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A CNJG member queried our listserves on what online grants management system members use and would recommend for a small foundation. CNJG compiled these responses, and listed the different systems that members do use.
This report from the TCC Group finds that the flexibility, nimbleness, and willingness to collaborate demonstrated by the philanthropic sector over the past year in response to a rapidly changing policy environment could serve as a model for the sector going forward,
Today, the practice of CSR has matured to include strategic philanthropy, employee volunteerism, cause marketing, disaster response, peer-to-peer fundraising, nonprofit board service, and even incorporating social responsibility into core business practices and offerings. Within the pages of this ebook, you’ll hear from leaders who have successfully charted a course for each of these areas to play a role in the new world of CSR.
This article written by Kerry McHugh Vice President and Program Officer at the Helen J. Serini Foundation, an independent foundation located in Maryland, offers ten things to do when meeting with a prospective grantee. She encourage funders to think of these interactions as relationship-building rather than a transaction.
A CNJG member queried the Health & Aging listserves asking for sample letters of inquiry. This document includes a few responses from fellow members. If you would like to add yours to this list, please email us.
Sample job descriptions for President and CEO or Executive Director positions at community foundations.
Directors & Officers liability insurance provides financial protection for a foundation and its directors, officers, employees, and volunteers in the event of a lawsuit.
The Foundation Review is a product of The Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at Grand Valley State University.
CNJG’s community foundation services (through the United Philanthropy Forum’s services) breakdown into three categories; a national listserv for CEOs, two in-person boot camp trainings, and a discount on the On-Line CF Express Training.
ClickTime makes it easy to plan, manage, and report on employee time. Thousands of grant makers and other nonprofits use ClickTime to increase efficiency, ensure compliance, and better manage programs and grants.
GuideStar is pleased to offer 20% discounts on popular GuideStar products to CNJG members including GuideStar Premium and Pro, Financial SCAN, GuideStar Nonprofit Compensation Report, and GuideStar Charity Check.
Since 1998, Alliance magazine has been the leading magazine for philanthropy and social investment worldwide providing news and analysis of what’s happening in the sector.
In partnership with the National Center for Family Philanthropy, CNJG members have complimentary access to Family Philanthropy Online — a web-based knowledge center that provides practical advice and knowledge on a variety of relevant topics.
The Foundation Legal Help Desk is designed to provide community, private and family foundations with access to answers to legal questions related to the operations of a foundation.
Access easy-to-use audio/web/video conferencing at discounted rates for CNJG members.
RingCentral offers state-of-the-art VOIP phone system along with video/audio conference and webinar services (provided by Zoom) and allows you to manage your system from any computer or smartphone; connect all your employees and locations on the same phone system; and take your business anywhere with free desktop and phone apps.
Stanford Social Innovation Review is a quarterly magazine produced by the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society at Stanford University.
Bromelkamp Company's mission is to foster the work of grant makers and community lenders through technology and advice that enables effectiveness and innovation.
A pictorial overview of CNJG's first 20 years.
This research presents the first updated understanding of the current landscape of giving circles and similar models of collective giving or giving collaboratives in the United States in over 10 years.