exempt contributions to non-exempt charitable projects. The project finds a "fiscal sponsor" with 501(C)(3) status to receive the funds and pass them on to the person or group.
    [Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations]

    FISTFULS OF DOLLARS: FACT AND FANTASY ABOUT CORPORATE CHARITABLE GIVING, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    FIVE STRATEGIES FOR FUNDRAISING SUCCESS: A MISSION-BASED GUIDE TO ACHIEVING YOUR GOALS. Mal Warwick. San Francisco, Ca. : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1999. 208pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.2 .W355 2000
    This entirely new approach to fundraising strategy shows nonprofits how to make mission-based decisions on what their fundraising goals should be, and how to select, implement, and stick to the right strategies to meet those goals. Warwick introduces his revolutionary "Five Fundamental Fundraising Strategies" approach. The five strategies-Growth, Involvement, Visibility, Efficiency, and Stability (GIVES)- are directly linked to specific fundraising goals. This book shows readers how to choose a primary strategy that will drive both long-term fundraising planning, and day-to-day fundraising activities.
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit Organizations -- finance]

    FOR A GOOD CAUSE? : HOW CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS BECOME POWERFUL ECONOMIC BULLIES. John Hawks. Secaucus, N.J. : Carol Publishing, 1997. 240pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV91 .H395 1997
    Non-profit organizations need to be held to greater public scrutiny. After examining some recent scandals, the author suggests possible reforms such as toughening the criteria for awarding tax exemption.
    [Nonprofit organizations -- United States]
    [Charities -- United States]

    FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL : A HISTORY OF PHILANTHROPY IN MICHIGAN, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries


    FORCES FOR GOOD : THE SIX PRACTICES OF HIGH-IMPACT NONPROFITS. Leslie R. Crutchfield and Heather McLeod Grant. San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 2007. 336pp. Main Library Stacks HD62.6 .C78 2008
    An innovative guide to how great nonprofits achieve extraordinary social impact. What makes great nonprofits great? Authors Crutchfield and McLeod Grant searched for the answer over several years, employing a rigorous research methodology which derived from books on for-profits like Built to Last. They studied 12 nonprofits that have achieved extraordinary levels of impact—from Habitat for Humanity to the Heritage Foundation—and distilled six counterintuitive practices that these organizations use to change the world. This book has lessons for all readers interested in creating significant social change, including nonprofit managers, donors and volunteers.
    [Nonprofit organizations--management]
    [Leadership]

    FORCES OF CHANGE : THE COMING CHALLENGES IN HOSPITAL PHILANTHROPY. Gary J. Hubbell. Falls Church, Va. : The Association for Healthcare Philanthropy, 2004. 46pp. Funding Center (1 East) RA971.3 .H83 2004
    While some predict a coming "golden age of philanthropy", Gary J. Hubbell, senior strategist, Growth Design Corporation, in a manuscript entitled Forces of Change: The Coming Challenges in Hospital Philanthropy, published by The Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), presents a much less robust future for hospital philanthropy - especially for community hospitals. According to Hubbell, the growing commercialization of nonprofit hospitals, continuing evidence of civic disengagement, and generational characteristics are the leading forces of change that will intersect in unprecedented ways. These trends and others could lead to diminished returns on hospital fund raising.
    [Hospitals -- Finance]
    [Hospitals -- Endowments]
    [Fund raising]

    FORGING NONPROFIT ALLIANCES. Jane Arsenault. San Francisco, Ca. : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1998. 198pp. Gast Business Library HD2769.15 .A77 1998
    The writing is on the wall for many nonprofit groups that are feeling the squeeze of competition from other charities and from companies. Struggling groups will have to consider partnerships with other nonprofit organizations or businesses to avoid shutting down. Includes a 14-step plan for initiating a partnership.
    [Nonprofit organizations]

    FOSTERING VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR: PLANNING, INITIATING, AND MANAGING VOLUNTARY ACTIVITIES. Jeffrey L. Brudney. San Francisco, Ca. : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1990. 243pp. Funding Center (1 East) Main Library Stacks HN90.V64 B78 1990
    [Voluntarism -- United States -- Management]

    FOUNDATION CENTER'S GUIDE TO GRANTSEEKING ON THE WEB. New York, N.Y. : Foundation Center, 2003. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.2 .F68 2003
    2001 edition available in Funding Center (1, East)
    1998 edition available in Funding Center (1, East)
    Provides information on hundreds of grant makers with a presence on the Internet. Also examines online databases where users can search for prospective donors; sites operated by philanthropy-related organizations; and online publications that cover philanthropy
    [Fund raising -- Computer network resources -- Directories]
    [Endowments -- Computer network resources -- Directories]

    FOUNDATION CENTER'S GUIDE TO PROPOSAL WRITING. Jane C. Geever. New York, N.Y. : Foundation Center, 2007. 5th edition, 271pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG177.5 .U6 G44 2004
    2004 or 4th edition available.
    2001 edition available.
    1997 edition available.
    1993 edition available.
    2001 Spanish edition available.
    This essential Guide for grantseekers has been fully updated with new content, incorporating the results of recent interviews with 40 grantmakers across the nation and revealing their priorities in reviewing proposals. Author Jane C. Geever outlines the entire proposal-writing process and includes pre-proposal planning tips. A new chapter focuses on crafting an outcome-based assessment of funded projects. A complete model proposal is included in the appendix.
    [Proposal writing for grants -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FOUNDATION CENTER'S GUIDE TO WINNING PROPOSALS. New York, N.Y. : Foundation Center, 2003. 353pp. Funding Center (, East) HV41.9 .U5 F67 2003
    Features 20 grant proposals that have been funded by some of today's most influential grantmakers. Each proposal - reprinted in its entirety - includes a critique by the program officer, executive director, or other funding decision-maker who funded the proposal. Now you can find out what convinces these decision makers to say "yes!" The accompanying commentary points to the strengths and weaknesses of each proposal and provides insights into what makes some proposals more successful than others. To represent the diversity of nonprofits throughout the country, we've selected proposals from large and small, local and national organizations, and for many different purposes, including basic budgetary support, special projects, construction, staff positions, and more. The Guide to Winning Proposals also includes letters of inquiry, budgets, cover letters, and vital supplementary documents needed to develop a complete proposal. The Guide has all the tools required to help both novice and veteran fundraisers gain a clear understanding of what it takes to develop a successful proposal.
    [Proposal writing for grants -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FOUNDATION CENTER'S GUIDE TO WINNING PROPOSALS II. Judith B. Margolin, editor ; Gail T. Lubin, assistant editor. New York, N.Y. : Foundation Center, 2005. 417pp. Funding Center (, East) HV41.9.U5 F673 2005
    The new Guide to Winning Proposals II builds on our popular Guide to Winning Proposals with 31 new proposals funded by some of the nation's most influential grantmakers. Each proposal, reprinted in its entirety, includes a critique by the decision-maker who approved the grant. We've selected proposals from large and small, local and national organizations to give you insight into what makes a successful proposal. Guide to Winning Proposals II also includes letters of inquiry, as well as supplementary documents essential to a complete proposal.
    [Proposal writing for grants -- United States -- Case studies]
    [Research grants -- United States]

    FOUNDATION CENTER'S USER FRIENDLY GUIDE. Judith M. Margolin, ed. New York, N.Y. : Foundation Center, 1996. 1996 revised edition, 40pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.9 .U5 F68
    1990, 1992, and 1994 editions also available.
    A helpful booklet answering the most commonly asked questions about fundraising. Specifically designed for novice grantseekers, this publication will lead you through the maze of unfamiliar jargon and the wide range of research guides used successfully by professional grantseekers everyday.
    [Research grants -- United States -- Information services -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FOUNDATION DIRECTORIES.
    A list of print foundation directories available in the MSU Funding Center

    FOUNDATION FUNDAMENTALS : A GUIDE FOR GRANTSEEKERS. New York, N.Y. : Foundation Center, 2004. 7th edition, 272pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.9 .U5 F686 2004
    1999 edition available in Funding Center (1 East)
    1994 edition available in Funding Center (1 East)
    1991 edition available in Funding Center (1 East)
    1986 edition available in Reference (1 East) Funding Center.
    1981 edition available in Reference (1 East) Funding Center.
    Provides an overview of the grant-seeking process from donor identification and research to grant application.
    [Research grants -- United States -- Information services]
    [Endowments -- United States -- Information services]

