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Education & Employment Opportunities
DeepSweep.com is a free nonprofit job board. DeepSweep includes job
postings from all walks of the nonprofit sector. Positions advertised include entry-level vacancies
and career opportunities for seasoned, nonprofit staff, as well as senior-level executives.
Best Universities Online is dedicated to providing the best content for those who are searching for an online education. They also list a database of schools to choose from.
JobHero offers has a lot of great career-related information including help with writing resumes and cover letters, salary negotiation and aid to veterans in finding employment.
Fire and Forestry Scholarships and Financial Aid Guidebook offers resources for those interested in pursuing an education and career in fire and forestry science. Some of the highlights from this guide include:
Celina Chapman provded this link Discover Business Degree and College Resources that features an updated listing of business schools across the country as well other guides and resources that would be useful to a prospective business school student.
- Fire science scholarships
- Where to find grants and loans
- Benefits of pursuing degrees in fire science
Social Work Guide - Laura McPherson believes this guide can help students and continuing learners develop their careers in the social services field with information on degrees, profiles of schools, career advice articles, and state-by-state guides to licensure. We also provide simple to use resources for recent and approaching graduates, such as our jobs board that displays new openings every day
Social Work Degrees - Jessica Klein offers this site which provides in-depth information on more than 800 social work programs at the graduate and undergraduate level throughout the US.
Paralegal Certification Scoop is a free resource for those wishing to enter the legal field as a paralegal or legal assistant.
Christina Wilson invites you to visit MoneySavingPro's hub for information guides and advice for students and their families.
Austin Anderson of aRealOnlineDegree has provided this link to their resource for students with disabilities which offers a broad range of information - http://arealonlinedegree.com/college-resources/resources-students-disabilities/
Morgan Casey of BestColleges.com has sent a link to their current publication ranking the Best Online Master's in Reading & Literacy Programs for your review and consideration
Interested in a career in health care? These sites offer information, listings and more.
Listed Prior To 1/01/2016
- US News report on health care career opportunities
- WhyBecomeANurse.Com offers a site were aspiring nurses can find information on what it takes to become a nurse in every state within the United States. They also outline top nursing schools for each state as well.
- CNA Classes is a recently re-launched site with the goal of being the most comprehensive resource for anyone interested in obtaining a CNA Certification and exploring entry-level medical careers. Visitors to the site benefit from informative videos, expert interviews, and comprehensive testing resources.
- CNA Training Classes offers free training materials, practice tests and videos for nursing assistant students who want to pursue CNA career and get some additional free training materials while they are preparing for their certification exam.
- Top CNA Classes was specifically developed to assist nurse aide students to gain complete knowledge on CNA Training, free classes, certification, jobs, exam and nurse aide salary. In addition, you are also offered an option to search your locally based school by entering your zip code for completing your training programs.
- Top Medical Assistant Schools is devoted to helping students learn more about a career as a medical assistant.
- FindMyLPNPrograms.com is a social media focused website, but it is much more than that. It has NCLEX practice tests, video galleries and the actual contact info for every practical nursing school in the nation.
- Learn what is a medical assistant at eMedicalAssistants.com a site that helps students who want to pursue medical assisting career. Authored by healthcare providers who have years of experience behind them, the site mainly provides information on medical assisting jobs , career, training programs, certification, and also the best schools across the nation.
- Hospital Jobs Inc offers a free US interactive "nearest hospital search" clickable map with directions along with a healthcare related job board
- Online Medical Assistants Programs offers information and links to more data on the highest paying healthcare jobs by degree level and much more
- RN to BSN Online Programs is dedicated to helping students learn more about a career in nursing
Listed After 1/01/2016
Free Web Pages or Listings
These sites offer free web pages or listings to not for profit groups.
Please understand this is not the same as hosting a web site. Rather,
the service offered by these sites is a way to get exposure while you
develop a web site of your own or to increase your organization's
web exposure if you already have a web site.
