- Management/technical assistance providers
- Legal resources
- Nonprofit associations
- State agencies
- Start-up guides
Management/technical assistance providers
The AEBI was created in 2005 by a collaboration of funders to give Arizona nonprofit organizations the tools and education they need to develop and implement endowment building programs that seek outright gifts to endowment, and also direct future gifts received via wills or estate plans into those endowment funds.
Greater Arizona chapter
The Greater Arizona Chapter provides a fundraising training and networking opportunities, a library, a job center and other resources.
HandsOn Greater Phoenix connects partnering nonprofit organizations to motivated individuals, groups, and/or businesses seeking meaningful volunteer opportunities.
Arizona State University
ASU Lodestar Center aims to make nonprofits more effective in how they change the world. It provides research, education and outreach for people who support, run, work for and volunteer for nonprofits.
St. Luke's Health Initiatives
The Technical Assistance Partnership (TAP) builds nonprofit organizational capacity, alliances and sector partnerships. Community-based organizations that participate in TAP develop tools and resources to resolve critical organizational and community needs.
United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona
Helps nonprofits recruit volunteers.
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