www.bigdatabase.ca provides fundraising information and other resources for charities and non-profits in North America
www.charityvillage.com is one of Canada’s largest information sites on philanthropy and volunteerism; provides over 3,500 pages of information on resources, how-to articles, volunteers, event listings, educational opportunities, and more with regards to philanthropy.
www.canadianwomen.org provides information on how Canadian Women’s Foundation (CWF) raises money to fund, research and share the best approaches to, ending violence against women; moving low-income women out of poverty and empowering girls with confidence, courage and critical thinking skills.
www.pfc.ca the Philanthropic Foundations Canada is a national membership organization for Canada’s independent grant-making foundations and charities. The site offers information about philanthropy, about grant-making, and about the growing network of independent grant-makers who are members of PFC.
www.cra-arc.gc.ca/charities the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) site gives technical advice on operating a charity, and provides a listing of all registered charities in Canada.
www.gatesfoundation.org “We created the Gates Foundation in 2000 because we believe in the principle that every human life has equal worth.” Bill and Melinda Gates
www.fundraising-ideas.com offers a directory of fundraising products and services.
www.tocows.com provides access to free computer software downloads.
www.charitychoices.com offers information (brief description of the charity, contact information, etc.) on accountable charities.
www.philanthropy.com offers information about philanthropy, about grant-making, and a variety of grant-makers.
www.canadahelps.org provides nonprofits with access to affordable online technology to both donors and charities to promote – and ultimately increase – charitable giving in Canada.
www.charity.com operates as a nonprofit portal with charities listings and charity resources.
www.techsoup.org provides nonprofits with the opportunity to be matched with companies willing to supply free computer software.