Again the past two weeks have taken us to a number of resources and tools that we’d like to share. Check out a handful of the things we’ve seen and shared with organizations in our reference work:
Boosting Revenue Through New Audiences, John Klein’s post on Philanthropy Journal offers an example of creating support opportunities by carefully looking at your demographics.
Take a look at Nonprofit Shadow Day from Nonprofit Connect in Kansas City. Would you open your org up to encourage careers in the sector?
From Foundation Center’s PubHub: The Health Insurance Provisions of the 2009 Congressional Health Reform Bills: Implications for Coverage, Affordability, and Costs
From the TechSoup Learning Center, Adventures in Executive Dashboards: Three examples of how nonprofits used executive dashboards to maximize data and help refine goals
From the Indiana Office of Faith Based and Community Initiatives, learn about the forms and filing procedures for Starting a Nonprofit in Indiana (powerpoint) *You can schedule an appointment to sit down and evaluate starting a nonprofit before you apply.
– Lettie Haver
Updated: If you are interested in Starting a Nonprofit, you may contact the Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center. We will make a one-on-one appointment to help you make decisions and give you information to evaluate your options, considerations and outline the process.