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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

    see the book section of Religious Fundraising.

    see the book section of Religious Fundraising.

    PATTERNS OF CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY: FUNDING ENEMIES, FORSAKING FRIENDS, see Philanthropy : A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    PATTERNS OF CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY: IDEAS, ADVOCACY, AND THE CORPORATION, see Philanthropy : A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    PATHWAYS TO NONPROFIT EXCELLENCE. Paul C. Light. Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution Press, 2002. 188pp. Funding Center (1 East) HD62.6 .L543 2002
    Contents: The nonprofit present -- Imagining a nonprofit-like future -- Views from a distance -- Views from the front lines -- Pathways to excellence -- Appendex A : Opinion leaders' survey -- Appendix B : executive directors' survey -- Notes -- Index
    [Nonprofit organizations -- Management]

    PEOPLE POWER : SERVICE, ADVOCACY, EMPOWERMENT. Brian O'Connell. New York, N.Y. : Foundation Center, 1994. 241p. Funding Center (1 East) HN90 .V64 O34 1994
    The 25+ essays included range from keen analyses of the role of voluntarism in American life, to sound advice for nonprofit management, to suggestions for developing and strengthening the nonprofit sector of the future.
    [Voluntarism -- United States]
    [Charities -- United States]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- United States]

    PEOPLE TO PEOPLE FUNDRAISING : SOCIAL NETWORKING AND WEB 2.0 FOR CHARITIES. Ted Hart, James M. Greenfield, and Sheeraz D. Haji. Wiley, 2007. 262pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.2 .P46 2007
    Giving donors the chance to participate in and contribute to the success of a charity beyond the online gift is proving to be successful for many nonprofits. Find out how to make the most of your online fundraising efforts with the expert advice found in People to People Fundraising: Social Networking and Web 2.0 for Charities. This hands-on guide is filled with creative ideas, techniques, and suggestions to help readers harness the power of social networking for your charity, including:
    (1) Getting supporters to do more than give
    (2) Evaluating your Web site
    (3) Blogs -- an important development in fundraising
    (4) The power of celebrity in building communities
    (5) How to leverage an individual supporter's social network
    (6) Online marketing to ethnic and special interest communities
    (7) How to influence single-gift Web donors to become monthly donors
    (8) The opportunities and challenges of multi-channel marketing
    (9) Why ePhilanthropy succeeds -- seven pillars of e-success
    (10) Connecting with planned gift donors and prospects
    (11) Buttons and banners on company Web sites
    [Fund raising]

    PERFECT LEGACY: HOW TO ESTABLISH YOUR OWN PRIVATE FOUNDATION. Russ Alan Prince, Gary L. Rathbun, and Karen Maru File. Fairfield, Ct. : HNW Press, 1998. 80pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41 .P68 1998
    Nine out of 10 rich people consider the creation of a legacy to be an "extemely important" function of their wealth, and 85% desire more information about starting a private foundation. What's more, 95% of affluent individuals who recently established funds said they didn't think it possible to create a foundation until a financial advisor showed them how.
    [Endowments -- United States -- handbooks]

    PERFECT NONPROFIT BOARDS: MYTHS, PARADOXES, AND PARADIGMS. Stephen R. Block. Needham Heights, MA. : Simon & Schuster, 1998. 149pp. Main Library Stacks HD2745 .B558 1998
    Challenges nonprofit managers to cast aside traditional models of board governance. In his latest book, Stephen Block asserts that almost all current advice and wisdom to nonprofit boards is a formula for frustration and failure ---including approaches often promoted in board training and board development retreats. The first part of the book can be used as a primer on nonprofit organizations, the position of executive director, and nonprofit boards. The last half of the book discusses the importance of adopting new paradigms for board and executive director leadership, and suggests adapting theory-based tools for motivating and improving performance.
    [Boards of directors]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- management]

    PERSON-CENTERED LEADERSHIP FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS: MANAGEMENT THAT WORKS IN HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEMS. Jeanne M. Plas. Thousand Oaks, Ca. : Sage Publications, 2001. 176pp. Gast Business Library HD62.6 .P63 2001
    The nonprofit sector is well known for its lofty goals, whether they include creating a peaceful society or teaching every child how to read. In many cases, however, such idealism bears the costs of long hours, low pay, and burnout.
    [Nonprofit organizations--United States--management]

    PHILANTHROPIC FOUNDATIONS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, see Philanthropy : A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    PHILANTHROPIC FOUNDATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES: AN INTRODUCTION, see Philanthropy : A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    PHILANTHROPIC FOUNDATIONS : NEW SCHOLARSHIP, NEW POSSIBILITIES, see Philanthropy : A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    PHILANTHROPIC STUDIES INDEX (PSI), see Philanthropy : A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    PHILANTHROPY AND THE NONPROFIT SECTOR IN A CHANGING AMERICA, see Philanthropy : A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    PHILANTHROPY AT INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS, see Philanthropy : A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    PHILANTHROPY IN THE WORLD'S TRADITIONS, see Philanthropy : A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    PHILANTHROPY: VOLUNTARY ACTION FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD, see Philanthropy : A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries


    PHYSICAL EDUCATORS' GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL GRANT WRITING Louis Bowers. Reston: AAHPERD, 2005. 104pp. Funding Center (1 East) LC241 .B69 2005
    The first book written to help physical educators win grants, this book offers ideas and guidance for creating a grant project, searching for funding, writing the proposal, and managing the awarded grant. It condenses the essence of what the grant seeker really needs to know to find funding and write successful grants from the massive amount of information available.

    PINPOINTING AFFLUENCE IN THE 21ST CENTURY : INCREASING YOUR SHARE OF MAJOR DONOR DOLLARS. Judith E. Nichols. Chicago, Il. : Bonus Books, 2001. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.2 .N54 2001
    Ms. Nichols explains how to use demographics and psychographics to identify and cultivate the group of nearly 19 million individuals capable of giving gifts of $1,000 to $100,000, targeting populations by age, household, gender, work place, hobbies, and interests.
    1994 edition also available.
    [Fund raising]

    see the book section of Religious Fundraising.

