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Membership or Friends schemes offer many advantages for not-for-profit organisations and those involved in them.
Such schemes are being used increasingly by a variety of organisations including health and welfare charities, museums, and heritage and arts groups.
This title sets out the key issues that need to be addressed if an organisation is to benefit from this potentially rich stream of funding and support. With information of value to those wishing to establish new schemes or evaluate and improve existing ones, the book covers:
- the nature of members
- what a membership scheme can do for the organisation
- what it can do for its members
- devising a membership scheme
- managing a membership scheme
- how do I manage an events programme?
- when a scheme needs to change.
Illustrated with case studies throughout, the book provides a wealth of practical advice on every aspect of fundraising for charity.
- ISBN 978 1 903991 50 3
- 212 page(s)
- 1st edition, 2004
- April 2004