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    A Guide to Getting Grants - Help for Grant Writers
    Free online grant writing classes and a glossary of grant writing terms and acronymns. Coming soon, weekly tips for the grant writer.

    Animal Writes Funding Project
    Experienced journalist/copywriter would like to assist legitimate non-profit animal rescue groups, shelters, etc. If you don't have the funding to hire a writer to prepare your press releases, website content, fundraising letters, etc. contact me to inquire about the Animal Writes Funding Project.

    Communications Director - New England Anti-Vivisection Society
    Boston based NEAVS seeks a Communications Director. Must be experienced and savvy in media, public relations and marketing with excellent communications skills and a commitment to animal advocacy. Send resume: NEAVS, 333 Washington St., Suite 850, Boston, MA 02108, fax: 617-523-7925 or email [email protected]

    Education Coordinator - New England Anti-Vivisection Society
    Full-time Education Coordinator must have solid teaching experience, science a plus; commitment to end the harmful use of animals in education; good public relations. Responsibilities inlcude: presentations, networking, developing materials, passing dissection choice legislation nationally. Some travel required. Send resume: NEAVS, 333 Washington St., Sjuite 850, Boston, MA 02108, fax 617-523-7925 or email [email protected]

    Fundsnet Services: Animal Rights Programs - Action without Borders
    Post job openings, volunteer opportunities, events, internships, campaigns, and resources in the knowledge that these postings will be seen by over 50,000 Idealist subscribers from around the world, as well as thousands of people visiting the Idealist site daily.

    Internet Nonprofit Center
    The Internet Nonprofit Center publishes the Nonprofit FAQ, a resource of information provided by participants in many online discussions about nonprofits and their work. Covers organization, management, regulation and fundraising for nonprofit organizations.

    Internet Publishing for Nonprofits
    This guide answers some common questions about Internet access and publishing, including the various levels of service, what they require, and how they can benefit your organization.

    Justice for Animals Fund
    The Justice for Animals Fund provides grants up to $1000 to assist small grassroots organizations in animal advocacy. The Fund is a small foundation, so it must limit its focus. Consequently, it cannot afford to assist organizations whose main activities are animal rescues, shelters, or spay/neuter programs.

    Service Leader
    Information on all aspects of volunteer management, including getting your organization ready to involve volunteers, volunteer screening, matching, record-keeping and evaluation, legal issues/risk management, volunteer/staff relations, online activism by volunteers, and volunteer management software.

    Strategic Communications in the Digital Age
    The Benton Foundation seeks to expand the frontiers of nonprofit and noncommercial use of new media. Our program focuses on helping nonprofits enhance the impact of their work through more effective use of communications technologies and digital media. This site aims to be a trustworthy gateway to knowledge of and tools for nonprofit use of communications technologies.

    The Fund for Animals: Animal Funding
    If you've made your way to this page for tips to help you fundraise, chances are you or your group - for all your fantastic programs to help animals - needs some money. On this site you'll find a guide to help you get started.

    Trial Lawyers for Public Justice
    This national, public interest law firm offers cutting-edge legal briefs and news on environmental protection and other public interest issues, plus an online database of 2,300 contacts for public interest advocates in all 50 states, sorted by 35 focus areas. Find environmental and animal rights groups in any state.

    Virtual Volunteering Project
    The Virtual Volunteering Project compiles information and resources to help organizations find and involve volunteers via online technologies. We use information based on experiences from hundreds of volunteer managers/service leaders and volunteers, our own experiences, and related resources.

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