Philanthropy Chat: Kim Klein on Fundraising in Challenging Economic Times
Internationally known educator, author, and fundraising consultant Kim Klein shares strategies and insights on how nonprofits should approach fundraising during difficult economic times.
Kim Klein is internationally known as a fundraising trainer and consultant. She is a member of the Building Movement Project and leads workshops on tax policy and the importance of the "commons" for them as well as being a regular contributor to its web site. She is the Chardon Press Series Editor at Jossey-Bass Publishers, which publishes and distributes materials that help to build a stronger nonprofit sector, and the founder of the bimonthly Grassroots Fundraising Journal.
Ms. Klein is also the author of Fundraising for Social Change (now in its fifth edition, 2006); Fundraising for the Long Haul (2000), which explores the particular challenges of older grassroots organizations; and Ask and You Shall Receive: A Fundraising Training Program for Religious Organizations or Projects, Raise More Money (2001), which she edited with her partner, Stephanie Roth; and Fundraising in Times of Crisis (2004). Widely in demand as a speaker, Kim Klein has provided training and consultation in all 50 states and in 21 countries.