Author(s): Prince, Russ Alan and File, Karen Maru
Date of Publication: Oct 31, 2001

The Seven Faces of Philanthropy introduces development professionals to an effective method of approaching major donors for gifts. The authors begin by establishing and analyzing the characteristics of seven distinctive classifications of individual donor types:

Author(s): Arts Alliance, Inc.
Date of Publication: Jun 30, 2001

The Cultural Plan for Albuquerque, prepared by the Arts Alliance for City Hall, ably promotes the diversity and quality of our hidden cultural life to outsiders and to our own ever-increasing population. The Cultural Plan challenges the mainstream� and celebrates Albuquerque's great strength as a nonconformist city with both a practical and creative temperament.

Author(s): Joseph J. Cordes
Date of Publication: Feb 28, 2001

Article explores whether the benefits derived from the charitbale tax deducation are worth the cost.

Author(s): Van Slyke, David M., Ph.D. and Brooks, Arthur C., Ph.D.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 2000

Individual Philanthropy Patterns in Metro Atlanta reports on a study commissioned by the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta to determine individual giving patterns of the Atlanta, Georgia region. Baseline data was collected from approximately 2500 residents.

Author(s): Donors Forum of Chicago
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 2000

This guide provides definitions to the most frequently used terms in the field of philanthropy. Terminology includes 501(c)(3), community foundation, demonstration grant, public support tests, and set-asides.

Author(s): The Philanthropic Initiative, Inc.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 2000

This is a primer for philanthropists, especially for those from families who wish to give to charity in a meaningful and cohesive way.

Author(s): Stern, Gary J. with Elana Centor
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 2000

With this helpful guide, create a simple, usable marketing plan designed to get results for your nonprofit organization. Marketing Workbook for Nonprofit Organizations Volume I: Develop the Plan

Author(s): Clobert, Francois; Nantel, Jacques; Bilodeau, Suzanne; Rich, J. Dennis
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 2000

Cultural managers will find this book an excellent resource to develop the framework needed to analyze and reflect upon their own marketing plans and practices. In addition to presenting basic marketing concepts, it discusses how these concepts have traditionally been applied, and how they apply to the specific context of culture and the arts.

Author(s): Klein, Kim
Date of Publication: Sep 30, 2000

Arts and cultural organizations often face funding challenges because they underestimate their value and mission. Arts organizations need to communicate that art is central to society. Furthermore, arts organizations can help progressive funders understand the role of the arts in social justice issues. Arts and cultural groups should unite to form partnerships that can build a diversified base of individual donors who can carry the torch of their mission into many segments of the community

Author(s): Harris, Moira
Date of Publication: Sep 30, 2000

Since summer 1998, herds of fiberglass, polyurethane, and polymer animal statues have been appearing on the sidewalks of cities in North America and Europe. Sponsored by cities and local businesses, these summer exhibitions are often criticized by the art world as too commercial.