Nonprofit Management & Staffing Resources

Alliance for Nonprofit Management
The Alliance for Nonprofit Management members include management support organizations, individual professionals, and a range of national/regional, umbrella, research and academic, publishing, and philanthropic organizations that provide training and consulting to nonprofits. The Web site has a resource center that includes Web sites, books, videos, and other resources relating to nonprofit management and governance; and a database of alliance member providers, searchable by name, state, types of assistance offered and/or by services offered.

Aspen Institute
The Aspen Institute is a global forum for leaders from various disciplines to address critical issues that affect societies, organizations, and individuals. The website proved information on seminars, which encourage participants to reflect on what good for society; young-Leader fellowship, which brings proven leaders; policy programs and public conferences and events. It also offers annual reports, a list of annoted links to global partners, publication content and summaries and research abstract.

Association of Fundraising Professionals
The Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) consists of 30,000 individual members in 500 chapters throughout the world, working to advance philanthropy through advocacy, research, education, and certification programs. Visitors to AFP’s Web site will find extensive information on nonprofit philanthropy and AFP activities and publications, AFP’s professional advancement programs and course information, and the full text of its Code of Ethical Principles and Standards of Professional Practice and the principles of a Donor Bill of Rights, created to address concerns and challenges arising from Internet charitable giving. In addition, job opportunity and member services modules are made available to AFP members. You can sign up for free e-mail updates on professional advancement and public policy.

The Chronicle of Philanthropy
Like its biweekly print analog, The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s Web site is full of useful information for fund raisers, grant makers, nonprofit managers, and others. The site is organized into broad topic areas-Gifts and Grants, Fund Raising, Managing Nonprofit Groups, Technology, and Jobs. It includes a summary of the contents of the Chronicle’s current issue, with an archive of articles since 1998; a database of all corporate and foundation grants listed in the Chronicle since 1995; a nonprofit handbook which is a searchable database of more than 1700 items; surveys conducted by the Chronicle and reports of other surveyors conducted by other organization; job opportunities in the nonprofit sector; a listing of upcoming conferences and workshops; and annotated links to other nonprofit resources on the Internet. News on nonprofit employers, technology companies, fund raising service companies, consultants, and direct-marketing service companies is also available. Visitors can also sign-up for free e-mail updates about changes to the site and breaking news stories. Some of the material is available only to Chronicle subscribers.

The Clearinghouse for Volunteer Accounting Services
The Clearinghouse for Volunteer Accounting Services provides accounting services to nonprofit organizations nationwide by matching accountants with organizations in need of accounting services. All accountants work on a volunteer basis, and offer their services free of charge to eligible nonprofits. The Web site includes information on how to find an accountant, as well as the accounting services they provide.

Commongood Careers
Commongood Careers is dedicated to helping today’s most effective social entrepreneurs hire the best talent. Founded by nonprofit professionals, Commongood Careers offers personalized, engaged services to jobseekers and organizations throughout the hiring process, as well as access to a wealth of articles, tools, and other knowledge about careers in the social sector. Ultimately, Commongood Careers fosters social change by helping social entrepreneurs save money and time for mission-critical work and place the right talent in the right jobs to do that work even more effectively.

CompassPoint Nonprofit Services
Funded by foundations, corporations, and individuals, CompassPoint Nonprofit Services provides affordable management consulting, training, and research information to the nonprofit sector. Website visitors can access information on courses for wide range of skills, conferences, coaching, leadership training, etc. By checking out the Resource Directory, visitors can find links to other organization, technical support and the nonprofit (FAQ).
Coro is a nonprofit leadership training organization that offers related workshops, internships, fellowships, and youth programs to the nonprofit community. The Web site has detailed information about the various programs, including application procedures, alumni program, an E. Newletter and an online application form.

Executive Service Corps of Southern California
The Executive Service Corps of Southern California is an innovative organization that links retired executives and professionals with nonprofit organizations to serve as management consultants and board members. By clicking on Nonprofit Resource page, visitors gain access to links, events and news and resources and on the main page, it offers the annual reports, ESC newsletter and the Monthly Communique.
Free Management Library
The Free Management Library is a free community resource for nonprofit and for-profit organizations; and is contributed to by users and readers. The library is designed to be as user friendly as possible, with a focus on providing online management resources to organizations. Visitors to this well-organized Web site can conduct a category search of free, self-directed management courses in topics such as communications, finances, fundraising, program management, program evaluation, strategic planning, and consultants.

