The articles within this volume of the Journal of Donor Relations & Stewardship (The Journal) encourage practitioners to evaluate the work they do in terms of quality and quantity using standard measurements and approaches that might be new. The articles include notable differences of perspective on some methods. The crucial message for practitioners, who in many cases might be the expert in donor relations and stewardship within their institution, is to consider new and varied ways of evaluating their programs. The ideas delivered in this volume challenge the definition of ?best practices? by asking for routine confirmation current practices in terms of their outcomes within the given donor community.The Journal is a periodic serial publication produced in paperback and digital formats as individual volumes dated with month and year of release. The content of The Journal is specific to issues of donor relations and stewardship and is intended as a professional forum for advancing the principles on which the field of practice is based.Please search the Journal of Donor Relations & Stewardship in order to review other volumes of the Journal of Donor Relations & Stewardship on Amazon.com.