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Tim Crum's "An Animal Shelter's Guide to Fundraising" Provides Important Fundraising Tools

New book provides step-by-step instructions to create a workable fundraising program.

PHOENIX, Aug. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Tim Crum is a nationally recognized expert on fundraising in the animal welfare industry.  He has recently authored "An Animal Shelter's Guide to Fundraising."  This "How To" guide was created to help animal welfare professionals by providing simple step-by-step instructions to create a workable fundraising program.  

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Enthusiastic reviews have already started to come in and can be viewed at this link: www.animalshelterguide.com/advance-praise---book-reviews.html.  Julie Duke, the current  executive director for Pedigree Foundation says,  "Any shelter or rescue organization looking for expert guidance on setting up a successful fundraising program need look no further.  Tim Crum's passion for animal welfare and his experience as a successful fundraiser in the shelter world makes him the perfect guide.  Having a well-organized plan is half the battle to raising all the money your organization needs and Tim helps you develop the plan that is right for you. Then he leads you through all the required steps and helps you understand the importance of each exercise you complete.  Along the way, you're building your campaign.  Get started!  There's money to be raised!"

Tim Crum has raised in excess of $200 million for local and national animal welfare groups during his 18-year career in animal welfare. His book "An Animal Shelter's Guide to Fundraising" is a non-fictional story based on his fundraising experience and knowledge. Read more at www.animalshelterguide.com.

An Animal Shelter's Guide to Fundraising is published by
Shark Press Publishing
ISBN: 978-0-692-25521-6
Published: August 2014
Available at www.animalshelterguide.com

If you would like more information about "An Animal Shelter's Guide to Fundraising," or to schedule an interview with Tim, please contact him at 623-975-1234 or Email.

Tim Crum is a nationally recognized expert on fundraising in the animal welfare industry who is often called upon to speak at national and regional conferences. He founded Animal Shelter Fundraising, an Arizona-based limited liability company, in 2008 and has consulted with more than 100 animal welfare groups across the United States.  Tim has raised in excess of $200 million for both local and national animal welfare groups, and his company is now one of the leading fundraising service providers in the animal welfare industry.  Tim is also the lead presenter for Humane College, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing educational and professional development opportunities to individuals who work or volunteer in animal welfare. He has taught thousands of animal shelter professionals via online webinars and in dozens of workshops in cities across the United States.  In 2013, Tim formed Animal Shelter Services to provide shelter evaluations along with management and operational support to animal sheltering organizations.

For more information, please consult these sites:

www.animalshelterfundraising.com

www.humanecollege.com

www.animalshelterservices.com

www.timcrum.com

Contact: Tim Crum
623.975.1234 
Animal Shelter Fundraising 
Email

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