The Grantsmanship Center
The Grantsmanship Center (TGCI) is a clearinghouse of fundraising information and provides training in grantsmanship and proposal writing for nonprofit organizations and government agencies. In addition to training program and schedule information, the center’s Web site offers grant source information on community foundations and federal, state, and international funding; current Federal Register grant funding information, including a daily summary; TGCI Magazine, an online publication; and a listing of publications for fundraisers, including TGCI proposal writing guides. The Web site also has a new resource, Winning Grant Proposals Online, with examples of effective proposal writing models for designing programs, consisting entirely of recent federally funded, top-ranked grant proposals in a wide variety of subject areas.

Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations
The Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations is a Harvard University research center focusing on nonprofit policy and leadership. The Web site has information about the center’s programs, major research activities, the press and ways to be engage with other scholars and practioners.

Hurwit & Associates – Nonprofit Law Resource Library
Hurwit & Associates provides legal counsel in all aspects of nonprofit law, including nonprofit corporate, tax, regulatory, and charitable trust law to nonprofit, philanthropic, and tax-exempt organizations throughout the U.S. and abroad. Clients include educational, health, human service, environmental, arts, advocacy, and philanthropic organizations. The Web site provides information on areas ranging from how to start a nonprofit to governance, social entrepreneurism, charitable contributions, liability, risk management and insurance.

InnoNet (Innovation Network, Inc.) is dedicated to building evaluation and learning skills, knowledge, and processes within public and nonprofit organizations through the use of participatory evaluation. The Web site provides a free, innovative Workstation tool to guide nonprofits and public agencies through a planning and evaluation process, resulting in a blueprint for designing, evaluating, and implementing a successful program, with a corresponding work plan. InnoNet also provides information on its consulting services and workshops and provides a wealth of evaluation resources in its Resource Center. The InnoNetworking section connects you to a message board, discussion group, news, and an opportunity to signup for e-mail updates.

Interactive Knowledge for Nonprofits Worldwide
Developed and maintained by Raffa & Associates, P.C., Interactive Knowledge for Nonprofits Worldwide is a collection of links to online education, fundraising, governance, human resources, legal issues, legislation, strategic planning, board governance, financial management, and voluntarism resources for nonprofit organizations.

Leader to Leader Institute
The Leader to Leader Institute, formerly the Peter F. Drucker Foundation, supports leadership in the nonprofit sector by providing educational opportunities and other resources to promising nonprofit leaders. The institute’s Web site has articles, books and videos about leadership and management, a self-assessment tool, workshop information, and the Innovation in Practice Site, a searchable database of nonprofit programs and projects.

Learner Resource Center
The Learner Resource Center has a number of resources on the Web that provide assistance in a variety of nonprofit management and leadership areas. The center’s Web site includes a section with links to annotated resources organized by topic and Web-based articles.

Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations
The Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations, affiliated with Case Western Reserve University, has been the standard-setter in graduate education for leaders of nonprofit organizations in the United States. The center’s Web site contains information about its academic programs, conferences and lectures, career and alumni services, and publications. The site also has information about the Center’s Strategic Alliances project, and its Youth Philanthropy and Service program, for which it provides mini-grants. <!—
My Noodle
My Noodle is a clearinghouse of information, news, and resources for the nonprofit community in the United States and abroad. The Web site includes daily news on a variety of subjects of interest to nonprofit organizations; twice-monthly feature articles; an extensive resource directory; listings of events, classes, workshops, and seminars; a searchable job database; and special reports on issues that are important to the nonprofit community. Visitors to the Web site can also sign up for a free e-mail newsletter.—>

Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York
The Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York (NPCC) is a membership organization dedicated to protecting and helping the nonprofit community of the New York metropolitan area. The committee’s Web site provides Peter Swords’ “How to Read the IRS Form 990 & Find Out What It Means,” an employee benefits survey, and Who Does What?, a searchable database of nonprofits that offer technical assistance to other nonprofits. A listing of government grants; programs; New York Nonprofits, an online newsletter; and workshop calendars are available online.

Nonprofit Good Practice Guide
Nonprofit Good Practice Guide is an online resource directory and capacity building tool that offers preferred practices, glossaries, resources, trends and Web site profiles within ten topic areas including: accountability and evaluation, communications and marketing, governance, and technology. The Web site offers answers to many questions about managing nonprofits by providing hands-on tips, articles and profiled links.

