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This booklet comes from a 2004 presentation by Target Software to members of the fundraising industry. It provides information about Target Software’s products for managing data related to nonprofits’ fundraising operations.
Target Software was established by Charles (Chuck) Longfield. Starting in the late 1970s, Longfield built software systems and conducted research to enhance nonprofits’ fundraising capabilities and donor data management systems. Around 2007, Blackbaud, a business providing software and data management to nonprofit organizations, acquired his companies and Longfield became Blackbaud’s chief data scientist until his retirement.
In addition to his work in the fundraising industry, Longfield helped to develop the Case-Schiller home price index. He is a philanthropist in his own right, with a focus on education.
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overall: 28.5 cm x 23.5 cm x 2 cm; 11 7/32 in x 9 1/4 in x 25/32 in
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Charles Longfield
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