    PLAIN TALK ABOUT GRANTS : A BASIC HANDBOOK. Robert Geller. Sacramento, Cal. : California State Library Foundation, 1986. 76pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41 .G4 1986
    [Proposal writing in the social sciences]

    PLANNED GIVING ESSENTIALS : A STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO SUCCESS. Richard D. Barrett. Gaithersburg, Md. : Aspen Publishers, 1997. 166p. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.2 .B37 1997
    Planned giving is perhaps the most intimidating component in the fundraising arena. But you don't need to be an attorney or have a large staff to incorporate this component into your organization's fundraising program. The Planned Giving Essentials provides the instruction and tools needed to both begin a successful planned giving program and expand it later. In addition, a glossary of terms, model letters and policies, sample advertisements and other tools help make planned giving manageable.
    [Deferred giving -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Fund raising -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    PLANNED GIVING FOR SMALL NONPROFITS. Ronald R. Jordan and Katelyn L. Quynn. New York, N.Y. : Wiley, 2002. 323pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG4027.65 .J67 2002
    Provides easy-to-follow guidelines for beginning and sustaining a planned giving program with the limited resources of a small organization. Drawing upon forty years of combined experience in planned giving, expert authors Ronald Jordan and Katelyn Quynn show managers how to achieve the careful analysis, employee commitment, and organizational support necessary to launch a successful program. In addition to step-by-step advice, this helpful guide contains a host of examples and case studies from a wide variety of nonprofits, including educational and religious institutions, healthcare organizations, and cultural associations. The authors break their blueprint for planned giving success into seven key components: Background Issues, Getting Started, Planned Gifts, Gifts of Assets Other Than Cash, Working with Donors, Marketing, and Planned Giving and Taxes. Each subject is further analyzed into key subtopics, such as gift acceptance policies, endowed funds, and personal property gifts. Nonprofit managers in all areas will find Jordan and Quynn's authoritative guide an invaluable addition to their professional libraries.
    [Nonprofit organizations--finance]
    [Deferred giving]

    PLANNED GIVING FOR THE ONE PERSON DEVELOPMENT OFFICE : TAKING THE FIRST STEPS. David G. Schmeling. Wheaton, Ill.: Deferred Giving Services, 1990 (1995 Printing). 2nd edition, 217pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV91 .S29 1990
    Planned giving for the fundraiser with a limited budget and short on time. Details in understandable English the eight steps in starting a successful program and how to make planned giving an integral part of the overall development process. Includes Chapters on the "tools of the trade," how to talk with donors and how to write a gift proposal, policy and procedures for receiving gifts and for the endowment fund, gift plan models, a glossary of terms, and much more.
    [Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations]
    [Deferred giving]
    [Gifts -- Taxation]

    PLANNED GIVING: MANAGEMENT, MARKETING, AND LAW. Ronald R. Jordan and Katelyn L. Quynn. New York, N.Y. : John Wiley & Sons, 1995 372pp. Main Library Stacks HV41.9.U5 J67 1994; 3 1/2 inch computer disks in Software.
    [Fund raising -- United States]
    [Deferred giving -- United States]

    PLANNED GIVING SIMPLIFIED: THE GIFT, THE GIVER, AND THE GIFT PLANNER. New York, N.Y. : John Wiley & Sons, 1999. 210pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.9.U5 S523 1999
    The key to securing planned giving is to fulfill a donor's desire to do good. Fund raisers can't rely solely on pitching tax incentives when courting long-trm givers. To order your own copy, call (800) 879-4539.
    [Deferred giving -- United States]

    PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING YOUR MAJOR GIFTS CAMPAIGN. Suzanne Irwin-Wells. San Francisco, ca. : Jossey-Bass, 2002. 125p. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.2 .I78 2002
    Planning and Implementing Your Major Gifts Campaign by Suzanne Irwin-Wells is a book that every development officer and Board member should read. It is a "by-the-book" kind of book. That is, it is a logical presentation of how to plan for the acquisition and solicitation of major gifts and how to make that plan happen successfully. Nothing is left to chance in this workbook. Its 11 sections and sub-topics lay out exactly what any organization -- its Board, staff professionals and volunteers -- will need to know in order to create opportunities for major gifts and to successfully fulfill them:
    1: Understanding Major Gifts;
    2: Preparing for Major Gifts;
    3: Setting Goals;
    4: Identifying, Quantifying and Rating Potential Donors;
    5: Budgeting for Your Campaign;
    6: Identifying, Recruiting and Training Volunteers;
    7: cultivating Relationships with Major Donors;
    8: Soliciting Major Gifts Prospects;
    9: Monitoring Your Campaign;
    10: Staying on Track;
    11: Providing Stewardship for Major Donors and Their Gifts
    [Fund raising]

    PLANNING PROPOSING, AND PRESENTING SCIENCE EFFECTIVELY : A GUIDE FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS AND RESEARCHERS IN THE BEHAIVORAL SCIENCES AND BIOLOGY. Jack P. Hailman and Karen B. Strier. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1997. 182pp. Funding Center (1 East) QH315 .H25 1997
    This concise guide to planning, writing, and presenting research in biology and behavioral ecology is intended for students at all levels. The guidelines apply equally to independent projects for undergraduate theses, as well as to doctoral dissertations, and research aimed at publication. The book discusses planning research, writing a research proposal (such as a formal proposal for a thesis, or for a funding agency), writing a research report (such as a graduate thesis, or a manuscript for publication in a research journal), and presenting research at research seminars and scientific meetings. The final chapter covers writing an effective CV. An appendix gives some tips on how to write clearly.
    [Proposal writing in biology]

