Learning Center Resources

Choose from a variety of articles, videos, podcasts, and other resources designed to help you make the most of your .ORG online presence.

Grants 101: An Introduction for Non-Profits

Grants 101: An Introduction for Non-Profits

For the growing non-profit, being well-funded is key to doing good work - and essential. Find out how to incorporate grants into your fundraising strategy.
Donor Communications During COVID: Best Practices from a Year of Virtual Work

Donor Communications During COVID: Best Practices from a Year of Virtual Work

The challenges presented by COVID-19 have made donor engagement difficult. These best practices can help you maintain meaningful engagement with your donors as we continue to work remotely and maintain social distancing.
Creative Collaboration Through Crisis: Bright Ideas for Doing Good Work Well

Creative Collaboration Through Crisis: Bright Ideas for Doing Good Work Well

The challenges presented by COVID-19 have spurred innovation among mission-based .ORGs who have come up with some great ideas on how to stay connected and collaborative during the crisis. Find out how these organizations are staying motivated and together in our latest .ORG Learning Center article.
Tax and Legal Basics for Your New .ORG: Six Steps to Start-Up Success

Tax and Legal Basics for Your New .ORG: Six Steps to Start-Up Success

An essential aspect of starting your non-profit is understanding the tax and legal steps involved. Here are six steps to get started on the right foot.
Using Hashtags to Promote and Protect Your Brand

Using Hashtags to Promote and Protect Your Brand

As useful as hashtags are for social media users, it is important for non-profits to take actions to not only maximize the promotion potential of hashtags but to protect their brand online.
Trademark Watching Best Practices

Trademark Watching Best Practices

Employing a “trademark watching” strategy is critical to early discovery of potentially infringing trademarks or similar organization names so that a non-profit can assert its rights and avoid confusion among its key constituents.
Protecting Your Social Media Presence

Protecting Your Social Media Presence

Non-profit organizations can benefit greatly by following these eight simple best practices for securing their social media accounts.
Compliance on a Budget: Meeting Guidelines to Preserve the Bottom Line

Compliance on a Budget: Meeting Guidelines to Preserve the Bottom Line

For non-profits, staying compliant with tax rules and regulations is high stakes but managing it on a budget can be done—with time and commitment. Here's how!
Securing Your Domain Names (Part 1)

Securing Your Domain Names (Part 1)

An organization’s portfolio of domain names remains the single most important toolset to attract donors, volunteers, and non-profit partners to an organization’s website. As a result, it is crucial for every non-profit to secure these valuable assets from inadvertent deletion, unauthorized transfer, or disruption.
Securing Your Domain Names (Part 2)

Securing Your Domain Names (Part 2)

An organization’s portfolio of domain names remains the single most important toolset to attract donors, volunteers, and non-profit partners to an organization’s website. As a result, it is crucial for every non-profit to secure these valuable assets from inadvertent deletion, unauthorized transfer, or disruption.
Solicitation Savvy: Three Ways to Drive Donations on a Budget

Solicitation Savvy: Three Ways to Drive Donations on a Budget

Just like building a home, you can build your brand with the help of an architect, construction team, and designer—or you could take a do it yourself (DIY) approach!
DIY Brand Building Guide: An Affordable Plan for Your Mission-Based Brand

DIY Brand Building Guide: An Affordable Plan for Your Mission-Based Brand

Just like building a home, you can build your brand with the help of an architect, construction team, and designer—or you could take a do it yourself (DIY) approach!

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