Member Benefit: Fundraising and Nonprofit Literature
August 27, 2007
(Feb. 16, 2009) A major benefit of membership in the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) is the ability to take advantage of the research and knowledge contained in the association’s extensive and ever-expanding collection of books and Ready Reference booklets—all available at your fingertips.
AFP partners with Wiley, a leading publisher for the scientific, technical, medical and nonprofit fields, to offer its members cutting-edge literature on fundraising. New titles are constantly added to the AFP Fund Development Series, which includes the popular book series, Nonprofit Essentials.
The AFP Publishing Advisory Committee is pleased to announce four new AFP Fund Development Series books which will be available for the 46th AFP International Conference on Fundraising in New Orleans in March 2009.
- Nonprofit Essentials: Effective Donor Relations, Janet Hedrick, CFRE
- Fundraising Consultants: A Guide for Nonprofit Organizations, Eugene A. Scanlan, Ph.D., CFRE
- The Complete Guide to Fundraising Management, 3rd edition, Stanley Weinstein, ACFRE
- Philanthropy in a Flat World, Jon Duschinsky
With the addition of the latest release, Developing Fundraising Policies and Procedures, the AFP Ready Reference series now contains nine titles, with one French and five Spanish translations. (The most recent release in Spanish is Logrando lo Máximo de Tu Evento Especial.)
If you are interested in submitting a proposal for publication or if you have ideas for new book topics, please contact the AFP Professional Advancement Coordinator by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 666-3863, ext. 458.
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