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Nonprofit Resource Guide:

A Directory of Organizations of Interest To or Serving Nonprofits

This web page will focus on organizations of interest to or providing assistance to nonprofit organizations. For nonprofit databases, articles, or web pages about nonprofit management, see Nonprofit Library. In addition, there is also a web page on Fund Raisers - Grant Writing Consultants that may be of interest.

Alliance for Justice
2000 P. Street N.W.
Washington, DC 20036
Telephone: (202) 822-6070
(Last checked 08/22/17)
The Alliance for Justice is a national association of environmental, civil rights, mental health, women's, children's and consumer advocacy organizations. Since its inception in 1979, the Alliance has worked to advance the cause of justice for all Americans, strengthen the public interest community's ability to influence public policy, and foster the next generation of advocates. The Alliance works with nonprofit leaders, staff and volunteers on how to navigate the law governing public policy activities, including lobbying, funding advocacy, ballot measure activities, and voter education. Publishes Seize the Initiative: A comprehensive legal guide for nonprofits who want to propose or lobby for ballot measure campaigns. The Alliance also works with foundations to encourage their support on public policy issues.
Alliance for Nonprofit Management
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Formed by the merger of the Support Centers of America and the Nonprofit Management Association. The purpose of the Alliance is to challenge and strengthen those who deliver management and governance support services to nonprofit organizations. Members include management support organizations, individual professionals, and a range of national/regional, umbrella, research and academic, publishing and philanthropic organizations that provide training and consulting to nonprofits. The NMA Web site contains a new "Alliance Resource Center," with links to Web sites, books, videos, and other resources relating to nonprofit management and governance. Publishes Pulse. The Alliance has four members in Michigan: the New Center in Ann Arbor; the Simon House in Detroit; Christian Schools International in Grand Rapids; and the Direction Center of Grand Rapids.
Alliance of Nonprofit Mailers
1211 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Suite 620
Washington, DC 20036
Telephone: (202) 462-5132
(Last checked 08/22/17)
The Alliance of Nonprofit Mailers was established in 1980 as a national coalition of nonprofit organizations sharing an vested interest in nonprofit postal policy. The Alliance is the primary representative of nonprofit mailers before the Postal Rate Commission, at the United States Postal Service's (USPS) Headquarters, and on Capitol Hill. The organization's web site provides information on non-profit postal issues, from the latest rate charts to commonly asked questions about eligibility restrictions.
American Society of
Association Executives (ASAE)

1575 I Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20005-1168
Telephone: (202) 626-2723
(Last checked 08/22/17)
A membership organization for the association management profession. Web site offers a large number of resources designed to enhance the association professional's performance. The site also serves as a link to the more than 138,000 existing associations in the U.S.
Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Volunteer Associations (ARNOVA)
(URL last checked 08/22/17)
A community of people dedicated to fostering the creation, application and dissemination of research about voluntary action, nonprofit organizations and philanthropy.
Publish the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly which is available in the Michigan State University Main Library in print and electronic format. The MSU Library also has the Journal of Voluntary Action Research (previous title) all the way back to 1980. A searchabale database for these two journals plus articles delivered at ARNOVA conferences is available at the web site.
Association of Fundraising Professionals
1101 King St., Suite 700
Alexandria, VA 22314
Telephone: (703) 684-0410
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Offers consulting, training and career development services. Also produces various publications and videos dealing with the subjects of: general fund raising; not-for-profit planning, marketing and management; not-for-profit boards; major gifts; planned giving; proposals and grants; direct mail; special events; prospect search and demographics; education; religion; philanthropy; fund raising as a profession; not-for-profit law, tax and accounting; and general interest. Call national number for a catalog. Be sure to check out the Resource Center, where you will find over 3,000 reference resources -- from how to set up an annual fund, to new social media giving, to special events, and tax issues.
Association of Fundraising Professionals
Greater Detroit Chapter

28226 Delton
Madison Heights, MI 48071
Telephone: (248) 579-5004
(Last checked 08/22/17)
The Greater Detroit Chapter of the AFP includes over 300 people who are involved in raising funds for a broad spectrum of nonprofit health, education, and human service agencies in southeastern Michigan. Web site provides membership directory, calendar of activities, and additional web links of interest.
Association of Fundraising Professionals
Capital Area Chapter

