Series: Wiley Nonprofit Law, Finance and Management Series

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High Impact Philanthropy: How Donors, Boards, and Nonprofit Organizations Can Transform Communities by Alan L. Wendroff
How to Write a Grant Proposal by Cheryl Carter New
Mission-Based Management: Leading Your Not-For-Profit in the 21st Century by Peter C. Brinckerhoff
Mission-Based Marketing: Positioning Your Not-for-Profit in an Increasingly Competitive World by Peter C. Brinckerhoff
The Nonprofit Handbook: Management by Tracy D. Connors
Strategic Communications for Nonprofit Organizations: Seven Steps to Creating a Successful Plan by Janel M. Radtke
Successful Marketing Strategies For Nonprofit Organizations by Barry J. McLeish
The Tax Law of Colleges and Universities by Jr. Bertrand M. Harding

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  1. Marketing Workbook for Nonprofit Organizations Volume 1: Develop the Plan, 2nd Edition by Gary J. Stern (1990)
  2. The Jossey-Bass Guide to Strategic Communications for Nonprofits by Kathy Bonk (1999)
  3. Boards That Make a Difference by John Carver (1990)
  4. Guerrilla Marketing for Nonprofits by Jay Conrad Levinson (2010)
  5. Managing the Non-Profit Organization: Principles and Practices by Peter F. Drucker (1990)
  6. Branding for Nonprofits by D. K. Holland (2006)
  7. High Performance Nonprofit Organizations: Managing Upstream for Greater Impact by Christine W. Letts (1999)
  8. Brandraising: How Nonprofits Raise Visibility and Money Through Smart Communications by Sarah Durham (2010)
  9. Strategic Planning Workbook for Nonprofit Organizations, Revised and Updated by Bryan W. Barry (1986)
  10. Publicity for Nonprofits: Generating Media Exposure That Leads to Awareness, Growth, and Contributions by Sandra Beckwith (2006)
  11. Managing a Nonprofit Organization in the Twenty-First Century by Thomas Wolf (1999)
  12. Strategic marketing for nonprofit organizations by Philip Kotler (1975)
  13. The Complete Guide to Getting a Grant: How to Turn Your Ideas Into Dollars by Laurie Blum (1993)
  14. Marketing and Public Relations Handbook for Museums, Galleries, and Heritage Attractions by Sue Runyard (2000)
  15. The Only Grant-Writing Book You'll Ever Need: Top Grant Writers and Grant Givers Share Their Secrets by Ellen Karsh (2003)

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