Welcome to the BEST and most comprehensive listing of nonprofit publications available anywhere online!

About.Com – Nonprofit News Sources – Hosted by Stan Hutton While this page is littered with ads it is still a great resources for nonprofit listing over thirty different informational links.

Charity Village – Canada’s supersite for the nonprofit sector — 3,000 pages of news, jobs, information and resources for executives, staffers, donors, and volunteers. If philanthropy and volunteerism are part of your world, this is your place. Discover what’s new today in the village, or visit the Welcome Centre for first-time visitors and the media.

The Chronicle of Philanthropy – The Chronicle of Philanthropy is the newspaper of the nonprofit world. It is the No. 1 news source, in print and online, for charity leaders, fund raisers, grant makers, and other people involved in the philanthropic enterprise. In print, The Chronicle is published biweekly except the last two weeks in June and the last two weeks in December (a total of 24 issues a year). A subscription includes full access to this Web site and news updates by e-mail — all at no extra charge. An online-only subscription is also available.

Consumer World – Over 1,500 of the most useful consumer resources on the Internet categorized for easy access.

Contributions Magazine, the How-to Source for Nonprofit Staff & Volunteers for the
past 23 years, is now online and FREE for nonprofit staff and volunteers. Renowned columnists Jerold Panas, Kay Sprinkel Grace, Tom Ahern, and other well-known fundraising and nonprofit experts share their hard-won wisdom in each issue.

e-Volunteerism: The Electronic Journal of the Volunteer Community is a quarterly subscription publication that combines the best characteristics of a printed professional journal with the capacity of the Internet. Launched in 2000 by publishing editors Susan J. Ellis and Steve McCurley and an international editorial team, e-Volunteerism provides leaders of volunteer efforts with cutting-edge information from around the world. Fully interactive for reader comments, the journal offers feature articles, training designs, “roundtable” discussions, Web site reviews, a research-to-practice section, and even audio contributions.

Fund$Raiser Cyberzine a nonprofit fundraising-oriented online magazine department committed to the needs and interests of smaller, grassroots organizations.

Leader to Leader – The Drucker Foundation’s award- winning quarterly journal, offers cutting-edge thinking on leadership, management, and strategy written by today’s top thought leaders from the private, public, and social sectors.

News Link – Links to newspapers, broadcasters and magazines and JobLink advertising

Nonprofit Online News Nonprofit Online News – A project of The Gilbert Center and has been in continuous publication since April 1997. Nonprofit Online News follows the web log model of short, readable items delivered on a regular basis. We provide the most recent news on the front page of our site, an email edition of the news to our subscribers, and an archive of all our past news items. Because we are a news organization and not a directory, we do not maintain old links.

The Nonprofit Quarterly – A unique print magazine that leaders count on to provide them with values based management information and proven practices. Each issue focuses on a theme of critical importance and provides you with the cutting edge, relevant and useful information you need to manage more effectively and advance your mission.

The NonProfit Times – The leading business publication for nonprofit management published twenty-two times a year. Along with news, management and how-to pieces, this publication gives readers independent consumer surveying regarding the charitable sector. Readers can also subscribe to receive three additional e-letters.

Philanthropy Journal – Providers readers with a daily website and weekly email bulletin, they deliver online news and information about philanthropy and nonprofits.

The Philanthropy Roundtable – A national association of individual donors, corporate giving representatives, foundation staff and trustees, and trust and estate officers.

Pulse – A publication of The Alliance for Nonprofit Management that gives answers to FAQs on board development, financial management, fundraising and strategic planning as well as information on what is happening in the management support community and nonprofit sector.

Stevenson, Inc. – Home to several nationally-acclaimed newsletters and hands-on manuals. All of our publications are prepared with you in mind. Doesn’t matter whether you’re new to the profession or a seasoned veteran. We pledge to deliver “great ideas and practical solutions.”

The Society For Nonprofit Organizations – A resource for Board members, paid staff, and volunteers who lead or help nonprofit organizations all around the world.

Nonprofit Technology News is your source for product research. Set up as a vertical search engine for products and services in the nonprofit sector, you now have one source to help you find the right products to help you achieve your mission.

TechSoup is a nonprofit with a clear focus: providing other nonprofits and libraries with technology that empowers them to fulfill their missions and serve their communities. As part of that goal, we provide technology products and information geared specifically to the unique challenges faced by nonprofits and libraries. Learning resources, including articles, blogs, free webinars, and forums led by expert hosts are available to all users. Once qualified with TechSoup, nonprofits and libraries can access 400+ technology products from more than 40 donor partners — including Microsoft, Adobe, Cisco, Intuit, and Symantec. All donated and discounted products are available for a small admin fee that supports our work in the United States and around the world.

Volunteer Today – Volunteer Today is an e-newsletter for those who manage the work of volunteers in nonprofit, government or corporate programs. Its aim is two-fold: 1) build the capacity of individuals to organize effective volunteer programs; 2) enhance the profession of volunteer management.

Nonprofit World – published since 1983 – provides busy nonprofit leaders with concise and practical articles whose advice can be easily implemented.