All nonprofit organizations need money and thus at some point turn to someone, somewhere to get that money.
Traditionally this is known as fund raising. Members of nonprofits often see fund raising as a prerequisite. This is one reason that nonprofit organizations are now beginning to note the difference between “fund raising” and “fund development” and are applying it to their programming.
Fund development is creating a constituency which supports the organization. It is also developing a membership that participates through giving (both as volunteers and financially). In fund development you appeal not just to the heart, but also to the head in an effort to build a continuing effort and solid base for the future.
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