The UK Church Fundraising Handbook Paperback
A Practical Manual and Directory of Sources
by Maggie Durran;
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The UK Church Fundraising Handbook
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The UK Church Fundraising Handbook by Maggie Durran was published by Canterbury Press in April 2010 and is our 19434th best seller. The ISBN for The UK Church Fundraising Handbook is 9781848250024.
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The UK Church Fundraising HandbookGuest reviewer, via The Good Book Stall
Revised Updated Edition.
This is without doubt an invaluable resource for any church group undertaking any fundraising campaign. It is sensible, practical and realistic with plenty of case studies of real projects and real situations faced by parishes without forgetting that this is also a spiritual journey.
Maggie gives clear guidance at every stage from the initial planning stages, finding funding sources and applying for grants through to legal considerations. My favourite chapter is ‘Putting the fun into fundraising’ with its emphasis on developing community links. Especially useful are the sample letters, budgets, leaflets, financial plans, questionnaires and many other templates and visual aids throughout the book which can be used and adapted by individual projects. I found it easy to follow and genuinely encouraging and I would recommend it to any fledgling church or community project who wants to realise their vision.
Reviewed by Joanne Gibbon, Community Partnership & Funding, Diocese of Hereford
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Details for The UK Church Fundraising Handbook
|Author / Artist||Maggie Durran|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (April 2010)|
|Edition||2nd Revised edition|
|Number of Pages||288|
|Page last updated||25th July 2017|