HSM-260 week 8 check point - Collabrative fund-raising activities

HSM-260 week 8 check point - Collabrative fund-raising activities

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Running head: COLLABORATIVE FUND-RAISING ACTIVITY 1 Collaborative Fund-Raising Activity Anna Borsick HSM-260 January 12, 2012 Marilyn Gardner
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COLLABORATIVE FUND-RAISING ACTIVITY 2 Collaborative Fund-Raising Activity Non-traditional (entrepreneurial) sources include affinity marketing, bequest programs, life income-programs, commercial ventures, and for-profit corporate subsidiaries (Martin, 2001, p. 182). These non-traditional sources of funding could help the Phoenix Homeless Agency in some way or another, but a commercial venture could really pay off for them. In addition, a for- profit corporate subsidiary will also help protect PHA from funding problems as well. A commercial venture is operationally defined as any situation in which a human service agency or program provides goods and services to another organization or to the general public (Martin, 2001, p. 184). There can be many ventures a non-profit can go into, but there is a great deal of legal issues one should look at. Two major concerns for a non-profit organization when using commercial ventures for
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2012 for the course HSM 260 taught by Professor Dr.dave during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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HSM-260 week 8 check point - Collabrative fund-raising activities

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