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41. American Fund Raising Institute - How-To Booklets
If you are planning to change positions any when writing short explanations forfund raising materials, conversing Everything you need to teach Realtors how
"How-to" Booklets
If you need an idea, try one or more of our booklets that catch your fancy. These are not hard back books. The booklets range from eight to 50 pages depending on their complexity. Join your neighbors and look into using a leader in nonprofit consultation. . .
A merican F und R aising I nstitute® Just a few of our the customers who have used these booklets: Organizations such as American Legion Posts, Elks Lodges, Loyal Order of Moose, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Knights of Columbus, Rotary, Kiwanis, Jaycees, Chamber of Commerce, Churches and Parishes, Volunteer Fire and Rescue Depts., Athletic Clubs, Associations, Colleges and Universities, Conventions, Sales Meetings, Public and Parochial Schools, Political Groups, Resort Hotels, Golf and Country Clubs, Armed Forces, Summer Camps, Campgrounds, Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Retirement Communities and many, many other groups.
It is our sincere desire that one or more of the following projects or any other material, listed herein, will assist you in raising needed funds or otherwise improve the organization of your church, club, civic organization or charity. To use the online form, check the box to the left of each booklet you would like to purchase and fill in the information at the bottom of the form. When you press the "Send Information" button, your order will be sent via e-mail and processed. If there are any questions about your order, you will be contacted via your listed phone number or e-mail address.

42. American Fund Raising Institute - Send Us Your Jokes
or not you enter the profession of fund raising, learn as so that you can understandit, perhaps teach it and years, and associate in all of my planning, and in
Meet One of America's Greatest Treasures
Almost all of today's professional fund raisers have heard of and/or read Herold J. Seymour's Designs for Fund Raising. However, the 1950s, 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s have produced many outstanding fund raisers who have earned credibility and respect from their peers. American Fund Raising Institute feels like these people are nothing short of being among America's Greatest Treasures and is proud to introduce you to these men and women. Several years ago, Bill Doyle began working on a book, known to Doyle as a labor of love, containing somewhat of a profile of these individuals. The book is still in the working stages. However, we persuaded him to share some of the information he has gathered on these great men and women. Best of all, these Treasures are still living and when you see them, tell them how much you appreciate their leadership in our profession. We hope you enjoy!
Following is a piece we ran on Hank Rosso last year. His death on February 1, saddens us all. It was a great honor to know Hank and to love him for all that he has done for our profession. I was glad that he got to read this piece when we first ran it. He even made some updates to it, so it would be accurate. Not many of us know the joy of being appreciated in our lifetime, but Hank did. He knew how we all felt about him and he returned that love in every way he could think of. One thing is sure, God will never again have a a shortage of funds for any of his projects, now that Hank is there to take charge of the fund raising. One more time, thanks for everything Hank, look in on my son Jay and tell him I miss him too. . . we love you.

43. The Fund Raising School-Course Catalog
is the framework for everything that we teach and is Work with The fund Raising Schoolto design a short training, working with your team, and planning for long
Proven Strategies for Fundraising Professionals Registration Form The full text of the 2004 Course Directory appears below. CONTENTS Henry A. Rosso Medal Recipients
The Center on Philanthroy Senior Staff

The Fund Raising School Staff

The Fund Raising School Advantage
... Rosso Medal Since 1990, the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University has honored outstanding individuals with the Henry A. Rosso Medal for lifetime achievement in ethical fundraising. The award is named in honor of Hank Rosso (1917-1999), a founder of the Center and founding director of The Fund Raising School. This tribute was first presented to Mr. Rosso for his work in establishing a means for fundraising professionals to learn about ethical philanthropic fundraising and for creating concepts of discipline and dignity in the profession. His teaching inspired generations of fundraisers, and his books are considered the handbooks for fundraising professionals. In presenting the Rosso medal, the Center strives to encourage ethical fundraising and to recognize those whose contributions have benefited the profession immeasurably. 2003 AWARDEES
Dr. Rita Bornstein

44. Hank Rosso's Achieving Excellence In Fund Raising, 2nd Edition
of stars Hank had recruited to teach in The is on institutional readiness and fundamentalsof successful fund raising. Articles from those on planning to case
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45. Data Mining For Fund Raisers
We Review Data Mining for fund raisers The purpose of this book is to teach fundraisersto use their donor databases to focus on their most likely prospects.
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Contact Us Question? Need help? We'll respond promptly. Search Search the site (but not the forums) Search eNewsletters and CharityNews only Search the forum archives Today's We Review Sponsor This webpage uses Javascript to display some content. Please enable Javascript in your browser and reload this page. We Review Data Mining for Fund Raisers By Peter Wylie Apr 23, 2004, 22:08 PST Subscribe Email this issue Printer friendly page Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) 2004 Reviewed by: Robert Weiner , President, Robert L. Weiner Consulting