    FOUNDATION FUNDAMENTALS FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. New York, N.Y. : Foundation Center, 1988. Videocassette recording, VHS, 12 minutes. Funding Center Supervisor's Office HV25 .F6
    A presentation designed to give fundraisers and grantseekers a general overview of the foundation funding process and to orient them to the many resources available in Foundation Center libraries and cooperating collections. Includes step-by-step guidance on how to develop a working list of funding prospects; how to supplement the prospects list with detailed research on foundations; a reminder that other sources of funding exist, including the federal government and individual donors; and a concise eight-step outline for writing effective grant proposals. [Located in Grant Specialist's Office.]
    [Research grants -- United States -- Information services]
    [Endowments -- United States -- Information services]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- United States]

    FOUNDATION GIVING TRENDS : UPDATE ON FUNDING PRIORITIES, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    FOUNDATION GIVING : YEARBOOK OF FACTS AND FIGURES ON PRIVATE, CORPORATE, AND COMMUNITY FOUNDATIONS, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    FOUNDATION GROWTH AND GIVING ESTIMATES: ... PREVIEW, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    THE FOUNDATION HANDBOOK : A PRIVATE FOUNDATION APPROACH TO FUND RAISING AT STATE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. Donald L. Lemish. Washington, D.C. : American Association of State Colleges and Universities, 1981. 28pp. Funding Center (1 East) LB2336 .L45
    An overview of the mechanics of private fund raising -- organization, staffing, policies, and procedures -- for colleges and universities.
    Also listed under Academic fundraising
    [Endowments -- handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Universities and colleges -- finance -- handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FOUNDATION OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT SURVEY, 2004-2005. Association of Small Foundations, 2005. Funding Center (1 East) HV85 .F686
    Over 1,000 ASF members responded to this year's questionnaire, giving information on board compensation, consulting costs, salaries, investment mix, grantmaking, and much more. This collection of data is a great barometer for developing reasonable foundation practices and policies. For foundations with under $50 million in assets, this is the best survey in the country. The survey is distributed free each year to Association of Small Foundations members. Non-members may request a copy of the survey for $95; click here for an order form or call the ASF office at 301-907-3337.

    FOUNDATION PRIMER. M. Jane Williams. Ambler, Pa. : Fund-Raising Institute, 1981. 4th edition, 152pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41 .W55
    An overview on how to create a master plan, determine staff size and budget, find and use connections, and pinpoint your most profitable foundation prospects. Packed with sample forms, internal procedures, and proposal formats. Also contains a selection of successful foundation proposals.
    [Fund raising]

    FOUNDATION TRUSTEESHIP : SERVICE IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    FOUNDATION YEARBOOK : FACTS AND FIGURES ON PRIVATE AND COMMUNITY FOUNDATIONS, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    FOUNDATIONS AND EVALUATION : CONTEXTS AND PRACTICES FOR EFFECTIVE PHILANTHROPY. Marc T. Braverman, Norman A. Constantine, Jana Kay Slater, eds. ; foreword by Richard T. Schlosberg III. San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, c2004. 314pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV16 .F68 2004
    Gathered together in this unique book on evaluation and effective foundation practice are the experienced-based perspectives and measured insights of both seasoned practitioners and key philanthropic thought leaders. Foundations and Evaluation is a substantial think piece for grantmakers of any size.”--Dorothy S. Ridings, president and CEO, Council on Foundations.
    [Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations -- Evaluation]

    FOUNDATIONS, PRIVATE GIVING, AND PUBLIC POLICY: REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    FOUNDATIONS : THE PEOPLE AND THE MONEY, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    THE FRI ANNUAL GIVING BOOK. M. Jane Williams. Ambler, Pa. : Fund-Raising Institute, 1981. 240pp. Funding Center (1 East) and Gast Business Library HG177 .W53
    A book for the nonprofit organization executive, showing how to start and run an increasingly profitable program for attracting the kinds of gifts that will be repeated over and over, year after year -- annual gifts.
    [Fund raising]
    [Educational fund raising]

    FRI CAPITAL IDEAS : STEP-BY-STEP, HOW TO SOLICIT MAJOR GIFTS FROM PRIVATE SOURCES. M. Jane Williams. Ambler, Pa. : Fund-Raising Institute, 1979. 2nd edition, 318pp. Funding Center (1 East) and Gast Business Library HG177 .W54 1979
    Unlock the door to fund raising's most lucrative major gift solicitation techniques. A development expert shows you how to prepare, launch, and run a capital campaign or major gift program -- including how to recruit, draft a budget, cultivate prospects, and more. Rich in case histories, examples, an prototypes that show you how others have met multi-million dollar goals and how you can too.
    [Fund raising]

    FRI FUND RAISING LETTER COLLECTION, see FUND RAISING LETTER COLLECTION.

    FRI PHONATHON SYSTEM ORIENTATION KIT. Detroit, Mich. : The Taft Group, 1982. Folder. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.2 .F7 1982
    Contains procedures, forms, and other materials designed to help volunteers or paid callers solicit annual gifts over the phone. Materials include a call-record form, which gives information to help callers when they talk to prospective donors, a sample note of confirmation for a promised donation, and a sample contribution acknowledgment.
    [Telephone fundraising]

    FRI PROSPECT RESEARCH RESOURCE DIRECTORY. Alex Norsworthy, ed. Rockville, Md. : Fund Raising Institute, 1991. 2nd edition, 491pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.9 .U5 F73 1991
    After providing an overview on the techniques of prospect research, this volume provides descriptions of over 850 directories, 220 newsletters, 500 databases, 250 consultants, and over 600 publishers of electronic information which are useful for prospect research.
    [Fund raising]

    FRIENDRAISING : COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR BOARDS WHO HATE FUNDRAISING BUT LOVE MAKING FRIENDS. Hildy Gottlieb. Renaissance Press, 2006. 210pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.2 .G68 2006
    This no-nonsense guide shows your board (1) How to connect your organization with new friends; (2) How to engage those friends; (3) How to keep those friends; (4) And how to ask those friends for all kinds of help.

    FRINGE BENEFITS AND WORKING CONDITIONS IN NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. Crete, Il. : Abbott, Langer, and Associates, 2004. 6th edition. Funding Center (1 East0 HD4928.N62 U63378
    1999 edition also available.
    [Nonprofit organizations -- United States -- employees]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- United States -- statistics]

    FROM GRANTMAKER TO LEADER : EMERGING STRATEGIES FOR TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY FOUNDATIONS, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    FROM IDEA TO FUNDED PROJECT : GRANT PROPOSALS THAT WORK. Jane C. Belcher. Phoenix, Az. : Oryx Press, 1992. 4th edition, 138pp. Funding Center (1 East) LB2336 .B43 1992
    Provides step-by-step instructions and advice for developing grant proposals into successful grant programs. The authors explain how to locate appropriate sources of support; refine the project idea; write, test, and submit an effective proposal; administer and manage grant awards; and evaluate the program in accordance with donor expectations. Sample applications, forms and proposals, lists and addresses of government agencies, basic reference sources, and a annotated bibliography of various grant makers and sources are also included.
    [Endowments -- United States -- handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Education -- finance-- United States -- handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FROM THE TOP DOWN: THE EXECUTIVE ROLE IN VOLUNTEER PROGRAM SUCCESS. Susan J. Ellis. Philadelphia, Pa. : Energize, 1996. Rev. ed, 210pp. Funding Center (1 East) HN49.V64 E44 1996
    1986 edition also available.
    Written for executives of nonprofit organizations in which volunteers are or will be active. Presents volunteers as "nonsalaried personnel" and discusses management issues such as policy development, selection of volunteer program staff, teamwork between volunteers and employees, the value of volunteer time, and how to demonstrate executive commitment to volunteers. Appendices include list of resources and bibliography.
    [Voluntarism -- Management]
    [Personnel management]
    [Volunteers]

    FROM VISION TO REALITY: A GUIDE TO FORMING AND SUSTAINING COMMUNITY-BASED EFFORTS. New York, N.Y. : Community Resource Exchange, 1997. 240pp. Funding Center (1 East) HN90 .F76 1996
    A workbook that covers tax exemption, budgeting, fund raising, recruiting a board of directors, hiring staff members, and writing an annual report. Includes a computer disk containing a set of incorporation and budget forms, as well as a list of resources.
    [Community organization -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]


    Note: Everything starting with fund raisers, fund raising, fundraising, etc. is filed as if two words.

