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Prospecting: Searching out the Philanthropic Dollar / James K. Hickey / Secrets of Major Gift Fund Raising / Charles F. Mai / Proposal Writer's Swipe File / Susan Ezell Kalish / Corporate Philanthropy in America: New Perspectives for the Eighties / Benjamin Lord / . Abstract. According to one experienced financial aid officer, “millions of dollars worth of scholarships, grants, and other financial aid go unclaimed every year.” 1 In alone, $ million in possible grant funding was not awarded simply because people didn’t know where to look. Identifying potential funders, or what seasoned fund raisers refer to as “prospect research,” is a Author: Judith B. Margolin. So, here we go with some more tips on finding new prospects, or, what I affectionately refer to as, “Prospecting ” I was recently on a hunt for new prospects, but felt like I had exhausted the usual resources. I was tired of searching the Rich Register and combing through annual reports of organizations similar to that of my client. Cold Prospecting Takes Effort. No matter how you go about it, cold prospecting consumes a lot of time and resources. Make sure you set yourself up for success. Following are some tips: Plan & Track: Make sure you have a plan in place. You wouldn’t just show up on a plot of land and build a house willy-nilly.
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