Other Resources

  • Action Without Borders/Idea List
    has a very comprehensive web directory of nonprofit resources with over 8,000 links to organizations, directories and publications, arranged by geography as well as by issue. Also has a good list of tools for nonprofit organizations.
  • All Stars Project Inc.
    Founded in 1981, the New York non-profit All Stars Project, Inc. produces performance-oriented programs that foster human development and growth, particularly in poor communities.  
  • Alliance for Justice
    The Alliance for Justice is a national association of environmental, civil rights, mental health, women's, children's and consumer advocacy organizations. Since its inception in 1979, the Alliance has worked to advance the cause of justice for all Americans, strengthen the public interest community's ability to influence public policy, and foster the next generation of advocates.
  • American Humanics
    American Humanics is an alliance of colleges, universities, and nonprofits preparing undergraduates for careers with youth and human service organizations.
  • American Red Cross
    "Together We Can Save a Life". This national disaster services organization is the most recognized nonprofit organization in the world.
    Association for Research On Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Organizations. This site includes: The Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly which features finished papers that report research on voluntarism, citizen participation, philanthropy, and nonprofit organizations; Newsletter; Membership information; information on their annual conference; and ARNOVA Web - a list of nonprofit links.
  • Ashoka: Innovators for the Public
    A global not-for-profit organization that finds and supports outstanding individuals with ideas for far-reaching social change.
  • BmoreEvents
    Free event listings for social good events, plus valuable resources for nonprofits and nonprofit services to reinforce digital efforts.
  • Charity Village (Canada)
    CharityVillage is Canada 's huge, authoritative Web site for the nonprofit sector. Updated daily. More than 3,000 pages of news, resources, discussions, jobs, events, volunteer opportunities, "how-to" information, services, and links the world of charities on the Internet. The leading online source of information about Canada 's 142,000 registered charities and nonprofit organizations.
  • Children Now
    Children Now uses research and mass communications to make the well being of children a top priority across the nation.
  • Civic Practices Network
    A number of outstanding manuals and guides can be downloaded and printed at this site (i.e. "The Community Visioning and Strategic Planning Handbook", "Building Healthy Communities" and many others).
    Promoting a Worldwide Community of Informed, Inspired, Committed Citizens Who are Actively Engaged in Confronting the Challenges Facing Humanity.
  • Community of Science
    Contains information about scientific expertise, funded scientific research, and funding opportunities for research.
  • CompassPoint
     CompassPoint is a nonprofit consulting and training organization with offices in San Francisco and the Silicon Valley .
  • Corporate Alternatives Inc. (CAi)
    CAi has been providing training to not-for-profit organizations, trade associations, foundations and units of government since 1982. The president of the company, Peter Brinckerhoff, has been a  faculty member for the "Mission Based Management" program produced by the Learning Institute.
  • E.F. Schumacher Society
    The E.F. Schumacher Society was founded in 1980 to promote the ideas inherent in the decentralist tradition and to implement them in practical programs that link economics, ecology, and culture.
  • Earth Force
    An organization interested in actively engaging youth in the civic life of our communities through environmental problem solving.
  • Energize Inc.
    Whether you are a paid director of volunteers or an officer of an all-volunteer association, this website can help you! They are an international consulting, training and publishing firm specializing in volunteerism. President Susan Ellis is a faculty member of the Society's Learning Institute educational programs.
  • GuideStar - Directory of American Charities
    A directory of information on American Charities. Most beneficial for companies and individuals interested in investigating charities prior to making donations.
    Expressly designed to give the nonprofit community information it can use. Unlike using a major search engine, the careful selection and organization of content on IKNOW is designed to save time usually spent weeding through tens and hundreds of pages that are not exactly what you were looking for.
  • Independent Sector
    Information, advocacy & service for philanthropy, charities and volunteerism.  Includes information on the size and scope of the nonprofit sector.
  • KDV
    KDV is a for-profit firm of certified public accountants and management consultants providing services primarily in the seven county metropolitan area of Minneapolis Minnesota . The firm produces an electronic newsletter that features nonprofit reports, guest articles, news briefs, announcements, and links of interest to the nonprofit community. The firm also provides free access to an on-library of nonprofit reports (It simply requires a painless registration process).
  • Mondo Times
    Mondo Times, the worldwide media guide covers over 19,000 newspapers, magazines, radio and TV stations in 211 countries.
  • National Center for Charitable Statistics
    The National Center for Charitable Statistics is the national clearinghouse of data on the nonprofit sector in the United States. NCCS is a program of the Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy (CNP) at the Urban Institute.
  • National Civic League
    Case studies and essays on civic innovation in 9 topic areas. Models, techniques, syllabi, training centers, and some outstanding on-line manuals.
  • National Council of Nonprofit Associations
    The largest state-by-state alliance of nonprofits in the United States , NCNA is a network of 39 state and regional associations with a collective membership of more than 22,000 community nonprofits.
  • Nonprofit Risk Management Center
    Helps nonprofit staff and volunteers control risks so they can focus on their missions.
  • Npsoft.org
    A software site that caters to non-profits and academic organizations. All the software listed on npsoft.org is discounted for schools and/or not for profit organizations.
  • OMBWatch
    OMB Watch is a nonprofit research, educational, and advocacy organization that focuses on budget issues, regulatory policy, nonprofit advocacy, access to government information, and activities at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
  • Points of Light Foundation
    Established in 1990, the Points of Light Foundation is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that works with the support of caring Americans who believe that volunteerism can be a powerful antidote to the social problems that afflict neighborhoods and communities.
  • The Urban Institute
    The Urban Institute is a nonprofit policy research organization established in Washington , D.C. , in 1968. The Institute's goals are to sharpen thinking about society's problems and efforts to solve them, improve government decisions and their implementation, and increase citizens' awareness about important public choices.
  • Training Consortium
    A free searchable database of trainers, consultants, speakers, organizations and vendors. Registrants can be searched by industry experience, area of expertise, geography, language, target audience and more.
  • Unified Registration Statement (URS)
    An effort to consolidate the information and data requirements of all states that require registration of nonprofit organizations performing charitable solicitations within their jurisdictions.
  • United Way of America
    United Way of America (UWA) is the national service and training center supporting member United Ways by helping them pursue dual strategies of adding value to the community and conducting cost-effective, donor oriented fund-raising to increase financial resources. To find the United Way nearest to you, try the My United Way locator.
  • Volunteer Consulting Group
    The Volunteer Consulting Group works to strengthen nonprofit boards with a priority to: (1) Help them to find the board members they need across barriers of age, skill, ethnicity and geography; and (2) Consult to boards, helping them address issues of growth, transition and the development of effective board/staff partnerships.

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