200 Museum Dr.
Lansing, MI 48933
Telephone: (517) 485-8116
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Call for information about workshops and other activities.
Association of Fundraising Professionals
Mid-Michigan Chapter

Northwood University
3225 Cooke Road
Midland, MI 48640
Telephone: (616) 837-4272
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Call for information about workshops and other activities.
Association of Fundraising Professionals
West Michigan Chapter

(Last checked 08/22/17)
Call for information about workshops and other activities.
Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement (APRA)
414 Plaza Drive, Suite 209
Westmont, IL 60559
Telephone: (630) 655-0177
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Maintained by the professional organization for fund raisers who conduct research on potential donors, this site provides answers to FAQs about fundraising research. It also contains links to other sites that offer information about private and corporate grantmakers, as well as individual donors.
Avenue Web Media
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Offers non-profit web development and marketing services for not-for-profit organizations that focus on helping their communities. This is not an "affordable deal", this is a completely free service. We not only donate our work hours, we also cover the setup and maintenance costs. The services we offer are completely in line with our standard professional services: professional graphic design, professional CMS platform, introductory marketing, unlimited customer service - a real $4,000+ value. To qualify for this offer organizations must be exclusively not-for-profit and have a proven record of community service in any area. If you feel you qualify please contact us immediately for your initial free consultation.
Benton Foundation
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Bridging the worlds of philanthropy, public policy, and community action, Benton seeks to shape the emerging communications environment and to demonstrate the value of communications for solving social problems. Through demonstration projects, media production and publishing, research, conferences, and grantmaking, Benton probes relationships between the public, corporate, and nonprofit sectors to address the critical questions for democracy in the information age.
BoardSource: Building Effective Nonprofit Boards
1828 L Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036-5114
Telephone: (800) 883-6262
(Last checked 08/22/17)
The premier resource for practical information, tools and best practices, training, and leadership development for board members of nonprofit organizations worldwide. Through our highly acclaimed programs and services, BoardSource enables organizations to fulfill their missions by helping build strong and effective nonprofit boards.
Business Consultants for Non-Profits (BCNP)
Telephone: (248) 227-6854
For more information contact: linda_braun@bcnp-mi.org
(Last checked 08/22/17)
A non-profit organization comprised of business professionals who volunteer their talents to assist other non-profit organizations looking to build capacity to achieve their mission. We serve non-profits located in southeast Michigan.
Charity Village
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Canada's supersite for the nonprofit sector --- more than 2,000 pages of news, jobs, information and resources for executives, staffers, donors, and volunteers. If philanthropy and volunteerism are part of your world, this is your place. News items are drawn from both the U.S. and Canada.
City Connect Detroit
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Every day, City Connect Detroit and its partners hunt for funding opportunities from the federal government, the State of Michigan, and the foundation community -- so you don't have to. When you become a member of City Connect Detroit, you gain access to all of these funding opportunities online -- and through emailed funding alerts. You'll also find regularly updated articles on funding trends -- both federal and private -- and resources such as proposal "how-to's" and proposal boosters, such as data, maps, and boilerplate language. Note: Subscription required.
CompassPoint Nonprofit Services
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Located in San Francisco and Silicon Valley, California, CompassPoint Nonprofit Services (formerly the Support Center for Nonprofit Management) helps nonprofit organizations manage more efficiently and effectively. Through consulting services, workshops, research and publications, we work with nonprofit managers and staff to bring the best management skills and concepts to the nonprofit sector. Sponsors the Board Cafe and Food for Thought.
Consulting Services by
Jayne Cravens and Coyote Communications