    PLANNING SPECIAL EVENTS. James S. Armstrong. San Francisco, Ca. : Jossey Bass, 2001. 186pp. Funding Center (1 East) GT3405 .A76 2001
    Practical guide to conducting special events and incorporating them into a fundraising program. Explains how to determine the needs of the organization, select the type of event, choose the best location, create a budget, market the event, take advantage of follow-up activities, and measure and analyze the results of the project. Includes sample planning worksheets.
    [Special events -- Planning]
    [Special events -- Management]

    PLANNING SUCCESSFUL FUND RAISING PROGRAMS. Ken Wyman. Toronto, Ontario, Canada : Canadian Centre for Philanthropy, 1991. 2nd edition, 175pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.9 .C3 W96 1991
    [Fund raising]

    THE POLICY GOVERNANCE FIELDBOOK: PRACTICAL LESSONS, TIPS, AND TOOLS FROM THE EXPERIENCES OF REAL-WORLD BOARDS. Caroline Oliver, ed. San Francisco, Ca. : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1999. 242pp. Gast Business Library HD2745 .P65 1999
    For board members considering or using the "policy governance" approach -- a rigidly structured, top-down management strategy -- this book presents the experiences of eight non-profit organizations, one small business, and two municipal agencies that employ the practice. "Policy governance" is the 20-year old trusteeship theory developed by the author and consultant John Carver. The model is based on the premise that board members must assume a more-authoritative role in running things, as if they were the owners of an organization and not merely its managers.
    [Board of directors]

    THE POLICY SAMPLER: A RESOURCE FOR NONPROFIT BOARDS. Kathleen Fletcher. Washington, D.C. : National Center for Nonprofit Boards, 2001. 52pp. plus optical disk. Funding Center (1 East) HD2745 .F55 2000; cd available in Software Collection
    In addition to steering the nonprofit organization's activities, nonprofit boards are also responsible for setting policies that govern their own actions. This new resource from NCNB provides nonprofit leaders with more than 70 sample board policies and job descriptions collected from a wide variety of nonprofits. The user's guide, written by Kathleen Fletcher, provides a basic overview for each of the policies. The diskette contains the full selection of sample policies and job descriptions that can be easily customized to suit your organization.
    Some of the sample policies included are: Anti-discrimination; Capital expenditures; Check signing and cash disbursement; Confidentiality; Conflict of interest; Expense reimbursement; Grievance; Indemnification; Investments; Nepotism; Sexual harassment; and many more!
    Also included are sample conflict-of-interest disclosure statements, a board member contributions form, and a contract for board members to fill out and sign. The section on board job descriptions includes a general board member job description, job descriptions for board officers, committee chairs and the chief executive, and job descriptions for board committees. The PC-formatted diskette comes with both Microsoft Word and generic text files.
    [Nonprofit organizations -- Management -- Handbooks, manuals, etc]

    THE POLITICS OF FEDERAL GRANTS. George E. Hale and Marian Lief Palley. Washington, D.C. : Congressional Quarterly Press, 1981. 178pp. Funding Center (1 East) HJ275 .H28
    [Grants-in-aid--United States]

    POWER FUNDING : GAINING ACCESS TO POWER, INFLUENCE AND MONEY IN YOUR COMMUNITY. David Emenhiser. Rockville, Md. : Fund Raising Institute, 1992. 188pp. Funding Center (1 East) HN80 .I54 E5 1992
    Sound, practical advice on how to identify the civic and business leaders who make funding decisions in American communities, how to uncover how they attained their positions and the mentor-protege relationships among them, and how to involve their financial and human resources in the fundraiser's organization.
    [Community leadership]

    POWERED BY COALITION: THE STORY OF INDEPENDENT SECTOR, see Philanthropy : A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    How to access the power and profitability of pro bono resources. Savvy nonprofits use strategic management, marketing, technology, leadership to be competitive. With strapped budgets, many nonprofits cannot afford to pay for these resources.? However, businesses are an often overlooked as an effective source of skilled professionals who can supply the needed skills. This book shares the acclaimed Taproot Foundation?s pro bono best practices and shows nonprofit managers to apply them to their own unique challenges in a low-to-no-cost way.? The author offers keys to identifying opportunities for using pro bono sources, recruiting pro bono resources, and managing pro bono projects effectively.
    *Reveals how a nonprofit can partner with a global corporations to further their mission in an effective and low-cost manner
    *Aaron Hurst is the president and founder of the Taproot Foundation who pioneered a new field in community investment and continually breaks new ground through its signature, catalytic programs designed for the emerging global pro bono marketplace
    *Gives nonprofit managers and staff the keys to identifying opportunities for using pro bono resources

    PRACTICAL GRANT WRITING AND PROGRAM EVALUATION. Francis K. O. Yuen, Kenneth L. Terao. Pacific Grove, CA : Thomson/Brooks/Cole, 2003. 132pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.2 .Y84 2003
    [Proposal writing in human services]
    [Proposal writing for grants]

    PRACTICAL GUIDE TO PLANNED GIVING, 2000. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Taft, 1999. 8th edition, 997pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG177.5 .U6 P7 2000
    A comprehensive resource for planning, managing, and marketing successful planned giving programs. Provides essential marketing and technical information to help development officers establish permanent planned giving programs. The encyclopedia section explains planned giving concepts and terms from A to Z. Also includes tables highlighting key IRS rulings and procedures, a listing of helpful planned giving resources, samples of federal tax forms, complete with step-by-step instructions. 1992 and 1996 editions also available.
    [Gifts -- taxation -- law and legislation]
    [Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations]

    PRACTICAL PLANNED GIVING SEMINAR : DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING A SUCCESSFUL PLANNED GIVING PROGRAM IN THE SMALLER DEVELOPMENT OFFICE. Calder P. Sinclair. Atlanta, Ga. : Sinclair, Towns & Company, 1999. 57pp. Not available in MSU Library; request through interlibrary loan.
    Outlines the do's and don'ts of implementing a planned giving program.
    [Deferred giving]
    [Fund raising]

    see the book section of Religious Fundraising.

