If Only You'd Known, You Would Have Raised So Much More
Making Money with Donor Newsletters
Seeing through a Donor's Eyes
What Your Donors Want…and Why
Kay Sprinkel Grace
The Busy Volunteer's Guide to Fundraising
The Ultimate Board Member’s Book
Transform Your Board Into a Fundraising Force
Kay is a prolific writer, creative thinker, inspiring speaker, and reflective practitioner. Her passion for philanthropy and its capacity to transform donors, organizations, and communities is well-known in the U.S. and internationally. Kay lives in San Francisco and is an enthusiastic photographer, traveler, hiker, and creative writer. When not writing, speaking, or consulting, you can find her with her children and grandchildren who live in San Francisco, upstate New York, and France.
Fundraising Realities Every Board Member Must Face
David has spent much of his professional life in the nonprofit sector, serving in development and administrative positions for educational, cultural, and health organizations throughout America.
Train Your Board (and Everyone Else) to Raise Money (with Andy Robinson)
Andrea Kihlstedt is fascinated by what makes people tick. She has spent the last 27 years as a capital campaign consultant, working with organizations large and small, giving her ample opportunities to observe remarkable people who through their courage, commitment, and energies make our world a better place through fundraising. She lives in New York City with her husband, Tyko.
Going for the Green! How to Raise Money with Charity Golf
Tom King has worked with nonprofit organizations for more than a quarter century as a teacher, recreation therapist, program director, executive director, PR director, development officer, workshop facilitator, media consultant, advocate, and organizer. King has facilitated five startup nonprofits, reorganized two and was appointed to the Texas Department of TransportationÕs Public Transportation Advisory Committee for his transit advocacy work. A veteran charity golf tournament organizer, King has planned and directed a string of successful charity tournaments and special events. He is currently developing virtual-village.org, a networking tool for volunteers, advocates, community leaders, staff and organizers of faith and community-based agencies.
The 11 Questions Every Donor Asks and the Answers All Donors Crave
How to Create Lifelong Donors through Monthly Giving
Harvey McKinnon is co-author of the international bestseller, The Power of Giving (Tarcher/Penguin), selected as an Amazon Best Book for 2005. His other works include, Hidden Gold, and the audio CD How Today’s Rich Give (Jossey-Bass), as well as the Tiny Essentials of Monthly Committed Giving (White Lion Press). McKinnon, who is one of North America’s leading fundraising experts, runs the Vancouver/Toronto based fundraising consultancy, Harvey McKinnon Associates (HMA) www.harveymckinnon.com.
The Fundraising Habits of Supremely Successful Boards
The Fundraiser's Measuring Stick
Making a Case Your Donors Will Love
The late Jerold Panas was among a small handful of the grandmasters of American fundraisers. He was considered one of the top writers in the field and a number of his books have achieved classic status. Hailed by Newsweek as "the Robert Schuller of fundraising," Jerry was a favorite speaker at conferences and workshops throughout the nation. He served as executive director of one of the premier firms in America and was the co-founder of the Institute for Charitable Giving. The very term "philanthropy" would mean less without Jerry's influence.
Train Your Board (and Everyone Else) to Raise Money (with Andrea Kihlstedt)
What Every Board Member Needs to Know, Do, and Avoid
Andy Robinson (www.andyrobinsononline.com) provides training and consulting for nonprofits in fundraising, board development, marketing, earned income, leadership development, and facilitation. Over the past 16 years Andy has worked with organizations in 47 U.S. states and Canada. He specializes in the needs of groups working for human rights, social justice, environmental conservation, arts, and community development.
The Ultimate Insider's Guide to Winning Foundation Grants
Martin Teitel has worked in the world of nonprofits for 45 years, 30 of them for grant making foundations, including a 12-year stint at CEO of the Cedar Tree Foundation in Boston. Teitel has a PhD in philosophy from the Union Institute, Cincinnati, and a Masters in Social Work from San Diego State University. He is a Field Education Supervisor for the Harvard Divinity School.
Raising $1000 Gifts by Mail in the Age of Email and Social Media
Mal Warwick is the founder and chairman of Mal Warwick | Donordigital (www.malwarwick.com), Berkeley, CA, and Washington, DC), a fundraising agency specializing in integrated, multi-channel fundraising and marketing that has served nonprofit organizations nationwide since 1979. The agency has served many of America’s biggest and most-loved causes and institutions. Currently, Mal is an entrepreneur and impact investor who reviews books on his blog, www.malwarwickonbooks.com. He is one of three partners in the One World Play Project, which has distributed more than 1.5 million virtually indestructible soccer balls that never go flat to disadvantaged children in 175 countries.
The Board Member's Easier Than You Think Guide to Nonprofit Finances (with Andy Robinson)
Nancy Wasserman is the principal of Sleeping Lion Associates, a consulting firm that works with mission-driven ventures to identify, analyze, and address strategic questions and develop plans for implementing new programs or ventures. She has helped businesses, nonprofits, cooperatives, and government agencies better understand their financials, prepare feasibility analyses, and develop business and program plans. Nancy has extensive experience with groups working in social finance, sustainable development, energy efficiency, agriculture, and affordable housing.
How to Connect with Donors and Double the Money You Raise (eBook)
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.