Last Updated October 31, 1996
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Some other perspectives and ideas about this week's cover story can be found at these sites:
- HTTP Links to Non-Government Organizations-- Let Freedom Ring, a list of links to nonprofit civil liberties and communication organizations
- Impact on Line-- An innovative site that aims to turn "good intentions into action." Data bases connect individuals, organizations and needs and allow for feedback.
- Internet NonProfit Center-- An inexhaustive source of information and links for donors and volunteers. A locator enables users to find any charity in the United States and locate it on a street map. Many other such gems.
- Net Ministries' Links to Charities-- A listing of select ministries and charities
- Philanthropy Links-- The Philanthropy Journal of North Carolina provides an extensive, alphabetized list of international nonprofits, charities, and NGO's.
- The Activist Resource Network-- News and resources for activist groups that want to make a change in the fabric of today's society.
- America's Charities Homepage-- Federation of about 80 national charities who since 1980 have raised more than $145 in workplace giving.
- Charity Net-- From England the Charities Aid Foundation, providing information and resources to international charities and nonprofit organizations.
- The Chronicle of Philanthropy-- offers a free on-line subscription service that provides a weekly preview of the newspaper's next issue, an update on forthcoming events in the nonprofit world, and a listing of conferences, workshops and deadlines for grant proposals.
- The Foundation Center-- is a comprehensive site that includes information and training opportunities for grant seekers and grant makers. The Center is a member of a nationwide network of Cooperating Collections, overseen by The Foundation Center in New York City. It also has resources for nonprofit organizations and individuals seeking information about grants and grantmaking organizations at The Carnegie Library in Pittsburgh.
- National Center for Nonprofit Boards-- Resources and leadership tools for "building stronger nonprofit boards and stronger nonprofit organizations."
- Nonprofit Outreach Network, Inc.-- Helps "nonprofit organizations take advantage of the power of the World Wide Web."
- The NonProfit Times On-Line-- A newspaper for those in the nonprofit world, includes links, reporting on important issues, and other resources.
- OMB Watch-- OMB Watch is a nonprofit research and advocacy organization that focuses on budget, regulatory, nonprofit advocacy and information policy.
- Philanthropy Journal Online-- "All the nonprofit news that's fit to hit."
- National Charities Information Bureau-- "promotes informed giving and charitable integrity, to enable more contributors to make sound giving decisions and to do all we can to encourage giving to charities that need and merit support. Contains of listing of 300 charities and order forms for a free Wise Giving Guide.
- The Christian Coalition is a pro-family citizen action organization to impact public policy on a local, state, and national level. . .and to promote Christian values in government.
- The Electronic Activist is an email directory of congressional leaders, state governments, and media.
- FaithNet's Public Faith page provides a wealth of information for Christians interested in witness and advocacy in public life.
- The Heritage Foundation is "a research and educational institute -- a think tank -- whose mission is to formulate and promote conservative public policies based on the principles of free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom, traditional American values, and a strong national defense."
- PAW Public Affairs Web provides up to date "information and ideas from around the United States concerning candidates, public issues, legislation, state and local ballot measures, and assists in finding information on political issues and organizations.
- The Progressive Directory is an outstanding source of information on a variety of advocacy issues. It contains PeaceNet, EcoNet, ConflictNet, LaborNet, and WomensNet.
- Thomas, a service of the Library of Congress, provides legislative information on the Internet.
- Town Hall features discussion, commentary and resources on "the new conservative world."
- How Big is Your Dream is a Bible study by Josh Hunt that explores the dreams people hold in their hearts and how God enables them to create new realities.
Exploring the Subject is a regular feature designed to provide an annotated list of Internet links that are related to this week's Village Life cover story. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list and links here are not an endorsement of the site or organization listed. If you think there's a site we ought to add, please send us the URL and we'll take a look at it.
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