These sites may also provide other services and/or links to other
sources of useful information to the not for profit community.
WeCareToo This is our site. We offer a free web page to not for profit
organizations. The page includes all contact information, links to
the organization's e-mail and own web site (if they have these features)
and a 400-500 word message about the organization and its activities.
In addition, our site provides a free search engine registration form
and various fund raising programs that may be of interest to a non-profit
group and its supporters.
free listing pages on their site and provides links to a number of
other resources for the NPO community. The listings are on separate
web pages similar to what is offered on our site. They are also
know as The Idealist.
Charity Village is a
Canadian based site. They offer listings on their site. The
listings are short and are not on a separate page for each group.
They will provide a link to your own web site, if you have one. They
also have links to a large assortment of other sites and resources.
GuideStar offers free listings.
They are on separate pages for each group and can include general
information about your organization. They do not provide links to
your own web site and e-mail. They do have a feature by which you
can provide financial information about your group and indicate your
status in terms of being able to receive tax deductible contributions.
Free or Low Cost Web Site Hosting at These Sites
While the above sites provide you with a free listing on their directory,
this does not take the place of having a web site of your own. Following
are places to go to learn more about free and / or low cost hosting of
a complete web site for your organization. Some of these will require
that you allow the service provider to run ads on the pages your visitors
will view when visiting your site. You need to evaluate what is within
your group's budget and best meets your needs. CheapWebHostingNet offers a comprehensive, non-commercial guide on hosting. You may want to check them out before selecting a hosting site.
- WeCareToo is hosted by WebHostingPad.com. They are an award winning hosting service and offer low cost hosting services together with email capability and tools for building your own web site. The cost is a little as $4.95 per month for a huge amount of space. Use this link to visit WebHostingPad. Enter coupon code "wecaretoo" and get a $5.00 discount when you sign up.
- Dream Host.They provide free hosting for 501(c)(3) organizations. Their free service is only available to U.S. based 501(c)(3) organization.
- Angelfire (Affiliated with Lycos). This sites and ones similar to it are examples of providers that will give you a web site in return for having their ads appear on your pages.
- The following sites offer listings of a number of other service providers that offer free and / or low cost hosting to not for profit organizations. Some of their listings may be better suited to your needs and worth looking into.
Sources of General Information for Non-profits
The following sites offer general information, links to other resources and some tools that may be useful to your organization.
Charity Channel provides general information,
various "forums" for sharing information, a way to share
documents with others, a listing of not for profit consultants,
job posting in the NPO sector and links to "VolunteerMatch" where
you can find volunteers or offer your volunteer support.
Independent Sector is a site
for a membership organization of foundations, nonprofit groups and
corporate giving programs to support philanthropy, volunteering and
citizen action. They provide information about these activities
via their site.
National Center For Nonprofit Boards
states they are the only nonprofit organization dedicated to
building stronger nonprofit boards and stronger nonprofit
organizations. In addition to publishing booklets, videos and
audiotapes they also sponsor workshops and use their web site in
other ways to strengthen the boards of nongovernmental organizations
throughout the world.
Techportal is a
resource site put together by a group called TeamTech working with
the Northern California Council for the Community. The site
provides information and links to a number of other sites that may
be of interest to your organization. It is searchable by category,
location and key word. They have a lot to offer and are working to
add even more.
Ventureneer is an online peer learning service which offers online learning tools, including interactive classes, free web events, blogs and articles, to support nonprofits, social enterprises, and small businesses so that leaders are able to make better strategic decisions for these organizations.
m/Oppenheim Associates provides executive recruiting for nonprofits to serve leaders and boards driven to make the world a better place.
Fundraising and Grants
These sites provide information relating to general fund raising and grants. They also include other information of interest to the NPO community and links to even more sites that may contain further information of benefit to your group.
- Crowdrise.com offers internet fundraising pages. Create your compelling project pages and share them with your friends to raise funds online.
