This month, we want to highlight some of the great online resources available to those in the nonprofit sector. These tools and sites offer free and low-cost options for bringing your nonprofit into the online world.
1. Impact Rising This site is designed to help support social sector organizations and consultants by giving them access to the resources to engage in capacity-building projects. Here you’ll find things like organizational assessment tools, strategic planning resources & tools and fund development information.
It also seeks to make the norms and standards of the consulting industry explicit, so that social sector organizations know… Learn more
He’s the puppy that joined our family in December 2012. He’s full of joy and playfulness and unconditional love. I can’t imagine our household with him. I’m sharing his picture with you because:
1. He’s adorable. See how he’s waving at you? 2. He’s a great example of how nonprofits work to improve our communities.
When my husband, son and I decided to add a dog to our family, I’ll admit that I became a bit overwhelmed with questions. Could we find the right puppy? If so, HOW? What breed… Learn more
In this age of increasing technology and access to knowledge, there is a wealth of information and resources that can be found on the web.
Whether you’re searching for the answer to a particular question, trying to expand your knowledge base, or just browsing, these are some must-read resources for resourceful nonprofits:
1. Harvard Business Review Blog Network The HBR blog network posts a variety of nonprofit-relevant content from a collection of bloggers. It includes information about data, data-based decision making, leadership, technology, and other valuable skill-sets for those in the nonprofit sector.