    PRAGMATIC FUND-RAISING FOR COLLEGE ADMINISTRATORS AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS. Ralph L. Lowenstein. Gainesville, Fl. : University Press of Florida, 1997. 128pp. Funding Center (1 East) LB2336 .L69 1997
    In 18 years as dean of the College of Journalism at the University of Florida, Mr. Lowenstein established 68 endowment funds totaling more than $20 million. In this book he boils down the fund-raising principles he learned as a teacher-turned-administrator and includes several sample letters he used to invite, solicit, or thank donors.
    [Educational fund raising -- United States]
    [Universities and colleges -- United States -- Finance]

    PREPARING A RESEARCH GRANT APPLICATION TO THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH : SELECTED ARTICLES. Bethesda, Md. : Dept. of Health and Human Resources, National Institutes of Health, 1987. various pagings. Funding Center (1 East) RA440.6 .P92 1987
    Contains eleven articles : (1) "Application and Review Procedures for the NIH Small Business Innovation Research Program"; (2) "Biomedical Research and Research Training Support by the NIH"; (3) "The Making of NIH Research Grants"; (4) "NIH Grant Applications for Clinical Research: Reasons for Poor Ratings or Disapproval"; (5) "The Peer Review Process : How to Prepare Research Grant Applications to the NIH"; (6) "Preparation of the Research Grant Application : Opportunities and Pitfalls"; (7) "The Project-Grant Application of the National Institutes of Health"; (8) "Review of Research Grant Applications at the National Institutes of Health"; (9) "Site Visits for a Review of Grant Applications to the National Institutes of Health"; (10) "A Successful Grant Application to the National Institutes of Health : A Case History"; and (11) "Why Clinical Research Grant Applications Fare Poorly in Review and How to Recover".
    1995 edition available in Government Documents Library : HE20.33002:R31/16/993.
    [Federal aid to medical research -- United States]

    PREPARING A SUCCESSFUL GRANT PROPOSAL. [Nancy Protheroe, Jennifer Turner]. Arlington, VA : Educational Research Service, c2004. 44pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG177 .P76 2004
    Contents: Should we apply for grant funding? -- Writing a letter of inquiry -- Getting organized -- Developing an abstract -- Identifying a funding source -- Partnerships and joint ventures -- Checking you district's requirements for grant proposals -- Writing the proposal -- What should the proposal include? -- Developing the proposal budget -- Dos and don't of proposal writing -- Preparing the final copy -- What happens next -- Conducting grant-funded activities
    [Proposal writing for grants -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    Proposal writing in education -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

    PREPARING YOUR CAPITAL CAMPAIGN. Marilyn Bancel. San Francisco, Ca. : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 2000. 1st edition, 131pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG177 .B36 2000
    The start-from-scratch approach in this workbook focuses on the steps leading up to a capital campaign. Included are examples of forms and charts.
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations--finance]

    PREVENTING FRAUD: HOW TO SAFEGUARD YOUR ORGANIZATION. Andrew Lang and Tammy Ricciardella. National Center for Nonprofit Boards, 2001. 24pp. Funding Center (1 East) HD62.6 .L36 2001
    No board member wants to uncover fraud in his/her organization, and few board members believe that their organizations could be susceptible to fraudulent practices. However, as part of their legal and fiduciary responsibilities, all board members must know how to detect fraud and what to do if they uncover fraud.
    Preventing Fraud defines the various types of fraud that can occur and reasons why nonprofit organizations are often vulnerable. In an effort to help protect your organization, Lang and Ricciardella explain the precautions that board members should take to protect themselves and their organizations from fraud and guidelines to follow if fraudulent practices are uncovered.
    Also included is a list of questions board members should ask to reduce the risk of fraud.

    PREVENTING FRAUD IN NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. Edward McMillan. New York : John Wiley, 2006. 220pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV6691 .M36 2006
    This book suggests how charities can safeguard themselves against embezzlement. Identifies some of the most common schemes of embezzlers, including stealing checks through phony companies, setting up nonexistent "ghost" vendors or employees, and diverting postage funds. The author describes how charities may be susceptible, and how organizations can minimize the damage if fraud occurs. The book contains worksheets to help nonprofit groups conduct an internal audit, and concludes with a glossary of legal and accounting terms.
    [Nonprofit organizations--management]

    THE PRI INDEX: 500 RECENT FOUNDATION CHARITABLE LOANS AND INVESTMENTS. New York, N.Y. : Foundation Center, 1997. 70pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV89 .P75 1997
    Only a tiny handful of private foundations actually make program-related loans or investments. This book provides a listing of the 500 such investments.
    [Endowments--Program-related investments]

    A PRIMER ON NONPROFIT PR. Kathleen A. Neal. Sarasota, Fl. : Pineapple Press, 2001. 137pp. Funding Center (1 East) HD59 .N36 2001
    A basic PR manual for non-profit organizations, this book is helpful if you're starting from square one or need a refresher. Chock full of ideas and strategies, it shows how standard public relations techniques can be used creatively and effectively for a nonprofit organization. Clearly written and filled with real accounts of successful?and unsuccessful?examples, it covers the gamut of what you should know: crisis management, press releases, media relations, printed materials, mailings, special events, networking, web sites, and more.
    [Nonprofit organizations--public relations]

    THE PRINCIPAL'S GUIDE TO GRANT SUCCESS. David G. Bauer. New York, N.Y. : Scholastic Inc., 1994. 226pp. Funding Center (1 East) LC241 .B39 1994
    Characterizes different types of grantors with the help of a ready-reference funding source matrix. The matrix makes understanding the differences among funders easy and fast. Includes worksheets and forms that not only tell, but show you what a proposal format contains.
    [Educational fund raising]
    [Proposal writing in education]
    [Proposal writing for grants]

