“Nonprofit Resources: A Companion to Nonprofit Governance, Second Edition” is an invaluable compendium featuring hundreds of up-to-date listings of diverse resources tailored to the needs of nonprofit organizations. From books and handbooks to professional journals, government publications, foundation reports, case and statutory citations, and internet sites, this comprehensive guide ensures quick and convenient access to a wealth of information.
This newly revised second edition, building upon the success of its predecessor published in 2002, presents an expanded and updated collection of resources, equipping readers with the most current references relevant to nonprofit governance. Whether you are a legal professional, nonprofit leader, researcher, or practitioner in the nonprofit sector, this companion is an essential tool to stay informed and up-to-date with the latest developments.
Organized by topic for ease of reference, each entry in “Nonprofit Resources” provides complete bibliographic details, enabling readers to swiftly locate the specific information they require. This meticulously curated collection covers a wide range of subjects pertinent to the nonprofit landscape, offering a vast array of resources to support research, decision-making, and best practices within the sector.
By incorporating books, handbooks, professional journals, government publications, foundation reports, case and statutory cites, as well as internet sites, this guidebook embraces the diverse mediums through which valuable knowledge is disseminated. It acts as a compass, guiding readers through the vast landscape of nonprofit resources and enabling them to navigate the ever-evolving nonprofit sector with confidence.
Whether you seek guidance on governance structures, legal compliance, fundraising strategies, program evaluation, or any other aspect of nonprofit management, “Nonprofit Resources: A Companion to Nonprofit Governance, Second Edition” serves as an indispensable companion. This comprehensive collection empowers readers with the tools to make informed decisions, further their research, and ultimately contribute to the success and impact of their nonprofit organizations.