Bimonthly. Providing news and information for foundations, corporate grant makers, and people who work for nonprofit, tax exempt organizations in health, education, religion, the arts, and social services.
Bimonthly. A peer-reviewed international, interdisciplinary journal for nonprofit sector research covering nonprofit organizations, philanthropy, and voluntarism by providing cutting-edge research, discussion, and analysis of the field.
Data on public and private companies, investement firms, M&A and private equity deals, and people (mostly executives and board members) worldwide. By Standard & Poors (S&P) Global
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Global public and private company profiles. Best for a small number of company or industry look-ups. Alternative search interface available with Mint Global. By Bureau van Dijk
For large-scale data, use Orbis (in WRDS)
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Provides current information about facts and trends in philanthropy. Find it @ Stanford
Consult the Encyclopedia of Associations in the database. The encyclopedia contains 120,000+ entries for regional, national, and international nonprofit organizations. Search by Subject Descriptor; use the term nonprofit.
A coalition of the leading international relief and development organizations in the US. Browse by type of agency or regional location or read a list of all members. Nice feature is each profile includes the organization's overhead, so you know how much of your money goes into the field.