Action Without Borders - A U.S.-based global internet network promoting collaboration, volunteerism and investment to find practical solutions to social and environmental problems. The website has several searchable databases and lists of links.
Alliance for Healthy Homes - The Alliance for Healthy Homes works to protect children from lead and other home environmental health hazards. A national, non-profit public interest organization, the Alliance advocates for policy solutions and builds the capacity of communities to prevent in-home hazards from harming the health of children, their families, and all residents.
Board Cafe - Board Café will be a regular column in the online magazine Blue Avocado, the magazine for people who work and volunteer in the nonprofit sector. New Board Café articles can be read on the Blue Avocado website or you can receive it via email by signing up for a free subscription at www.blueavocado.org.
BoardSource - (formerly National Center for Nonprofit Boards). BoardSource, formerly the National Center for Nonprofit Boards, is the premier resource for practical information, tools and best practices, training, and leadership development for board members of nonprofit organizations worldwide. Through our highly acclaimed programs and services, BoardSource enables organizations to fulfill their missions by helping build strong and effective nonprofit boards.
Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership (The) - A resource center with lots of good information for starting, running and funding an organization.
Chronicle of Philanthropy (The) - The Chronicle bills itself as The newspaper for the nonprofit world. Their website includes a list of links to Internet resources for nonprofit organizations, job openings, and products and services provided by companies that serve the nonprofit world. Information given covers: gifts, grants, and good works; fund raising; management; and technology. Access to some of this site requires a paid subscription to the Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Enterprise Community Partners - Enterprise's website includes a Community Development Library which features a series of manuals and CD-ROMs covering five areas of concern to nonprofits: governance, communications, program operations, fund raising, and money management.
Foundation Center (The) - At this website, the Foundation Center has gathered a collection of annotated links to some of the best technology-related resources for nonprofits on the Web. Website covers a wide variety of topics.
Free Management Library (The) - A free community resource to be shared and contributed to by users and readers across the world...the library provides leaders and managers (especially those with very limited resources) basic and practical information about business, management and organizations. Use this link to access a free management development program. From Handsnet: One of the world's largest collections of free, online materials for the nonprofit management community.
GuideStar and Philanthropic Research, Inc. - GuideStar's mission is to revolutionize philanthropy and nonprofit practice with information, with the belief that society benefits from a more efficient, generous, and well-targeted allocation of resources to the nonprofit sector.
Idealist.org - This website provides job listings and also allows nonprofits to list events, volunteer opportunities, and internships.
Jossey-Bass - The link to Nonprofit Organizations leads to 16 topics and much information, including Board Development, Community Development, Human Resources, Religious Nonprofits and Volunteers.
Nonprofit FAQ - The Nonprofit FAQ is an indexed collection of answers to Frequently Asked Questions about nonprofit organizations. Started in 1994, the Q&A in the FAQ is continually updated using new materials from many sources including online discussions.
Nonprofit Quarterly (The), including Executive Directors Guide - The Nonprofit Quarterly is a management magazine for nonprofit leaders and managers. It provides analysis of themes such as governance, fundraising, philanthropy, evaluation, technology, and financial management. A monthly electronic newsletter is also available free at NPQ's website. Also available on NPQ's site is the Executive Directors Guide, a manual including step-by-step instructions, case studies and tips on nonprofit management issues. See also Executive Directors Guide.
Rural Assistance Center (RAC) - A product of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Rural Initiative, the Rural Assistance Center (RAC) is a rural health and human services "information portal." RAC helps rural communities and other rural stakeholders access the full range of available programs, funding, and research that can enable them to provide quality health and human services to rural residents. Resources include a Housing & Homelessness Information Guide and funding links. RAC also can provide customized grant searches in The Foundation Center database.
Public/Private Ventures - National nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the effectiveness of social policies, programs and community initiatives, especially as they affect youth and young adults. In carrying out this mission, P/PV works with philanthropies, the public and business sectors, and nonprofit organizations.
Techsoup - The leading resource center for all issues related to nonprofit technology. They also offer steep discounts on software for nonprofits, sometimes up to 90% off the list price.
Wilder Foundation (The) - Search their database for information on nonprofit management, etc., including publications.