    THE PRINCIPAL'S GUIDE TO WINNING GRANTS. David G. Bauer. San Francisco, Ca. : Jossey-Bass Publishers., 1999. 144pp. Funding Center (1 East) LC243.A1 B36 1999
    (1) The Principal's Role in Supporting Grantseeking
    (2) Setting Up a Proactive Grants System in Your School
    (3) Getting Ready: Assessing Needs, Establishing Goals, and Developing Solutions
    (4) The Grants Marketplace: What a Principal Needs to Know
    (5) Finding the Best Funders: Matching Projects to Grantors
    (6) Strategies for Contacting Prospective Grantors
    (7) Putting the Proposal Together: Developing a Strategy, Plan, and Budget
    (8) Preparing Federal Grant Proposals for Your School
    (9) Improving and Submitting Your School's Federal Grant Proposal
    (10) Developing Foundation and Corporate Grants Support for Your School
    (11) Improving and Submitting Your School's Foundation/Corporate Proposal
    (12) The Decision: Contacting Grantors and Dealing with Success/Rejection
    (13) The Principal's Role in Administering Grant Funds
    [Proposal writing in education]
    [Proposal writing for grants]

    PRINCIPLES OF PROFESSIONAL FUNDRAISING: USEFUL FOUNDATIONS FOR SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE. San Francisco, Ca. : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1993. 277pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.9 .U5 M58 1993
    Applies concepts and theories from psychology, organizational behavior, and management to provide a framwork that enhances the effectiveness of professional fundraising. Offers models for soliciting donations by discerning the attitudes, influences, and values of potential donors. Includes illustrative planning charts, criteria for selecting fundraising methods, and key elements in the organization of fundraising activities.
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations]

    PRIVATE ACTION AND THE PUBLIC GOOD, see Philanthropy : A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries


    PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS: TAX LAW AND COMPLIANCE, see Philanthropy : A Bibliography of Books Available in the MSU Libraries

    PRIVATE SECTOR PROPOSALS : MODELS OF WINNING STRUCTURE AND STYLE. Leslie A. Ratzlaff, ed. Alexandria, Va. : Capitol Publications, 1992. 118pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.9 .U5 P7 1992
    Presents six actual proposals that won grants from a variety of funders.
    [Proposal writing for grants]
    [Fund raising -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations -- United States]


    PROCEDURES AND PRACTICES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. East Lansing, Mich. : Michigan State University, 1984. 33pp. Funding Center (1 East) LD3245 .M65 P762 1984
    An overview of MSU fundraising activities.
    [Michigan State University]
    [Development Fund]
    [Michigan State University. Foundation]
    [Universities and colleges -- Finance. Fund raising]

    THE PROCESS OF GRANTSMANSHIP AND PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT. Joseph Nocerino, James Marillo, and John Callen. Vienna, Va. : Century Planning Associates, 1979. 150pp. Main Library Stacks HG174 .N63 1979
    [Fund raising]
    [Proposal writing in the social sciences]

    PROFESSIONALS' GUIDE TO FUND RAISING, CORPORATE GIVING, AND PHILANTHROPY -- PEOPLE GIVE TO PEOPLE. Lynda Lee Adams-Chau. Westport, Conn. : Quorum Books, 1988. 175pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.9 .U5 A33 1988
    A guide for professionals and aspiring professionals, staff members and volunteers alike. A concise, readable, overview of fund raising activities in the not-for-profit sector.
    [Fund raising]

    PROFIT MAKING BY NON-PROFITS. Los Angeles, Cal. : Grantsmanship Center, 1982. 24pp. Funding Center (1 East) HD62.6 .P7 1982
    [Nonprofit organizations -- United States]
    [New business enterprises -- United States -- Management]

    PROFITABLE ANNUAL GIFT STRATEGIES. Sioux City, Iowa: Stevenson Consultants, 1999. 48pp. Funding Center (1 East0 HV41.2 .P76 1999
    A guide to running a yearly fund-raising campaign, published by the editors of Successful Fund Raising and The Volunteer Management Report. Sections cover persuading employees to give, expanding an organization's pool of donors, using direct mail, coordinating volunteers, building a membership program, garnering corporate support, and retaining donors from the previous year. The guide draws examples from successful real-life campaigns and includes a "tool chest" of strategies.
    [Fund raising]

    PROGRAM EVALUATION: METHODS AND CASE STUDIES. Emil J. Posavac. Upper Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall, c2007. 7th ed., 336pp. Main Library Stacks H62.5.U5 P62 2007
    1997 or 5th edition also available.
    1985 or 2nd edition also available.
    1980 or 1st edition also available.
    [Evaluation research (social action programs)]

    PROGRAM PLANNING AND PROPOSAL WRITING. Norton J. Kiritz. San Francisco, Cal. : Grantsmanship Center, 1980. 47pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41 .K528 1980
    Designed to assist both grantmaking agencies and individual applicants identify the key concepts of planning a program and writing the corresponding grant proposal. Identifies the following elements: cover letter, introduction, problem statement or needs assessment, objectives, methods, evaluation, future funding, and budget and provides examples of each.
    [Proposal writing in the social sciences]
    [Fund raising]

    PROGRAM-RELATED INVESTMENTS : A GUIDE TO FUNDERS AND TRENDS. Loren Renz and Cynthia W. Massarsky. New York, N.Y. : Foundation Center, 1995. 189pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV97 .P76 1995
    While most foundations make grants to support their programmatic interests, some funders have developed an alternative funding approach - known as program-related investments - for supplying capital to the private sector. This book covers current perspectives from providers and recipients; crucial tips on how organizations have successfully sought out and managed PRIs; a directory of leading PRI providers; examples of over 550 PRIs; and much more.
    [Endowments -- Program-related investments -- United States. ]

    PROGRAM-RELATED INVESTMENTS : A PRIMER. Piton Foundation. Denver, Co. : Council on Foundations, 1986. 1 volume, various pagings. Funding Center (1 East) HV95 .P75 1986
    A guidebook on how to initiate a program-related investment program for a private foundation.
    [Endowments -- United States -- Program-related investments. ]

    PROMOTING ISSUES & IDEAS : A GUIDE TO PUBLIC RELATIONS FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. M. Booth & Associates, Inc. New York, N.Y. : Foundation Center, 1995. 2nd edition, 192pp. Funding Center (1 East) HD62.6 .P76 1995
    An all-in-one guide to public relations for nonprofit organizations. Chapters cover planning, developing informational materials, publicity, advertising, public speaking, special events, crisis management, communications technologies, and evaluating a public relations effort.

