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.
2. Innovation Network
Innonet.org has a variety of multimedia posts that discuss evaluation, nonprofit data recording, and lessons nonprofits can learn. You can browse podcasts, webinars, blog posts, and more on this helpful network.
3. National Council of Nonprofits
With an extensive library of nonprofit resources, thousands of nonprofits in their network, and the latest news about nonprofits nationwide, the National Council of Nonprofits is a great email list to join, or simply an excellent site to surf for information.
4. Markets for Good
Founded through the joint efforts of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the William & Flora Hewlett Foundation, and progressive financial firm Liquidnet, Markets for Good seeks to improve systems for generating, sharing, and acting upon information in the social sector. As a forum for discussion and collaboration, it offers a wealth of advice and opportunities.
5. Nonprofit Marketing Guide
From thoughtful allegorical pieces to useful guidance for nonprofit marketers, this website offers an abundance of meaningful suggestions for promoting your organization.
Do you already use any of these resources?
We’d love to hear how they have helped you!