Nonprofit Resource Center
The Nonprofit Resource Center is designed for managers, board members, and volunteers of nonprofit or tax-exempt organizations. The Web site contains links to resources for nonprofits, listed by category: legal, fundraising, marketing and people management, support organizations, and fundraising.

The Online Nonprofit Information Center
The Online Nonprofit Information Center provides tools to help nonprofit organizations. The center’s Web site provides purchasing information for nonprofit handbooks and guides, along with content summaries. The site also has an annotated nonprofit links page.

Stanford Social Innovation Review
Published by the Center for Social Innovation at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, the Stanford Social Innovation Review offers ideas and strategies to advance the strategy and leadership of grantmakers, nonprofit managers, consultants and researchers. The Web site has summaries of the Review’s provocative articles, an archive of past stories, as well as free sample articles. Visitors can also sign-up for free e-mail updates with events, seminars and executive education opportunities at the Center for Social Innovation at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Some of the material on the Web site is available only to the Review’s subscribers.

Strategic Solutions
Strategic Solutions, a collaborative effort of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the James Irvine Foundation, the WIlliam and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and La Piana Associates, is dedicated to educating the nonprofit sector about the potential value of strategic restructuring activities, including mergers, joint ventures, and administrative consolidations. The Web site includes information about research and development, documentation, and training and workshops. Visitors to the site can read and download reports on restructuring, access services for consultation and facilitation of partnership negotiations, find local partners, and learn about training and events.

Texas Nonprofit Management Assistance Network
The Texas Nonprofit Management Assistance Network develops and connects centers and organizations that provide information, libraries, workshops, consulting services, and publications to the nonprofit sector. The Web site has membership criteria and benefits information; a list of current members, with links to their Web sites; news and events; and links to Web sites of Texas educational institutions that have programs which include the study of nonprofits or voluntarism.

Third Sector New England
Third Sector New England encourages active democracy and capacity building among the voluntary or independent sector. The organization publishes Executive Directors Guide, TSNe-bulletin and sponsors programs, services, and conferences. Additionally, Third Sector New England includes a Fiscal sponsorship, which offer contracts and grants to unincorporated groups, projects and grassroot coalitions that aim to build a stronger communites; Mission Effectiveness Program, which assist individual nonprofits organization in leadership development, research and evaluation; and the Capacity Building Fund Guidelines (CBF) for grants to organizations in Massachusetts and Rhode Island that are active in Social and economic justice issues. Applications for the grants are available on the Web site.


Governance Matter
Governance Matter provides education and advocacy services to foster board effectiveness through its New York-based membership. To help raise the standards of nonprofit governance, Governance Matter provides programs including a board leadership research project, speakers bureau, event summaries, resources library and Board 101 training seminars. The Web site has a resources section that includes information about promoting effective nonprofit governance; developing a strategic plan; myths and realities; and key responsibilities of nonprofit board members.

Board Cafe
Board Cafe, published by CompassPoint Nonprofit Services, is a monthly electronic newsletter for members of nonprofit boards. Each issue includes a menu of information, opinions, news, and resources, with a “Main Course” article that can be applied to board work. The Web site also has access to past issues of the newsletter dating back to 1997.

Board Match Plus
Board Match Plus is a program designed to introduce qualified candidates to nonprofit boards of directors. Visitors to the Web site can join a nonprofit board or get advice on board service. The site also contains a section which allows visitors to browse board openings and submit an application form to boards with openings.

BoardnetUSA is a Web site dedicated to the express purpose of connecting nonprofit boards and new leaders. The site is designed to be a national collaborative network of communities working locally to enhance nonprofit board governance.

BoardSource, formerly the National Center for Nonprofit Boards, provides practical information, tools and best practices, training, and leadership development for board members of nonprofit organizations worldwide. BoardSource also publishes material on nonprofit governance, including more than 100 booklets, books, videos, and audiotapes. Visitors to the Web site will find feature articles; information on membership, consulting and training, and board resources; and Board Source Online, an abridged version of Board Member, the members-only periodical of BoardSource.

Job Opportunities

For job and career changers, the Bridgestar online job board lists senior management and board positions in nonprofit organizations throughout the United States.

CharityChannel Career Search Online
CharityChannel’s Career Search Online allows you to search for jobs by location, classification, title, organization, keyword, and just submitted items. You can also search listings of executive recruitment firms. It also has a list position available in different organization.

CharityJobs, part of, matches job seekers with employers in the United Kingdom’s nonprofit sector. Job seekers can search for vacancies, register their resume, and sign-up to receive job listings by e-mail.

