Sector-specific resources for those looking for work with non profit organizations.
Blue Book: Directory of Community Services in Toronto (Closed Ref 361.0025713541 Blu)
An annual listing of hundreds of community and government organizations within Toronto.
Canadian Directory To Foundations & Grants (Ref 001.4402571 Can)
An annual listing of over 2,000 Canadian grant-making foundations and over 150 American foundations with a history of granting in Canada.
Cause For Change (658.301 Sar)
This book offers leaders a guide for engaging the Millennial generation in all aspects of a nonprofit organization.
Great Jobs for Sociology Majors (331.702 Lam)
,”will help you choose the right career out of the myriad possibilities at your disposal,”
Lessons For Non-Profit And Start-Up Leaders: Tales From A Reluctant CEO (658.4092 Har)
Harris shares her insights, struggles, and mistakes with the goal of helping others who may be starting and running non-profit organizations.
Mobile For Good (658.15224 Man)
A how-to fundraising guide for nonprofits.
Prospect Research For Fundraisers (658.15224 Fil)
Prospect research helps fundraisers raise larger gifts in a shorter amount of time.
The Essential Nonprofit Fundraising Handbook (658.15224 San)
,”getting the money you need from government agencies, businesses, foundations and individuals.”
The Everything Guide To Starting and Running A Nonprofit (658.1148 Goe)
All you need to establish, manage, and maintain a successful nonprofit business.
The Mission Driven Handbook (650.14 Ott)
A resource from moving from profit to purpose
York Link: A Community Services Directory (Closed Ref 361.0025713547 Yor)
An annual listing of nearly 700 York Region community service providers and related government agencies.
Zilch :The Power of Zero in Business (658 Lub)
Nancy Lublin, the founder of “Dress for Success” offers advice to profit organizations on doing business with “zilch,”.
Canadian Association of Social Workers
(www.casw-acts.ca)CASW’s objective is to strengthen and promote the social work profession.
(www.charitychannel.com),”connects you to your non-profit colleagues across town, across the country and around the world” $fee
(www.charityvillage.com)"Canada’s supersite for the non-profit sector."
(idealistcareers.org),”Idealist Careers helps purpose-driven professionals find, land, and love their social impact jobs. Through actionable advice and inspirational stories, we hope to spur and support a global community of doers who’ve made changing the world their careers.”
iHire Social Services
(www.iHireSocialServices.com)An award-winning site providing employers and job seekers resume matching technologies for time saving and efficient job searches in the social service industry.
(www.imaginecanada.ca)launched in 2005, this Canadian organization aims to be the national umbrella organization for Canada’s non-profit sector.
(www.dotorgjobs.com)An online global employment resource for the non-profit world.
The Nonprofit Career Network
(www.nonprofitcareer.com),”aims to identify the people who want to participate in the nonprofit sector and the organizations that have a need for those people,”
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