Raising More with Less: An Essential Fundraising Guide for Nonprofit Professionals and Board Members (In the Trenches)

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Raising More with Less will take you step-by-step through creating or improving your nonprofit organization?s development program, whether you have no paid fundraising staff members or are fortunate enough to have one full-time staffer or more. It is written for the reader who is in (or will be creating) a small development shop with just one person or only a few to handle fundraising. This book is for you if you are any of these: Just starting a career in fundraising. An executive director or CEO of a nonprofit. Responsible for an organization that has limited or no history or experience with fundraising. A board member or other volunteer who has been charged with the responsibility of leading fundraising efforts. Are a seasoned fundraising professional and want to brush up on the basics and get some new ideas. Have become stale and want to become reenergized and reinvigorated about fundraising. About the Author Amy Eisenstein, MPA, CFRE is also the author of 50 A$ks in 50 Weeks: A Guide to Better Fundraising for Your Small Development Shop and is a contributing author to You and Your Nonprofit: Practical Advice and Tips from the CharityChannel Professional Community. Through writing, speaking, and consulting, Amy helps nonprofit staff and board members raise more money for the organizations they love. She is the principal of Tri Point Fundraising, a full-service consulting firm that supports organizations with capital and annual campaigns, individual giving and major gifts programs, and provides board and staff member training and support. She is also a frequent speaker at conferences, meetings, and retreats. Amy received her master?s degree in Public Administration and Nonprofit Management from the Wagner Graduate School at New York University and her bachelor?s degree from Douglass College at Rutgers University. She is the president-elect of the Association of Fundraising Professionals? New Jersey Chapter. She has been a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) since 2004, and became a certified Master Trainer in 2009. About the In the Trenches(tm) Series This is part of the popular In the Trenches series publishing by CharityChannel Press, a project of the CharityChannel professional community. You?ll know an In the Trenches book not just by its cover, but by the author?s fun, upbeat writing style. But don?t be fooled by its down-to-earth approach and ample use of sidebars. In the Trenches books are authoritative and cover what a beginner should know to get started and progress rapidly, and what a more experienced nonprofit-sector practitioner needs to move forward in the subject.

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Raising More with Less will take you step-by-step through creating or improving your nonprofit organization?s development program, whether you have no paid fundraising staff members or are fortunate enough to have one full-time staffer or more. It is written for the reader who is in (or will be creating) a small development shop with just one person or only a few to handle fundraising. This book is for you if you are any of these: Just starting a career in fundraising. An executive director or CEO of a nonprofit. Responsible for an organization that has limited or no history or experience with fundraising. A board member or other volunteer who has been charged with the responsibility of leading fundraising efforts. Are a seasoned fundraising professional and want to brush up on the basics and get some new ideas. Have become stale and want to become reenergized and reinvigorated about fundraising. About the Author Amy Eisenstein, MPA, CFRE is also the author of 50 A$ks in 50 Weeks: A Guide to Better Fundraising for Your Small Development Shop and is a contributing author to You and Your Nonprofit: Practical Advice and Tips from the CharityChannel Professional Community. Through writing, speaking, and consulting, Amy helps nonprofit staff and board members raise more money for the organizations they love. She is the principal of Tri Point Fundraising, a full-service consulting firm that supports organizations with capital and annual campaigns, individual giving and major gifts programs, and provides board and staff member training and support. She is also a frequent speaker at conferences, meetings, and retreats. Amy received her master?s degree in Public Administration and Nonprofit Management from the Wagner Graduate School at New York University and her bachelor?s degree from Douglass College at Rutgers University. She is the president-elect of the Association of Fundraising Professionals? New Jersey Chapter. She has been a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) since 2004, and became a certified Master Trainer in 2009. About the In the Trenches(tm) Series This is part of the popular In the Trenches series publishing by CharityChannel Press, a project of the CharityChannel professional community. You?ll know an In the Trenches book not just by its cover, but by the author?s fun, upbeat writing style. But don?t be fooled by its down-to-earth approach and ample use of sidebars. In the Trenches books are authoritative and cover what a beginner should know to get started and progress rapidly, and what a more experienced nonprofit-sector practitioner needs to move forward in the subject.

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Raising More with Less: An Essential Fundraising Guide for Nonprofit Professionals and Board Members (In the Trenches)

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