Colorado Nonprofit Association (more info)
Colorado Nonprofit Association is a statewide membership organization dedicated to building a connected, collaborative sector; to being a reliable, comprehensive source of information and referral for nonprofits; and to providing leadership in advocacy on behalf of Colorado's nonprofits.
Colorado Nonprofit Development Center (more info)
The Center was founded to connect innovative thinkers in the nonprofit sector who are having a positive impact; to fill gaps in the sector with well-managed programs; to insure financial accountability; and to develop leadership skills of social entrepreneurs. Only groups that have applied and been approved as projects of the Center receive services.
Colorado Planned Giving Roundtable (more info)
is a nonprofit organization which provides a forum for the exchange of planned giving ideas in the Rocky Mountain Region.
The Colorado Nonprofit Loan Fund (more info)
Administered by the Denver Foundation, The Colorado Nonprofit Loan Fund, formerly the Community Cash Flow Fund, has funds available for loans to nonprofit organizations to help bridge cash flow timing problems.
Community Resource Center (more info)
CRC helps Colorado nonprofits fulfill their missions by introducing tools, techniques and technology to increase organizational capacity. CRC offers a wide range of technical assistance and training services to nonprofits and community groups.
Metro Volunteers (more info)
Metro Volunteers strengthens our community by connecting people with volunteer opportunities and building the effectiveness of nonprofits. Metro Volunteers also provides training for staff and volunteers.
Institute on the Common Good (more info)
The Regis University Institute on the Common Good seeks to facilitate dialogue aimed at developing strategies to resolve important community issues.
Community Foundations of America (more info)
Community Foundations of America was created to offer community foundations the tools and environment to excel.
The Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College (more info)
The Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College is a leading resource on corporate citizenship, providing research, executive education, consultation and convenings on citizenship topics. Their mission is to establish corporate citizenship as a business essential, with the goal that all companies act as economic and social assets by integrating social interests with other core business objectives.
Grantmakers Without Borders (more info)
Grantmakers Without Borders seeks to increase philanthropic funding outside the United States by offering information and free consultation about international grantmaking opportunities.
Worldwide Initiatives for Grantmaker Support (more info)
World Initiatives for Grantmaker Support consists of more than 40 international grantmaker support organizations. It provides a forum to engage in dialogue about issues that affect grantmakers in civil society.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy (more info)
The Chronicle of Philanthropy is one of the most comprehensive periodicals about charitable giving, relating pertinent information from the nonprofit sector to its readers.
Foundation News & Commentary (more info)
Foundation News & Commentary offers in-depth discussion, peer-to-peer commentary and profiles of best practices to help grantmakers be more effective in their work.
Philanthropy News Digest (more info)
Philanthropy News Digest provides a compendium of philanthropy related articles and features from print and electronic media outlets nationwide.
Philanthropy News Network Online (more info)
Philanthropy News Network Online is a comprehensive news site dedicated to funds, grantmakers, nonprofits, and government legislation on giving.
Stanford Social Innovation Review (more info)
Stanford Social Innovation Review sharse substantive insights and practical experiences that will help those who do the important work of improving society do it even better.
National Center for Family Philanthropy (more info)
The National Center for Family Philanthropy was established by a group of family philanthropists to focus solely on the matter of importance to families engaged in philanthropy and their effective giving.
Alliance for Justice (more info)
This is a national association of public interest organizations spanning a range of issues, including civil rights, social justice, and consumer and environmental protection. The Alliance promotes a fair and independent judiciary and strengthens public interest advocacy. The Foundation Advocacy Initiative (FAI) is project of the Alliance that addresses barriers to foundations funding nonprofit engagement in public policy work through workshops, technical assistance, and plain language publications.
National Priorities Project Database (more info)
Offering citizen and community groups tools and resources to shape federal budget and policy priorities which promote social and economic justice
Association of Small Foundations (more info)
ASF builds and strengthens small foundation philanthropy by providing top quality, timely, practical member-driven programs to foundations with few or no staff.
Philanthropy Roundtable (more info)
Philanthropy Roundtable is a national association on the principles that voluntary private action offers the best means of addressing society's needs, and that a vibrant private sector is critical to creating the wealth that makes philanthropy possible.
Philanthropic Capacity-Building Resources (PCBR) Database (more info)
Searchable database with over 332 foundation programs that strengthen nonprofits across the US and internationally. It is located on HIRI's website at www.humaninteract.org, and can be used free of charge by funders, nonprofits, researchers and providers of capacity-building services.
Nonprofit Good Practice Guide (more info)
Captures and organizes good practices to assist nonprofits and foundations in improving their efficiency and effectiveness.
Better Business Bureau: Accountability Standards (more info)
Accountability standards set forth by BBB for evaluating charities