    THE FUND RAISER'S GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL CAMPAIGNS. Ted D. Bayley. New York, N.Y. : McGraw-Hill, 1988. 193pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.9 .U5 B39 1988
    The simple but important techniques set forth here can make the difference between a successful fund raising campaign and a failed one. Comprehensive and practical, this book shows professionals and volunteers alike how to organize, how to utilize the ten principles for successful fund-raising, how to raise money for special events, how to solicit a corporation or foundation, how to understand the critical issues of the annual campaign, how to make an effective presentation, and how to use strategies such as direct mail and planned giving.
    [Fundraising -- United States -- handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FUND RAISER'S GUIDE TO THE INTERNET. Michael Johnston. New York, N.Y.: John Wiley & Sons, 1999. 235pp. plus computer disk. Main Library Stacks and Software HV41.2 .J64 1999
    A nontechnical guide to optimizing use of the internet for nonprofit publicity and grantseeking. Includes specific recommendations for design of an effective Web presence, including how to secure online donations, interacitvity and copyright issues, Internet security, members-only areas, and using listservs. Provides numerous real-life examples. Indexed
    [Fundraising--computer network resources]
    [Nonprofit organizations--computer network resources]

    FUND RAISERS: THEIR CAREERS, STORIES, CONCERNS, AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS. Margaret A. Duronio and Eugene R. Tempel. San Francisco, Ca. : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1997. 1st edition, 221pp. Main Library Stacks HV41.9.U5 D87 1997
    One of the first books to help fund raisers examine their work environment and make smarter choices about their careers. The authors offer a view of fund raisers seldom seen, based on a three-year national study that included a survey of over 1,700 professional fund raisers and scores of personal interviews. Examines the critical issues facing the field, including: the levels of compensation and overall compensation practices; factors involved in entering and advancing in the field; the socpe, impact, and reasons for turnover in the field; issues of accountability, ethical practice, licensing, and regulation; and more.
    [Fund raisers (persons)]
    [Fund raising -- United States]

    FUND-RAISING. Irene Cumming Kleeburg. New York, N.Y. : F. Watts, 1988. 64pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG177 .K54 1988
    Briefly describes ways for a school or class within a school to raise money for various activities, such as class trips or to help charities.
    [Fund raising]
    [Money making projects for children]

    FUND-RAISING : A BASIC READER. Susan K. Nichols, ed. Washington, D.C. : American Association of Museums, 1987. 108pp. Main Library Stacks HG177 .F98 1987
    A primer on fundraising philosophy and strategy. Packed with periodical reprints from Museum News, Fund Raising Management, etc. on issues such as "Trustee Orientation", Writing Realistic Grant Budgets", and "Enchanted Evenings -- Without the Morning-After Headaches".
    [Fund raising -- museum finance -- United States]
    [Museum finance -- United States]

    FUNDRAISING ANALYTICS: USING DATA TO GUIDE STRATEGY. Joshua Burkholz. Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley, 2008. 224pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG177 .B49 2008
    Fundraising Analytics: Using Data to Guide Strategy Fundraising Analytics shows you how to turn your nonprofit?s organizational data?with an appropriate focus on donors?into actionable knowledge. The result? A vibrant, donor-centered nonprofit organization that makes maximum use of data to reveal the unique diversity of its donors. It provides step-by-step instructions for understanding your constituents, developing metrics to gauge and guide your success, and much more.
    [Fund raising]

    FUNDRAISING AND FELLOWSHIP : EXCITING FAILSAFE IDEAS FOR YOUTH. Mary Ann Zierler-Jasiak. Notre Dame, In. : Ave Maria Press, 2002. 106pp. Main Library Stacks BX2347.8.Y7 Z54 2002
    Fundraising projects and strategies that young people can use to enhance church programs. Includes worksheets and other planning documents.
    [Church fund raising]

    FUNDRAISING AND FRIENDRAISING ON THE WEB. Adam Corson-Finnerty and Laura Blanchard. Chicago, Il. : American Library Association, 1998. 122pp. Main Library Stacks Z683.2 .U6 C67 1998
    The authors, development officers at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries, delineate what they have found useful about the web over the last three years. Covers how to reap major gifts through world wide web sites, from engaging donors' interests in expensive projects to thanking them with electronic plaques. Also covers online pledges and credit-card donations. Contains description of illustrative sites. Also provides advice on how to develop one's own site and make it interactive and capable of accepting donations. Accompaning CD-ROM located in Software collection. Publisher's Descriptions and Excerpts.
    [Library fund raising -- United States -- computer network resources]
    [Electronic fund raising -- United States]

    FUND RAISING AND GRANT AID FOR VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS : A GUIDE TO THE LITERATURE. compiled by Susan Bates. London : Bedford Square Press/NCVO, 1986. 108pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.9.G7 B3 1986
    [Fund raising--Great Britain]

    FUND-RAISING AND GRANTSMANSHIP : GETTING MONEY FROM THE COMMUNITY FOR THE COMMUNITY. Tom Tenbrunsel, Lou Tomatzky, and Marian deZeeuw. East Lansing, Mich. : Michigan State University, Instructional Media Center, 1980. 242pp. Main Library Stacks HG174 .T45
    An overview of the basics of fund raising, including how to write a proposal, how to put together a direct mail package, how to solicit contributions from individuals, establishing the credibility of your organization, the multiple fund-raising approach, people give to people, etc. Includes bibliography.
    [Fund raising]
    [Grants-in-Aid]

    FUND RAISING AND MARKETING IN THE ONE PERSON SHOP : ACHIEVING SUCCESS WITH LIMITED RESOURCES. Diane L. Hodiak and Michael J. Henle . Seattle, Wa. : Development Resource Center, 2002. 4th edition, 189pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.9 .U5 2002
    2000 edition also available.
    1997 edition also available.
    With this publication, volunteers, board members, and managers of associations, non-profit organizations, foundations, and membership groups will discover abundant information. This comes as welcome news in an era of massive federal cutbacks, reductions in corporate giving, and increased competitiveness at all levels.
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- United States -- marketing]

    FUND-RAISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS : A CRITICAL ANALYSIS. Kathleen S. Kelly. Hillsdale, N.J. : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1991. 539pp. Main Library Stacks HV41.9 .U5 K45 1991
    [Fund raising]
    [Public relations]

    FUND-RAISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS : A CRITICAL GUIDE TO LITERATURE AND RESOURCES. Paul Dannelley. Norman, Ok. : University of Oklahoma Press, 1986. 145pp. Main Library Stacks HV41.2 .C4 D36 1986
    [Fund raising]
    [Public relations]

    FUNDRAISING AND RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT. Jill Muehrcke, ed. Madison, WI : Society for Nonprofit Organizations, 199? 2 volumes. Main Library Stacks HD62.6 .F860 1990z v.1
    A collection of articles from Nonprofit World.
    [Nonprofit organizations -- finance]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- management]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- planning]


    FUNDRAISING AND THE NEXT GENERATION : TOOLS FOR ENGAGING THE NEXT GENERATION OF PHILANTHROPISTS. Emily Davis. Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, c2012. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.2 .D38 2012
    Brings readers up to date on cases, research, opportunities, and challenges regarding philanthropy's next generation. Readers will learn practical strategies for cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of Gen X and Y philanthropists using new technologies and traditional tools. Fundraising and the Next Generation covers the behaviors, key characteristics, and approaches for working with philanthropists under the age of forty. In addition, other age cohorts will be discussed to provide perspective, comparison, and related strategies.
    •Includes step-by-step tools for setting up next gen technology in your organization and engaging Gen X and Y as donors
    •Features a glossary of social media terms, a list of academic resources for development and professional advancement, and an assessment toolkit
    •Defines the key characteristics of the four current generations, their habits for charitable giving, and how every development office can successfully engage them in philanthropy
    •Provides a website with additional information beyond the book
    Savvy fundraising leaders understand that successful and sustained philanthropy is not just an issue for today. Long-term planning and diversified strategies allow fundraisers to access every prospective contribution possible. Timely and relevant, Fundraising and the Next Generation brings readers up to date on cases, research, opportunities, and challenges regarding philanthropy's next generation.
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- United States -- Management]

    FUND RAISING AND THE NONPROFIT BOARD MEMBER. Fisher Howe. Washington, D.C. : National Center for Nonprofit Boards, c1988 (1990 printing). 13pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.5 .H68 1988
    NCNB governance series paper ; 3
    [Fund raisers (Persons)]
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations]
    [Directors of corporations]

    FUNDRAISING AS A PROFESSION : ADVANCEMENTS AND CHALLENGES IN THE FIELD. Lilya Wagner, ed. Jossey-Bass, 2004. 98pp. Main Library Stacks HV41.9.U5 F85 2004
    Examines progress being made in achieving professionalism in the fund-raising field. Presents current analysis on training, compensation, accountability, diversity and gender differences, and organizational team-building. New Directions for philanthropic fundraising 43.

