Idealist: Directory of nonprofit web resources: 16,000 organizations in 130 countries; resources for nonprofit managers; computing and the Internet, fundraising and volunteering, accounting and management, legal issues and nonprofit support organizations.
NonProfit Times: National business publication focusing on nonprofit management.
Philanthropy Journal: Online publication of state, national and international news on fundraising, giving, managing, grant seeking, volunteering, and technology in the nonprofit and philanthropic community, including an email bulletin and job postings.
GuideStar: Free service with information on the programs and finances of more than 640,000 American charities and nonprofit organizations, uptodate news stories on philanthropy, and resources for donors and volunteers.
Independent Sector: A coalition of leading nonprofits, foundations, and corporations strengthening not-for-profit initiative, philanthropy, and citizen action.
National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS): The national repository of data on the nonprofit sector in the United States. Its mission is to develop and disseminate high quality data on nonprofit organizations and their activities. NCCS is a program of the Urban Institute's Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy.
The Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management: The Drucker Foundation mission is 'to lead social sector organizations toward excellence in performance.' It is not a grantmaking organization. It offers publications, conferences, leadership fellowships, and an annual award for nonprofit innovation.
Points of Light Foundation: The Points of Light Foundation, founded in 1990 by former President George Bush, is a national, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that promotes volunteerism. It is the nation's leading advocate for and authority on volunteering.
Research Centers at the Urban Institute: Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy: CNP explores the role and impact of nonprofit organizations in democratic societies. CNP seeks to develop, maintain, and expand data on nonprofit organizations. The Center works to build research tools, contribute to sensible theory, and develop applications that illuminate both policy and practice in the nonprofit sector.