Management/technical assistance providers

  • Adirondack Nonprofit Network

    A program of the Adirondack Community Trust, the Adirondack Nonprofit Network (ANN) is an informal network of leaders from organizations serving the Adirondacks working together to enhance the quality and impact of their work.

  • New York City Chapter

    Association of Fundraising Professionals

    According to the site: "The New York City Chapter, the founding chapter of The Association of Fundraising Professionals, is a vital and unparalleled source of information and resources for the New York area — from workshops and informal networking opportunities to Fundraising Day in New York, the largest one-day conference in the world on philanthropic topics."

  • Association of Nonprofit Specialists

    The Association of Nonprofit Specialists is a network of organizations, consultants, and other specialists providing assistance to nonprofits.

  • Robin Hood

    Blue Ridge Labs

    According to the site: "The Blue Ridge Labs team specializes in creating and supporting early-stage social tech ventures (both for-profit and nonprofit)." It offers four-month fellows space, a stipend, peer support and access to experts. It also has a six-month program to scale up social-impact prototypes.

  • Nonprofit Board Placement & Recruiting in NYC


    BoardAssist offers services in nonprofit board placement, board matching, board service, and board recruiting for organizations in New York City and the greater NYC area.

  • Cause Effective

    Cause Effective provides consulting services for nonprofits in three major areas: board development, special events, and fundraising. It offers individual consultation and assessment, as well as workshops and other training.

  • Center for Community Engagement at St. John Fisher College

    CCE's mission is to enhance nonprofit leadership by providing programs and resources that strengthen the capabilities of boards of directors and professional staff. Special emphasis is placed on the needs of small and midsize organizations.

  • School of Public Affairs - Baruch College

    Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management

    The Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management offers regular seminars, research, and an annual consulting day for community-based nonprofit organizations in New York City.

  • Central New York Philanthropy Center

    Operated by the Central New York Community Foundation in Syracuse, the Central New York Philanthropy Center provides meeting and office space to local nonprofit organizations.

  • Citizens Committee For New York City

    The Citizens Committee helps New Yorkers - especially those in low-income areas - come together and improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods.

  • Community Resource Exchange

    Community Resource Exchange (CRE) is a nonprofit management consulting firm that makes New York City's nonprofit organizations stronger and more effective in fighting poverty and advancing social justice.

  • ESCOT - Executive Services Corps of Tri-Cities

    ESCOT provides consulting services to not-for-profit organizations, governmental units and educational institutions in the greater Capital District.

  • United Way of the Dutchess - Orange Region

    For Noprofits

    Helps nonprofits recruit volunteers.

  • Human Services Coalition of Tompkins County

    The HSCTC coordinates workshops, networking, and resources for nonprofit and public service agencies in Tompkins County.

  • New York Cares

    New York Cares connects New Yorkers to volunteer opportunities. It helps bring volunteer support to over 850 nonprofit organizations, public schools, and other organizations in the City.

  • New York Nonprofit Media

    New York Nonprofit Media features the latest stories impacting New York's nonprofit community. This digital and print publication includes jobs and events.

  • NonProfit HelpDesk

    A project of the Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island, the NonProfit HelpDesk (NPHD) was created to provide technical assistance to nonprofit organizations throughout New York City.

  • Space Ads

    Nonprofit New York

    Space wanted/space available ads are solely for 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations with office space available, those seeking office space, or those with meeting or conference space for rent in the New York City area.

  • Volunteer New York!

    Nonprofit Services

    Part of the HandsOn Network, Volunteer New York! helps nonprofits in Westchester and Putnam recruit and manage volunteers.

  • NPower

    According to the organization: "NPower is a national nonprofit that provides free technology training to young adults from underserved communities. As part of their career-readiness program, they give students opportunity for a paid internship with local nonprofits and corporations. For nonprofits in the NYC area, who are in need of IT problem-solvers, NPower is the premier resource for diverse, non-traditional workers who have industry recognized IT certifications and a passion for helping others."

  • Long Island Volunteer Center

    Organization Signup

    The Long Island Volunteer Center, an affiliate of the HandsOn Network, is the regional resource for volunteerism and community service throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties. Sign up on this page for help recruiting volunteers for your organization.

  • United Way of Buffalo & Erie County

    Resources for Nonprofits

    The United Way of Buffalo & Erie County helps area nonprofits in a number of ways, including free training, professional development, help with mergers, group purchasing discounts and finding interns. For help recruiting volunteers, hover over "Our Partners" in the navigation menu and click on You will find a link to register your organization.

  • Support Center for Nonprofit Management

    The Support Center provides management training and consulting, disseminates information and practical resources to the sector, and works to build strategic alliances.

  • The Stakeholders

    The Stakeholders is a nonprofit organization founded on the belief that people are key to the sustainability of New York’s Capital Region. The organization seeks to retain and attract residents through programs that focus on education, capacity building, and philanthropy.

  • Urban Justice Center

    The organization's Community Development Project (CDP) provides legal, technical, research, and policy assistance to grassroots community groups.

  • United Way of Central New York

    Volunteer Page

    The United Way of Central New York Volunteer Center provides guidance and resources to help nonprofit organizations with recruiting, managing and recognizing volunteers. For more information, scroll to the "For Agencies" section of this page.

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