46. AHP Certification - Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE)
or management projects (ie, longrange strategic planning. Certification Board certifiesfund raising professionals It is not intended to teach individuals how
CANADA MID-ATLANTIC MIDWEST NEW ENGLAND ... Home Page AHP Certification Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) The Certified Fund Raising Executive program is open to any eligible fund-raising professional, regardless of professional association affiliation. All potential candidates must meet the following qualifications:
  • Paid, professional Employment for a minimum of five (5) of the most recent eight (8) years, allowing for employment gaps; A minimum of 80 points in Education , consisting of points awarded for academic education and continuing education (1 point per clock-hour or .1 CEU). CFRE candidates are expected to have participated in on-going educational activities. A minimum of 55 points in the area of Performance . Points are earned for actual dollars raised (1 point per $25,000) and/or for major communications efforts (i.e., public relations campaigns) and/or management projects (i.e., long-range strategic planning. Points totaling a minimum of 55 in the area of Service which looks at a candidate's personal commitment to the spirit of philanthropy through participation in professional associations and/or community organizations (i.e., local church, youth groups, etc.)
  • 47. Planning Guide For Partner Churches For GBGMs In Mission Together Program
    that will be needed (mission budget, fund raisers, etc pastor s salaries and providefunds for operating to hold several orientation and planning meetings for
    Planning Guide for Partner Churches for GBGM's 'In Mission Together' Program NOTE: Once the particular GBGM partnership coordinator involved has assigned you a partner church, the following is meant to be an aid to your planning. It surely is not inclusive of everything or every way to proceed. Always feel free to seek the assistance of the GBGM partnership coordinator for the country you are involved in. They have traveled to and are familiar with their assigned countries, and are able and willing to provide considerable assistance. Please keep in communication with them as you proceed - we can all learn from each other, and sharing between partner churches and the partnership coordinator in the future will be a goal of this program. I. INITIAL STEPS:
  • Put together a group/team of interested persons who will spearhead the IN MISSION TOGETHER program. It would be best to choose a layperson as the team/group leader. Pastors and staff should be included, but it would be best if they were not the leader, since Pastors move periodically. Perhaps this is the Mission Committee as a whole, or perhaps it's a smaller sub-committee. Make sure there are some youth involved. Are there any persons with heritage from your assigned country, in the congregation who might become involved? Begin to meet to pray for God's guidance in this new endeavor, and to discuss future plans.
  • 48. CDS Funds: Publication Detail Webpage Default: Fundraising Firm, Fund-raising Co
    the Giving Network, and Givenation are planning to add teach for America, a NewYork charity, has received netted in one night from a fundraising gala, we
    A Brave New World of Giving
    Rapid rise of online 'portals' raises big questions for charities.
    Donors can now give money online to every charity in America. Seeking to do good works and to make money doing it a score of dot-com businesses have started Internet sites that they hope will become a one-stop place for donors to make all their gifts to charity. Some of the sites offer donors the opportunity to give to any organization that has been granted charity status by the Internal Revenue Service, while others are more selective. Such giving sites, or "philanthropy portals" as they are sometimes called, have been cropping up so fast that non-profit officials cannot keep track of them all. Many were started in the last six months, while others are still so early in the development stage they have yet to be announced to the public.
    Businesses and a few non-profit organizations that have established such sites are betting that they will transform philanthropy, by cutting fund-raising costs and bringing charities many contributors they might never have reached through traditional solicitations.
    But many seasoned fund raisers have their doubts. They say it's unlikely that large numbers of potential contributors will be attracted to these new philanthropic sites.

    49. Charitable Planning For Financial Advisors
    Houk’s Pen” called, “Charitable planning.” So, the the private philanthropicsector, (4) To teach the joy fund Raising Events As most of you know, NHF
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    Charitable Planning For Financial Advisors
    Dr. J.T. Houk, JD, PhD, CPhD
    In the next four issues we will have some details on the most exciting and fastest growing field of financial planning in the United states: Charitable Estate Planning. We will talk about the following four aspects: Foundations for individuals; Foundations for corporations; Foundations for communities, and; Charitable planning tips that work. We will be using as the “charity illustration” the program of the National Heritage Foundation, which is a “founder-involved” public charity (501(c)(3) / 509(a)(1)). NHF, which I began in 1968, is the founder of the Donor-Directed foundations that you see replicated in many community foundations today, and in several national organizations. Foundations for Individuals Before the 1969 Tax Reform Act, if a wealthy person wanted to set up a Foundation, he simply did so. After the act went into effect, the incentives were dampened: in fact they were dumped in the toilet. After 1969, such a foundation would become a Private Foundation, with a 5% distribution requirement, a 2% tax on income, private inurement, self sealing, portfolio tampering, excess business holding and reporting requirements that made the donor say “no.”

