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Writing Better Fundraising Applications: A Practical Guide Paperback – 14 Jun 2010
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On the last edition:'I have read quite a few books on fundraising, but this is one of the best that I have ever seen.'Parentline News'clear, comprehensive and practical advice'Book List, Citizens Advice Bureaux
About the Author
Michael Norton is the founder of Directory of Social Change, Centre of Innovation in Voluntary Action and UnLTD. He is a widely published author for several publishers including DSC. Mike Eastwood is a former CEO of the DSC, Director of Operations for Liverpool Cathedral and the author of several books, including the Charity Trustees' Handbook.
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24 November 2014
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This is a brilliant, magisterial book that I, and evidently many before me, have found very informative and helpful. It is also one of the most exasperating books I have ever read to the end, due to a seeming lack of detailed and systematic co-ordination between its two great contributors. For example, the key term 'leverage' is defined three times, all using slightly different wording (p.21, 48 and 54). If a fifth edition is envisaged, I warmly commend the idea of a bringing in a third author, ghost writer or not but more than the editor, who would help martial the great content of the book into a format that appears more convincingly to have been tried and tested out with several novice writers. For example, is the sort of person who needs to read this handbook also going to be authorised to write or demand a fundraising plan for their whole organisation, however desirable that may be (p.146ff.)?
28 October 2017
This is undoubtedly the best book I have ever found on writing funding application. Clear, concise and offers great insight into how to structure and present your application. I have read a number of book (most of which costing significantly more and having more pages) but none of them were as helpful as this one.