- Donation Toolbar is a non profit website to support donation activities through the use of an installable browser toolbar. The toolbar contains click to donate links, leading donation websites and RSS news feed related to donations.
Fundsnet offers a lot of information. We particularly like
this alphabetic listing section of their site that helps you navigate
to the geographic or subject listing that may be of most interest.
- TGIC-the grantsmanship center offers
a free magazine to the staff of nonprofit organizations or government
agencies and online access to recent articles. The material covers
fundraising, grant seeking and related areas. They also offer
training workshops in grantsmanship, proposal writing and
- The Foundation Center
map page provides you a large amount of information about what they offer and
will help you move around their site to find what you need to
possibly help you in your fund raising activities.
- The Chronicle of Philanthropy site offers a variety of information. Topics include Gifts & Grants, Fund Raising, Managing Non-Profit Groups and Technology. A lot of what they offer is free, but you will need to become a subscriber to gain access to all they offer.
These sites offer specific fund raising programs that may be of interest to your organization. They may be affiliated with a commercial enterprise. We list them for your consideration without making any endorsement of them.
Driven Coffee Fundraising helps hundreds of schools,churches, sports teams, non-profits & other organizations raise money to achieve their goals
- GlobalFingerprints partners with national churches around the world to send children to school and help care for their physical, spiritual and emotional needs.
Register With Search Engines
Once you have a web site (or a dedicated page on another web site
such as WeCareToo) you need to register with at least the major
Internet search tools. This is the way to help people "surfing" the
world wide web find you. The best way to do this is by going to
each search site and completing its submission information. An
alternative is to at least register with the major sites
using a submission service.
College Financial Assistance
MoneyGeek.com provides information and resources for finding college financial aid including FAFSA, scholarships and more
Health & Human Services
- General Services
- Child Care Aware - a site that provides users with qualitychild care information both for a career in child care and help in finding quality child care providers.
- GreaterGood.com - offers a family of online activism sites that harness the power of the Internet to help people, animals, and causes in need.
- Drunk Driving (DUI) - Ashley Knowles provided these links to resources dealing with the issue of drunken driving:
- findtreatment.samhsa.gov/ is the government-sponsored search engine of more than 20,000 drug and alcohol treatment providers, offering different methods and levels of care across the country.
- singerislandtreatment.com/dui-drugged-driving/- leads to the most comprehensive overview of current research and statistics on drunk driving and DUIs that we could find on the web. The page includes more than 20 citations over governmental and academic authorities on the issue, as well as a discussion of prevention and treatment.
- americanaddictioncenters.org/alcoholism-treatment/legal-consequences/ - offers an excellent overview of the many types of legal consequences one must face for a DUI, aside from the obvious of jail, suspension and fines. Another good means of deterrence.
- Mary Albrecht provided the following links:
- QuitSmokingCommunity.org raises awareness of the consequences of smoking and helps communities become smoke-free.
- AlcoRehab.org supports QuitSmokingCommunity's cause of promoting a healthier
lifestyle through education and awareness including alcoholism.
- Chelsea Montanaro offers this link Mesothelioma Trust Fund for information about this deadly disease and dealing with the cost of treatment.
- Matt Joseph of ADTsecurity offers these links for information regarding fire safety:
- Jasmine McCarthy of DrugRehab has shared with us these links in hopes of increasing awareness of the impact of drug and alcohol abuse and addiction:
- Alex of Cerebral Palsy Guidance offers this link to a source of broad ranging information and a blog devoted to informing and helping those dealing with cerebral palsey www.cerebralpalsyguidance.com
- Amy Davis of The Recovery Village offers her organizartion's site as a source of information and support to those dealing with substance abuse and recovery. Visit The Recovery Village to learn more.