    FUND RAISING BASICS : A COMPLETE GUIDE. Barbara Kushner Ciconte and Jeanne G. Jacob. Gaithersburg, Md. : Aspen Publishers, 2001. 2nd edition, 438pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG177 .C53 2001
    1997 edition also available.
    Provides new, up-to-date and valuable information that every beginning fundraiser needs to know. With updated case studies and real-life examples, this practical guide will continue to provide an overview of the field and give development staff, managers, and directors a platform from which to operate their fund raising programs. In addition, the new edition provides much needed information on giving trends, the available computer hardware and software for fundraisers, cost estimates and workflow timetables, and the importance of the Internet. This primer remains a must-have for anyone new to the fund raising arena.
    [Fund raising]

    FUND-RAISING BY FORMULA : STEPS TO MAKE PEOPLE GIVE. Dr. Randall P. Harrison. New York, N.Y. : Public Service Materials Center, 1984. 112pp. Main Library Stacks HG177 .H3 1984
    This revolutionary book not only tells why people and organizations give, it also provides a step-by-step process by which you can increase the level of support your institution receives in almost every important area.
    [Fund raising]

    FUND-RAISING BY PARENT / CITIZEN GROUPS. The National Committee for Citizens in Education. Columbia, Md. : The Committee, 1977. 52pp. Funding Center (1, East) LB2336 .F86
    A guide to raising money for local schools from the private sector -- individuals, foundations, and corporations.
    Also listed under Fundraising for educators.
    [Educational fund raising]

    FUNDRAISING BY PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS. Thomas H. Jeavons, ed. San Francisco, Ca. : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1995. 130pp. Main Library Stacks HV41.9 .U5 F86 1995
    Articles include:

  • "Private Funds for California's Public Schools"
  • "Public Education Funds and the American Philanthropic Tradition"
  • "Philanthropy and the American Outdoors : the National Parks"
  • "Using Private Money to Finance Public Services : The Case of the Philadelphia Department of Recreation"
  • "Raising Funds for Public Libraries : a Current Overview"
  • "Raising Funds for Public Libraries : Insights from Experience"
  • "Public Hospital Fundraising in an Era of Health Care Reform"
    New Directions for Philanthropic Fundraising no. 9.
    [Fund raising]
    [Public institutions -- United States -- finance]

    FUND-RAISING COST EFFECTIVENESS : A SELF-ASSESSMENT WORKBOOK. James M. Greenfield. New York, N.Y. : John Wiley & Sons, 1996. Main Library Stacks HG177 .G75 1996
    Provides the tools you need to measure the efficiency and effectiveness of most commonly used fund-raising methods such as direct mail, benefit events, capital campaigns, membership, donor clubs, planned giving, etc. The author introduces his unique Nine-Point Performance Index and shows how to use it. Easy-to-use spreadsheet templates and worksheets are also provided on an IBM-compatible disk available in the Library Software Collection.
    [Fund raising -- cost effectiveness]

    FUND-RAISING : EVALUATING AND MANAGING THE FUND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS. James M. Greenfield. New York, N.Y. : John Wiley and Sons, 1999. 2nd edition, 428pp. Main Library Stacks HG177 .G76 1999
    1991 edition also available.
    The author, senior vice-president for development and community relations at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, in Newport Beach, Ca., opens the book with a brief history of American philanthropy. He then presents what he calls "readiness tests" that organizations should be familiar with before starting a new fund-development program. He covers such areas as the tax treatment of nonprofit organizations, the leadership role of the board of directors, and how to size up the environment for fund-raising efforts. He then delves into bedrock fund-raising techniques, expanding and updating information found in the first edition. His instruction is geared to readers in the early stages of their fund-raising careers. He explains annual giving, direct mail, telephone soliciting, and special events, as well as grant seeking and capital campaigns. The final chapter focuses on several areas that must be mastered to manage a development office efficiently, such as budgeting, donor relations, and disclosure requirements.
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- finance]

    FUND-RAISING EVENTS : STRATEGIES AND PROGRAMS FOR SUCCESS. Ralph Brody and Marcle Goodman. New York, N.Y. : Human Sciences Press, 1988. 291pp. Main Library Stacks HV41.9 .U5 B76 1988
    A comprehensive overview of the principles and concepts that will guide your strategic thinking in organizing special events. General information on fund-raising events including the selecting, planning, promoting, implementing, and evaluating of strategies is covered, as well as managing funds and maximizing profits. The authors then describe actual events in detail to give you the confidence to carry out a particular event. Specific topics include strategies for success; maximizing profits; and communitywide, entertainment, and gambling events.
    [Fund raising]

    FUNDRAISING FEASIBILITY STUDY : IT'S NOT ABOUT THE MONEY. Martin L. Novem, ed. Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley ; Chichester : John Wiley [distributor], 2007. 288pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG177 .N68 2007
    "This in-depth and accessible collection of essays by fundraising experts goes a long way in demystifying the capital campaign feasibility study. . . . It is a must read for administrators and trustees of any charitable organization considering embarking on a capital campaign."
    [Fund raising]

    FUND-RAISING FOR ANIMAL CARE ORGANIZATIONS. Julie Miller Dowling, Ed. Washington, D.C. : Humane Society Press, 2005. 184pp. Main Library Stacks HV4763 .F85 2005
    Fund-Raising for Animal Care Organizations offers detailed, real-world advice for nonprofit humane societies, animal shelters, wildlife rehabilitation centers, and other animal care organizations seeking to expand their universe of supporters.
    [Fund raising]

    FUND RAISING FOR DUMMIES. John Mutz and Katherine Murray. Foster City, Ca. : IDG Books Worldwide, 2000. 359pp. Main Library Stacks HG177 .M88 2000
    Easy-to-use guide offering tips on conducting research on foundations, writing winning grant proposals, defining an organization's focus, using direct mail and Internet marketing, planning special fund-raising events, and building a board of directors.
    [Fund raising]

    FUND RAISING FOR DUMMIES. John Mutz and Katherine Murray. Hoboken, NJ : Wiley Publishing, Inc. c2010. 3rd edition, 366pp. HG177 .M88 2010 Online
    Fundraising For Dummies, 3rd Edition shows you how to take advantage of the latest strategies and resources available for raising money through everything from special events to online donations, in both good and bad economic times. The authors teach you how to market your organization using the most up-to-date tools and technologies available through the Internet. This expanded edition also offers information about philanthropy and tax law.
    •Contains new tips and techniques for creating materials that bring in contributions and support for the more than 1.4 million charitable and nonprofit organizations in the United States
    •Explains how to use social media to keep donors and volunteers engaged through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Web technologies
    •Covers grassroots online fundraising and how to host big events on a shoestring budget
    You'll also find tips on negotiating without alienating donors and developing long-term organizational goals. All these strategies are what makes this resource indispensable!
    [Charities--Finance]
    [Fund raising]

    FUND-RAISING FOR NONPROFIT GROUPS : HOW TO GET MONEY FROM CORPORATIONS, FOUNDATIONS, AND GOVERNMENT. Joyce Young. North Vancouver, B.C., Canada : Self-Counsel Press, 2002. 5th edition, 202pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41 .Y68 2002
    1989 edition also available.. Raising money is the most essential and also the most difficult task for any nonprofit organization. This book is a step-by-step guide for nonprofit groups that need to raise between $100,000 and $5 million annually. Explaining in detail the process of fundraising, this comprehensive 5th Edition has been expanded and updated to include fundraising through telemarketing and the Internet. With new samples and examples, it tells you how to raise a lot more money for less effort, and answers the following questions: Who gives money to nonprofit organizations? Which potential funder is best to approach for your organization? How do you prepare a funding proposal? What kind of direct mail requests will work and how do you prepare them? Should your organization try telephone fundraising? How is it done?
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- United States -- finance]

    FUND-RAISING FOR NONPROFIT INSTITUTIONS. Sandy F. Dolnick, ed. Greenwich, Conn. : JAI Press, Inc., 1987. 268pp. Main Library Stacks HG177.5 .U6 F85 1987
    Partial contents include essays on "The Role of Marketing in Fundraising", "How to Assess Your Community", "A Primer on Federal Assistance Grants", "The Foundation Connection", "Is a Retail Business For You?", and "Volunteers and Friends". Includes ten case studies involving a museum, PBS, symphony leagues, and large and small libraries. The procurement of private funds is becoming increasingly important for all kinds of libraries.
    [Fund raising -- Canada]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- Canada -- finance]

