Choose foundations that might be interested in supporting the organization's mission. Look into local and national foundations that have specific interests with a close fit to the organization's program or project. There are both corporate and private foundations that provide funding. Many nonprofit foundations provide grants for specific subject areas, services, demographic areas, or geographic areas. In some cases foundations may be associated and established by existing for-profit corporations.
http://managementhelp.orgFree Management Library
This site provides an index of 675 topics with links to thousands of Internet articles. Topics include fundraising, marketing, organizational change, PR, and much more.
This site provides free online evaluation and planning tools.
http://nccsdataweb.urban.org/PubApps/nonprofitfaq.phpInternet Nonprofit Center
This site hosts the http://nccsdataweb.urban.org/PubApps/nonprofitfaq.phpNonprofit FAQ, which provides answers to common questions about organization, management, regulation, resources, and development. The Internet Nonprofit Center also offers a number of articles about fundraising and resources for fundraising online.
This biweekly publication offers nonprofit news and management articles.