Austin, Texas
Telephone: (512) 440-0835
E-mail: jcravens@coyotecom.com
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Specializing in both online and offline communications services for not-for-profit organizations and public sector agencies.
Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE)
1307 New York Ave. NW, Ste. 1000
Washington DC, 20005-4701
Telephone: (202) 328-5900
(Last checked 08/22/17)
The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) is an international association of education advancement officers, who include alumni administrators, fund raisers, public relations managers, publications editors, and government relations officers. The ultimate goal of advancement professionals is to enhance their institutions by bringing in support--be it in the form of money, alumni loyalty, public esteem, or new students. In turn, CASE's purpose is to help these people advance the cause of education. It does this by offering information resources and training opportunities to aid members. Publish an annual edition of Matching Gift Details which itemizes which institutions match the gifts of their employees. [Latest edition available in the Main Library Reference Funding Center.]
"Do you need sample annual fund brochures, job descriptions, phonothon scripts, or class agent manuals? Do you need articles from our CURRENTS magazine about donor recognition, the importance of endowment campaigns, or the steps in a major donor solicitation? Do you need to find the name of that new book on fund raising on the Internet, setting up a school foundation, or planning a library campaign? To find out what we can do for you, call (202) 328-5942 or 328-5958, stop by our Washington, D.C. office, or e-mail library@ns.case.org.]
Council of Michigan Foundations
P.O. Box 599
Grand Haven, MI 49417
Telephone: (616) 842-7080
(Last checked 08/22/17)
A nonprofit membership association composed of private, community and corporate foundation and giving programs in Michigan. Mission is to enhance and increase philanthropy in the state. Offers workshops and technical information to grant makers and individuals that want to establish foundations. As of February 1995, the largest regional association of grant makers.

CMF offers a variety of pamphlets, reports, videos, audio cassettes, and directories. Covers general interest, private and family foundations, corporate foundations and giving programs, and community foundations. Publications include The Michigan Foundation Directory ($35 for members, $40 for nonmembers), A Guide to Building a Legacy Society ($20 members, $25 nonmembers.)

Council on Foundations
1828 L St., N.W.
Washington, DC 20036
Telephone: (202) 466-6512
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Offers tailored programs and services for community, corporate and family foundations as well as giving and international programs. Offers over 100 books, monographs, videos and audio tapes. The publications are designed for grant makers and those interested in organized philanthropy. Produces Foundation News and Commentary
Creative Many
440 Burroughs Street, Suite 363
Detroit, MI 48202
Telephone: (313) 483-5705
(Last checked 08/22/17)
This group merged in early 1997, bringing together the Arts Foundation of Michigan, Business Volunteers for the Arts, Concerned Citizens for the Arts in Michigan and the Michigan Alliance for Arts Education. Recently ArtServe Michigan has rebranded itself again; it is now called Creative Many. Our mission -- to develop creative people, creative places and the creative economy for a competitive Michigan through research, advocacy, professional practice, funding and communications. We are passionate in our commitment to advance the arts, culture and creative industries as essential contributing forces in our state's economy, the vitality of our communities, the education of our children, and the prosperity of Michigan's people. We advance this agenda together with you -- Michigan's Creative Many -- artists, arts and cultural groups, arts educators, designers and creative practitioners, entrepreneurs and businesses -- to ensure that Michigan's creative economy is strategically positioned for growth and prosperity into the future.
Executive Service Corp
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Based in New York, the ESC is an association of retired businesspeople who volunteer their time to help nonprofits with management and financial matters. The site also includes a directory of local affiliates.
Foundation Center
79 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10003
Telephone: (800) 424-9836
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Offers a variety of books, directories, CD-ROM's and guides for nonprofits. Topics include grants, fund raising, education, management, philanthropy and volunteerism. Call for a catalog. Or better yet check out their fantastic web page.
(Last checked 08/22/17)
We are the leading charity in the field of product philanthropy, helping companies donate product efficiently and effectively to charities and schools in your home town and around the world. Nearly 33% of the Global 500 choose Good360's free donation management services for help in managing their product giving programs. In the past decade, nearly $1 billion in newly- manufactured product has been contributed to more than 50,000 charities and schools worldwide.
Grand Valley State University
Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership
The Dorothy A. Johnson Center/Community Research Institute

