One page cheat-sheet for grantmakers highlighting six online tools for nonprofits from NPower; focus on engaging new donors, members, and volunteers.
Why would a grantmaker want to have a blog? Find reasons that nonprofits might want to consider starting a blog and nonprofit examples from the Bamboo Project's Wiki >Web 2.0 in Nonprofits .
What implications does the Sarbanes-Oxley law passed by Congress have for nonprofits? Learn more about recent changes in federal and state laws and find sample policies of use for nonprofits.
This guide was developed by a joint working group of the Council on Foundations and the European Foundation Centre. It identifies eight principles of good disaster grantmaking and offers a number of tips to help grantmakers address disasters more effectively, including facts and figures about recent major disasters around the world and a list of useful disaster information websites.
Should your organization be in the spotlight? Learn how to engage the media and turn your cause into a newsworthy event from the Nonprofit World.
Newspaper op-eds are an inexpensive and powerful tool for reaching policymakers and the public. Get tips for writing effective op-eds from the Benton Foundation.
Access official tax information and resources for charities and other nonprofits from the Internal Revenue Service.
Stewardship Principles to Strengthen Performance describe how corporate grantmakers can reflect their fundamental values in their governance, management and grantmaking.
A Market Emerges: The Six Dynamics of Impact Investing reports trends and challenges in the field of impact investing.
This guide from Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors suggests that funders can make their grantmaking more responsive and efficient by combining the concepts of diversity and inclusion with basic due diligence.