Susan O’Donnell Black, CFRE is the author of Help! They Want Me to Fundraise!: A Nonprofit Fundraising Manual for Beginners (CharityChannel Press).

Susan began Allene Professional Fundraising in 2008 to bring her twenty-five years of experience to the wider nonprofit community and help struggling nonprofits identify strategies that will allow them to reach their potential. She nonprofit organizations her expertise in fundraising, public relations, and organizational leadership.

Her career in development began at Marietta College and she went on to gain experience at Easter Seals of Central Ohio and the Epilepsy Foundation of Central Ohio before serving as Vice-President of Advancement for five years at St. Vincent Family Centers in Columbus, Ohio.

Susan has a bachelor’s and master’s degree in political science from Mary Baldwin College and the University of Richmond, respectively. She is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the Kiwanis Club of Columbus.

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Chapter 2 from: Help! They Want Me to Fundraise! A Nonprofit Fundraising Manual for Beginners

Editor's Note: We are pleased to share with you Chapter 2 of Susan Black’s book, Help! They Want Me to Fundraise! A Nonprofit Fundraising Manual for Beginners, published by CharityChannel Press. Our hope is that sharing this free chapter will help you discover how valuable the book will be to your success or the success of someone you know. You can pick up your copy at leading booksellers, including Amazon.