(Last checked 08/22/17)
The Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership (JCP) began in 1992 as a multidisciplinary, university-wide center developed with the support of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and Grand Valley State University. Offers nonprofit leadership support programs and a Nonprofit Good Practice Guide, as well as a Nonprofit Directory for the Grand Rapids Area.
Grantsmanship Center
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Grantsmanship Center Consulting for grant proposal writers, grant managers, and administrators. If you've been wondering where to turn for help, Grantsmanship Center Consulting may be just what you're looking for. These tailored and user-friendly services can give you the precise tools you need to tackle day-to-day demands and unforeseen problems. Our consultants include our trainers and other top-level specialists who appreciate the work you do, understand the issues you face, and can help you...
  • find the grantmakers most likely to fund your work
  • plan programs that meet community needs
  • interpret application guidelines and develop compelling proposals
  • improve the draft proposals you've written
  • put the infrastructure in place to manage all sorts of grants
  • correct grants management problems you've run into
  • assess management systems and governance, then develop capacity-building proposals to strengthen your organization
  • establish a plan for increasing revenues beyond grant funding
Our consultants can answer questions, help you find professional development resources, provide staff trainings, design specialized webinars, and even meet with you weekly to provide professional supervision. Just let us know what you need. For more information, contact: Barbara Floersch, Director, The Grantsmanship Center; barbara@tgci.com ; 800-421-9512 Ext. 232
(Last checked 08/22/17)
An online service that offers access to various IRS Form 990s on various charitable organizations, including the 990-PFs for private foundations. Offers headline news related to the activities, finances and progress of the nonprofit sector. Provided by Philanthropic Research, a 501 (c)(3) organization based in Williamsburg, VA.
HandsNet: Linking the
Human Services Community Online

(Last checked 08/22/17)
A national, nonprofit organization that promotes information sharing, cross-sector collaboration and advocacy among individuals and organizations working on a broad range of public interest issues. Provide updates on legislative issues and advocacy efforts. By using this site, you can find information on topics such as community block grants, guidelines for child-abuse-prevention programs, and welfare reform issues. Also provides extensive links to other web sites of interest to charities. HandsNet requires registration for full access to information.
Independent Sector
1828 L St. N.W.
Suite 1200
Washington, DC 20036
Telephone: (202) 223-8100
(Last checked 08/22/17)
A national forum to encourage giving, volunteering and not-for-profit initiative.
Indiana University
Center on Philanthropy

550 W. North Street
Suite 301
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Telephone: (317) 274-4200
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Offers a variety of publications with topics that include: corporate philanthropy, diversity, fund raising, general philanthropy, giving and volunteering, governance, grant making and philanthropy-economic aspects. Also sponsors a Fund Raising School which provides training sessions around the country.
Innovation Network, Inc.:
Helping Nonprofits Succeed

1001 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite #900
Washington, D.C. 20036
Telephone: (202) 728-0727
E-mail: Info@Inetwork.org
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Innovation Network, Inc. (InnoNet) is a 501(c) 3 organization dedicated to helping small to medium-sized nonprofit organizations successfully meet their missions. Visitors to the site can now gauge their organizations' efforts in eight areas, such as planning, fund raising, evaluation, and governance. After receiving answers to a series of questions about an organization's practices, the site generates a report that scores the organization and offers possible next steps the charity can take in each area. In addition to the organizational-assessment tool, Innovation Network is introducing new versions of its Evaluation Plan Builder and Logic Model Builder, which Allison Fine, the group's executive director, says will help charities articulate what they are trying to accomplish and how they will go about doing it. Full access to their Internet Toolbox requires free registration.
Management Assistance Group
1555 Connecticut Ave., N.W.
Third Floor
Washington, DC 20036
Telephone: (202) 659-1963
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Offers consulting in strengthening internal structure, leadership, planning and management.
Michigan Association of United Ways
1627 Lake Lansing Road, Suite B
Lansing, MI 48912
Telephone: (517) 371-4360
Toll free: (517) 371-1801
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Human-service organization that offers help in proposal writing, volunteer recruitment, community and media relations, training, accounting, and community forums. Provides a directory of local united ways around Michigan.
Michigan Attorney General
Charitable Trust Section