Laura Pearson has provided Recall Reports which is an online resource with information on mental health including information for specific demographics, including men, women, seniors, children/teens, students, veterans, homeless and more. It also includes support resources and educational materials spanning important topics/pages, including addiction, alcoholism, substance abuse, depression/anxiety, recovery and rehabilitation. A special section deals specifically with potentially dangerous drugs and can be found at Drug Recalls
We thank Jennifer McGregor for offering the folowing suggested resources for those interested in healthy living:
- Kevin Gibbons suggests this link for those dealing with the issue of alcohol abuse - AlcoholAwareness
- Kevin Gibbons has supplemented his suggestion with two blogs dealing with a wide range of substance abuse issues and other compulsive behavior issues:
- Sarah Nicholson has submitted DrugRehabs.net for its guides and links to local support sources for those in need of help.
- Mary Lamphere of aDrugRehab.org also offers their site for their in-depth information on addiction treatment and mental health issues
- Sarah Miller of The Mortgage Reports offers their site and resources to those interested in home ownership and financing. Check them out at:
- Anne Carr of The Popular Home offers this link to a comprehensive blog dealing with 65 Unbelievably Simple Home Improvement Tips
- Legal Services
- usaep.org - Mesothelioma Law Firm - Lawyer locating service for mesothelioma patients
- MesotheliomaLawyerCenter.org - Legal resource for asbestos victims diagnosed with mesothelioma
- MesotheliomaLawyer.com provides a comprehensive resource to mesothelioma patients and their families to provide information about both the legal and medical aspects of the disease.
- Virgil Anderson provided these links to Mesothelioma.net and Mesothelioma Article for a group that covers the topic of mesothelioma and related cancers and a discussion of the condition.
- Birth Injury Lawyer - offers a vast resource of information covering all aspects of birth injuries, aimed at providing answers to the many questions parents have when their child has a birth injury.
- Medical Malpractice Center has a goal to help educate expectant mothers, fathers, and family members by providing
information on different types of pediatric malpractice, birth injuries, and state-by-state malpractice laws and limitations in hopes of reducing these types of injuries
- Chelsea Green offers Birth Injury Center a website dedicated to promoting awareness of common birth injuries and their causes.
Children & Adults With Disabilities or Special Needs
- Nearly 1 in 5 people - 56.7 million - have a disability in the U.S. Those with disabilities are more likely than those without disabilities to report having poorer overall health, less access to adequate healthcare and more engagement in risky behaviors such as smoking and physical inactivity These facts were enough to encourage a team to put together a toolkit to help raise awareness about the health and safety of our disabled population. We are pleased to share this resource collection on WeCareToo's "Resource" page.
- Thanks to Lindsay and her mom, Julie, for bringing to our attention CheapOair. It is part of a commercial site, but offers a wealth of information for people dealing with disabilities or a handicap while traveling.
- Patricia Sarmiento of the Public Health Corps. has shared the following list of information that may be useful to those providing love, care and support to special needs kids:
- Patricia has expanded her list of suggested sites to include the following:
- Steve Anastasiadis, the editor of Homeadviceguide.com, provided this link to a guide for kitchen saftey for single parents of children with disabilities - Kitchen Safety for Disabled Children
- Martin Block and his team have put together a toolkit to empower our disabled population and their caregivers with various resources to help build supportive communities:
- Julie Loomis and her daughter, Grace, shared this article about home accessibility for those suffering some form of dissabilty. It provides a wealth of information. Grace hopes to work with people with dissabilities when she's older. We hope she does.
- Keri and her daughter Reese provided this link on Home Fire Safety including Fire Safety Resources for the Dsabled while doing a school project and asked us to share with you.
- Elizabeth Turner of The Simple Dollar provided these links to provide information on:
- Elena McDermott provided these links to resources that may be helpful to parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and a few comorbid diseases such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia:
- Eric Johnson of US Health Corps provided these links in hopes they may provide useful information.
- Household Quotes Jessica Milly offers this link for a comprehensive guide to home adaptations for disabled people.
- Caroline Hampton asked that we share these links with you as a way to reach those living with or caring for those suffering a dissability:
- Our thanks to Michelle Billick for sharing The Fully Accessible Guide tp Paying for College Students with Disabilities.
