Nonprofit Resource Center

FREE Webinar from CharityHowTo: Intro to Google Grants and $10,000 Per Month In Free Online Advertising

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CharityHowTo, a training website for nonprofit professionals, is offering a free introduction course to Google Grants

From CharityHowTo:

FREE Webinar: An Introduction To Google Grants and $10,000 Per Month In Free Online Advertising

 

August Issue of NRC Newsletter Available!

The August issue of the Nonprofit Resource Center's E-Newsletter is now available online. 

The newsletter is designed to keep customers up-to-date on upcoming workshops, free online training, helpful resources, and all things nonprofit.

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Where can I find free online nonprofit training?

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Many nonprofits work with a tight budget that may not allow for the cost of expensive grant writing, fundraising, and other nonprofit training. If you'd like to upgrade your professional skills without breaking the bank, consider some of these free online training sources. 

 

Free Donor Communication Training from Care2

Care2 is a social networking website that helps nearly 23 million activists connect to help solve problems around the world. Care2 is not a nonprofit, but a B corporation that is focused on solving social problems. As part of its mission, the group regularly offers free online training webinars on nonprofit topics . To access a complete list of training opportunities visit Care2's Webinars.

 

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Open Invitation to Respond to 2013 Nonprofit Fundraising Survey

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The Nonprofit Research Collaborative is calling for responses to its 2013 Nonprofit Fundraising Survey

According to the Nonprofit Research Collaborative's website, the group studies charitable fundraising at nonprofit organizations and the factors that drive success and growth. As a collaborative effort, it aims to reduce the survey burden on charities by combining our originally separate studies to send fewer requests for survey participation.

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