    50. Memo To Corporations
    This planning could be seen as both an additional way the corporation could gentlyteach the employee a band concert, can be both fund raisers for corporation
    The Gear
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    Set up a Foundation at NHF for the Corporation All corporations need a "foundation at NHF": Corporations in the U. S. and overseas either have a "Corporation Foundation" or they do not. If they do, they might be advised to shift the assets and responsibilities to a "Corporate Foundation at NHF" for both economic and strategic reasons mentioned in my presentation on the web and in the COMING CHARITABLE REVOLUTION under Corporate Foundations. If they do not, then they might be encouraged to begin a "foundation at NHF". In other words, ALL CORPORATIONS ARE POTENTIAL CLIENTS. NHF charges a $285 Application Fee for a Corporate Foundation at NHF . This foundation may be referred to as a main corporate Foundation. The advantages of doing so, at least in part, are as follows:
  • Economy of Operation: NHF can run the charitable program of the corporation less expensively than any other alternative, certainly less expensively than the corporation is now administering its charitable giving program. Corporations that have their own charitable foundation of course spend a lot of money administering it. Corporations that do not have their own foundation usually assign the task of seeing solicitors and receiving proposals to a junior executive, which is expensive also in that it takes valuable staff time away from more important tasks.
  • 51. [UK Edition] Books.ontheweb: Fund Raising
    Suzanne IrwinWells - 14 Jan 2002 - Paperback planning and Implementing See Alsofund Raiser. teach Yourself to Write Irresistable fund-Raising Letters £43.50
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    52. KickStart : Building Strong Moral Character In Our Youth Through Martial Arts
    artist and 2. Because of the environment we teach in, we of Mr. Norris are NOT allowedon any fund raising materials. Is KICKSTART planning to go international
    1. How can I help? There are several ways to help KICK START. Funding is our major priority. Fund-raisers are constantly going on across the nation for our program in order to help us continue our expansion. If you would like to see our program in your community, the funds should come from your school district, community businesses and/or leaders or fundraising efforts. Often, your school district will have grant writers who will know what funding is available for your particular state, city or district. There also may be individuals who may want to "adopt" a school and fund it entirely themselves ( approximately $180,000 for three years for one school If you are a black belt martial artist and are interested in pursuing employment as a karate instructor, see the job description in the background information on this web site. Submit all resumes to: 427 West 20th Street, Suite 403, Houston, TX 77008. To see more on fundraising for KICK START Kick-A-Thon 2. How can my child join the Chuck Norris TEAM?

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  • 55. PA-SCEC
    Her plans after graduation are to teach and then adults at the Whitehaven Center,planning and volunteering for an annual fundraiser and planning
    Pennsylvania Student Council for Exceptional Children
    Last Update 3-1-04
    Our Mission:
  • To Promote the education of all exceptional children and youth. To serve as a resource for pre-service special educators and students. To serve as a vehicle for the advancement of special education careers among students. To support the goals of the Council for Exceptional Children and its members.
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    President - Shelby Derry - President Elect - Vice-President of Programs - Dave Martin – Vice-President of Communications - Laura Miller – Vice-President of Committees - Michelle Fernandes – Governor - Bree Bashore – Newsletter - Jenn Shnyder - Multicultural - Courtney Johnson – Past-President - Christina Book -
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    56. NPPS | Planning A Play Area For Children
    Develop a fund raising plan and schedule. teach children proper use of new equipmentand review at least Plan a celebration for the planning committee and the
    PLANNING A PLAY AREA FOR CHILDREN The development of an appropriate play area for children takes careful planning. It is important to listen to various points of view, to consider professional expertise, to observe children's needs, to evaluate the current site and to work with playground equipment manufacturers or custom designers of play areas. Planning may take a year or two. Preliminary research and preparation helps pay dividends later. The following steps have been created to help administrators and/or volunteers for schools, child care centers, or community recreation areas create a logical and comprehensive plan. It is recommended to follow the steps in the order given. 25 steps to a safe playground 1. Form a playground committee of 6 to 10 people who represent various points of view. For child care centers , include: several teachers, the director, a custodian, board members, parents and playground supervisors.

