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created as a resource for non-profits as they plot the road ahead in uncertain times.

from the Fieldstone Alliance, a 501(c)(3) organization with a twenty-six year history of providing consulting, publishing, training, and research and demonstration projects that help nonprofits, funders, networks, and communities achieve greater impact.

The "new and improved" official website of the National Arts Marketing Project, a program of Americans for the Arts, offers practical and creative ideas, and best practices to save time, reduce costs and improve your marketing results.
A Museum Survival Guide: The American Association of Museums has posted comprehensive materials on its website on navigating the current economic downturn. Links are provided to information on a wide array of topics, including practical tips on cutbacks, best practices in downsizing, and maintaining public trust in nonprofits. Most covered topics will be useful to all nonprofits, not only museums.
A Kennedy Center Initiative is a program designed to provide planning assistance and consulting to struggling arts organizations throughout the United States. Open to non-profit 501(c)(3) performing arts organizations, the program will provide counsel from Kennedy Center President Michael Kaiser and the Kennedy Center executive staff in the areas of fundraising, building more effective Boards of Trustees, budgeting, marketing, technology, and other areas pertinent to maintaining a vital performing arts organization during a troubled economy.
In these particularly uncertain economic times, many nonprofits may be facing 2009 with more dread than optimism. Regardless of industry, size, or type of work, community based nonprofits are faced with a variety of crucial challenges in 2009: Maintaining their mission; Offsetting unanticipated funding loss; Keeping their doors open. To find some practical suggestions, Dewey & Kaye enlisted the help of fellow co-workers at McCrory & McDowell and readers in the nonprofit community.