The Chronicle of Higher Education-Career Network
The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Career Network is a valuable resource for professionals seeking employment in the field of higher education. The Web site contains job announcements, employer profiles, a forum for discussion, career-related advice, and an option to receive free e-mail notification of new jobs.

The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s Philanthropy Careers
The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s Philanthropy Careers Web site is full of useful information for job seekers. Visitors to the site can browse job listings, sign-up for e-mail notification of new job listings, view articles about the job market, and get practical advice on seeking work at nonprofit organizations.

Community Career Center
The Community Career Center Web site provides a place for employers and prospective employees in the nonprofit sector to find each other. Employers can post jobs, and candidates can submit their credentials and search job listings.

DeepSweep provides a free resume-bank and searchable job postings, with listings from the nonprofit sector. Positions advertised include entry-level vacancies and career opportunities for seasoned, nonprofit staff. is a resource for senior-level job seekers in nonprofit and public sector employment in the areas of higher education, the environment, health, advocacy, philanthropy, government, social and human services, and community and economic development. The Web site allows employers to post and edit job notices for a fee, while job seekers can post resumes, search employment notices, and receive weekly job updates free of charge.

The Foundation Center’s Job Corner
The Foundation Center’s Job Corner features some 513 current full-time job openings at U.S. foundations, corporate grantmakers, educational institutions, nonprofit infrastructure organizations, grantmaking public charities, and other nonprofit organizations. Jobs are searchable by organizational type, job function, state, and keyword.

Idealist-Nonprofit Internships
Idealist, a project of Action Without Borders, offers a Nonprofit Internships Web site, which is a one-stop shopping source for internship opportunities around the United States and around the world. Visitors to the Web site can conduct a keyword search of the database and subscribe to an internship mailing list for daily updates on new postings.

Idealist-Nonprofit Jobs
Idealist, a project of Action Without Borders, has a Nonprofit Jobs Web site that provides a searchable database of nonprofit jobs around the world. Visitors can search the database by geography, area of focus, or job category, and can subscribe to a free daily, personalized job e-mail list. Nonprofits can register and post job openings at no charge.

Jobs.NET is a job-matching Web site where users establish a free job seeking account that allows them to search for national and international positions, create an online resume, match their interests and skills with the needs of potential employers, and browse company profiles.

Nonprofit Career Network
Created to fill the needs of the nonprofit sector, the Nonprofit Career Network is a “one-stop resource center” for job seekers looking for employment within a nonprofit organization and for nonprofits seeking qualified candidates. Visitors to the Web site can post jobs or resumes, search national job listings, consult a nonprofit organization directory and corporate profiles.
Opportunity NOCs
At the Opportunity NOCs Web site, job seekers can conduct free searches through a large database of available nonprofit jobs, and nonprofit organizations can post employment opportunities for a fee. The site also has links to Web sites with career development resources.

PNN Online-Career Center
The online version of the Philanthropy Journal of North Carolina is a comprehensive source of nonprofit news and information. Its Nonprofit Jobs area enables prospective employees to search current listings by region or title and to apply for positions with an online form.

Professionals for Nonprofits, Inc.
Professionals for Nonprofits, Inc. is a staffing center for temporary and permanent employment with nonprofit organizations. The Web site provides employment resources for job seekers and nonprofit employers, including job listings, employee profiles, information on temporary and permanent positions, a list of nonprofit organizations served by the company, and a downloadable salary survey.

Program Evaluation

American Evaluation Association
The American Evaluation Association (AEA) is an international professional association of evaluators who assess the effectiveness of programs, policies, personnel, technology products, and organizations. The AEA Web site has a variety of evaluation-related resources, including information about the association’s annual conference and other related events, topical interest groups, published books and journals, the full-text of key documents for evaluators, a list of job postings and training institutions in the field, links to other sites of interest, a listing of ongoing degree programs of relevance to evaluation, and the EVALTALK Listserv, an open discussion list devoted to issues in the field of evaluation. The AEA member newsletter, first published in the winter of 2001, is also available on the Web site.

United Way of America’s Outcome Measurement Resource Network
The Outcome Measurement Resource Network section of the United Way of America’s Web site provides an online resource library that contains the full text of selected papers and newsletter articles, information about current initiatives, survey results, a report on outcome measurement data management systems for agencies, and links to related resources.


