This bestselling book is one of the most widely used in the fieldby nonprofit organizations across the country. A soup to nutsdescription of how to build, maintain and expand an individualdonor program, this book is often called "the Bible of grassrootsfundraising."
Praise for the Sixth Edition of Fundraising for Social Change
"People love Kim's fundraising wisdom and her keen ability toconnect fund development with what matters in our communities. Ialways recommend Fundraising for Social Change to organizations inneed of a book with ideas they can use right away as well asinformation about how to build a successful long-term fundraisingprogram."
—Steve Lew, senior projects director, CompassPoint NonprofitServices
"I used Fundraising for Social Change as a textbook for my classfor many years and often recommend it to grassroots organizationsas a primer for developing a fundraising strategy. Kim's years ofexperience and her own broad knowledge of the field give the bookheft and credibility. Her pragmatism and sense of humor make itreadable and engaging."
—Maria Mottola, executive director, New York Foundation
"The information and inspiration we have received from Kim Klein'sbooks have been key to our grassroots fundraising efforts. Somepeople go back to Proust; I go back to her specifics about how towrite a fundraising plan that actually works!"
—Bob Fulkerson, state director, Progressive LeadershipAlliance of Nevada (PLAN)
"Kim makes me a believer again whenever I am in her presence?be itthrough her spoken or written word. While she provides the basicsof raising money in an accessible form, what I truly value is thedeep sense of purpose she reawakens in me as afundraiser-activist."
—Miguel Gavaldón, fundraising coach and trainer,Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training
"Whatever role I am in, I turn to Fundraising for Social Change.Working with Kim to present Fundraising for Social Change workshopsin communities changes lives?both professional andpersonal?including mine. She offers hands-on experience andextraordinary human values to the nonprofit sector, as well asskilled expertise in teaching others how to make fundraising funand meaningful to our whole life."
—Jaune Evans, development chair, Yerba Buena Center for theArts
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