The NPA office has an extensive electronic resource library available to you. The following documents and on-line links have been created and/or selected by NPA staff because of popular use. If you do not find what you need or a link is no longer connected, Contact us!
Information to help you plan and implement plans to raise funds for your organization.
This report from the Urban Institute compares contributions given to organizations from 2009 to 2010.
What is a case statement? Why do you need one? What does one look like? Download this document to get the answers.
Blackbaud launched this study to look at the philanthropic habits of four generations of Americans: Generation Y (or "Gen Y," born between 1981 and 1995); Generation X (or "Gen X," born 1965 - 1980); Baby Boomers (or "Boomers," born 1946 - 1964); and Matures (born 1945 or earlier). Findings are based on an online survey of U.S. donors, conducted May 13-24, 2013.
This short article discusses building a culture of fundraising among your staff and board as well as defining goals and building an infrastructure for fund development.
This eBook from Network for Good offers for tips on how to make your next auction, car wash, dinner, gala, golf tournament, luncheon, open house or other fundraising event a resounding success!
A 2011-2012 developed tool kit with step by step instructions, retreat planning, forms and templates.
Visit this site for an incredible amount of free online resources on everything from board governance to fundraising to risk management.
A resource for fund development, featuring downloadble documents and free webinars.
Network for Good makes it simple and affordable for nonprofits to donate and volunteer online. Check out their free weekly webinars on fundraising.
Check out this website for great information on fund raising from one of the top experts in the field.
npENGAGE is the premier nonprofit resource for need-to-know news, trends, and best practices.
Self-identified geeks in their individual areas of expertise, the npENGAGE bloggers are here to propel your cause to new heights.
With nine distinctly different blogs on npENGAGE, you can easily immerse yourself in the topics most interesting to you as well as access new ideas.
The Society for Nonprofits is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with members throughout the world.
Since 1983, the Society has been providing nonprofit staff members, volunteers, and board members with affordable resources and information to work more effectively and efficiently towards accomplishing their mission.
The National Council of Nonprofits, the nation’s largest nonprofit network, works through its member State Associations to amplify the voices of America’s local community-based nonprofit organizations, help them engage in critical policy issues affecting the sector, manage and lead more effectively, collaborate and exchange solutions, and achieve greater impact in their communities.
This helpful, free guide explains why you should mix online and offline communications; easy ways to personalize messages to each of your audiences; how to turn donor support into viral marketing; and strategies for sustaining loyalty in a tough economy.