P.O. Box 30214
Lansing, MI 48909
Telephone: (517) 373-1152
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Maintains tax records on all nonprofits in the state.
Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness
1210 West Saginaw
Lansing, MI 48915
Telephone: (517) 377-0509
(Last checked 08/22/17)
A nonprofit association of homeless assistance providers. Membership benefits include: annual conferences, newsletters, homeless awareness week, affordable housing advocacy, technical assistance, workshops, representation on state and national committees, and access to an information clearinghouse.
Michigan Council for
Arts and Cultural Affairs

Michigan Plaza Building
1200 Sixth St.
Detroit, MI 48226
Telephone: (313) 256-3731
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Administers state-run arts and cultural grant program.
Michigan Festivals and Events Association
144 S. Saginaw St.
Chesaning, MI 48616
Telephone: (517) 845-2080
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Promotes statewide festivals and special events. Publishes a quarterly report with updates and planning information.
Michigan Humanities Council
119 Pere Marquette Drive
Suite 3B
Lansing, MI 48912-1270
Telephone: (517) 845-2080
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Supports a variety of public humanities programs and offers grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to nonprofit organizations throughout Michigan.
Michigan League for Public Policy
1223 Turner St.
Suite G1
Lansing, MI 48906-4369
Telephone: (517) 487-5436
E-mail: michleague@gmail.com
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Devoted to human service issues. Offers lobbying support and member services, including insurance plans, low-interest loans, seminars on legal, human-resource, liability and financial management topics, and several publications.

A subsidiary, the Michigan League Insurance Project for Nonprofits Inc., helps agencies save insurance premium dollars.

Michigan Nonprofit Association
330 Marshall Street, Suite 200
Lansing, MI 48912
Telephone: (517) 492-2400
1-888-242-7075 (Michigan Only)
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Statewide membership organization devoted to promoting awareness and effectiveness of Michigan's nonprofit sector and to advance the cause of volunteerism and philanthropy. Offers members public policy updates, conferences, training and technical assistance. Cosponsors annual Grantmakers/Grant-seekers conference with the Council of Michigan Foundations. Affiliated with two volunteer-promotion groups---Michigan Campus Compact and Volunteer Centers of Michigan. Publications include the Michigan Association and Nonprofit Compensation and Benefit Survey and the Michigan Nonprofit Association Blog.

The Michigan Nonprofit Association just announced (March 30th) that it will be taking over many of the nonprofit services formerly offered by the Accounting Aid Society of Detroit. For instance, MNA plans to take over the management workshops, combining them with its own educational programming. It also will combine the one-on-one consulting services the society had offered with the consulting it currently offers and begin fielding calls on the hotline for nonprofit questions formerly operated by the Accounting Aid Society. Future plans include offering a new edition of the Michigan Nonprofit Management Manual in 2007 and opening a second office in Detroit this spring.

Michigan Society of Association Executives
1305 Abbott Road
E. Lansing, MI 48823
Telephone: (517) 336-4334
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Those who manage trade associations, individual membership societies, voluntary organizations, and other not-for-profit associations, as well as those who provide products and services to the association community, will find that MSAE membership gives them an invaluable professional edge. Note: Most of the association's web site is restricted to members.
Michigan State University
Institute for Public Policy & Social Research

