Whether you are looking for a job, want to become a volunteer or you are looking for donation opportunities for the nonprofit sector, this is the site for you. They have 100,000 organizations and 1.4 million monthly visitors to their English, Spanish and French sites. They have offices in Portland, Oregon and New York City.
#fundchat is a weekly Twitter chat among nonprofit fundraising professionals. You can read stories and post articles to their site. Being active and responsive to people who share the same interests and goals might even give you more ideas that can help you and your own organization. #fundchat is free and fun; all you have to do is type in your email address and hit sign up!
This subsidiary site of reddit provides news and discussions about nonprofits and the social sector. With more than 6,000 readers, you can ask questions, post helpful links, and reply or downvote/upvote posts. You have to remember that they have certain rules. You are not allowed to promote your organization or event nor allowed to post a link directly to your website or article. You are also not allowed to solicit donations. But this site is very helpful if you have some questions you need an answer to where other nonprofits can be of help.
Techsoup provides tech products, services and information designed specifically for nonprofits. You can sign up and register your organization, or associate with one already registered, and then do a search for products or services. The Techsoup focus is to connect your non profit, charity foundations, or public libraries with helpful technology products and services.
5. THE NONPROFIT TIMES
The NP Times is the go-to publication for nonprofit news, business columns, and original research. Founded in 1987, this is one of the most popular publications for anyone interested in nonprofits. You can also subscribe to their free newsletter.
6. THE CHRONICLE OF PHILANTHROPY
The Chronicle of Philanthropy connects the nonprofit world with news, jobs, and ideas. The chronicle offers great Facebook content, and a free daily eNewsletter as well as weekly eNewsletters. You can post a job or search for jobs but you have to pay to subscribe. One-year subscriptions are offered for $77.
7. FOREVER FUNDS BLOG BY ENDOWMENT DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
Yes, this is us. We are considered experts in all things involving charitable endowments. We also provide useful advice, freebies, news and how-tos for anyone interested in the nonprofit sector, and take note, it’s FREE! Our unlimited online endowment education begins at only $39 a month. We provide unmatched online courses that help you secure and grow your organization through endowment fund creation and marketing.
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