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Non-Profit
Sector-specific resources for those looking for work with non profit organizations.
Books
  • 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,”.
Web Sites
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers
    (www.casw-acts.ca)
    CASW’s objective is to strengthen and promote the social work profession.
  • Charity Channel
    (www.charitychannel.com)
    ,”connects you to your non-profit colleagues across town, across the country and around the world” $fee
  • Charity Village
    (www.charityvillage.com)
    "Canada’s supersite for the non-profit sector."
  • Idealist Careers
    (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.
  • Imagine Canada
    (www.imaginecanada.ca)
    launched in 2005, this Canadian organization aims to be the national umbrella organization for Canada’s non-profit sector.
  • On Philanthropy
    (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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