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Establishing a Relationship with a Federated Campaign: The Benefits and Responsibilities of Becoming Part of a Federated Campaign
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Published 1999
Author Chris Whitney
Source Enterprise Communit Partners
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PDF: 16 pages, 260 kbytes

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This manual describes how federated campaigns, which raise funds from a variety of sources and dispenses them broadly throughout communities, operate. Because the United Way is the best known and most broadly accepted campaign, it is the example used in the manual. The manual covers the benefits, responsibilities and liabilities of being a United Way agency. Establishing a Relationship With a Federated Campaign is designed for board members and staff of nonprofit community development organizations. This manual is one of 36 included in Enterprise's Community Development Library (CD Library).

   
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