These titles are written and used by academics and practitioners alike. Each title explores a fundraising activity within its historical, ethical and theoretical context and relates to current fundraising practice. The series is being revised in association with the Centre for Philanthropy at the University of Kent and is led by Dr Claire Routley and Dr Beth Breeze. We are also indebted to Professor Adrian Sargeant for his early enthusiasm for and mentoring of the series. The Fundraising Series is also supported by The Chartered Institute of Fundraising as a member benefit on titles bought individually but not in addition to other offers such as the separate bundle offer below.
To help you to develop the right skills and know-how to hone your approach, this guide brings together some of the charity sector’s top community fundraisers to share their expertise and practical advice. This second edition explores everything that you need to know. Packed with case studies, it covers strategy, planning and the key activities that make up community fundraising, from cash collections to small-scale and mass participation events.
With charity–corporate partnerships now more high profile than ever, the number of charity and corporate players working fruitfully together is on the increase.
The way you approach fundraising can make all the difference to your charity’s success and its ultimate survival. This book will help you approach fundraising strategy with confidence.
This guide shows you how to maximise the value of grants fundraising for your charity. Whether you’re new to the role or not, this title is essential reading for all grants fundraisers.
This leading guide brings together the biggest thinkers and most experienced fundraisers from the charity sector worldwide to offer you sound practical advice to getting your bequests right.
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