    FUNDRAISING FOR NONPROFITS. P. Burke Keegan. HarperCollins, 1994. 240pp. Main Library Stacks HG177.5.U6 K44 1994
    Fundraising is central to all nonprofit organizations, yet few do it well, primarily because they see themselves and the communities they serve as adversaries rather than partners. This book shows these groups how to establish better relations with their communities and raise more money for their causes.
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- United States -- finance]

    FUNDRAISING FOR SOCIAL CHANGE. Kim Klein. San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, 2007. 5th edition, 527pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.9.U5 K57 2007
    2001 editionavailable.
    1994 edition available.
    1988 edition available.
    1985 edition available.
    Provides hands-on, specific, and accessible fundraising techniques geared to nonprofits with budgets of less than $1 million that want to raise money from the biggest source of donations – individuals. Expanded chapters on how to ask for money, plan and conduct major gifts campaigns, use direct mail effectively, conduct capital and endowment campaigns for small groups, produce successful special events, and more. New chapters on how to work effectively with your executive director, use the internet for fundraising, make a career of social change fundraising, and more. Earlier editions available.
    [Fund raising -- United States]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- finance]
    [Social Change -- finance]

    FUNDRAISING FOR SPORT AND RECREATION. William F. Stier, Jr. Champaign, Ill. : Human Kinetics, 1994. 208pp. Funding Center (1, East) GV716 .S73 1994
    From standards such as candy sales and sports dinners,to unique ideas like a "mile of art" show and a "cow drop", you'll find step-by-step plans for 70 successful events.
    [Sports -- United States -- Finance -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Recreation -- United States -- Finance -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Fund raising -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- United States -- Finance -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FUND-RAISING FOR THE 1990S : THE CHALLENGE AHEAD : A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR LIBRARY FUNDRAISING, FROM NOVICE TO EXPERT. Hwa-wei Lee and Gary A. Hunt. Canfield, Ohio : Genaway, 1992. 177pp. Main Library Stacks Z683.2 .U6 L44 1992
    A practical guide for those engaged in raising funds for libraries. Subjects covered include planning and organization, sources of funds, and donor stewardship. Two case studies--"Creating a Successful Annual Giving Program: The Brandeis University National Women's Committee"--and "Building and Endowment Campaigns : A $20 Million Effort at the University of Kentucky Library"--provide insights into productive university library fundraising programs.
    [Library fundraising]

    FUNDRAISING FOR THE ELDERLY : A DEVELOPMENT PRIMER FOR HOMES FOR THE AGED, LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES, AND SENIORS' CENTRES. Lorne S. Miller. tORONTO : LORNE Miller & Assoicates, 2003. 153pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.2 .M54 2003
    Finally, a book that describes how homes for the aged, long-term care facilities, and seniors' centres can successfully compete in the philanthropic marketplace. This fundraising primer explains how to: Turn a one-time donor into an annual supporter for life. Assess the capacity of potential major benefactors. Create the optimum conditions for a capital campaign that will raise the most money, in the shortest time, and at the least cost. Understand the dynamics of attracting a seven-figure gift. make sure that the fundraising tail never wags the programmatic dog. Turn an unexpected and unsolicited bequest into an opportunity to attract deferred gifts from other potential prospects.

    FUNDRAISING FOR THE LONG HAUL. Kim Klein. Inverness, Cal. : Chardon Press. 176pp. Main Library Stacks HV41.9.U5 K57
    Here is the long-awaited companion to Kim Klein's classic Fundraising for Social Change. Klein, an accomplished fundraiser as well as a trainer, author and publisher of the Grassroots Fundraising Journal, distills her 25 years of experience and wisdom into this book. After sharing some of the lessons she learned from her own mistakes, Klein details the elements of a healthy organization and a healthy fundraising program. She then discusses the most common barriers to organizational health-- including Founder's Syndrome, the search for financial security, and taking donors for granted.Along with tips and techniques, Klein presents the philosophical underpinnings for long-term commitment to social change work and the means to make it sustainable. Klein knows the difficulties of organizations that are understaffed and under-resourced and provides practical assistance -- almost a road map -- for organizations wanting a long and healthy life.
    [Fund raising -- United States]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- United States -- Finance]
    [Social change -- Finance]

    FUND RAISING FOR THE REST OF US : AN OVERVIEW OF FUND RAISING TECHNIQUES FOR SMALL AND EMERGING NON PROFITS. Norman H. Hammon. Norman, Ok. : Lughnasa Press, 1997. 214pp. Main Library Stacks HG177.5.U6 H36 1997
    For the emerging or modestly budgeted non-profit group, a large, life-sustaining gift from a kind-hearted benefactor is the exception, not the rule. The first part of this book provides a framework for raising money, including sample budgets and an exploration of the attitude that a successful solicitor must adopt. Never beg, for example. The second section covers special events, sponsorship, games of chance, in-kind contributions, volunteers, annual drives, and grant writing.
    [Fund raising]

    FUND-RAISING FOR THE SMALL PUBLIC LIBRARY : A HOW-TO-DO-IT MANUAL FOR LIBRARIANS. James Swan. New York, N.Y. : Neal Schuman Publishers, 1990. 238pp. Main Library Stacks Z683 .S83 1990
    Offers both librarians and trustees expert advice on competing successfully for scarce monies. Begins with an overview of principles and planning stages of fundraising. Then, in clear, concise steps, it explains such specifics as : How to Establish a Foundation; Getting More Money from Governing Bodies; Increasing Library Funding Through Referenda; When to Use Professional Fundraisers; and Utilizing Direct Mail Effectively. Included are checklist forms, and many useful illustrations.
    [Library fund raising]

    FUNDRAISING FOR YOUTH : HUNDREDS OF WONDERFUL WAYS OF RAISING FUNDS FOR YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS. Dorothy M. Ross. Colorado Springs, CO : Meriwether Pub., c1985. Main Library Stacks HV41 .R578 1985
    Author Dorothy M. Ross gives 256 pages full of fundraising ideas for your youth group. Most of the suggestions have been around for ages, but it's good to have many in one place to refer to at your next committee meeting as you decide on your ideal fundraiser. You'll find craft fundraisers, car washes, yard work, garage sales, hamburger suppers, and many more fundraisers that will give you plenty of ideas. It is somewhat slanted toward church type youth groups.
    [Fundraising]

    THE FUND-RAISING FORMULA : 50 CREATIVE EVENTS PROVEN SUCCESSFUL NATIONWIDE. Katie Kraatz and Julie Haynes. Anaheim, Ca. : KNI Incorporated Book Manufactures, 1987. 253pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG177.5 .U6 K73 1987
    "Wearable Art", "Orient Express Gala", "Railroad Mystery Weekend", and "Swine Ball" are examples of the fundraising ideas explored in this book. Each entry contains a step-by-step description of how the event was organized and run, and includes such details as expenses and profits, location, date, planning schedule, publicity, underwriting entertainment, food, decorations, printed materials used, ticket price, and number of participants.
    [Fund raising]

    FUND-RAISING FUNDAMENTALS : A GUIDE TO ANNUAL GIVING FOR PROFESSIONALS AND VOLUNTEERS. James M. Greenfield. New York, N.Y. : John Wiley & Sons, 2002. 2nd edition, 578pp. Main Library Stacks HG177 .G763 2002
    1994 edition also available.
    Presents various methods and techniques for annual drive fundraising, utilizing the fictitious Clean Up Cleveland Chapter of the Campaign to Clean Up America.
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- Finance]

    FUNDRAISING GUIDE FOR CHAIRPERSONS : SEVEN STEPS TO COORDINATING NON-PROFIT AND CHURCH ORGANIZATIONS FUND-RAISING EVENTS, INCLUDING DINNERS, DANCES, RAFFLES, BAZAARS, FIELD DAYS AND LAWN FETES. Ron Urbanczyk. Universal Publishers, 2001. 116pp. Main Library Stacks HV41.2 .U73 2001
    When you run a fund-raising event, there is always a risk that you and your organization could lose rather than make money. In most cases, proper planning and organizing can minimize the risk. In this book,the author guides the reader through all the critical phases of running a fund-raising event which includes: Planning, Organizing, Developing, Marketing, Running, Measuring and Assessing.
    Note: Abbreviated version available at http://www.brownwalker.com/upb/pdf-b/1126611b.pdf
    Also listed in the book section of Religious Fundraising.
    [Fund raising]
    [Church fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations--finance]

