About.com for Nonprofits
Organizes information about and useful to nonprofit organizations.
Association of Fundraising Professionals, Mahoning Shenango Valley Chapter
The local chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals provides educational and networking opportunities to local fundraising professionals. The website allows the user to register for programs sponsored by the chapter. In addition, links to philanthropy related information and a jobs board are provided.
Association of Small Foundations
This site provides an overview on starting a private foundation.
Better Business Bureau
Helpful to both charities and donors, provides an alphabetical listing of charity reports, allows the user to inquire about a charity or make a complaint. A user can also find a list of BBB seal holders.
This organization works to make nonprofit organizations more effective by stregnthening boards. It provides a number of resources to do this, including a knowledge center, e-newsletters, books and information on workshops and events.
An independent charity evaluator, Charity Navigator assesses over 4300 U.S. charitities. The site helps charitable givers make intelligent giving decisions.
Chronicle of Philanthropy
Articles from the Chronicle of Philanthropy and grant announcements.
A consulting, research and training organization that provides a series of free FAQs written by leading experts in the philanthropy field.
Community Resource Center
This article provides answers to many of the commonly asked questions regarding fiscal sponsorship in a question and answer format.
National Council of Nonprofits
Resources to start and strenghten a nonprofit organization.
Network for Good Learning Center
Provides fundraising resources for nonprofit organizations.
David Lamb's Prospect Research Page
A compilation of very useful, well annotated websites to conduct research on corporations, foundations and individuals.
Directory of Development Organizations
Lists of development organizations located throughout the world, divided into six regions and organized into one of nine categories. Helpful in locating development organizations. These entries are updated on an annual basis or as needed.
A site by Gregory Colvin, attorney and author of Fiscal Sponsorship: 6 Ways to Do It Right. Provides sample agreements as well as further resources.
Resources and links for nonprofit organizations seeking information on philanthropy and the grantmaking process.
Free Management Library
Basic, practical assistance to nonprofits in the areas of organizational and management development.
Fundsnet offers the latest information available on funding and scholarship opportunities.
Gifts in Kind International
Receives donations from 1000's of companies and distributes them to over 150,000 community charities nationally and worldwide who in turn help millions of people throughout the world in need.
Assistance to nonprofit organizations seeking funding for projects. Advice in areas such as research, proposal writing and consultants selection.
A nonprofit organization that makes "cutting edge technologies available to grassroots organizations and communities around the world, for free. Membership is free and members receive a variety of benefits, including website hosting, volunteer-based website design, and special consulting opportunities."
GuideStar is a database of more than 700,000 nonprofit organizations in the United States. It's the world's most comprehensive source of information about American nonprofit organizations.
Help Filling Out Your 501(c) 3 Application
This site is intended to assist new non-profit organizations fill out IRS form 1023, the application requited to become a non-profit organization.
Links to grant related resources, including elements of a grant proposal.
Useful site to promote your organization in the U.S. and abroad. Offers Message Board to post jobs, volunteer positions, internships, events and programs. Helpful to individuals and organizations as well as consultants and vendors.
Provides assistance with program development, evaluation and budgeting. The user is required to fill out the free registration form in order to access the site.
Internet Nonprofit Center
This site provides information for and about nonprofit organizations in the United States. It includes a Nonprofit FAQ, an online library of essays and analytical pieces and links to the current issue of Nonprofit Online Times.
An online newsletter containing corporate, foundation, biographical, international and online news of interest to the grant seeking community.
Law for Change
Helpful site for starting a nonprofit, provides legal resources for social innovators, community organizers as well as nonprofits.
A registered charity, Modest Needs offers aid to low income workers needing assistance with emergency expenses, a short term financial crisis. In addition, the site provides access to a large, free database of alternative resources.
National Association of State Charity Officials
Designed as a meeting place for leaders of nonprofits and state charity officials, this site provides links to state charity information as well as U.S. Postal service, IRS and Federal Trade Commission.
National Association for Exchange of Industrial Resources
Solicits donations of brand new products from manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers across the country. Materials are offered to member nonprofits through a number of programs. Fee schedule of membership is provided on the site.
NCCS-National Center for Charitable Statistics
A program of the Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy at the Urban Institute, NCCS serves as the national clearinghouse of data on the nonprofit sector in the U.S. Allows the user access to an easy-to-use website to complete the 990. Also provides information on the nonprofit sector by state.
Nonprofit Good Practice Guide
An easy to access, current site of information on managing a nonprofit organization developed by the Johnson Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership.
Nonprofit Job Seeker
A great place for nonprofit job seekers and nonprofit employers to connect. Find a job or post a resume. Post a job or search resumes.
Provides a series of free, online tools to help small nonprofits work effectively.
Provides resources and special reports for nonprofit professionals in areas of fundraising, giving, management and leadership. Includes a jobs area for finding and posting jobs in the philanthropy field.
Philanthropy News Network Online
Covers news in the nonprofit sector including major gifts and grants.
San Francisco Study Center-Fiscal Sponsor Directory
Find listings of known fiscal sponsors organized by state, service category, or keyword.
TechSoup is a nonprofit program that distributes donated and deeply discounted software and technology products to eligible nonprofit organizations. All products are available either for a small admin. fee if donated, or at prices that are deeply discounted.