GrantStation.com — GrantStation is an online funding resource for organizations seeking grants throughout the world. As a program of United Charitable, you can get a 1-year membership for only $89! Click here for a Membership Application!
GrantWatch.com — The only daily website that lists current federal, state, city, local, foundation and corporation grants. Organizations may add their email address to receive a free weekly email of new grants or follow on Twitter for up to the minute grant postings. For a low subscription fee, nonprofits see full eligibility and contact information and grant applications.
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Fundraising in a Recession — 7 Fundraising Tips to Help Nonprofits Weather the Recession
National Council of Nonprofits tracks trends in fundraising activities and also engages in advocacy work relating to regulations and government policies that impact fundraising.
As a Fiscal Sponsor, United Charitable Provides Financial Discipline, Transparency, and Accountability — United Charitable's professional standards of operations can ease concerns of nonprofit fiscal sponsorship in the philanthropic world.
Wikipedia offers a definition of Fiscal Sponsorship.
National Council of Nonprofits provides a fact page about Fiscal Sponsorship.
Third Sector New England has provided a White Paper on Comprehensive Fiscal Sponsorship.
How Small Charity Projects Can Sidestep Complex Tax Rules — Article from Reuters — The IRS is constantly changing the tax code regarding nonprofit organizations. Instead of establishing an independent charity, one should consider using a fiscal sponsorship through a charity that already has 501(c)3 tax status, like United Charitable. Using a fiscal sponsor "can create an economy of scale by bringing others under the umbrella or in-house," says Greg Colvin, a principal at tax firm Adler & Colvin in San Francisco, and counsel to United Charitable.
The Foundation Center has a Tutorial on Fiscal Sponsorship.
Fiscal Sponsorship: Six Ways to Do It Right by Gregory L. Colvin describes six models of sponsorship that have been approved and accepted by the IRS. The book details how fiscal sponsor relationships are supposed to work and why, how they differ and how they are similar.
The National Network of Fiscal Sponsors (NNFS) is an organization dedicated to improving the practice of fiscal sponsorship and promoting its value to society.
NNFS provides Guidelines for Comprehensive Fiscal Sponsorship to raise awareness and broaden the understanding of fiscal sponsorship and to promulgate standards of best practice.
The Fiscal Sponsor Directory provides a listing of fiscal sponsors located throughout the country.