Tips for fundraising

Walker, Claire
January 2014
Canadian Horse Annual;2014, p56
In this article, the author offers tips for fundraising for British eye care institutions including relating the eye care programme or project to people, deciding the donors for the programme including past donors, patients and non-govern-mental organisations (NGOs) and making contact with donors.


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