Guide for Charities
by Edmund G. Brown Jr.
Number of pages: 60
The Attorney General's Guide for Charities is intended to help volunteers and others who serve as directors, officers or fundraisers for nonprofit charitable organizations. It provides practical information and answers to questions frequently asked about charities.
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by Dennis R. Young - Lexington Books
The nonprofit sector faces new demands for services that have become more difficult to provide in the face of inflationary pressures. The primary purpose of the book is to develop the rudiments of a theory of behavior of nonprofit organization.
by Nick Allen, at al. - Groundspring.org
The Internet has opened up new opportunities for nonprofits. This handbook is organized around two components: an interactive web site followed by an email communications program, and a strategy for attracting new potential donors to the website.
by Carol J. De Vita, Cory Fleming - The Urban Institute
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