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How to Connect with Donors and Double the Money You Raise - eBook
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by Thomas Wolf, 109 pp.
Focus groups have shown that donors want two things:
1) An organization with integrity.
2) To be recognized as individuals, not numbers.
How to Connect with Donors and Double the Money You Raise can't help you with the first. Where author Thomas Wolf shines is with showing you how to engage donors in a multitude of ways that YOU will like and THEY will love. You already have donors. And they're willing to give more. But they bristle at being treated like movable pieces in a fundraising puzzle. Donors are clear about what they want. They're not coy. How to heed their wishes, and tap into their generosity, is Wolf's single-minded focus.
About the Author
Dr. Thomas Wolf’s career encompasses the fields of philanthropy, nonprofit management, education, and the arts.
After serving as the founding Director of the New England Foundation for the Arts for seven years, he established a consulting firm in 1983 (now called WolfBrown) to assist nonprofit organizations and the philanthropic sector.
Helping his clients increase fundraising results and improve management practices, he also assisted 10 of the 50 largest U.S. foundations and various government agencies with their grants programs.
At the same time, his workshops and convocations for trustees, administrators, and volunteers have earned him national recognition.
Wolf holds a doctorate in education from Harvard, and has taught at Harvard and Boston Universities. He is the author of the definitive textbook on nonprofit management that has been in print for over a quarter century (now titled Managing a Nonprofit Organization) and he has written numerous other books and articles.
A professional flutist whose career included touring with the Goldovsky Opera Theatre and founding Bay Chamber Concerts in Maine, he is currently listed in the International Who’s Who of Music.
Table of Contents
PERSONAL NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR
- I’d love to get to know you better
- Enough about me!
- What’s wrong with talking about money?
- It’s the donor’s ballgame
- Thank you. Thank you. Thank you!
- Remember the children
- Can you be too close to ask?
- Why isn’t he giving?!
- When donors disappoint
- Recovering from a fumble
- But I can’t stand the fellow!
- Whose friend are you anyway?
- We honor his memory
- Grantmakers need attention too