    FUNDRAISING HABITS OF SUPREMELY SUCCESSFUL BOARDS : A 59-MINUTE GUIDE TO ENSURING YOUR ORGANIZATION'S FUTURE. Jerold Panas. Emerson and Church, 2006. 108pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG4027.65 .P35 2006
    Amazon description : "No-nonsense information that trustees need to know and act on if they want impact are of the highest caliber."
    [Nonprofit organizations -- Finance]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- Management]
    [Fundraising]

    FUND-RAISING HANDBOOK. Tom Tenbrunsel. East Lansing, Mich. : Michigan State University, Instructional Media Center, 1980. 1 volume. Main Library Stacks FOLIO HG174 .T452
    A self-learning textbook on fund-raising. Two copies available.
    [Fundraising -- handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FUND-RAISING HANDBOOK. Robert L. Krit. Dubuque, Iowa : Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., 1993. 226pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG177 .K75 1993
    1991 edition also available.
    A resource book of comprehensive guidelines for the planning, preparation, and implementation of fund-raising operations of any size -- from small organizations that are just beginning their fund development programs to large and well-established ones.
    [Fund raising -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FUND-RAISING : HANDS-ON TACTICS FOR NONPROFIT GROUPS. L. Peter Edles. New York, N.Y. : McGraw-Hill, 1993. 288pp. Funding Center (1 East0 HG177 .E34 1993
    A step-by-step introduction to the logic and practical application of organizing, developing, and conducting membership and constituent fundraising drives.
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- finance]

    FUNDRAISING HOUSEPARTY : HOW TO GET CHARITABLE DONATIONS FROM INDIVIDUALS IN A HOUSEPARTY SETTING. Morrie Warshawski. Ann Arbor, MI : Morrie Warshawski, 2002. 58pp. Funding Center (1 East0 NX711 .U5 W37 2002
    Everything you ever wanted to know about this powerful and flexible way to raise support for a wide range of non-profit projects.
    [Fund raising--United States--handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Fund raising--methods]

    FUNDRAISING IDEAS. Janell Shride Amos. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Company, Inc., 1995. 148pp. Funding Center (1, East) HV41.9 .U5 A45 1995
    Contains over 225 money making events for community groups, from antique shows to window washings. Entries provide a brief description of the event, helpful planning tips and creatie suggestions, notes about the type of workers and tools needed to ensure success, cross-references to related ideas, and resource recommendations. Also provides general hints for organizing and developing fundraisers.
    [Fund raising -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FUND-RAISING IDEAS FOR ALL NONPROFITS : CHARITIES, CHURCHES, CLUBS, ETC. William L. Doyle. American Fund Rasing Institute, 1995. 280pp. Funding Center (1, East) HV41.2 .D6 1995
    A compilation of 282 different fund raising ideas. The first seven chapters address the basic elements of any special events fundraising project. Additional chapters group related ideas into categories such as a-thon events, auctions, concerts, dinners, children and youth events, fairs, festivals, and community events, games and sporting events, holiday events, lotteries, raffles, and gaming, and selling items.
    [Fund raising -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- finance]

    FUNDRAISING IN DIVERSE CULTURAL AND GIVING ENVIRONMENTS. Robert E. Fagel, ed. San Francisco, Ca: Jossey-Basse, 2003. 124pp. Main Library Stacks HV41.9.U5 F86 2003
    New Directions for Philanthropic Fundraising #37
    [Fund raising -- United States]
    [Minorities -- Charitable contributions -- United States]

    FUNDRAISING IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST. David L. Grubb and David R. Zwick. Washington, D.C. : Public Citizen, Inc., 1977. 3 vols. in1. Main Library Stacks HV41 .G87
    This volume actually contains three parts : "A Citizen's Guide to Direct Mail Fundraising"; "knock, Knock, Who's There? Door-to-Door Canvassing"; and "Walkathons, Bike-a-thons, and Assorted Marathons for Money".
    [Fund raising -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FUND RAISING IN THE UNITED STATES : ITS ROLE IN AMERICA'S PHILANTHROPY, see Philanthropy: A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    FUNDRAISING IN TIMES OF CRISIS. Kim Klein. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 2004. xiv, 175pp. Main Library Stacks HV41.9.U5 K574 2004
    Klein asserts that nonprofits are in a very unusual situation, probably of long duration, that can ultimately threaten their ability to carry out their programs. The economy has affected individuals and institutional givers' ability to donate; the war on terrorism has chilled the interest in giving to controversial causes; the growth of the nonprofit sector (creating greater competition), scandals, and "mission drift" have all contributed to unprecedented challenges in the new millennium. Klein provides guidance on pursuit of specific techniques for the next year, as well as longer-term strategies.
    [Financial crises -- United States]
    [Fund raising -- United States]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- United States -- Finance]

    FUND-RAISING LEADERSHIP : A GUIDE FOR COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY BOARDS. J.W. Pocock. Washington, D.C. : The Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges, 1989. 151pp. Main Library Stacks HG177.5 .U6 P6 1989
    Also listed under Academic fundraising
    [Fund raising -- United States -- management]
    [Educational fund raising -- United States -- management]

    FUND-RAISING LETTER COLLECTION. William E. Sheppard. Ambler, Pa. : Fund-Raising Institute, 1988. 2nd edition, 156pp. Funding Center (1, East) HG174 .S42 1989
    The first part of this classic contains sections on how to write a fund-raising letter, the ideal direct-mail package, money-making ways to open and close a letter, how to sue a postscript profitably, and how to write a computer letter. The rest of the book is devoted to illustrative examples. Brief editorial comments tell why each letter worked. Examples are divided into five categories : universities, colleges, and schools; hospitals; health and welfare agencies; youth agencies, and other agencies.
    [Fund raising]

    FUND-RAISING LETTERS : A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY GUIDE TO RAISING MONEY BY DIRECT RESPONSE MARKETING. Jerry Huntsinger. Richmond, Va. : Emerson Publishers, 1989. 3rd edition, looseleaf, 515pp. Funding Center (1, East) HV48 H83 1989
    1982 edition also available.
    A basic introduction and study guide to the techniques of direct mail fundraising, covering letters, packages, marketing strategy, television, magazine advertising, photography, psychology, and more. An earlier edition is available in the Main Library Stacks.
    [Fund raising]

    FUND RAISING MADE E-Z. William F. Stier. Deerfield Beach, Fl. : Made E-Z Products, 2000. 260pp. Main Library Stacks HG177 .S75 2000
    Have you been elected to raise money for your organization? If so, then Fund Raising is just for you. Seventy-five time tested, unique fund raising projects guarantee immediate results for your favorite charity, organization or sport group. Obtain all the money you need with these everyday, practical ideas. Whether your goal is to raise $3,000, $10,000, or more, Fund Raising guides you through the steps.
    [Fund raising -- handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FUND-RAISING MADE SIMPLE : A WORKBOOK FOR SMALL NONPROFITS. Ronald J. Meshanko and Lloyd C. Foester. Washington, D.C. : Lutheran Resources Commission, 1992. 83pp. Main Library Stacks HV41.2 .M44 1992
    A practical, low-cost resource for planning and implementing an annual appeal. It is intended for nonprofits with budgets between $50,000 and $1 million which must initiate or expand the annual appeal. Replete with charts, forms, exercises, and sample case situations in its step-by-step approach, the workbook will be especially helpful for board members and other fund raising volunteers.
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- finance]

    FUNDRAISING MANAGEMENT ; ANALYSIS, PLANNING AND PRACTICE. Adrian Sargeant and Elaine Jay. London ; New York : Routledge, 2004. 347pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.2 .S27 2004
    This text is the first truly comprehensive guide to fundraising management, uniquely blending current academic knowledge with the best of professional practice. Much more than a how-to guide, the text is grounded in the critical issues of fundraising to provide readers with a comprehensive overview of modern fundraising planning and practice. The authors offer key analysis of the critical issues of fundraising as well as acting as a useful tool for the practical side of planning fundraising campaigns. Topics covered include: * Individual giving * Trusts and foundations * Corporate fundraising* Direct marketing* Community marketing* Campaign Integration The text includes examples and cases from both the UK and the US, bringing the theory to life. Campaigns discussed include high-profile examples from companies as diverse as RSPCA, Greenpeace, Barnados and the American Cancer Society. In addition, the text works through the planning stages of fundraising to give readers a rounded understanding of fundraising management. A truly groundbreaking new text in this area, "Fundraising Management" is essential reading for students of fundraising and nonprofit professionals alike.
    [Fund raising -- management]

