Fundraising: Principles and Practice </strong>provides readers with a comprehensive introduction to fundraising. Taking a balanced perspective, bestselling author Michael J. Worth offers insights on the practical application of relevant theory. The text is designed to engage readers in thinking critically about issues in fundraising and philanthropy to prepare them for careers in the nonprofit sector. Worth explores donor motivations and fundraising techniques for annual giving programs, major gift programs, planned giving, and corporate and foundation giving and campaigns. Traditional methods, including direct mail and personal solicitations, are discussed as well as new tools and practices, including online fundraising, crowd-funding and social networks, analytics, and predictive modeling. Written specifically for nonprofit career-oriented individuals, this book helps readers become successful fundraisers.
Chapter 11: Campaigns
Columbia Thank You Day celebrates $6.1 billion capital campaign funding.
—Columbia Spectator, April 3, 2014
Fort Wayne Children's Zoo to announce $7 million capital campaign Tuesday.
—News-Sentinel, April 21, 2014
Scott County Y announces $4M capital campaign.
—Quad-City News, May 13, 2014
Community center launches $1.2 million capital campaign for expansion.
—Conway Daily Sun, May 13, 2014
Humane Society of Lebanon County Capital Campaign gets started.
—Lebanon Valley News, January 3, 2014
Central Indiana Girl Scouts council kicks off capital campaign.
—TribStar.com, April 16, 2014
The origins of today's fundraising strategies are identifiable in efforts undertaken centuries ago, including some that were discussed in Chapter 1 of this text. For example, the fundraising mission for Harvard that Hibbens, Peter, and Weld launched in 1641 included what is thought to be the first fundraising brochure. Mathew ...