AHS 7615 Wilmington University Wk 6 The Monetary and Non Monetary Ways Discussion

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Name two (2) monetary and two (2) non-monetary ways that faith-based organizations cultivate support to carry out human services. Name two (2) potential benefits of faith-based organizations accepting government (public) funds (grants). What ways would you suggest faith-based organizations use to raise money to support their services?


Funding and Faith: Research about Faith-Based Organizations and Initiatives

The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation retained OpenSource Leadership Strategies, Inc. to conduct research about the federal Faith-Based Initiative to help inform its grantmaking to faith-based organizations. This report provides an overview of the history and structure of faith-based initiatives, the distinct characteristics of faith-based organizations, a chart summarizing intermediaries and capacity builders, and examples from other states and other funders.
By: OpenSource Leadership Strategies, Inc., 2004

Guidance for Faith-Based Organizations on Fundraising and Support Strategies

This article serves as a guide for faith-based organizations on fundraising and support strategies.
By: Faith and Organizations Project, 2010

How Faith-Based Social Service Organizations Manage Secular Pressures Associated with Government Funding

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By: James R. Vanderwoerd, 2004

Case Study: From Burden to Blessing

This case study is about a faith-based organization that revisited its mission and reassessed its relationships within the community it served, in order to create a new funding paradigm and service-delivery model.
By: Samuel Mahaffy

Case Study: The Impact of Accepting Government Funds on a Faith-Based Organization

This case study explores the impact of accepting government funds on a faith-based organization.
By: Brian J. Eggers, University of Puget Sound, 2008


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