Center for Effective Philanthropy
The mission of the Center for Effective Philanthropy is to provide foundation trustees and executives with the management and governance tools needed to define, assess, and improve overall foundation performance. The Web site provides informaiton on their seminars, publications, research and current news.

Corporation for National and Community Service
The Corporation for National and Community Service works with governor-appointed state commissions, nonprofits, faith-based groups, schools, and other civic organizations to provide opportunities for Americans of all ages to serve their community and the nation. The Web site has program resources and research information on volunteer opportunities available with AmeriCorps, Senior Corps, and Learn and Serve, including program profiles, news and public service announcements, job announcements, and information on internships and fellowships.

Energize, Inc.
Energize, Inc. is an international training, consulting, and publishing firm, specializing in voluntarism “especially for leaders of volunteers.” The Energize Web site has Hot Topics, a monthly essay by voluntarism expert Susan J. Ellis; Collective Wisdom, offering success stories and advice; a volunteer management library of articles and books; voluntarism information sources and links, with listings of conferences, classes, resource centers, Web sites, magazines, products, and services; and listings of paid volunteer management jobs, internships, and exchange opportunities.

Created by the co-founder of VolunteerMatch, GivingGlobal, aims to match donors and volunteers with quality, international nonprofits. The site allows for donors and volunteers to search for organizations, projects and volunteer opportunities according to their specific interests and a geographic area.

International Association for Volunteer Effort
The International Association for Volunteer Effort was created in 1970 by a small group of volunteer from throughout the world who shared a common vision of how volunteers can contribute to the solution of human and social problems and to the development of bridges of understanding among people of all nations. The association’s Web site has news and events, as well as youth involvement, and membership services information.

New York Cares
New York Cares organizes individuals and groups who wish to volunteer in the New York metropolitan area for a wide range of nonprofit and charitable groups and events. Through the Web site, individuals and groups will find information on seasonal projects, annual service events, and community service opportunities. These flexibly-scheduled, team-based service events, coordinate a wide body of volunteers and skills with organizations in need of volunteer time. Further details, service updates, and upcoming events are all available on the Web site.

Points of Light Foundation
Dedicated to encouraging community service, the Points of Light Foundation provides assistance to businesses that institute employee volunteer programs, youth organizations that promote involvement in the welfare of their community, and nonprofit groups that recruit and coordinate volunteer efforts. The Web site has volunteer information for individuals, families, and organizations, including project ideas, service stories, publications, and additional resources.

SERVEnet, a program of Youth Service America, was designed to encourage community involvement through volunteering, by providing volunteer-based nonprofit organizations with the best resources available to them in a quick and easy manner and to match the skills, experience, and enthusiasm of dedicated volunteers with nonprofit organizations who need their participation. Visitors to the Web site can post and find volunteer and career opportunities, service news, events, and other resources. Volunteer opportunities are listed by location, and can be searched by entering a zip code.’s Virtual Volunteering’s Virtual Volunteering encourages and assists in the development of volunteer activities that can be completed via the Internet. The organization’s Web site has a virtual volunteering program guidebook and volunteer manager resources that include an article about implementing a volunteer program, sample online assignments, advice for volunteers, handbooks, papers, and reports.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Volunteering
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Volunteering site provides a listing of volunteer opportunities, including federal, national, and local volunteer programs. The Web site also includes links to national volunteer clearinghouses.

VolunteerMatch helps individuals nationwide find on-site volunteer opportunities posted by local nonprofit and public sector organizations. Volunteers can search an online database of thousands of one-time and ongoing opportunities-including walk-a-thons, beach day cleanups, tutoring, home building, and meal deliveries-by zip code, distance, category, and duration, then sign up automatically by e-mail for those that fit their interest and schedule. The Web site also has an online newsletter and a listing of “virtual volunteering” opportunities for individuals, including those with disabilities, who wish to contribute their time via computer. Community service organizations with volunteer opportunities can also post their information with VolunteerMatch.

Volunteer Engagement and Leadership Program from Portland State University
Portland State University’s Volunteer Engagement and Leadership program train professionals and others on how to form an excellence volunteer program by offering training on recuiting, evalutating,leading and engaging the volunteers. There are two format of training, the first on is an online course while the other one is situated in a classroom.

Volunteers of America
Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit, spiritually-based organization providing local human service programs and the opportunity for individual and community involvement through outreach programs that help youths at risk, frail elderly, abused and neglected children, people with disabilities, and homeless individuals. The Web site has a directory of community-based offices; a newsletter and magazine; advocacy information, including a weekly public policy update; as well as extensive program information.

