This "all details included" audio training tape teaches everyone from fundraising newcomers to successful fundraising veterans how to research business prospects, refine a mailing list to the "most likely to give" funding sources and how to write the 30-minute results-oriented corporate letter request. This tape is for everyone who supports the concept of lifelong learning and the need to learn and try new letter writing approaches when asking for money or gifts for nonprofit organizations. The author has recorded the tape professionally and clearly, giving listeners a question and answer format covering all issues from A to Z in corporate letter solicitation. The millennium blockbuster training tape can be used at work, while traveling or at home. The key is to listen and act. Don't miss out, only a limited number of tapes will be made. The author has raised over $45 million in grants and gifts. Bev's corporate letter format has been responsible for half of her grants revenue. Order this today. Get several copies at this low price and share them with your professional colleagues in the fundraising field.
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Bev Browning's complete biography is under her latest grants book on Amazon.com, Getting Grants Funded In Your Community, published in 1999. Bev is the founder and chief grants consultant for her own firm and publishing company, BEV BROWNING & A$$OCIATE$. She has written three grants-related books to-date. Bev has been writing winning proposals, grant applications and corporate letter requests since 1986. She holds a bachelor of arts degree from Spring Arbor College in the mangement of human resources and a masters in public administration from the University of Michigan. Bev is currently an adjunct faculty member at the University of Phoenix. She works out of her home in Arizona working with nonprofit organizations in the United States and the United Kingdom. Bev writes all types of grant proposals and applications, corporate letter requests, creates training curriculum and presents at local, regional and national grants-related workshops, conducts funding searches, reviews and critiques grants written by others and serves as a reader for the U.S. Department of Education. Look for more publications by this author in 2000 and beyond.
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