Non-profits are always looking for ways to build capacity and increase their outcomes. As organizations grow and expand they may need to increase their staff, find volunteers or get help with building a website or with fundraising. Below are a few resources that can be helpful for non-profits.
Foundation Directory: You can use this website to search for all grantmakers in a particular location. The service is free to search by location.
State Associations for non-profits
State associations work to build the capacity and organizational effectiveness of their member non-profit organizations. You can see a list of benefits that state associations provide to their members.
A list of all state associations is below
Jobs and Internships
Idealist: This is a great site for posting jobs and internships or even events at non-profit organizations as the site is focused solely on non-profit organizations.
VolunteerMatch: VolunteerMatch strengthens communities by making it easier for good people and good causes to connect. non-profits can use the site to list current volunteer needs and people can use the site to find volunteer opportunities.
The Association of Consultants to non-profits: Its mission is to develop, strengthen and promote our members as providers of best practice consulting services to the non-profit community. non-profits can use the website to find a qualified consultant to help them in different areas such as fundraising, social media, public relations and more.
boardnetUSA: a website dedicated to the express purpose of connecting non-profit boards and new leaders. non-profits can use the site to find board members and individuals can find non-profits boards that they are interested in becoming a part of.
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