    PROPOSAL PLANNING AND WRITING. Lynn E. Miner and Jerry Griffith. Phoenix, Az. : Oryx Press, 1993. 153pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG177.5 .U6 M56 1993
    Provides advice for novice fund raisers on streamlining grant-proposal writing techniques and organizing research and information. Divided into four parts, including: (1) an overview on locating potential donors and developing proposals; (2) writing proposals to foundations and corporations; (3) writing proposals to local, state, or federal government agencies; and (4) the final steps--writing and editing tips and dealing with grant review and possible rejection.
    [Proposal writing for grants]

    PROPOSAL PLANNING AND WRITING. Lynn E. Miner, Jeremy T. Miner, and Jerry Griffith. Phoenix, Az. : Oryx Press, 1998. 2nd edition, 184pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG177.5 .U6 M56 1998
    Thoroughly updated. An excellent self-help book on how to plan, write, and submit grant proposals that get results.
    [Proposal writing for grants]

    PROPOSAL PLANNING AND WRITING. Lynn E. Miner and Jeremy T. Miner. Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 2003 3rd edition, 205pp. Funding Center (1 East0 HG177.5.U6 M56 2003
    Contents: Introduction to grantseeking -- Finding public funds -- Finding private funds -- Preproposal contacts -- The letter proposal -- The proposal introduction -- Statement of the problem -- Goals, objectives, and outcomes -- Methods -- Evaluation -- Dissemination -- Budgets -- Appendixes -- Abstracts -- Writing techniques -- Editing techniques -- Search engines -- Grant review and funding decisions.
    [Proposal writing for grants]

    PROPOSAL PLANNING AND WRITING. Jeremy T. Miner. Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 2008. 4th edition. Funding Center (1 East) HG177.5.U6 M56 2008
    In a world of limited funding, grantseeking is extremely competitive. Grant applications fail and succeed for a number of reasons, and careful proposal planning and writing are critical to success. Now in its 4th edition, this standard guide helps grantseekers navigate the funding process in the Internet age.
    As in earlier editions, this book discusses funding from government, foundation, and corporate sponsors. Included are practical advice and examples on developing proposal ideas, identifying funding sources, creating systems and procedures to support grantseeking activities, developing proposal components, budget forecasting, submission procedures, and follow-up techniques. New to this edition, though, are more extensive information on family foundations; updated websites, including 25% more than in the last edition; more examples of successful proposals, including 9 sample letters complete with annotations; expanded instructions on evaluation and outcomes assessment, which are critical to successful applications; and guidance on project sustainability after grant termination, a factor crucial to securing funding. The volume also includes checklists and a bibliography.
    [Proposal writing for grants]

    PROPOSAL PREPARATION. Rodney Stewart. New York, N.Y.: John Wiley & Sons, 1992. 2nd edition, 353pp. Gast Business Library HF5718.5 .S85 1992
    Divides proposal preparation into three components : the technical aspects, the organization and management aspects, and the costs aspects.

    PROPOSAL WRITER'S GUIDE. Michael E. Burns. Hartford, Conn. : Development and Technical Assistance Center, 1989. 35pp. Main Library Stacks HV41 .B87 1989
    A step-by-step guide to writing the perfect grant proposal. It offers tips and hints for using the proposal in planning, communications, orientations, and marketing. After explaining the eight basic sections of a proposal, it provides sample proposals to use as a guide.
    [Proposal writing for grants]

    PROPOSAL WRITER'S GUIDE. Michael E. Burns. Hartford, Conn. : Development and Technical Assistance Center, 1993. 2nd edition, revised, 64pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.2 .B8 1993
    Provides a format for developing any written request for funds by helping to identify and clarify components of your proposal's style and structure. Includes a checklist to follow when writing your proposal and two new sample proposals.
    [Proposal writing for grants]

    THE PROPOSAL WRITER'S SWIPE FILE. Jean Brodsky, ed. Washington, D.C. : Taft Products, Inc., 1973. 135pp. Funding Center (1 East) H91 .P76
    Contains twelve professionally written grant proposals : prototypes of approaches, styles, and structures.
    [Fund raising]
    [Research grants]

    THE PROPOSAL WRITER'S SWIPE FILE III. Susan Ezell Kalish. Washington, D.C. : Taft Corporation, 1981. 162pp. Main Library Stacks and Funding Center (1 East) H91 .P76 1981
    Fifteen professionally written grant proposals : prototypes of approaches, styles, and structures. Six professional proposal writers invite you to steal ideas from their grant-getting works. Read (and borrow from) these outstanding examples covering grants in such areas as education, the arts, the elderly, youth services and others. The proposals are presented just as they were submitted to corporate and foundation funding officers.
    [Fund raising]
    [Research grants]

    THE PROPOSAL WRITER'S SWIPE FILE : 15 WINNING FUND-RAISING PROPOSALS. Susan Ezell Kalish. Washington, D.C. : Taft Corporation, 1984. 3rd edition, 162pp. Funding Center (1 East) H91 .T29 1984
    A collection of successful proposals from a wide variety of non- profit organizations drawn from the arts, humanities, education, science, and social service fields.
    [Proposal writing in the social sciences]
    [Fund raising]

    PROPOSAL WRITER'S WORKSHOP : A GUIDE TO HELP YOU WRITE WINNING PROPOSALS. Sacramento, Cal. : Curry-Co Publications, 1998. 202pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.9.U5 L43 1998
    [Fund raising -- United States; Proposal writing for grants -- United States; Nonprofit organizations -- United States]

