Books, publications, and articles that don't precisely fit into Fund development (relationship building) and Fund development (asking). Check out all the fund development lists.
Achieving Excellence in Fund Raising, Henry A. Rosso and Associates
Capital Campaigns: Strategies That Work, Andrea Kihlstedt and Catherine P. Schwartz
Donor Focused Strategies for Annual Giving, Karla A. Williams ACFRE
Donor-Centered Fundraising, Penelope Burk
Effective Philanthropy: Organizational Success through Deep Diversity and Gender Equality, Mary Ellen S. Capek and Molly Mead
Ignoring women and people of color just doesn't work anymore. Hasn't ever worked really.
Fundraising Basics: A Complete Guide 2nd edition, Barbara L. Ciconte CFRE and Jeanne G. Jacob
Fund-Raising Cost Effectiveness, James M. Greenfield, FAHP, ACFRE
Fundraising Feasibility Study: It's Not About the Money, Martin L. Novom CFRE, Editor
Includes a chapter by Simone Joyaux, “Seeking Help – The Benefits and Burdens of Working with a Consultant”
High Impact Philanthropy: How Donors Boards and Nonprofit Organizations Can Transform Communities, Kay Sprinkel Grace CFRE and Alan L. Wendroff
Read all of Kay's books.
Relationship Fundraising: A Donor-Based Approach to the Business of Raising Money, Ken Burnett
Ken first introduced the term “relationship fundraising.”
Strategic Fund Development: Building Profitable Relationships That Last, 3rd edition, Simone P. Joyaux ACFRE, John Wiley & Sons
Expanded 3rd edition with even more examples. Much more than fundraising strategies. Includes: fundraiser's job; leadership; institutional strategic planning; involving volunteers; fund development planning.
Tiny Essentials of Writing for Fundraising, George Smith, White Lion Press
Transformative Power of Women, Editors Martha A. Taylor and Sondra Shaw-Hardy
Fundraising Principles and Practice, Adrian Sargeant, Jen Shang, and Associates, Jossey-Bass Publishers
Anything Sargeant writes is worth reading. He's the lead fundraising researcher worldwide.
3-D Philanthropy, Fraser Green
Lovely book, told in story style, about this special field of ours.
Philanthropy in a Flat World, Jon Duschinsky, John Wiley & Sons
It's a global world – and philanthropy is global, too.
Simone Joyaux, ACFRE, Adv Dip, FAFP, Certificate in Philanthropic Psychology is an internationally recognized expert in fund development, board and organizational development, strategic planning, and management.