Blog | Jun 30, 2011 | 2 Comments

[charity know-how: online resources for nonprofits]

This post is a compilation of my favorite online resources for nonprofits. They offer “how to” advice on everything from traditional fundraising to board management to the latest trends and tools in social media.

Let’s start with Joanne Fritz.

Joanne is an incredible mentor to nonprofits. I originally found her on through a standard Google search, and now follow her on Twitter and receive her very valuable email newsletter. Her articles are the first place I look for ideas about how to do anything in the nonprofit world.

You also need to meet Mal Warwick.

If you’ve been in fundraising for a number of years, you’ve probably heard of Mal. He and his team are seasoned consultants who have been teaching and writing about fundraising and direct marketing for decades.

Here are additional nonprofit blogs I recommend.

Last but not least, check out these resources for social media and technology.

I can advise you with social media and help you develop content, but getting your own education is very important, too. Fortunately, there are many good organizations that blog and provide free or low-cost webinars, e-books, and other helpful resources.

What other web-based resources do you like? Share your ideas here.

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Author: Claire Wagner

I'm a seasoned freelance writer/editor and an enthusiastic community manager. I'm passionate about developing and sharing good content.


Thanks Claire, what a good list! Some new names for me.


Claire Wagner Reply:

Yes, I’m grateful to these folks. And most – especially the technology gurus – are good resources in the for-profit sector, too.


Anne Janzer


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