A Fundraising Guide for Nonprofit Board Members

by Julia Ingraham Walker


Everything you need to know as a nonprofit board member to raise more money and help your organization succeed in meeting its goals.

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  • Learn how to tap the energy and enthusiasm of every one of your board members.
  • Transform your passive board members into active fundraisers who support the entire development process.
  • Cultivate your personal fundraising skills while understanding the board’s role in every facet of development.
  • Discover how to ask for donations, train board members, hire a chief advancement officer, review the ins and outs of galas, prepare for a successful call and more.


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About the Author

Julia Ingraham Walker has been active in fundraising in New Orleans and the surrounding region for over 25 years. She served as vice president for advancement at Tulane University, where she directed a successful $250 million campaign. For the past twelve years, Julia has worked as an independent fundraising consultant on a regional and national basis. While her specialty has been consulting on capital campaigns, she became very active in a variety of rebuilding efforts in the calamitous post-Katrina period in New Orleans. She was named New Orleans Outstanding Fundraising Executive by the Association of Fundraising Professionals for her work at Tulane and is the author of three other books published by Wiley. Julia’s ongoing work with numerous nonprofit boards inspired her to write this guide for board members.

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