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Consultants: High-priced scourge or first-class investment?

Written By: Warren Dow
December 12, 1995

What about those high-priced fees consultants charge? Just how high are they? And, are exorbitant, considering that they often surpass the wages of most salaried employees of nonprofit organizations?

Excessive caution can cost you money

Written By: Winsor Pepall
November 27, 1995

This article explains how and why risk avoidance with nonprofit organization's funds can be costly.

Searching for an ethical approach to fundraising

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
November 27, 1995

Three major themes for an ethics-based approach to charitable fundraising and planned giving.

Equilibrium is death, chaos is normal

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
November 6, 1995

Speaking on The Art & Science of Managing Changeability, Dr. Brenda Zimmerman, Director of York University's Voluntary Sector Management Program told guests at a recent luncheon that there are a number of interesting lessons to be learned from natural systems.

Resolving the fundraising board/staff conflict

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
August 15, 1995

Insights and suggestions for resolving fundraising conflicts between board and staff.