Nonprofit Marketing: Marketing Management for Charitable and Nongovernmental Organizations is a conceptually strong text that gives students marketing strategies for nonprofit, charitable, and nongovernmental organizations, while providing them with a broad treatment of marketing basics. Written in an easy-to-follow style, marketing concepts are clearly presented and supported with real-world examples.

Key Features:

Offers clear coverage of marketing fundamentals: A survey of marketing functions, tailored specifically for nonprofit organizations, provides the reader with a framework for organizing, planning, and implementing marketing strategies. Special treatment is given to the important areas of marketing research and marketing communications.; Provides in-depth treatment of the most important marketing activities: Covers not only the key fundamentals, but also covers essential marketing functions such as direct marketing, fund raising, special events, attracting major gifts, and volunteer recruitment.; Addresses emerging topics: Current and complete coverage is provided on social marketing and cause marketing, two emerging areas that are rapidly increasing in importance in the nonprofit sector. The book also includes many international examples of real-world organizations to offer students a multinational perspective on nonprofit marketing.

Instructor's Resources!

Instructor Resources on CD are available to qualified adopters of Nonprofit Marketing. These resources include chapter outlines, discussion questions, teaching tips, review questions, and much more!

Intended Audience:

This is an excellent text for undergraduate and graduate students studying nonprofit marketing in the fields of Marketing, Public Administration, Social Work, Sociology, Arts Administration, Management, and Business.

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Marketing to Volunteers

Marketing to volunteers

Learning Objectives

On completion of this chapter, the reader will

  • Understand the importance of volunteers to nonprofit organizations
  • Understand the various reasons people volunteer
  • Describe ways to recruit volunteers effectively
  • Describe virtual volunteering and its growing importance

Opening Vignette: Girl Scouts

Founded in 1912, Girl Scouts started with a membership of 18 girls. By 1929, the membership had grown to more than 200,000. In 2003, the membership has grown to more than 2.8 million girl members and almost 942,000 adult members. More than 50 million American women experienced Girl Scouting while growing up. Young women and girls continue to be attracted to Girl Scouting's mission of helping young women ...

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