Georgia Center for Nonprofits
The Georgia Center for Nonprofits is Georgia’s association for nonprofit, charitable organizations. Their mission is to serve, strengthen and support Georgia’s nonprofit community. The Center advocates to improve the environment in which nonprofits work and helps nonprofits manage better by offering information, training, consulting and nonprofit jobs services.
Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta
Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta provides free legal services to community-based nonprofits that serve low-income communities or other individuals in need. They match eligible organizations with volunteer attorneys from the leading corporations and law firms in Atlanta who can assist nonprofits with their business law matters (not litigation). They also provide workshops on legal topics of interest to nonprofits.
go to: www.pbpatl.org
Gifts In Kind – United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta
Mission Statement: Gifts In Kind Atlanta serves as a channel for donations to flow from contributors to member agencies that receive the donations and use them to create positive impact on our community in a lasting way.
A leader in providing comprehensive data on more than 1.5 million nonprofit organizations, connecting them with donors, foundations, businesses, and governing agencies in a nationwide community of giving.
National Organization for Human Service Education
Established in 1975, the National Organization for Human Service Education unites educators, students, practitioners and clients in a conversation about preparation of effective human service workers.
go to: http://www.nohse.com/
Board Café is the electronic newsletter exclusively for members of nonprofit boards of directors. Short enough to read over a cup of coffee, Board Café offers a menu of ideas, information, opinion, news, and resources to help board members give and get the most out of board service. Each issue will bring you a cornucopia of “Little Ideas,” as well as one “Big Idea” you can use in your board work.
go to: http://boardcafe.org
Statewide Legal Aid Website – Free Legal Information and Resources
The Center for What Works
Mission: The Center for What Works is a vehicle for improving performance in the nonprofit sector. By translating innovation and ideas into measurable outcomes, The Center provides a common language for nonprofit benchmarking and continuous improvement for the sector at large.
Vision: To empower nonprofits to measure their own performance to recognize their strengths, to improve their weaknesses, and to exceed their current output to create a better society. We intend to do this through the use of common performance indicators, benchmarks, best practices, and data driven decision making.
go to: http://www.whatworks.org