Author(s): Porter, Robert A.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1979

[This guide] is a mix of commentary, practical tips on how to develop a campaign, and case descriptions of selected advocacy programs throughout the country. We recognize that advocacy training is an important part of the agendas of regional, state and local arts groups, and hope we have provided a solid base of information to help you work toward improved strategies in your advocacy efforts. (p. i).

Author(s): Marete Wester
Date of Publication: Jan 31, 1997

This monograph is for anyone and everyone looking to demonstrate to local, state and federal legislators the importance of the arts to their community and to the nation.

Author(s): Kingsley, Elizabeth; Harmon, Gail; Pomeranz, John; Guinane, Kay
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1999

A fundamental change is happening in the way nonprofit organizations engage in grass roots activism, driven by the growth of the Internet. However, while many organizations have recognized the Internet's power and have already begun to use it for organizing and advocacy, the law governing these activities has been slow in expanding to encompass these new techniques for advocacy. This guide tries to fill the gap, offering guidance.

Author(s): South Carolina Arts Alliance
Date of Publication: Jun 27, 1905

A handbook prepared by the South Carolina Arts Alliance to prepare arts advocates for lobbying at the state level.

Author(s): Mara Walker and Johanna Misey Boyer
Date of Publication: June 2002

A Report from the First Joint Convention of Americans for the Arts and the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies

Author(s): Brenner, Suzy; Palmer, Janice and Leniart, Karen, Editors
Date of Publication: Jun 30, 2003

A report of a symposium sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and the Society for the Arts in Healthcare (SAH) which convened on March 19-20, 2003.

Author(s): Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 2001

A strategic business plan, based on current research data, designed to address the needs and issues facing arts and cultural organizations and constituents in the Sacramento Metropolitan area.

Author(s): Bess, David M. and Fisher, Robert E.
Date of Publication: Jun 30, 1993

A symposium held by the National Commission for Music Education in the Spring of 1991 in Washington, DC brought together leading educators and entrepreneurs to examine music's role in three areas: the future work force, children at risk, and cultural diversity. The symposium itself was only the high point of a campaign, titled Music Makes the Difference, built on the unprecedented collaboration of MENC, the National Academy of Recording Artists & Scences, Inc. (NARAS) and the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM). During the campaign, a national petition drive resulted in the

Author(s): Independent Sector
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1988

A User's Guide to IRS Publication 1391 for Executive Directors and Development Officers: In June of 1988, the Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service wrote to over 400,000 charitable groups expressing concern that: sponsors of fund-raising events have often failed to provide written information on the extent to which payments for such affairs are deductible as charitable contributions. There has been widespread misunderstanding of the limitations on the deductibility of such payments. This misunderstanding has led to erroneous tax reporting of these payments by some patrons.

Author(s): Overton, Patrick
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1991

Altering the face and hear of America by Robert Gard and Good dreams don't come cheap by Elizabeth Lee Howard.