The climate for fundraising
Organising for fundraising
Registering as a charity
Preparation and writing your appeal
Sources of funding - trusts, foundations and grants
Sources of funding - magazines and newspapers
Sources of funding - the rich and famous
Sources of funding - businesses
Approaching sponsors by telephone
The face to face meeting
Giving a presentation
Building a media profile
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Was just curious generally. Information may be relevant to fundraising in general.
I Don't think this book is suitable to be a film so don't think it an appropriate or relevant question..
I have no connection to schools so this book had little relevance to me. Nevertheless, I gave it high ratings as I think it is relevant to those running or involved in schools and it seemed to me that everything was explained clearly and precisely and the book was well read.
"Great if you're British and clueless"
If the book was a little broader in scope.
Sure, but I would check it out more carefully to see how narrow the target audience really is.
The narrator was fine.
The long list of recommended websites, which was very clumsy in an audio format.
This book is written for teachers, administrators, and parent volunteers in the UK who are absolutely new to fundraising and know nothing whatsoever. If that's your situation, definitely give it a listen! Otherwise, don't waste your time.
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