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Our Favorite Sites for Nonprofit Resources Would Like to Meet Yours

Posted Jun 18, 2012 10:05 AM
If you’ve been a reader of this blog, in the last six months, there’s a good chance you’ve heard about the Statewide Nonprofit Resource Directory. This collection of top-notch, online resources and recommended service providers is becoming the “first stop” for nonprofit pros stumped in their job. The convenience of the Resource Directory – coupled with free phone and email help – is tough to top.

If you’ve been a reader of this blog, in the last six months, there’s a good chance you’ve heard about the Statewide Nonprofit Resource Directory. This collection of top-notch, online resources and recommended service providers is becoming the “first stop” for nonprofit pros stumped in their job. The convenience of the Resource Directory – coupled with free phone and email help – is tough to top.

But, we’ll be the first to admit: One collection can’t hold it all…nor should we try! There are several government, university, and capacity builder websites with a wealth of resources geared toward nonprofits. And instead of duplicating information, we’ve compiled our favorite websites in one place.

Need a quick link to the Secretary of State’s Charities Program or the State Legislature? How about a link to the IRS’ main nonprofit page? Or, are you interested in quality tools and templates from other local and national sources we especially like?

Here are the groups of weblinks you’ll find when you visit our Best of the Web page, which is one of many features of the Statewide Nonprofit Resource Directory:

  • Government Connections here in Washington State
  • Federal Government Agencies
  • Our Favorite Websites for Nonprofit Resources
  • More Recommended Online Resources

Enough about our “likes”! What are your favorite websites for nonprofit tools, best practices, and other resources? We’d love to hear about them and so would other nonprofits that face similar challenges. Please send me (matt@501commons.org) the names and links to websites you’ve bookmarked and we’ll check them out for inclusion on the Best of the Web page.

Speaking of bookmarking, save the links here for future use. What you see is just the beginning as we’re working to grow our library of resources and online trainings. And did I mention free phone and email help? Call (206-682-6704) or write for personalized assistance.

- Matt Fikejs