Posts Tagged nonprofit resource

Whatever the question, The Nonprofit Resource Center may have the answer

Thursday, January 17th, 2013 | Permalink

NPR Center The Nonprofit Resource Center is a comprehensive service and support center for nonprofits based in Sacramento since 1989. Offering a professionally staffed library, grant funder database, fundraising workshops, and management networking, the Center is a resource in the purest sense.

And just recently, it’s Tools area got an infusion from let’s dabble and our video tutorials teaching the fundamentals of video production. Some of the tools offered by the Center include information on funding your organization, running your organization, starting a nonprofit, models, templates, and philanthropy.

For organizations up and running the “Running Your Organization” area covers even more detail with advocacy, lobbying, boards, financial management, HR, Legal, and Marketing and Communications.

So whether you are just starting, established, or could use a little direction, The Nonprofit Resource Center is there to help.

Google for Nonprofits

Friday, January 4th, 2013 | Permalink

Google has a miriade of tools and helpful resources for nonprofits and it is called Google for Nonprofits. It goes beyond the YouTube nonprofit program, which is a piece of the Google for Nonprofits pie.

It includes such resources as:

– Google Apps
– Google Grants
– Google Analytics
– YouTube Nonprofit Program
– Google Earth Outreach

These tools are great and the details of each include more and more helpful resources. Just take the YouTube Nonprofit Program for example. It provides listing on the YouTube nonprofit channel for increased exposure, free google checkout for donations, “call to action” overlays on videos for directing traffic to nonprofit websites, and more. You can learn more on how to apply to the YouTube Nonprofit Program by watching our free video tutorial.

The following video goes into more detail regarding Google for Nonprofits and the services it provides.