World Volunteer Web
Building on the success of the United Nations International Year of Volunteers 2001, World Volunteer Web provides a portal for the sharing of information on global volunteer activities and issues. The Web site includes stories and experiences from volunteers worldwide, international development issues, policy and legislation, research publications, news, and events.

NPO Membership Organizations

Serving as a portal site for professional associations, nonprofit networks, and special interest organizations, is structured in a similar fashion to many popular search engines, breaking down its listings according to industry categories and providing advanced search capabilities.—>

Colorado Nonprofit Association
The Colorado Nonprofit Association Organizations provides leadership and services to strengthen nonprofits’ ability to build and sustain healthy communities . The organization’s Web site contains a directory of members and links to their sites, an online version of the organization’s newsletter, information about current legislation, links to helpful resources, and a calendar of local events and forums.

Council of Community Services of New York State
The Council of Community Services of New York State is a membership based nonprofit providing nonprofit management, technical assistance and training, public policy, employee benefits, and group purchasing services to its members. The Web site has membership information, annual publications and newsletters, a public policy and advocacy section, technical assistance information, jobs/internships, events, and useful links to nonprofit resources.

The INDEPENDENT SECTOR (IS) is committed to promoting, strengthening, and advancing the nonprofit and philanthropic community to foster private initiative for the public good. It contains information on members, publications, annual conferences and events. It also contains awards and links to jobs. The Research directory includes the Nonprofit Almanac and Desk Reference, which provides facts and figures on the size and scope of the nonprofit sector; Giving and Volunteering in the United States, which covers the giving and volunteering habits of individuals; and the nation of Givers, which analyzes regional patterns of charitable behaviors. IS’s Public policy program advocates on behalf of the nonprofit sector in areas such as tax issues, nonprofit advocacy and lobbying, government funding, accountability, and public policy. Click on to connect with your legislators and government officials about the issues affecting the nonprofit sector. The NonProfit Pathfinder, designed for scholars, researchers, practitioners, funders, and the media, gathers and organizes online information on philanthropy, the nonprofit sector, and civil society organizations.

Minnesota Council of Nonprofits
The Minnesota Council of Nonprofits, a statewide membership association of nonprofit organizations, works to provide information and services to Minnesota’s nonprofits by sharing information, services, and research in order to educate its members and the community. The Web site has many useful links and resources, including a public policy page that includes legislative updates, a nonprofit job board, and links to a number of searchable databases.

National Council of Nonprofit Organizations
The National Council of Nonprofit Organizations is a network of dozens of state and regional associations ranging from large to small, well-established to just starting up, in all fields, including technology, social service, education, health, and cultural activities. The council’s Web site contains information on the various state associations, conferences and meetings, job listings, and projects with which the council is currently involved.

National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster
National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster coordinates the planning efforts of many state and national voluntary organizations, and assists these organizations in their efforts to work with government agencies in responding to disaster. The Web site has a list of links to member organizations, planning documents, an annual report, news, and a calendar of events.

Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York
The Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York (NPCC) is a membership organization dedicated to protecting and helping the nonprofit community of the New York metropolitan area. The committee’s Web site provides Peter Swords’ “How to Read the IRS Form 990 & Find Out What It Means,” an employee benefits survey, and Who Does What?, a searchable database of nonprofits that offer technical assistance to other nonprofits. A listing of government grants; programs; New York Nonprofits, an online newsletter; and workshop calendars are available online.

TechSoup is a Web-based resource center that offers technology assistance and solutions for small to mid-size nonprofit organizations. The site offers nonprofit technology articles and news, and information on where to find donated or discounted software and equipment through its companion site, DiscounTech. The site also has information on computer training; advice on technology funding; information on technology planning; listings of available volunteers and consultants; and detailed information on recycled hardware, including how to find it. Visitors has to be a member in order to purchase the donated items on the site. It also has a free, monthly publication, By the Cup, with feature articles related to nonprofit technology

Utah Nonprofits Association
The Utah Nonprofits Association is the umbrella membership association of 501(c)(3) organizations in Utah. Incorporated in 1990, UNA was created by, and for, people who strive for a stronger, more professional not-for-profit community in Utah. The organization focuses on providing mutual support, management development through training opportunities and sector-wide advocacy. The organization’s Web site contains a directory of members and links to their sites, our on-line Job Board, a consultant database, and a calendar of upcoming UNA trainings and events.

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