|Release Date||27 November 1990|
|Category||Business & Economics|
|Rating||4/5 from 21 reviews|
This timely new volume provides a basic understanding of the foundation of philanthropy, with an emphasis on how to raise private dollars for library service. It highlights the crucial issues in development programs for libraries, including annual fund raisers, public relations, and capital campaigns. The authors offer a blend of theory and practice for library administrators, librarians, and board members who are involved in library fund raising, as well as for academicians and students of librarianship.