Advocacy efforts, including lobbying, are critically important to the success of many nonprofits. Advocacy by 501(c)(3) organizations is legal, as long as your organization follows the rules. Of course, like other work your organization does, advocacy requires financial support. There are many ways in which you can raise money for advocacy, including fundraising events, membership dues, individual donations, and grants from public or private foundations.
Compilation of potential funding sources for nonprofits and other grantseekers.
This directory lists the Indiana Community Foundations whom currently have a youth philanthropy program.
These organizations may provide additional research, resources, toolkits, and ideas to guide and assist with youth philanthropy work.
The webinar recording offers a thorough understanding of the Pension Protection Act and its implications for fund management.
Family foundations have some of the strongest values for philanthropic giving, and many of those values endure through generations of family involvement. But how do you best prepare new generations to serve on a foundation board?
Consultants providing community leadership resources for community foundations involved with GIFT VII.
This page contains materials on Evaluating Community Leadership for community foundations.
This page contains materials on Community Leadership System Change for community foundations.