We need your vote on 2017’s best nonprofit online resources

2017: Cast your vote for the best nonprofit online resources.
Where do you go to exchange ideas and look for resources?
Cast your vote for the best nonprofit groups, tools and resources. We want to know your favorite sites where you go to exchange ideas, seek answers, or look for resources you can use to enhance your job.
Then, in April, learn which tools and resources your nonprofit colleagues use to get ahead. We will share the top 12 that you and your colleagues pick – here and in our April newsletter.
1 minute tops! Vote Now: We want YOUR ideas for 2017’s best nonprofit online resources.
Examples could be (but not limited to!):

  • online groups where people exchange ideas
  • social media groups or pages
  • websites that offer resources and tools
  • websites that offer lists of opportunities on training, webinars, online learning
  • inspirational nonprofit blogs
  • nonprofit networks
  • state or county nonprofit associations
  • sites that connect nonprofits to supporters and volunteers
Simply go here to enter the name of your favorite resource:  Vote Now: The Best Online Resources for Nonprofit Professionals.
I look forward to working with you.


Tim Magee
Executive Director, Center for Sustainable Development

Tim Magee is the author of:
A Field Guide to Community Based Adaptation, Routledge, Oxford.
The Beginner’s Guide to Online Donations
A complimentary CSDi book.

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