Resources & Recommendations

Resources for Nonprofits and Ministries

ECFA enhances trust in Christ-centered churches and ministries by establishing and applying Seven Standards of Responsible Stewardship™ to accredited organizations.

Founded in 1979, ECFA provides accreditation to leading Christian nonprofit organizations that faithfully demonstrate compliance with established standards for financial accountability, transparency, fundraising, and board governance. The Christ-centered ministries accredited by ECFA include churches, denominations, educational institutions, rescue missions, camps, and many other types of tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organizations. Collectively, these organizations represent over $29 billion in annual revenue. Click Here to learn more!

The IRS provides a wealth of information and resources for nonprofit and charitable organizations.

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Grants.gov is the portal for applying to the federal government for grant funds. There are tutorials on the site that guide organizations through the process of registering and applying for funds.

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TechSoup provides the latest technology resources specifically for nonprofits and ministries at a significant discount. Check out the complete product catalog on their website.

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We Recommend

BoardFlics is a training course for nonprofits and their board of directors. In just a few short minutes, the entire board can be trained in a fun, fact-filled way. Use code 5OFFSPECIAL for $5 off the BoardFlics course.

Grant Writing Intensive – Whether you are a newbie to grant writing or just need a refresher, this course covers the nuts and bolts from A to Z. Learn more at www.grantwritingintensive.com

Looking for a grant research database as well as a project management tool? Instrumentl provides both in an easy to use format. www.instrumentl.com

GrantStation provides an affordable resource to research potential funding opportunities for your organization. Using this link will provide a savings of more than $600 annually.