Marketing Management for Non-Profit Organizations provides a comprehensive overview of the theory behind non-profit marketing, and analyses key non-profit sectors such as fund-raising, the arts, education, healthcare, and social ideas. The text is divided into three sections, mirroring the syllabus that is taught on many specialist undergraduate and MBA course modules. It consists of an introduction to marketing, marketing planning/market orientation and a detailed section which explicitly addresses the application of marketing to the key non-profit sub-sectors of fund-raising, the arts, education, healthcare and social ideas. Each chapter contains an outline of its objectives, discussion questions, and a summary of key areas covered. 2nd and 3rd year undergraduate and postgraduate students taking courses in non-profit marketing, service marketing and public sector management will find this volume an invaluable course accompaniment.