- Nicole Bradford offers Complete Guide to Mattresses & Bedding Products providing bedding product and mattress advice to help people with disabilities sleep comfortably.
- Alison Sanchez offers Cerebral Palsy Group and their website providing free educational information and support to those who have been
affected by cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities
- Caroline Hampton of Open Educators suggested these resources for those having "Special Needs" and we are pleased to share them with you:
- Linda Johnson of DisabilityHelper offers these sources for your use in dealing with issues involving "Special Needs" people.
- Jenny Thompson has provided this link to BestMattressReviews.com and their comprehensive guide to help increase awareness about disabilities and sleep including expert advice for sleep products and bedroom setup for those with a disability, curated resources for all of the five disability categories, caregiver resources and much more.
- Jovan Johnson has provided the following links for special issues for parents of children with autism:
- Kelly sent us this link, Creating an Accessible Garden for Disabled Gardeners, to show a disability doesn't have to stop you from enjoying your garden, and some changes that can be made to make it more accessible.
Senior Citizens & Aging
- Patricia Sarmiento of PublicHealthCorps provided these resource links relating to aging and senior citizens:
- The ever busy Patricia has provided us with more suggested sites that provide information in a number of areas:
- We thank John Moreland of Elderimpact.org for providing these resource links relating to aging and senior citizens:
- Marie Villeza has added to the above list from Elderimpact.org:
- Kathleen Turner offers these suggestions to those looking for information related to issues affecting seniors:
- Marie Villeza has submitted these sites to help provide for happier senior living - because they truly are the golden years:
- Netune Society Offers Transportation Options for Seniors Who Don't Drive
- ElderOneStop Offers Outdoor Elderly Activities.
- HomeAdvisor Provides Information On Retiring in Your Own Home: How Baby Boomers Can Age in Place.
- Aging Care Discusses The Healing Power of Pets for Elderly People
- Professional Motor Sales Shares The Grandparent's Guide to Sharing Your Love of Classic Cars with Your Grandchild.
- GO Overseas Offers Volunteer Abroad Programs for Senior Travelers.
- Redfin Provides The Senior's Guide to Becoming a Real Estate Agent in Their Golden Years
- Everyday Health Offers Exercise Essentials for Healthy Aging.
- Mayo Clinic Offers Exercising with Osteoporosis: Stay Active the Safe Way.
- Susan Williams who blogs for Senior Care Helper offers these links for your consideration and use:
- Caroline James with ElderAction.org offers these sources of information and help in dealing with issues involving the senior community:
- Denise and Jessie Morales offer Financial Education For Older Adults as a source of information about financial planning for those 50 and above.
- Michelle Billick suggests Senior-Friendly Guide to Downsizing for those looking for information on moving to a smaller home or apartment.
- Another suggestion from Michelle Billick is A Guide to Helping Senior Citizens Stay Safe at Home which is reader reader-friendly, with larger font and compatible with screen-reader technology. It includes a printable PDF version to share to those who can't access the internet and also features insight from the National Association of Home Builders Certified Aging In Place Specialists
- Bella Melton and Anna, a student of hers, suggest this site as an aid to seniors dealing with substance abuse - AddictionResource
- Yvonne Olssen has sent us these suggested resources to help those dealing with aging issues and we are pleased to share them with you.
- Melissa Gallagher of couponchief hopes you find her company's Retail Savings Guide For Baby Boomers a helpful resource for saving and enjoying a better life.
- Marie Villeza has sent us the following list of resource suggestions for senior citizens and caregivers:
- Denise Chapman sent along this link found by some students she volunteers with at The Brenha Community Center in Texas while doing a project on what people can do after they retire. Take a look at Retirement Business Ideas.
