Strategic Planning Workbook for Nonprofit Organizations

This workbook guides you through five key planning steps and offers four different models to best suit your community’s situation.

Nonprofit Sustainability

This book makes the case that nonprofits must operate more like businesses and takes you through the essential steps. Includes a wealth of tables and charts.

How to Raise $500 to $5000 from Almost Anyone

Billed as a “1-hour guide,” this book teaches readers how to effectively ask for money and handle being told “no.”

Great Boards for Small Groups

A nonprofit’s governing body can spell the difference between a great organization and one that struggles. In simple steps, Robinson lays out what it takes to make a board great.

Fundraising for the Long Haul

A straight-forward guide to sustaining a long-term commitment to social change, no matter how understaffed or underfunded the organization.

The Budget-Building Book for Nonprofits

Practical guidance on developing and implementing budgets for nonprofit organizations. Offers advice about every phase of the process and includes resources for documenting and reporting.

Bookkeeping Basics

Written in plain English, this book provides easy instructions and forms to meet bookkeeping requirements.

People Patterns 2nd Edition

A very entertaining book that explores four temperaments and how they influence personal relationships.

New program officer for youth development and education

July 11, 2014:  Jeneen Hartley Sago has joined The Ford Family Foundation as the program officer for Youth Development and Education, a new position. In her role, she will coordinate a portfolio of grants focused on youth organizations throughout rural Oregon and Siskiyou County, Calif.

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New field coordinator

October 25, 2018: The Ford Family Foundation announced today that it has hired Katie Jameson, a community leader in Klamath Falls, as a field coordinator. She will represent the Foundation in support of its commitment to the local level. Read more »

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