Sponsored by the Indiana Center on PhilanthropyThis groundbreaking sourcebook takes a major step toward developing a code of professional ethics for fundraisers. The examination of the fundraising profession in the moral life of a civil society is the topic of the first three chapters. These chapters are meant to give fundraisers a better and more elevated view of their work as much as to help their donors, bosses, and friends understand that fundraising may be difficult work, but it is certainly not dirty work. The remaining five chapters deal with ethics and the practical issues of fundraising, such as personal and professional decision making, the nonprofit board of directors, compensation methods, research, and fundraising management. This is the sixth issue of the quarterly journal New Directions for Philanthropic Fundraising.
Specification: New Directions for Philanthropic Fundraising, Ethics in Fundraising: Putting Values into Practice, No. 6 (J-B PF Single…