    PROPOSAL WRITING. Soraya M. Coley, Cynthia A. Scheinberg. Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage Publications, 2000. 2nd edition, 101pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41 .C548 2000
    Also available at the Library of Michigan.
    A very well-written all-purpose guide "written primarily for students or beginning to moderately experienced grantwriters working in nonprofit corporations, school districts, or city or county agencies." A good resource especially for human-services professionals.
    [Proposal writing in human services]

    PROPOSAL WRITING : EFFECTIVE GRANTMANSHIP FOR FUNDING. Soraya M. Coley, Ph.D., President, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, Cynthia A. Scheinberg, Ph.D., Private Practice. Los Angeles : SAGE, [2017] 5th edition. Funding Center (1 East) HV41 .C548 2017
    offers a fresh, robust presentation of the basics of program design and proposal writing for community services funding. Authors Soraya M. Coley and Cynthia A. Scheinberg help readers develop the knowledge they need to understand community agencies, identify and describe community needs, identify funding sources, develop a viable program evaluation, prepare a simple line-item budget, and write a compelling need statement. The jargon-free, step-by-step presentation makes the book as useful to students in the university classroom as to first-time grant writers in the nonprofit setting.

    PROPOSAL WRITING IN THE HUMAN SERVICES. Soroya M. Coley, Cynthia A. Scheinberg. Newbury Park, CA : Sage, c1990. 130pp. Main Library Stacks HV41 .C548 1990 **X**
    A guide to the process of proposal development and design. Written primarily for beginning and moderately-experienced grantwriters in both public and private human service agencies who have only received on-the-job or learn-as-you-go training.
    [Proposal writing in the social sciences]

    PROPOSALS THAT WIN FEDERAL CONTRACTS. Barry L. McVay. Woodbridge, Va. : Panoptic Enterprises, 1989. 334pp. Gast Business Library KF849 .M42 1989
    Partial contents include : making the right bid / no bid decision; planning and organizing the proposal writing effort to maximize resources; writing a persuasive and effective cost proposal; understanding allowable and unallowable costs; the accounting system; what government auditors look for when reviewing proposals; how the government evaluates proposals; and strategies for negotiating successfully.
    [Public contracts -- United States]

    PROPOSALS THAT WORK : A GUIDE FOR PLANNING DISSERTATIONS AND GRANT PROPOSALS. Lawrence F. Locke, Wannen Wyrick Spirduso, and Stephen J. Silverman. Newbury Park, Cal. : Sage Publications, c1987 2nd edition, 271pp. Main Library Stacks AZ105 .L54 1987
    [Proposal writing in research]
    [Research grants]
    [Fund raising]

    PROPOSALS THAT WORK : A GUIDE FOR PLANNING DISSERTATIONS AND GRANT PROPOSALS. Lawrence F. Locke, Wannen Wyrick Spirduso, and Stephen J. Silverman. Newbury Park, Cal. : Sage Publications, 1993. 3rd edition, 323pp. Funding Center (1 East) and Gull Lake Library AZ105 .L54 1993
    An essential guide to writing research proposals, including specimen proposals from a number of social science disciplines, with complete critiques of each proposal. Contains a Chapter on how to obtain funding for research.
    [Proposal writing in research]
    [Research grants]
    [Fund raising]

    PROPOSALS THAT WORK : A GUIDE FOR PLANNING DISSERTATIONS AND GRANT PROPOSALS. Lawrence F. Locke, Wannen Wyrick Spirduso, and Stephen J. Silverman. Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage, c2000. 4th edition, 350pp. Funding Center (1 East) AZ105 .L54 2000
    [Proposal writing in research -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Dissertations, Academic -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Research grants -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]
    [Fund raising -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    PROPOSALS THAT WORK : A GUIDE FOR PLANNING DISSERTATIONS AND GRANT PROPOSALS. Lawrence F. Locke. Sage, 2007. 5th edition, 354pp. Funding Center (1 East) Q180.55.P7 L63 2007
    Contains valuable advice and information on funding: The authors provide essential information on identifying and obtaining student funding for theses and dissertations. They also include a full chapter for scholars and professionals on applying for research grant funding.

    PROSPECT RESEARCH : A HOW-TO GUIDE. Bobbie J. Strand and Susan Hunt. Washington, D.C. : Council for Advancement and Support of Education, 1986. 150pp. Main Library Stacks LB2336 .P76 1986
    How to locate and investigate potential major donors. [Educational fund raising -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Endowments -- United States -- Evaluation -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Philanthropists -- United States -- Rating of -- Handbooks, manuals, etc]

    PROSPECT RESEARCH : A PRIMER FOR GROWING NONPROFITS. Cecilia Hogan with contributions by David Lamb. Boston, Mass. : Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2004. 390pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG177 .H64 2004
    This book discusses how nonprofit organizations can identify and gather information about people who might make large donations. Cecilia Hogan, development researcher at the University of Puget Sound, in Tacoma, Wash., describes both the role researchers play in an organization's fund-raising efforts and the specific approaches they use to help charities win contributions. Before proceeding with research on donors, Ms. Hogan warns, nonprofit organizations must put in place and enforce policies to protect the privacy of the people they are investigating. She lists criteria for distinguishing fund-raising information that is publicly available, accurate, and relevant from information that is too invasive. And she advises charities to consider carefully who in their organizations should have access to what information and how donor files should be stored or, when no longer needed, destroyed. The book describes how to compile a large list of potential donors and determine how much each might contribute; it also advises researchers on presenting fund raisers with background information about prospective donors that might be helpful during solicitations. The book includes sample documents to keep track of donor information and a list of Web pages and contact information for organizations that might help fund-raising researchers.
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- Finance]

