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With 25 percent new and revised material, Nonprofit Kit For Dummies, 3rd Edition offers new tips for raising money, applying for grants, developing the perfect mission statement, and all the information consumers need to navigate the process of setting up a nonprofit organization and run it effectively.Nonprofit Kit For Dummies, 3rd Edition includes new information on: Filling out the new tax forms to declare tax exempt status Details on how state laws vary Conducting program evaluations Conforming to accounting standards Applying for government grantsAs well as updated information on: Constructing a clear mission statement Assessing client needs Setting priorities and objectives Writing and developing a strategic planNonprofit Kit For Dummies, 3rd Edition is a valuable tool for people who are thinking about creating their own nonprofit and for people already working in the nonprofit sector who want to get the latest information and practical advice available for running their nonprofit successfully.
Stan Hutton is the senior program officer at the Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation. Frances Phillips is the Program Director for the Arts at the Walter and Elise Haas Fund and a grantwriting instructor at San Francisco State University.
Table of Contents
Getting Started with Nonprofits
Tuning In to the World of Nonprofi t Organizations
Deciding to Start a Nonprofit
Writing Your Mission Statement
Incorporating and Applying for Tax Exemption
Safeguarding Your Nonprofi t Status
Managing a Nonprofit Organization
Building Your Board of Directors
Planning: Why and How Nonprofi ts Make Plans
Getting the Work Done with Volunteers
Getting the Work Done with Paid Staff
Showing the Money: Budgets and Financial Reports
Marketing: Spreading the Word about Your Good Work
Creating a Home for Your Nonprofi t - and Insuring It
Crafting a Fundraising Plan
Raising Money from Individuals
Making the Most of Special Events
Finding the Grant Givers
Writing a Grant Proposal
Capital Campaigns: Finding Lasting Resources
The Part of Tens
Ten Tips for Evaluating Your Organization and Programs
Ten Tips for Adapting in Hard Times
Ten Tips for Raising Money
Nonprofi t Resources
Glossary of Nonprofit Terms
About the CD
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