    FUNDRAISING MANAGEMENT: ANALYSIS, PLANNING AND PRACTICE. Adrian Sargeant. London ; New York : Routledge, 2010. 2nd edition, 417pp. HV41.2 .S27 2010 Online
    This comprehensive introduction to fundraising management provides a thorough grounding in the principles underpinning professional practice. Much more than a ‘how-to’ guide, the book critically examines the key issues in fundraising policy, planning and implementation, and introduces the most important management tools available to the modern fundraiser.
    [Fund raising--management]

    FUNDRAISING MANUAL : A STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO CREATING THE PERFECT EVENT. Micki Gordon. Gaithersburg, Md.: Fig Press, 1997. 183pp. Funding Center (1, East) HV41.2 .G6 1997
    An all in one resource guide to fundraising in general and planning and conducting special events in particular.
    [Fund raising -- handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FUNDRAISING MATTERS : TRUE STORIES OF HOW RAISING FUNDS FULFILLS DREAMS. Michael Seltzer, ed. San Francisco, Ca. : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1993. 148pp. Main Library Stacks HV91 .F83 1993
    Articles include :

  • "The Neighborhood Film/Video Project"
  • "Guadelupe Cultural Arts Center"
  • "Save Our Cumberland Mountains"
  • "The National Black United Fund"
  • "Bailey-Boushay House"
  • "Horizon Hospice"
  • "Violence Against Women"
  • Conclusion.
    New Directions for Philanthropic Fundraising no. 1.
    [Fund raising -- United States]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- United States]

    FUNDRAISING MISTAKES THAT BEDEVIL ALL BOARDS (AND STAFF TOO) : A 1-HOUR GUIDE TO IDENTIFYING AND OVERCOMING OBSTACLES TO YOUR SUCCESS / Kay Sprinkel Grace. Medfield, MA : Emerson & Church, c2004. 109pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.9.U5 G713 2004
    Fundraising mistakes are a thing of the past. Or, rather, there's no excuse for making a serious mistake anymore. And that goes for board members, staff, novice, or veteran. If you blunder from now on, it simply means you haven't read Kay Sprinkel Grace's book, Fundraising Mistakes that Bedevil All Boards (and Staff Too), in which she exposes the Top 40 errors that thwart us time and again. This is indeed a devilishly good book, and it's a wonder it wasn't written years ago. If you've attended a fundraising seminar, or read a Jerry Panas book, or perused one of the field's journals, you're familiar with a dozen or so mistakes to avoid. But the appeal of this book – and it will become a classic – is that in one place it gathers and discusses ALL of the troublesome ones. Some, like the following, will be second nature to you (but not to your board, for whom this book is mostly intended): "Tax deductibility is a powerful incentive." It isn't, as you know. "People will give just because yours is a good cause." They won't. "Special events are the best way to raise money." Quite the contrary. Other mistakes aren't as apparent. For example: "You need a powerful board to have a successful campaign." Truth be told, many are convinced that without a powerful board they can't succeed. Grace shows otherwise. Or, "Wealth is mostly what determines a person's willingness to give." Not so. Other factors are equally important. Then, too, there are more nuanced mistakes: "We can't raise big money - we don't know any rich people." Don't believe it. You can raise substantial dollars. "Most people don't like to give." To the contrary, many find joy in it. "Without a stable of annual donors, you can't have a successful capital campaign." In fact you can, but your tactics will be different. And that touches on only seven of the 41 mistakes Grace explores (and explodes). Just as anyone involved in journalism should own a copy of Strunk and White's, The Elements of Style, anyone involved in fundraising – board member, staff, volunteer – should have Fundraising Mistakes that Bedevil All Boards (and Staff Too) by their side. When Grace makes it so easy to avoid costly errors, it is nothing if not imprudent to risk repeating them. FUNDRAISING ON eBAY : HOW TO RAISE BIG MONEY ON THE WORLD'S GREATEST ONLINE MARKETPLACE. Greg Holden and Jill Finlayson. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. 2005. xv, 335 p. Main Library Stacks HV41.2 .H62 2005
    A comprehensive guidebook to using the online auction site eBay to sell goods and donations. Many case studies are given to illustrate how both large and small organizations are making money and attracting new donors. Jeff Skoll, first president of eBay and the eBay Foundation, wrote the foreword.

    FUNDRAISING ON THE INTERNET : THE ePhilanthropyFoundation.Org's GUIDE TO SUCCESS ONLINE. Daryl E. Ferguson, Mim Carlson, Mal Warwick. San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 2001. 2nd edition, 291pp. Main Library Stacks HV41.2 .F87 2002
    Even before the atrocities of 9/11, the nonprofit world was in need of a single source of pragmatic perspective and advice on the sometimes bewildering world of the Internet — told not from a single author’s perspective, but from the viewpoint of the acknowledged leaders in the nonprofit online world. Created to fill that gap, Fundraising on the Internet has taken on central importance as nonprofit organizations large and small grapple with the apparent sea change wrought by the events of.
    In an interview in early November, two of its editors, Ted Hart of ePhilanthropyFoundation.Org and Nick Allen of donordigital.com, confirmed that now, more than ever, nonprofit managers need to understand both the big picture and enough of the details to integrate their organizations’ online presence with other facets of their development programs. Indeed, in a nod to the new realities, Hart indicated that a supplement is already in the works to cover the implications of 9/11 to online philanthropy.
    What’s remarkable about this book is its breadth. I wouldn’t recommend that the reader read it from cover to cover (well, okay, I did, but I’m odd that way); rather, scan the various chapters and read what’s relevant to your organization. Interested in e-mail campaigns or e-newsletters? There’s a chapter on that. Challenged by managing donor records? There’s a chapter called "Managing Donor Data Online," by Jay B. Love, another called "ePhilanthropy and Donor Management Systems," by Shaun Sullivan, and yet another called "Faster, Cheaper, Better: Internet Outsourcing to Boost Your Online Presence," by George Irish and Ken Weber.
    The Internet is a visual medium, and the book does a good job in providing large, readable screen shots to illustrate the points of the various chapters. I like that. Okay, I do have a tiny quibble: the screen shots are black and white and therefore miss some of the impact that colorful Web pages provide. But, on the other hand, the book is priced affordably at $29 U.S. and $40.50 Canadian — which brings it within reach of thousands of nonprofit professionals. At that price, so what if the screenshots are black and white? Heck, I can always use my Web browser if I want to see the color versions anyway.
    To give you a full idea of the subjects covered and their usefulness to any nonprofit serious about its online presence, here are the chapter titles:
    Part One: The Big Picture;
    1. Building Trust Online, by Ted Hart and Michael Johnston
    2. The Ethics of Online Fundraising, by Lisa Aramony
    3. The Emerging Gold Standard of Integrated Fundraising, by Mal Warwick
    4. Promoting Your Organization Online, by Michael Cervino
    5. Evaluating Online Fundraising Success, by Michael Johnston
    6. Regulating Online Fundraising, by Michael Johnston
    Part Two: Online Fundraising Fundamentals;
    7. Recruiting New Donors Online, by Nick Allen
    8. Renewing Donors Online, by Brian Murrow
    9. E-Mail Campaigns and E-Newsletters, by Tom Watson
    10. Managing Special Events Online, by Aleta Jeffress and Phil Richmond
    11. Donor-Advised Funds Online, by Eric Lee Smith
    12. Online Strategies for Foundations
    13. Using the Internet for Planned Giving, by Lee Hoffman and Ted Hart
    Part Three: Technology and Your Organization;
    14. Electronic Prospect Research, by Jim McGee and Ted Hart
    15. Recruiting, Retaining, and Organizing Volunteers Online, by John Parke and Ted Hart
    16. Raising Money Online for Multilevel Organizations, by Alison Li
    Part Four: Tapping Into Outside Resources;
    17. Managing Donor Data Online, by Jay B. Love
    18. ePhilanthropy and Donor Management Systems, by Shaun Sullivan
    19. Faster, Cheaper, Better: Internet Outsourcing to Boost Your Online Presence, by George Irish and Ken Weber
    Part Five: Beyond Basics;
    20. Web Site Content: Keep Them Coming Back, by Laura Kujawski
    21. Dos and Don’ts of Web Design, by Shirley Sexton and Steve Love
    22. Viral Marketing, by Eric Lee Smith
    23. How Nonprofits Can Harness Technology to Build One-to-One Relationships, by Shirley Sexton
    24. New Paths to Giving Through Charity Portals, by George Irish
    25. Building Your Base Through Advocacy Campaigns, by Michael Stein
    Case Studies;
    1. Comic Relieve: Red Nose Day, by Graham Francis
    2. Harvard and Wake Forest Universities, by Todd Cohen
    3. The Heifer Project International, by Commerce One
    4. Stanford University, by Jerold Pearson
    Resources;
    A. ePhilanthropy Code of Ethical Online Philanthropic Practices, by ePhilanthropyFoundation.Org
    B. Ten Rules of ePhilanthropy Every Nonprofit Should Know, by ePhilanthropyFoundation.Org
    C. Web Hosting, by Ken Weber and George Irish
    D. Tips for Creating Effective Vendor Contracts, by Ken Weber and George Irish
    E. APRA Code of Ethics, by Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement
    F. Using E-Mail Effectively, by ePhilanthropyFoundation.Org
    G. The Gilbert E-Mail Manifesto, by Michael Gilbert
    H. ePhilanthropy Foundation’s Glossary of Terms.
    Source: Stepen C. Nill, Founder and CEO, CharityChannel

