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Forces for Good: The Six Practices of High-Impact Nonprofits .
By Leslie Crutchfield and Heather McLeod Grant.
If you work with a nonprofit as a staff member, volunteer or board member, you already know that nonprofit management is not as easy as it looks. The authors of this book agree. They studied nonprofits, the third largest industry in the U.S., for four years and identified 12 "exemplary" organizations that share six similarities in best practices.

Managing the Non-Profit Organization.
By Peter Drucker. Drucker is one of the best known names in marketing and management. Drucker provides guidelines and expert advice on how to manage a non-profit organization effectively and efficiently. The book includes interviews with 9 executives. You may also be interested in the audio tape.

By Peter Edels. New York, N.Y.: McGraw Hill, Inc. Edels provides secrets of running a successful fundraising campaign. Specifically, he provides a practical step-by-step down in the trenches look at fundraising.

How to Raise Millions Helping Others, Having a Ball: A Guide to Fundraising
By Carolyn Farb. Austin, Texas: Eakin Press. This fundraising "cookbook" provides practical suggestions for the non- profit marketer who has major responsibilities in fund-raising. Farb has an easy to read book that caters to the practitioner.

A Legal Guide to Starting and Managing a Non-Profit Organization.
By Bruce Hopkins. New York, N.Y.: John Wiley and Sons.
Hopkins examines the non-profit organization from a legal standpoint. He provides detail for every legal issue that a non-profit needs to consider.

Filthy Rich and Other Non-Profit Fantasies.
By Richard Steckel, et. al., San Francisco, Ten Speed Press. This is a book which tells you how to run a non-profit successfully. Gives you a good background of how the whole non-profit sector works.

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