Breaking the Rules: Fund Raising in Hard Times

Interesting story about fund raisers turning conventional approaches upside down, published in Chronicle of Philanthropy by  Holly Hall

While many fund raisers are taking a back-to-basics approach to dealing with the bad economy, as my colleagues and I note in The Chronicle’s cover story last week, others are turning conventional approaches upside down.

Among them: Barrett Carson, vice president for development at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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