Grant Research & Proposal Writing
Learn strategies for researching grant opportunities and techniques for writing successful grant proposals. The program will conclude with a drawing for a free 24-hour pass to a premier grants database, Foundation Directory Online (FDO) Professional, featuring more than 120,000 foundations and corporate giving programs and updated weekly.
Jeannette Privat, Librarian who supervises the Nonprofit & Philanthropy Resource Center (NPRC) for the King County Library System
Joyce Mork-O’Brien, Past President of the Puget Sound Grantwriters Association (PSGA) and a grantwriter for over 30 years
Tuesday, September 9
7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
15990 NE 85th Street
Please register online at www.kcls.org/philanthropy
or by phone at 425-885-1861
This Nonprofit Calendar covers meetings, workshops, seminars, conferences and fundraising events in Western Washington. (Listing does not indicate endorsement of the event.) To have your event included, please email detailed information to Jeannette Privat at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Charting Impact is a tool that helps your nonprofit define your impact to donors, funders and the public.
The Foundation Center has established a Nonprofit Collaboration Database that provides examples of nonprofit collaborations. The Web site also includes links to reports, articles and relevant Web sites about the topic.
United Way of King County has compiled a list of practical resources relevant to the work of nonprofit boards with links to the corresponding documents. It covers governance and management topics.
Starting A Nonprofit
Check these links for information about starting and managing nonprofit organizations.
Starting An NPO - 5 Tips And A Warning
Idealist gives excellent things to consider before attempting to start a nonprofit organization.
Washington Nonprofit Handbook
Published by Washington Attorneys Assisting Community Organizations (WAACO) and the King County Bar Association Young Lawyers Division. The current edition is dated 2009; a revision will be published in 2014 or 2015.
How to Start A Nonprofit in Washington
This site covers detailed steps about the paperwork, costs and time involved in starting a nonprofit in Washington State.
Seattle Social Purpose Corporations Meetup
Social media site for entrepreneurs in social purpose corporations, Washington State's legal designation for social enterprises.
Free Management Library
Resources on nonprofit, and also for-profit, organizations. The entry on social entrepreneurship includes basics and definitions, the types of social entrepreneurship and relevant organizations.
Services for Nonprofit Organizations
Offers many services to nonprofits, as well as a Statewide Nonprofit Resource Directory which includes vetted consultants and information services. NPower Northwest is now a part of 501 Commons.
Nonprofit Assistance Center
Resource that works to strengthen organizations that serve low income communities and communities of color. They provide technical assistance, consulting and training workshops.
Nonprofit Network Southwest Washington
Provides an infrastructure of support for local nonprofits in Clark County, including professional development and support resources.
Solutions for Good
A network of independent consultants serving nonprofit organizations in the Puget Sound.
United Way of King County
Provides many services to support nonprofits in the area and offers many board training workshops.
Wayfind Formerly Washington Attorneys Assisting Community Organizations (WAACO)
Offers free legal services to nonprofits and microenterprises, and provides high-quality, affordable legal trainings for nonprofits and attorneys.
They do not provide legal representation and cannot guarantee that they will find a volunteer attorney.
Whatcom Council of Nonprofits
Provides a tool for nonprofit networking, resource sharing, and peer education in Whatcom County..
Washington State Housing Finance Commission
This nonprofit financing program assists nonprofits to obtain below-market interest rates on loans to construct, purchase, rehabilitate or refinance capital facilities. These projects include administrative offices, schools, housing, neighborhood and day care centers, as well as job training, cultural, athletic and social service facilities.
Nonprofit & Philanthropy Resource Center