    FUNDRAISING ON THE INTERNET : RECRUITING AND RENEWING DONORS ONLINE. Mal Warwick, Nick Allen, and Michael Stein. Strathmoor Press, 1996. 168pp. Funding Center (1, East) HV41.2 .F87 1996
    The Internet won't replace traditional fundraising methods, but it will play an increasing role in the fundraising strategies of many organizations. This book gives practical information about using e-mail, the Internet, and online technologies for finding and keeping donors. Also includes a glossary of Internet terms. Some examples include the American Civil Liberties Union, which raised $18,000 in its first month on the Net.
    [Fund raising -- Computer network resources]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- Computer network resources.]

    FUNDRAISING PLANNER : A WORKING MODEL FOR RAISING THE DOLLARS YOU NEED. Terry & Doug Schaff. San Francisco, Ca. : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1999. 189pp. Main Library Stacks HV41.2 .S33 1999
    [Fund raising -- handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FUND-RAISING PRIMER : A FIRST BOOK FOR INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN RAISING FUNDS FOR NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. David G. Bauer. New York, N.Y. : Scholastic Inc., 1993. 115pp. Main Library Stacks LC241 .B38 1993
    Designed for use by staff members, volunteers, and board members who are unfamiliar with basic fund-raising principles. Discusses sources of contributions, how to develop a fund-raising plan and identify potential donor groups, motivations for giving, building a donor base, and fund-raising ethics. Demonstrates how to perform cost analysis of various activities as well as suggests particular activities for board members and staff. Includes brief descriptions of special events, direct mail, cause-related marketing, personal solicitation, annual giving, memorials, telemarketing, capital campaigns, planned giving, and foundation and corporate grants.
    Also listed under Fundraising for educators
    [Educational fund raising]

    FUND RAISING REALITIES EVERY BOARD MEMBER MUST FACE. David Lansdowne. Medfield, Ma. : Emerson & Church, 1996. 109pp. Funding Center (1, East) HG177.5 .U6 L36 1997
    A 1-hour crash course on raising major gifts for nonprofit organizations
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- finance]

    FUND-RAISING RESEARCH, VOL. 1, see HOW TO FIND PHILANTHROPIC PROSPECTS.

    FUND-RAISING RESEARCH, VOL. 2, see FRI PROSPECT-RESEARCH RESOURCE DIRECTORY.

    FUND RAISING RESPONSIBILITIES OF NONPROFIT BOARDS. James M. Greenfield. Washington, D.C. : BoardSource, c2003. 42pp. Gast Business Library HG177 .G764 2003
    Content:s Board roles and responsibilities -- Basic fundraising concepts -- Fundraising 101 -- Fundraising stages : cuLtivation, solicitation, and stewarship -- Identifying potential board members -- Evaluation -- Conclusion.
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- Finance]

    THE FUND-RAISING RESOURCE MANUAL. Thomas W. Tenbrunsel. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, 1982. 182pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG177 .T46 1982
    [Fund raising -- handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    FUNDRAISING SKILLS FOR HEALTH CARE EXECUTIVES. Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, Sandara S. Deller. New York, N.Y. : Springer Pub., 2000. 193pp. Main Library Stacks RT73 .F48 2000
    This book describes the three basic principles of development: research; donor cultivation; and the solicitation of potential donors. Highlights are the various structures of gift giving typically used by health care institutions engaged in fundraisng, including direct-mail campaigns, challenge grants, unrstricted funds and bequests.
    [Fund raising]
    [Nursing schools -- Endowments]

    FUNDRAISING : THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY. Bill J. Harrison. Scottsdale, Az. : Step by Step Development, 1997. 3rd edition, revised. 300pp. Main Library Stacks HV41.9.U5 H37 1997
    Takes you step-by-step through effective and successful methods of raising money. Section 1 discusses the dynamics of fund raising; section 2, the unethical and unscrupulous fund raising activities that victimize uninformed organizations; and section 3 examines the underbelly of charitable fraud.
    [Fund raising -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Fraud -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

    FUND-RAISING : THE GUIDE TO RAISING MONEY FROM PRIVATE SOURCES. Thomas E. Broce. Norman, Okla. : University of Oklahoma Press, 1986. 2nd edition, 290pp. Main Library Stacks HG177 .B76 1986
    1979 edition also available.
    An overview on how to go about raising money for non-profit institutions, particularly colleges and universities.
    [Fund raising]

    Fundraising When Money is Tight : a Strategic and practical Guide to Surviving Tough Times and Thriving in the Future. Mal Warwick. San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, c2009. 214pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.2 .W36 2009
    "This is a must-read for all of us in fundraising. Mal Warwick includes practical approaches for difficult economic times, from zero-based thinking about our programs to strategies for relating to our donors and making certain our fundraising programs are prepared to succeed not only now but when the economy recovers." — Eugene R. Tempel, president, Indiana University Foundation

    A FUNDER'S GUIDE TO EVALUTION : LEVERAGING EVALUATION TO IMPROVE NONPROFIT EFFECTIVENESS. Peter York. Co-published by GEO and the Fieldstone Alliance, 2005, 139 pages. Funding Center (1 East) HD2769.15 .Y67 2005
    Traditionally, funders expect evaluation to show that resources are being used wisely. But evaluation can be a much more powerful tool — for both funders and nonprofits. Forward-looking grantmakers and grantees are ensuring that the time and money spent on evaluation improves effectiveness for everyone.
    [Nonprofit organizations -- Evaluation]
    [Evaluation research (Social action programs)]

    A FUNDER'S GUIDE TO ORGANIZATIONAL ASSESSMENT : TOOLS, PROCESSES, AND THEIR USE IN BUILDING CAPACITY (Funder's Guide). Lori Bartczak, ed. St. Paul, Minnesota : Fieldstone Alliance; Bk & CD-Rom edition, (December 30, 2005). 197pp. Main Library Stacks HD2769.15 .F857 2005; CD-ROM in DMC.
    In this book, primarily directed to grantmakers with an interest in furthering capacity-building, a variety of assessment tools are presented and explained. Part 1 of the book provides tools that funders can utilize in evaluating the work of their grantees; Part 2 focuses on the work of grantmakers themselves, offering techniques for appraising their own efforts. With resource list and index.

    FUNDING EFFECTIVENESS: LESSONS IN BUILDING NONPROFIT CAPACITY. Grantmakers for Effective Organizations. San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, 2004. 176pp. Main Library Stacks HD2769.15 .F86 2004
    From Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO)--a community of grantmakers dedicated to building strong organizations--comes a guide to promising practices in capacity building. Written for leaders of both grantmaking and nonprofit organizations who are dedicated to improving the sector's effectiveness, Funding Effectiveness offers a compelling collection of essays from many of the most highly regarded practitioners in the field. Throughout the book these experts share their personal and their organizations' lessons learned in the area of organizational effectiveness, and they offer practical suggestions and action steps for implementation.

    THE FUNDING PROCESS : GRANTSMANSHIP AND PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT. Virginia A. Decker and Larry E. Decker. Charlottesville, Va. : Community Collaborators, 1978. 120pp. Main Library Stacks HG174 .D42
    [Research grants]
    [Fund raising]

    THE FUNDING REVOLUTION : NEW ROUTES TO PROJECT FUNDRAISING. Tom Roberts. London : Falmer Press, 1999 [i.e. 1998]. 127pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.9.G7 R62 1998
    [Fund raising -- Great Britain]
    [Project finance -- Great Britain]
    [Fund raising -- Europe]
    [Project finance -- Europe]



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