    PROSPECT RESEARCH: A PRIMER FOR GROWING NONPROFITS. Cecilia Hogan. Boston, Mass. : Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2008. 2nd edition, 420pp. Funding Center (1 East) HG177 .H64 2008
    The guide provides advice on a variety of topics including research planning, prospect screening, prospect tracking, and research tools. In a new chapter, Hogan explains how to use special formulas and calculations to estimate an individual's giving capacity. You will also find useful documents in the appendix, including sample prospect research request forms to help streamline your procedures within your organization.
    [Fund raising]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- Finance]


    PROSPECT RESEARCH FOR FUNDRAISERS : THE ESSENTIAL HANDBOOK. Jennifer Filla and Helen Brown. Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., [2013] 216pp. Funding Center (1 East) HV41.2 .F55 2013
    Written especially for front-line fundraisers, Prospect Research for Fundraisers presents a practical understanding of prospect research, prospect management, and fundraising analytics, demonstrating how research can be used to raise more money. Filled with examples, case studies, interviews, and stories, this unique book is structured around the fundraising cycle and illustrates the myriad of current and ever-changing prospect research tools and techniques available to boost an organization's fundraising effectiveness....From essential overviews to how-to-search skills, this practical book gives development officers the tools to understand how to use prospect research in ways that best fit their goals for each stage of the fundraising cycle....Provides practical insight to understand the best use of each prospect research tool and technique Features a companion website with a variety of online tools to help readers implement key concepts....Part of the AFP Fund Development Series.

    PROSPECT RESEARCHER'S GUIDE TO BIOGRAPHICAL RESEARCH COLLECTIONS. Jane Kokernak, ed. Rockville, Md. : Fund Raising Institute, Taft Group, 1992. 339pp. Main Library Z731 .P75 1992
    Lists more than 1,000 libraries and information centers that contain collections of interest to fund raisers who want to do research on individuals, corporations, or foundations. Newspaper, genealogical, business, fund-raising, foundation, and historical libraries are outlined and grouped by state and city. Profiles include the major subjects of material in the collection, contact person, number of staff persons, special collections, holdings, services, publication names, and automated operations. The libraries are indexed alphabetically, and other indexes include state listings of newspapers and news magazines, biographical collections, and fund-raising collections.

    PROSPECTING : SEARCHING OUT THE PHILANTHROPIC DOLLAR. Elizabeth Koochoo. Washington, D.C. : Taft Group, 1979. 69pp. Business Library HV41 .K66
    Shows how to set up systems for keeping records on potential donors and how to analyze a donor's potential for contributing to an organization.
    [Fund raising -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]

    Portland State University Continuing Education Press. 2005. Funding Center (1 East) HG177 .W45 2005 bk.1
    Proven Strategies is the first in the forthcoming series Grantwriting Beyond the Basics, being designed to inspire grantwriters to take your grant development strategies to the next level. As the introductory volume, it is more broad in scope, dealing with a wider array of topics than the others. Each volume that follows will cover a specific grantwriting theme in depth, emphasizing new strategies to strengthen the individual components of your proposal.
    [Fund raising]
    [Proposal writing for grants]
    [Nonprofit organizations -- Finance]

    PUBLIC LIBRARIES AND PRIVATE FUND RAISING : OPPORTUNITIES & ISSUES. Thomas H. Jeavons. Evanston, Ill. : Urban Libraries Council, 1994. 76pp. Main Library Stacks Z683 .J4 1994
    Discusses the pros and cons of private grants and gifts in sustaining public libraries and creating new ones, particularly in the face of increasing government budget cuts. Also assesses which fundraising techniques are best suited for public libraries by taking into account cost, potential return, and the effect private funds could have on a library's organizational and ideological priorities.

    PUBLICATION GRANTS FOR WRITER AND PUBLISHERS : HOW TO FIND THEM, WIN THEM, AND MANAGE THEM! Karin R. Park. Phoenix, Az. : Oryx Press, 1991. 105pp. Funding Center (1 East) Z283 .P37 1991
    Provides step-by-step information on investigating sources of funds and preparing and submitting grant proposals. The authors also discuss publication costs, federal and non-federal program opportunities, institutional support, and grant administration, as well as providing sample application forms, mission statements, budgets, questionnaires, and an annotated bibliography of related resources.

    PUBLISHING THE NONPROFIT ANNUAL REPORT: TIPS, TRAPS, AND TRICKS OF THE TRADE. Caroline Taylor. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 2002. xxi, 217pp. Gast Business Library HG4028.B2 T38 2002
    Explains how an annual report is an important part of a nonprofit's overall communications strategy. Identifies the necessary participants in the process, explains what segments of the publication are mandatory, provides tools for tracking the process, guidance for writing and editing the text, determining appropriate illustrations, the role of the designer, and gives pointers for working with photographers, printers and mail houses. Provides numerous tables, figures, and exhibits. With glossary and index.
    [Report writing]

    PUTTING THE FUN IN FUND RAISING. Philip T. Drotning. Chicago, Ill. : Contemporary Books, Inc., 1979. 177pp. Main Library Stacks HV41 .D76
    1981 edition also available.
    One Chapter is devoted to the fine art of begging, another to the solicitation of major corporations and foundations, but its primary purpose is to assist the millions of dedicated and generous individuals who volunteer to manage or work on local fund-raising events.

    QUEST FOR FUNDS : INSIDER'S GUIDE TO CORPORATE AND FOUNDATION FUNDING. Joe Breiteneicher. Washington, D.C. : National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1983. 27pp. Main Library Stacks HV41 .B657 1983
    Provides a series of tips including the necessity of understanding the difference between grazing at the public trough and seeking funding from private sources; the necessity of developing community support; the need to diversify support; the advantages of cooperative efforts; and the need to development management skills.

    QUICK PROPOSAL WORKBOOK. David Lynn Conrad. San Francisco, Cal. : Public Management Institute, 1980. 115pp. Funding Center (1 East0 HV41 .C639 1980
    A workbook for developing better proposal ideas, transforming these ideas into projects suitable for funding, simplifying the budget process, constructing the best possible proposal, and writing the proposal. Includes worksheets. [Fund raising -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Grants-in-aid -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.]

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