With so many great resources for nonprofits, figuring out where to start can get a little overwhelming! This page showcases the ten most popular resources on Nonprofit Stack for organizations like yours!
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"Since I’ve become somewhat entrenched in the nonprofit sector, it seems I am frequently asked for advice on starting a nonprofit. Ninety-nine times out of a hundred, my first response is: “Don’t.”
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Includes step by step of what to do, what to expect, and additional resources
Use LegalZoom to get help forming your nonprofit quickly and easily! LegalZoom is the nation's leading provider of online legal document services and legal plans to families and small businesses. The company was founded by top talents in law and tech...
You sell a t-shirt on your online shop to someone who loves your design. Printful works great with ecommerce platforms like Shopify and WooCommerce, or on your own custom platform. That order is automatically sent to Printful where it gets printed...
A list of the questions that we are most commonly asked by individuals who are starting a nonprofit organization. The answers should help you to get a handle on all of the various steps that need to be taken.
Having official nonprofit status isn't absolutely necessary to doing good in the world -- but it sure can help your group survive and flourish. Most established nonprofits both apply to their state for status as a corporate entity, and apply to the I...