College of Social Science
321 Berkey Hall
E. Lansing, MI 48824
Telephone: (517) 355-6672
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Policy development and survey research. The institute administers surveys, collects data and reports on public policy research.
National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy
2001 S St., NW, Suite 620
Washington, D.C. 20009
Telephone: (202) 387-9177
(Last checked 08/22/17)
The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy is committed to making philanthropy more responsive to socially, economically and politically disenfranchised people, and to the dynamic needs of increasingly diverse communities nationwide. The National Committee's programs aim to maximize the financial capacities of organizations which seek justice for low income people, racial and ethnic minorities, women and others who are targets of discrimination, and which seek environmental sanity. Contains selections from Responsive Philanthropy, the organization's newsletter, as well as other links of interest.
National Council of Nonprofit Associations (NCNA)
1900 L St. N.W., Suite 605
Washington, DC 20036-5024
Telephone: (202) 467-6262
(Last checked 08/22/17)
The largest state-by-state alliance of nonprofits in the United States, NCNA is a network of 40 state and regional associations with a collective membership of more than 20,000 community nonprofits. NCNA publishes State Tax Trends, a quarterly newsletter that reports on state and local tax issues, and Field Notes, a series of case studies on innovative program initiatives carried out by state and regional associations of nonprofit organizations.
NEW (Nonprofit Enterprise at Work)
1100 N. Main St., Suite 103
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Telephone: (734) 998-0160
Detroit Office:
Hannan House
4750 Woodward Ave., Suite 308
Detroit, MI 48201
Telephone: (313) 887-7788
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Offers help to nonprofits throughout the Southeast Michigan area in four major areas of service: ResourceConnect (resources, personal assistance on all aspects of nonprofit management, including access to the Foundation Directory Online); BoardConnect (training, matching, and consulting services to strengthen nonprofit boards); npServ (technology service to save time and money); NEW Center building (affordable office and meeting space for nonprofits).
Call to be put on mailing database.
Non-Profit PR Network
P.O. Box 310456
Detroit, MI 48231
Hot line: (248) 788-6119
Devoted to enhancing the profession of public relations and communications in nonprofits in Southeast Michigan.
Nonprofit Risk Management Center
1130 17th St., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
Telephone: (202) 785-3891
(Last checked 08/22/17)
We help nonprofit staff and volunteers control risks so they can focus on their missions. Offer training, consulting, and various publications, including a newsletter.
(Last checked 08/22/17)
The Kalamazoo Public Library provides free workshops, consulting, etc. on a wide variety of issues related to nonprofit management.
Public Relations Society
of America
Detroit Chapter

1824 Greig
Madison Heights, MI 48071
Telephone: (238) 545-6499
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Professional association that offers consultation, technical assistance, training, workshops, and seminars.
Raffa and Associates, P.C.
1899 L Street N.W. Suite 600
Washington, DC 20036
Telephone: 202-822-5000
Fax: 202-822-0669
E-mail: raffa@raffa.com
(Last checked 08/22/17)
This firm provides IKNOW, Interactive Knowledge for Nonprofits Worldwide, a free source of information on the web, expressly designed to give the nonprofit community information it can use. Unlike using a major search engine, the careful selection and organization of content on IKNOW is designed to save time usually spent weeding through tens and hundreds of pages that are not exactly what you were looking for. The editors of IKNOW seek out, identify, and organize only the best available information of concern to the nonprofit community into a dozen major categories: business services, education, fringe benefits, fundraising, governance, human resources, legal issues, legislation, marketing and media, strategic planning and volunteerism. The site has recently added a new category of information on state requirements for charitable solicitations. [Also listed under Nonprofit Library.]
Society for Nonprofit Organizations
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Our mission is to serve as a resource for Board members, paid staff, and volunteers who lead or help nonprofit organizations all around the world. We do so by publishing a bi-monthly magazine on relevant nonprofit issues (Nonprofit World) and a monthly report on funding opportunities for nonprofits (Nonprofit World Funding Alert). We offer substantial discounts on books, audiotapes, and videotapes geared specifically to nonprofits. Located in Canton, Michigan. Recently shared the National Directory of Service/Product Providers.
USA.gov for Nonprofits
(Last checked 08/22/17)

A central starting point to help nonprofit organizations access online Federal information and services. Linked to all Cabinet Departments and many agencies, it contains information about grants, regulations, taxes, and other services as well as information on a wide range of other topics and programs. Our potential users are any of the 1.2 million nonprofit organizations as defined by the IRS Tax Code, or any members or clients of these groups. Most Americans have been involved with nonprofits in many ways -- either as members, volunteers, contributors, or as recipients of their services.
Volunteer Centers of Michigan
1048 Pierpont, Suite 3
Lansing, MI 48911
Telephone: (517) 492-2430
(888) 242-7075 (MI Only)
(Last checked 08/22/17)
Statewide clearinghouse center for Michigan's volunteer centers.




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