Resources

On Indiegogo and its fee-free site for impact campaigns, www.generosity.com, anyone anywhere can launch a fundraiser to pursue the change they want to see in the world. With more than 15 million monthly visitors and users in more than 200 countries, campaigners raise millions of dollars every week. Download the guide to nonprofit fundraising on Indiegogo to access case studies, tools and best practices!

NonprofitReady.org is a free, open online learning initiative from the Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation. Thanks to the generous support of experts from across the nonprofit sector, NonprofitReady includes over 300 online learning resources covering the most essential job families: Fundraising, leadership and governance, marketing and communications, accounting and finance, operations, program management and volunteer management and engagement. Whether you are new to the nonprofit sector, developing your professional skills, moving into management, or taking on a new role, NonprofitReady.org provides the content and peer support needed to advance your career and make an even greater impact on the communities you serve.

LinkedIn’s Volunteer Marketplace is where nonprofits access LinkedIn advanced search and job posting tools to recruit skilled volunteers and board members. With 313 million professionals on LinkedIn, and 82% of them interested in volunteering their skills, LinkedIn is the largest pool of talent for your organization.

The Be Social Change Nonprofit Network supports the growth of New York nonprofits by providing high-impact, low-cost employee benefit programs that help staff build the connections and skills needed to manage, lead, and innovate in today’s rapidly changing social sector.

TrustLaw is the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s global pro bono service, which connects NGOs and social enterprises with free legal advice and research from the best law firms and in-house legal teams around the world. TrustLaw is a growing network of over 2,800 members in 170 countries, including 2,300 NGOs and social enterprises and more than 530 of the top law firms and in-house legal teams.

The 1% program is a venue for nonprofits to tell their stories, document their design service needs, and to find architecture and design firms willing to donate their time on a pro bono basis.

Service Offerings:

  • Facilities Needs Assessment
  • Capital Campaign Materials
  • Building & Space Identification
  • Interior Design & Brand Integration
  • Accessibility & Code Compliance
  • Healthy & Sustainable Environments
  • Facilities Renovation

DataKind™ brings high-impact organizations dedicated to solving the world’s biggest challenges together with leading data scientists to improve the quality of, access to and understanding of data in the social sector. We provide pro bono data science support to organizations around the world through three main programs - DataCorps, DataDives and Community Events.

We accept requests on a rolling basis and will work with you to determine if your need is more appropriate as a DataCorps, DataDive or Community Event project. If your organization is interested, fill out an application form here and select, “I am an interested mission-driven organization who would like help with data.” We’ll review your application and get back to you if we see a good fit.

Stone Soup Films was founded in 2008 as a nonprofit production company that builds the capacity of worthy organizations by developing a pro bono communications strategy represented in a professional promotional film. Any nonprofit serving the people of Washington, DC that does not have a current film or substantial communications budget is invited to apply for a Stone Soup film. The process includes developing a communications strategy and a marketing and distribution plan for the finished film.

The Points of Light Training and Consulting team offers a wide variety of tools and resources including: project guides, toolkits, curriculum development, videos, online learning and e-courses, and have partnered with Kansas State University to offer an online Certificate in Community-Engaged Leadership. We also lead the Service Enterprise Initiative at a national level.

We provide training and consulting on Volunteering, Volunteer Management, Volunteer Leadership, Skills Based Volunteering, Service Enterprise and Community Engagement.

Nonprofit and higher education organizations can receive pro bono salesforce implementation services including implementation planning, high level design, security, configuration, customization, data migration, analytics, and training. Applications are submittedon our website. We encourage applicants to define a narrow, specific project that can be completed within a modest time frame (approximately 20 hours) and helps achieve a strategic goal for the organization. We make every effort to match organizations with a skilled volunteer. However, completing an application does not guarantee that the Salesforce.com Foundation will be able to find a volunteer match for your organization.

Nonprofits must have a live instance of Salesforce.