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Discount/Free Web Hosting for Nonprofits

ThinkHost is a privately owned progressive company providing high performance website hosting services to a global market and has a special commitment to assisting nonprofit organizations. ThinkHost has a limited number of free hosting accounts to offer to U.S.-based, registered nonprofit progressive organizations whose primary focus is environment, grassroots democracy, peace, social/economic justice or human rights. Each package provided under this initiative allows for a gigabyte of server space, thirty gigabytes of bandwidth, and many other features. Nonprofit organizations that provide a direct benefit to the community, but don’t fall into the categories listed above, can still qualify for a hosting discount – free setup and up to 20% off monthly fees. Further details visitThinkHost.com

A Single Website Unifying Federal Grants

www.grants.gov is a website dedicated to connecting people/organizations with the federal grants they need. There are two key features on the site: finding grants and applying for grants, everything else is a tool to support one of these functions. There are also registration tools and checklists designed to guide you through the entire grant process.

Workbook Focuses on Community Connections

The Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) Institute is built upon three decades of community development research. Their newest publication, “Discovering Community Power: A Guide to Mobilizing Local Assets and your Organization’s Capacity,” is a community building workbook – and is available now! The workbook affirms that nonprofit organizations are much more powerful community actors when they are not exclusively focused on needs, problems and deficiencies but are effectively connected to the resources, or assets of the local community. The workbook may be downloaded at no cost from http://www.northwestern.edu/ipr/abcd.html.

 

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