- Kayla Harris at Elderimpact.org shared with us this collection of great resources they put together and hopes you find them useful:
- Joey Clayton, a representative of Senior Advisor, offers this link to their site, SeniorAdvisor.com which provides a wealth of information on issues affecting senior living issues
- Debbie Reynolds has sent us this link which you may find useful in dealing with at home safety issues for seniors - Guide to Senior Safety at Home
- We live in a stressful world. Caroline Gilbert of MobileHelp offers their Stress Managment Guide For Seniors as a way to help seniors deal with the stress issues they face
- Iggy has provided this link on behalf of Senior Guidance which is dedicated to providing helpful senior living resources to seniors and caregivers
Technology and Special Services
- General Technology
Computer technology keeps changing. These sites can help keep you
aware of what is happening in the areas of hardware, software and the
Internet itself. Some offer aid in troubleshooting problems you may
encounter or suggestions as to how to maximize the benefits of the
Benton Foundation site offers a large selection on online tools
to help not for profits effectively use the Internet. While at their
site, be sure to check out the other resources they provide including
Virtual Library, Discussion Lists and Electronic News Services.
- HandsNet offers a
range of hand-on classes, strategic planning workshops and management
seminars to help in achieving effective integration of online
- nonprofit Tech provides a
large selection of tools and resources for use in troubleshooting
and more effectively using computer technology. They cover a broad
range of technology matters not just the Internet, but computers and
software as well.
- TechSoup focuses on technology assistance for the small to
mid-sized nonprofit, particularly those for whom technology may not be their primary area of
expertise. They attempt to spell out the answers to complex technical questions in accessible and
sometimes saucy language. A panel of expert guides are available to answer daily questions posed by
users. Specific topic areas are provided with articles and links to help nonprofits quickly get the
technical information they need.
- Special Services
The following sites offer free and low cost web services to
qualifying non-profit groups.
- InterConnection's motto is
"Weaving a Web of Support Around the Globe". InterConnection is a pioneering,
nonprofit organization that donates Web sites, computers and provides Internet
training to organizations dedicated to benefiting the local community or
environment in developing countries. Not all sites may qualify for their services. Take
a look to see if yours does. They offer a variety of services beyond hosting.
- The Natural Resources Database is a free software
tool for developing and distributing environmental databases. Its aim is to assist communities in
managing their own mapping and information system to assist in planning and advocacy work.
Following are links to web sites and resources that contain information of interest to both the general public and not for profit groups as well:
Internal Revenue Service This site provides tax related information
including how to become a registered not for profit, tax forms you
will need to file and answers to other questions relating to
operating a not for profit organization. Unfortunately, the site
gets a lot of traffic and may be difficult to connect to.
- CountyOffice.org provides a comprehensive list of state and local governmental agencies including descriptions, location and contact information
Online Credit Card Contributions
A potentially beneficial way to receive contributions is by allowing
your supporters to make a donation by credit card. There are a number of
sites that offer this service to not for profit groups so that your
supporters can contribute by credit card online. You can also provide
this service through your own site. Most of the sites that offer the
service charge a fee for doing the processing. We have seen fees as
high as 15%. Accepting credit card contributions through your own site
can be far cheaper, but there are still significant costs involved and
the need to administer and maintain the service. There are alternatives you may wish to consider.
- Network for Good (formerly Helping.org) , for varying fee levels, offers a number of fund raising services to non-profits. They also have links to other services of possible interest to the non-profit community.
- PayPal is a commercial service that allows you to receive credit card payments. The service is "free" for credit card payments made to you and also allows you to make credit card payments for a reasonable per transaction fee. Click on the PayPal logo to go to their
site to learn more and sign up for their service.
The issue of whether or not an organization needs to be registered in
every state in which they solicit contributions is not clear. Some
experts say this is required. Others say an organization only needs to
be registered in the state in which they are organized. We and Helping.org
both recommend that you review this issue with your legal advisor before using
this or any other service to solicit online credit card contributions.
Volunteers -- Need One or Want To Be One
VolunteerMatch is a
place to go if your organization needs volunteers for general or
specific project programs or if you are an individual looking for a
group that can use the skills you have to offer.
Fun and Other Miscellaneous Stuff