[Press Release] 7 Nonprofit Income Streams is Amazon No. 1 New Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: John Millen
CharityChannel Press Publishes Amazon No. 1 New Release:
7 Nonprofit Income Streams: Open the Floodgates to Sustainability
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (December 1, 2014) -- CharityChannel Press, the publishing project of the CharityChannel professional community, today announced that Amazon.com has just named 7 Nonprofit Income Streams: Open the Floodgates to Sustainability its No. 1 New Release in Nonprofit Organizations and Charities.
The new title by CharityChannel veteran Karen Eber Davis is the latest in the popular In the Trenches series of books by and for busy nonprofit practitioners.
Eber Davis walks the reader through each of the seven sources of nonprofit income. She provides tools to determine which of the seven streams fit the particular nonprofit. Since it is an In the Trenches book, it is written to be put to use immediately obtain more income.
Though written in a conversational, first-person style, under the hood it draws on two decades of investigation and over a thousand interviews with nonprofit leaders.
The author wrote the book to enable the nonprofit organization to:
- Earn more money in one year than the previous three;
- Discover dramatic success stories to replicate immediately;
- Create enthusiasm about providing money and other resources to your nonprofit;
- Develop a customized strategy to enhance your mission and sustain your nonprofit; and
- Get practical, in-the-trenches advice and find tips you to use now.
According to Eber Davis, "No secret cash machine exists. No lucky charm dangled over a proposal guarantees success. No magic words convince millionaires to donate trust funds. Understanding the sources, their challenges, and their benefits provides the foundation to develop sustainable income forever."
Paperback: 182 pages
Publisher: CharityChannel Press; 1 edition (November 22, 2014)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
About the Author
Karen Eber Davis is a leading authority on income growth strategies for nonprofits. She helps leaders generate the ideas, resources, and funding they need to fulfill their goals and create extraordinary impact.
For over 20 years, Karen has advised nonprofit organizations such as The Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity, The American Red Cross, Ringling College of Art and Design, Meals on Wheels PLUS, and many others. Her articles and work have been featured in a variety of publications, including Advancing Philanthropy, CharityChannel, Nonprofit World, The Nonprofit Times, and Local Sources. Karen has also published over two hundred articles and contributed to YOU and Your Nonprofit Board. Her monthly newsletter, Added Value, and column, The Ingenious Nonprofit, inspire leaders to find ways to realize more funding and more supporters to accomplish the mission.
Karen graduated magna cum laude from the University of Connecticut and earned her MBA from the University of South Florida.
About CharityChannel Press
CharityChannel Press publishes the In the Trenches series of books, manuals and workbooks for busy practitioners. Launched in 2009 as the publishing arm of the CharityChannel professional community, now in its third decade and comprised of over 100,000 nonprofit-sector practitioners in the United States, Canada and around the world. This large, diverse and mature community of peers includes many of the third sector's most experienced and accomplished practitioners.
Please contact John Millen at 949-589-5938, or [email protected].
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