    57. A Fund Raiser's Newsyletter From Joyaux Associates : July 1997
    To enable your volunteers teach them your organization s Copy Corner, Con Squires,fund Raising Management, February Start planning now for the 21st Century.
    A FUND RAISER'S NEWSYLETTER FROM JOYAUX ASSOCIATES A periodic bulletin featuring fund raising, management, and board information. July 1997 Make individual donors your bread-and-butter. Total charitable giving continues to grow to $150.7 billion in 1996. Foundations and companies are giving more. But individuals still make 86.5% of all charitable donations, including bequests. Foundations account for 7.8% of total giving; corporations, 5.6%. Giving by individuals totaled $119.9 billion in 1996, up 6.9% from 1995. Reasons: increased personal income and a booming stock market. Foundation giving rose 12%; corporate giving rose 7.6%. Health organizations and arts groups are more popular with today's donors. But donations to environmental groups and international-aid organizations declined last year. The 1996 edition of Giving USA will be available in August. Send $49.95 plus $4.95 shipping and handling to the American Association of Fund-Raising Counsel Trust for Philanthropy, 25 West 43rd St., Suite 820, New York, NY 10036; 800-544-8464. [Source: "American Gifts Top $150 Billion,"

    58. Faculty Of Social Work - Fund Raising
    the Faculty of Social Work is to raise funds for the A Great Place to Learn and teach. facultyin ways that have complemented their personal financial planning.
    What is New? Mission About FSW Admissions ... Home
    THE CAMPAIGN FOR THE FACULTY OF SOCIAL WORK Why Give? The Faculty of Social Work ranks among the top North American Schools of social work. As a graduate school, the Faculty focuses on the advanced training of social work professionals with the aim of preparing them to deal with the ever changing challenges of our society. The Social Work Campaign will enhance our ability to attract top students and faculty, and strengthen our ability to offer innovative programs and provide an outstanding teaching, learning and research environment. The goal of the Campaign for the Faculty of Social Work is to raise funds for the faculty's highest academic priorities. By attaining this goal, the Faculty of Social Work will be able to continue to be a leader in social work education in Canada and around the world. To accomplish this goal, we need your help. The Faculty has identified areas of great strength and emerging importance for which we are seeking support. Areas of Priority
    Great Students
    Students are the Faculty's lifeblood. Recruiting effectively for the best and brightest is of unparalleled importance. Equally, the Faculty is committed to ensuring that all deserving students, regardless of financial circumstances, have the opportunity to study at U of T. Generous alumni and friends combined with special matching gift programs have enabled the Faculty to endow in excess of $3.5 million for new scholarships and fellowships during the Campaign. The Faculty is committed to continue to build on this effort.

    59. BFA Administrator Appraisal Program (AAP)
    and advising; capital equipment planning and purchases chief academic officer, fundraiser; represent school alumni rel., teach professional responsibility, fund
    CU-Boulder Boulder Faculty Assembly Administrator Appraisal Program
    Technical Support by Planning, Budget and Analysis
    1999 AAP Administrator Position Descriptions
    Campus-wide Administrators
    Richard Byyny, Chancellor
    Philip DiStefano, VC Acad Affairs
    Academic leadership for campus: academic strategic planning and budgeting; appt./development of deans and faculty; administration of all academic policies
    Todd Gleeson, Assc VC Acad Affairs
    Working mainly through deans, chairs, and BFA, addresses fac. issues including tenure + promotion, sabbaticals, recruitment, program review, and mentoring
    William Kaempfer, Assc VC Acad Affairs
    Integration of budget and strategic planning; coordination of college budgets; space and renovation; outcomes assessment; NCA accreditation.
    Robert Schnabel, Assc VC Info Technol
    Academic and campus-wide information tech. (IT) leadership: leadership of ATLAS coordination of campus IT palnning: oversight of campus IT organizations.
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    60. About AUA
    proven competency in strategic planning, fundraising and resource management. AssociateProfessor of Applied Linguistics. Responsibilities teach courses in

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    Responsibilities : Reporting directly to President, the position will provide leadership in planning, development, assessment, and implementation. The successful candidate will have a commitment and capacity to evaluate continuously and enhance the University’s academic programs to ensure excellence, growth and competitiveness; promote the university’s core values; demonstrate the ability to think and act strategically; be innovative; establish positive relationships with faculty, staff, students, and administration. Qualifications : Candidates must have strong academic and leadership credentials; evidence of successful teaching; research and administrative abilities; must have an earned doctorate degree; senior faculty and academic management experience. Previous experience in conducting academic duties in an international setting and knowledge of Armenia, NIS countries and the Middle East is preferred but not required.

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