Donors are People Too: Managing Relationships with Your Ministry's Major Contributors - eBook
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Vendor: Worthy Publishing
Publication Date: 2017
"Tim Smiths book, Donors Are People Too, should be mandatory reading for every not-for-profit organization. It provides the secret sauce for successful fundraising and donor development. Tim is leading the effort to raise $1 billion dollars for Museum of the Bible over a five year period. Using the principles found in his book he is on track to accomplish this amazing task." CARY SUMMERS, President, Museum of the Bible "I left the law firm world in 2000 to join the nonprofit world. As part of my career transition, I looked for every book I could find that would give me a better understanding of this new-fangled world I was entering. Fortunately, I stumbled upon Donors are People Too by Tim Smith. Through Tims book and interaction with him, I realized how necessary it was to put donors first rather than the cause I was advocating. Sixteen years later, Ive been part of almost $2 billion in contributions." WILLIAM HIGH, CEO, National Christian Foundation Heartland "The truth is, Tim Smiths remarkable book Donors Are People Too has become a virtual Bible for the nonprofit world. It doesnt matter if youre with a major, national organization with serious funding, or just starting to tackle a good cause but dont have a penny in your pocket. With Tims book, youll stop 'asking' for money and start 'inspiring' people to make a dream happen. And in the process, you just might change the world." PHIL COOKE, PH.D., Media producer and consultant and author of Unique: Telling Your Story in the Age of Brands and Social Media
Tim Smith brings more than 30 years of experience in the nonprofit world to his role as Vice President of Development for Museum of the Bible. Most recently, Tim was chief development officer at Food for the Hungry, a Phoenix-based nonprofit seeking to end world hunger, where he managed the organizations global fundraising and marketing activities. Tim lives in Kansas City, Missouri.
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