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DeepSweep.com is a free nonprofit job board. DeepSweep includes job postings from all walks of the nonprofit sector. Positions advertised include entry-level vacancies and career opportunities for seasoned, nonprofit staff, as well as senior-level executives.
WomensJobSearch.net offers career advancement for professional women, with free, anonymous resume posting. Their site also provides links to a number of other resources of interest to women looking to advance their careers.
Best Universities Online is dedicated to providing the best content for those who are searching for an online education. They also list a database of schools to choose from.
JobHero offers has a lot of great career-related information including help with writing resumes and cover letters, salary negotiation and aid to veterans in finding employment.
Interested in a career in health care? These sights offer information, listings and more.
These sites provide information relating to general fund raising and grants. They also include other information of interest to the NPO community and links to even more sites that may contain further information of benefit to your group.
Donation Toolbar is a non profit website to support donation activities through the use of an installable browser toolbar. The toolbar contains click to donate links, leading donation websites and RSS news feed related to donations.
Fundsnet offers a lot of information. We particularly like this alphabetic listing section of their site that helps you navigate to the geographic or subject listing that may be of most interest.
TGIC-the grantsmanship center offers a free magazine to the staff of nonprofit organizations or government agencies and online access to recent articles. The material covers fundraising, grant seeking and related areas. They also offer training workshops in grantsmanship, proposal writing and fundraising.
The Foundation Center map page provides you a large amount of information about what they offer and will help you move around their site to find what you need to possibly help you in your fund raising activities.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy site offers a variety of information. Topics include Gifts & Grants, Fund Raising, Managing Non-Profit Groups and Technology. A lot of what they offer is free, but you will need to become a subscriber to gain access to all they offer.
Once you have a web site (or a dedicated page on another web site such as WeCareToo) you need to register with at least the major Internet search tools. This is the way to help people "surfing" the world wide web find you. The best way to do this is by going to each search site and completing its submission information. An alternative is to at least register with the major sites using a submission service.
Computer technology keeps changing. These sites can help keep you aware of what is happening in the areas of hardware, software and the Internet itself. Some offer aid in troubleshooting problems you may encounter or suggestions as to how to maximize the benefits of the computer age.
The Gilbert Center provides general information and both free and fee based services to help not for profit groups achieve whole system Internet design.
HandsNet offers a range of hand-on classes, strategic planning workshops and management seminars to help in achieving effective integration of online technology.
nonprofit Tech provides a large selection of tools and resources for use in troubleshooting and more effectively using computer technology. They cover a broad range of technology matters not just the Internet, but computers and software as well.
TechSoup focuses on technology assistance for the small to mid-sized nonprofit, particularly those for whom technology may not be their primary area of expertise. They attempt to spell out the answers to complex technical questions in accessible and sometimes saucy language. A panel of expert guides are available to answer daily questions posed by users. Specific topic areas are provided with articles and links to help nonprofits quickly get the technical information they need.
The following sites offer free and low cost web services to qualifying non-profit groups.
Following are several US government web sites that contain information of interest to nor for profit groups and links to other government resources.
Internal Revenue Service This site provides tax related information including how to become a registered not for profit, tax forms you will need to file and answers to other questions relating to operating a not for profit organization. Unfortunately, the site gets a lot of traffic and may be difficult to connect to.
NonProfit Gateway, as the name implies, is a site that provides you with a way to find and link to other information that is of interest to not for profit groups.
A potentially very beneficial way to receive contributions is by allowing your supporters to make a donation by credit card. There are a number of sites that offer this service to not for profit groups so that your supporters can contribute by credit card online. You can also provide this service through your own site. Most of the sites that offer the service charge a fee for doing the processing. We have seen fees as high as 15%. Accepting credit card contributions through your own site can be far cheaper, but there are still significant costs involved and the need to administer and maintain the service. There is, however, an alternative that we recommend you study.
PayPal is a commercial service that allows you to receive credit card payments. The service is "free" for credit card payments made to you and also allows you to make credit card payments for a reasonable per transaction fee. Click on the PayPal logo to go to their site to learn more and sign up for their service.
The issue of whether or not an organization needs to be registered in every state in which they solicit contributions is not clear. Some experts say this is required. Others say an organization only needs to be registered in the state in which they are organized. We and Helping.org both recommend that you review this issue with your legal advisor before using this or any other service to solicit online credit card contributions.
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