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INTRODUCTION TO OUR DOCUMENT
This project is funded by the Government of Canada's SocialDevelopment Partnerships Program. "The opinions andinterpretations in this publication are those of the author and do notnecessarily reflect those of the Government of Canada."This was one element of our broader fundraising research. Researchand compilation for this project was completed by the FLA Group(620-265 Carling Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario, K1S 2E1). FLA is aleading consulting company who design tailor made fundraisingsolutions.Copyright the Neil Squire Foundation, 2003.
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We ask you acknowledge the Neil Squire Foundationif you utilize this document. Please note that some aspects to theAppendices are copyrighted from a third party. Please acknowledgethese copyrights when copying or transmitting this document.The intent of publishing this document is to help smaller to mid-sizeorganizations to understand basic principles of fundraising in a clearand concise manner. As well as strategies, we have provided modelpolicies for your organization to consider. This is not intended to bean exhaustive “study” and is, essentially, a stock document to assistyour organization in getting started and pointed in the right direction.Your feedback is always important. If you have questions, or wouldlike to provide comments, please contact Greg Pyc at (604) 473-9363or toll free at 1-877-673-4636. You can also e-mail Greg email@example.com(Please put in the subject line: TowardsFinancial Independence Document).We trust you will find this document useful and wish you success inyour fundraising endeavors.The Neil Squire Foundation, July 2003.