The Foundation Center
The Foundation Center’s mission is to strengthen the nonprofit sector by advancing knowledge about U.S. philanthropy. They provide a comprehensive database of grantmakers as well as research, education and training programs.
Corporate Giving Online
This is a subscription database of donors who support nonprofit organizations and programs through grants and in-kind donations of equipment, products, professional services and volunteers.
Philanthropy News Digest
A weekly news service of the Foundation Center, PND is a compendium of philanthropy-related articles and features culled from print and electronic media outlets nationwide. It includes a list of current RFPs and job openings in the nonprofit and foundation sectors.
Philanthropy New York
Philanthropy New York promotes effective, strategic philanthropy and supports meaningful collaboration and knowledge-sharing for funders and their grantees.
The Support Center for Nonprofit Management
The Support Center provides a range of services designed to increase the effectiveness of nonprofit organizations and their leaders, enabling them to better serve their communities.
Community Resource Exchange
CRE provides strategic advice and technical services to nonprofit organizations large and small, including strategic planning, board management and leadership training.
Guidestar is a marketplace of information about the nonprofit sector, providing a forum for nonprofits to share their missions, programs, and finances with the public.
Association of Small Foundations
ASF provides its members with peer learning opportunities, targeted resources, and a collective voice in and beyond the philanthropic community.
The Council on Foundations
COF is a membership organization of more than 2,000 grantmaking foundations and giving programs worldwide that provides leadership expertise, legal services and networking opportunities – among other services – to its members and to the general public.
College Access & Persistence Support Tools and Resources
Summer Melt Guide from Harvard Graduate School of Education
This handbook focuses on an often overlooked time period in students’ transition to college: the summer after high school graduation. Recent research reveals that many college-intending students—particularly those from low-income backgrounds—encounter a range of obstacles during the post-high school summer that can lead them to change or even abandon their college plans.
iMentor College Matriculation Guides
iMentor spearheaded a collaboration among college access programs to author a collection of shared college-specific matriculation guides that will aggregate college-specific information in the form of checklists for financial aid and matriculation milestones.