9 helpful reads for people who want to start a nonprofit

So, you want to start a nonprofit? There are no shortcuts or easy tips to follow. However, there are plenty of resources to help you figure out your next steps. Here are nine articles to explore:

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  1. As the director of a municipal federally funded grant program, the other resource I wish I had known about when I started is Vu Le’s Nonprofits With Balls http://nonprofitwithballs.com/, a “nonprofit with the mission of cultivating leaders of color to develop the capacity of ethnic-led nonprofits and foster collaboration between diverse communities to effect systemic change.”

    1. Vu’s blog is fantastic! We’re big fans of his around here 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Valerie!

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