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Fundraising expert Kim Klein has trained thousands of groups and individuals to cultivate assets that make good works possible. In this clear, organized training package, she presents the easy-to-learn core competencies of fundraising without specialized jargon. A peer-led program designed for use with its companion Participant Manual, this book walks you through the most common fundraising scenarios with dependable information, methods, prompts, and preparation guidelines. Realistic time allowances keep the training within reach of busy volunteers.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 128 Vendor: John Wiley & Sons Publication Date: 2000
Dimensions: 11 X 8.5 (inches) ISBN: 0787951307 ISBN-13: 9780787951306 Availability: Usually ships in 24-48 hours.
A nationally known consultant presents a start-to-finish guide on all aspects of non-profit fundraising geared specifically to religious organizations. Includes information for leaders and a participant's workbook with worksheets and strategies.
Kim Klein is an internationally known fundraising trainer, speaker, and consultant. She has worked in religious and secular settings as a staff member, board member, and volunteer. She is co-owner of nonprofit publisher Chardon Press, and author of Fundraising for the Long Haul and Fundraising for Social Change, which is now in its fourth edition and widely used as a textbook. Founder of Grassroots Fundraising Journal, she also has a popular video series on fundraising.
"Ask and You Shall Receive is hands-on, practical, spiritual, and speaks to all of us who are committed to promoting a progressive religious voice. As a Jew, I particularly appreciate the range of examples and the commitment to ecumenism." --Marjorie Fine, cochair, Interfaith Funders Network
"This is a blessing of a book, written by a woman uniquely qualified to guide religious activists seeking financial support for the work of justice. From novice fundraisers to experienced professionals training volunteers, people who need fresh ways to present ideas and strategies need this book." --The Reverend Susan Starr, community minister, First Unitarian Church of Oakland
"Good works rely on good work, and Kim Klein's careful guidance in building support for good works really helps us in the religious community do the work we intend to do." --The Reverend Hugh Wire, fundraising consultant, and board chair for fundraising, Seeds of Learning