Information on Nonprofits
The National Center On Nonprofit Enterprise (NCNE), a 501(c)(3) headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, helps nonprofit organizations make wise economic decisions to efficiently and effectively pursue their social missions. NCNE's extensive network of academic researchers, business leaders, and nonprofit practitioners form the backbone of NCNE's comprehensive program of educational activities and services that address the critical economic and decision-making issues facing the nonprofit sector.
Help 4 NonProfits aims to help strengthen the voluntary sector and works to build more effective Nonprofit organizations.
New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, a not-for-profit law firm founded in 1976, finds unique ways to tackle the problems facing disadvantaged and underrepresented New Yorkers. NYLPI's 11 in-house attorneys work in three distinct project areas while hundreds of members of the private bar augment and expand NYLPI's efforts to confront unmet legal need.
The Nonprofit Times is the Leading Business Publication for Nonprofit Management.
Idealist.org offers over 37,000 nonprofit and community organizations in 165 countries.
Npower is for nonprofits interested in exploring how technology can enhance effectiveness of an organization.
Support Center For Nonprofit Management offers training, consulting, and coaching to build effective organizations.
United Way of New York City, builds a stronger New York City by mobilizing communities to create solutions that improve peoples lives.
National Center for Charitable Statistics offers the Unified Chart of Accounts (UCOA) for nonprofit organizations, a chart of accounts to help nonprofits or their accountants translate financial statements into the categories required by IRS Form 990.
Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York (NPCC) is a voice and information source for New York nonprofits.