Management/technical assistance providers

  • Tidewater Community College

    Academy for Nonprofit Excellence

    The Academy for Nonprofit Excellence (ANE) offers a blog, job alert, and courses covering a broad spectrum of nonprofit management and leadership topics.

  • Central Virginia chapter

    Association of Fundraising Professionals

    The Central Virginia Chapter, founded in 1996, is based in Richmond. It provides members monthly programming, mentoring, , networking opportunities, job postings and other resources.

  • Washington DC Metro Area Chapter

    Association of Fundraising Professionals

    Members in the District of Columbia, Virginia, and Maryland. Offers members professional development, networking opportunities, a job center and other resources.

  • Center for Nonprofit Excellence

    Center for Nonprofit Excellence is a local resource center dedicated to strengthening nonprofits to realize the potential of our community. We do this through education and training, sharing resources, and mentoring nonprofits at all stages of development.

  • Community Foundation of the New River Valley

    The Community Foundation provides educational workshops to the leaders of local charitable organizations. The Third Thursday Society educates at least 300 non-profit leaders, staff and volunteers annually about topics including fundraising, board development, and marketing.

  • Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond


    Wide array of nonprofit resources including a learning center, job postings and an item exchange for in-kind donations.

  • Council of Community Services

    The Council of Community Services, a nonprofit planning organization established in 1960, is the only organization in Southwest Virginia that primarily focuses on planning for health and human services as well as linking people with community resources.

  • Dan River Nonprofits

    Information about recruiting volunteers.

  • HandsOn Blue Ridge

    As the volunteer center for the Roanoke and New River Valleys, HandsOn Blue Ridge provides easy access to a wide range of volunteer opportunities at nonprofit organizations and local government agencies serving the entire community.

  • HandsOn Greater Richmond

    Helps nonprofits recruit and manage volunteers. Also offers volunteer management training and resources.

  • Hanover County Department of Community Resources

    According to the site: "Community Resources assists and connects volunteers, human service organizations and available resources to address community needs."

  • Loudoun Cares

    Helps nonprofits recruit volunteers. Also provides low-cost office space at its South Street Nonprofit Center.

  • Volunteer Fairfax

    Nonprofit Programs

    Offers members nonprofit management training and consulting.

  • Rappahannock United Way

    Nonprofit Resources

    Links to a free volunteer recruiting and management site, training opportunities, online nonprofit resources and a listserve.

  • Virginia Society of CPAs

    Nonprofit Resources

    VSCPA offers pro bono assistance, training, and free resource guides and articles to assist nonprofit organizations with financial management issues.

  • Council of Community Services

    Nonprofit Roanoke

    Consulting and training services for nonprofits. The site also posts jobs and volunteer opportunities.

  • Our Health

    Our Health partners with nonprofit organizations in the Lord Fairfax Planning District and other regions to support and strengthen nonprofit management needs including grant writing, volunteer management essentials, training, and other technical assistance.

  • United Way-Thomas Jefferson Area

    Sign Up Your Agency

    Helps nonprofits recruit volunteers. Use this page to register your organization.

  • Volunteer Alexandria

    Connects volunteers with nonprofit organizations in the Alexandria area. Provides volunteer management training.

  • Volunteer Arlington

    Helps nonprofits recruit volunteers. Provides quarterly "lunch and learn" sessions to support people who recruit and manage volunteers. Monthly newsletter.

  • Volunteer Center of the Virginia Peninsula

    The Volunteer Center of the Virginia Peninsula promotes voluntarism by maintaining a diverse network of qualified volunteers and connecting their capabilities with emerging needs of the residents and communities we serve.

  • VOLUNTEER Hampton Roads

    VOLUNTEER Hampton Roads delivers comprehensive classes and resources to build the capacity of the local nonprofit sector, its professional staff, and volunteers to better address serious community issues. This page also has links for IRS forms for nonprofits.

  • Volunteer Prince William

    Created in 1981, Voluntary Prince William promotes its mission through a unique referral service connecting volunteers with the County's diverse non-profit community.

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