Cultivating Diversity in Fundraising
John Wiley & Sons, 12.03.2002 - 312 Seiten
An important roadmap for fundraising in today's multiculturalcommunities
Raising money in today's diverse communities is a growing challengefor fundraisers and philanthropists, requiring thoughtfulstrategies, successful collaborations, and a respectfulunderstanding of people's differences.
In this groundbreaking new book, the author examines today's fourmajor ethnic groups-African American, Asian American,Hispanic/Latino, and Native American-in terms of their diversehistories, traditions, and motivations, and then applies thisinformation to the proven components of successful fundraising. Theresult is a timely and important look at how fundraisers can use anunderstanding of ethnic differences to create a vibrant andbalanced nonprofit center through both individual and collectiveefforts.
In clear, easy-to-understand language, Cultivating Diversity inFundraising answers the following critical questions:
* Who are diverse donors?
* What are their charitable traditions and interests?
* What fundraising methods will be successful in diversecommunities?
* What can fundraisers do to include more diversity in fundraisingefforts?
Designed as a guide to fundraising as well as a strategic updatefor existing fundraisers, this book should be required reading foranyone working in today's nonprofit sector.
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CHAPTER 1 African Americans
CHAPTER 2 Asian Americans
CHAPTER 3 HispanicLatino Americans
CHAPTER 4 Native Americans
CHAPTER 5 Diverse Fundraising and Philanthropy Today
CHAPTER 6 Challenges and Opportunities of Diversity in Philanthropy Today
CHAPTER 7 Interviews Influences on Giving
CHAPTER 8 Case Studies
APPENDIX D Population by Race with Comparisons 2000
APPENDIX E Difference in Population by Race and Hispanic Origin 1990 to 2000
APPENDIX F States Ranked by Population 2000
APPENDIX G States Ranked by Percent Population Change 1990 to 2000
APPENDIX H Anthropology and the Concept of Race
GLOSSARY OF RACIALETHNIC TERMS
APPENDIX A Population by Race and Hispanic Origin for the United States Regions Divisions and States and for Puerto Rico 2000
APPENDIX B Population by Race and Hispanic Origin for All Ages and for 18 Years and Over 2000
APPENDIX C Population by Race Including Combinations of Two Races 2000
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