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2004 Websites of the Week 

December 19, 2004 - January 1, 2005

OMB Watch Launches Nonprofit Issues Blog

OMB Watch's nonprofit advocacy project has announced the launch of its new "Nonprofit Issues Blog." "Weblog," and "blog," are popular terms to denote a website (or a portion of a website) that contains short, frequent posts and Web links. The entries are usually sorted in reverse chronological order and archived by category and date. OMB Watch's new blog will cover a wide range of nonprofit issues, and will be updated throughout the week by OMB Watch staff. Go to: www.ombwatch.org

December 12 - 18, 2004

Qm² -- Quality Management to a Higher Power

Qm² which stands for Quality Management to a Higher Power is a consulting firm that serves cultural organizations and the boards, business, and foundations which support them. The firm’s website contains a broad range of useful resources in the following categories: management, strategic planning, fund raising, learning organizations, meetings/teamwork, employees, finances/budgeting, marketing, and more. The site also includes well written reviews of books that will be of great use to nonprofit leaders. Go to: www.qm2.org

December 5 - 11, 2004

Outcome Measurement Resource Network

The United Way of America's Outcome Measurement Resource Network offers information, downloadable documents, and links to resources related to the identification and measurement of program- and community-level outcomes.  The Outcome Measurement Resource Network has 7 sections:

bullet Purpose and Frequently Asked Questions
bullet What's New: Listing of recent additions and sign up option to receive email notifications when the Outcome Measurement Resource Network is updated
bullet Outcome Measurement - What and Why: Introduction to what outcome measurement is and is not, key terms, and the rationale for and benefits of engaging in outcome measurement
bullet UWA Outcome Measurement Resources: Descriptions, excerpts or downloadable copies of United Way of America outcome measurement resources
bullet Who is Involved in Outcome Measurement: Selected outcome and performance measurement initiatives within the United Way system; national health, human service, and youth-serving organizations; public sector agencies; and other nonprofit organizations
bullet Resource Library: Full-text resources and links on program outcome measurement, community-level initiatives, and related topics

Go to: national.unitedway.org

November 21 - December 4, 2004

CompassPoint's Board Café™

Board Café is the electronic newsletter exclusively for members of nonprofit boards of directors. Board Café offers a menu of ideas, information, opinion, news, and resources to help board members give and get the most out of board service. Each issue will bring you a cornucopia of "Little Ideas," as well as one "Big Idea" you can use in your board work. There are over 60 issues in the archive with articles that cover topics like: How Much to Pay Your Executive Director 7/23/02; The Board Should Raise Money: True or False? 3/18/2002; What to Do When You Really, Really Disagree with a Board Decision 2/14/03; and much more.  Subscribe online and receive your copy each month via e-mail. Go to: www4.compasspoint.org

November 14 - 20, 2004

Nonprofit Sector Research Fund

Established at The Aspen Institute in 1991, the Nonprofit Sector Research Fund seeks to enhance both the quantity and quality of nonprofit research. The Fund is focusing its work in three areas:  1) Nonprofits and Public Policy, 2) Nonprofit Relations with Business and Government; and 3) Foundation Policy and Practice. Be sure to check out “Projects & Findings”. This section contains findings from research studies carried out by Nonprofit Sector Research Fund grantees. Also see the NSRF Publications Page. The Nonprofit Sector Research Fund produces a variety of publications, including annual reports; Snapshots, a newsletter which presents key findings from research activities supported by the Fund; Working Papers based on Fund-supported research; Nonprofit Research News, a newsletter reporting on the Fund's activities and research; pamphlets containing statements from convenings sponsored by the Nonprofit Sector and Philanthropy Program; and a variety of books that take an in-depth look at issues affecting the nonprofit sector. Go to: www.nonprofitresearch.org

November 7 - 13, 2004

Institute for Social Entrepreneurs

The Institute for Social Entrepreneurs provides education, training and consulting services for social entrepreneurs in the United States and abroad. The website includes introductory resources to social entrepreneurship, a glossary, bibliography, links to other useful websites and more. Go to: www.socialent.org

October 31 - November 6, 2004

Nonprofit Financial Center

The Nonprofit Financial Center (NFC) provides financial management support and resources to nonprofit organizations nationwide. This includes financial management consulting and training, accounting and advisory services, online resources, and educational publications. NFC is an accredited sponsor of CEU credits by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training, an accredited sponsor of CPE credits by the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation, and certified by the US Treasury as a Community Development Financial Institution and a Community Development Entity. Go to: www.NFConline.org

October 24 - 30, 2004

Center for Association Leadership

The Center for Association Leadership, founded by the Greater Washington Society of Association Executives (GWSAE), is an organization of people, resources and ideas focused on the future of associations. The site offers an extensive array of programs, knowledge resources and community networks including a Knowledge Resource section where you'll find association case studies, models and samples, articles and whitepapers, book reviews, the Ten Cool Ideas collection and expert recommendations covering all aspects of association management.

Go to: www.centeronline.org

October 17 - 23, 2004

Useful Links for Nonprofits -- IKNOW

This site provides a directory of useful links for nonprofits on issues ranging from education and fundraising to current legislation, strategic planning, and volunteerism.

Go to: www.iknow.org

October 10 - 16, 2004

The Working Manager

The Working Manager is guided learning, a body of knowledge, a reference tool, a research base and a monthly magazine all in one. Updated every month with new material, the comprehensive website aims to help everyone, particularly working managers, improve their management knowledge and skill. The Working Manager is built on the Theory of Learning Styles so that everyone can learn in their own particular way. The site includes a “Learning Advisor” that will help you assess your own learning style and give you advice on the best ways to use the site. The Working Manager will also be very helpful to people who are responsible for designing training for others. Go to: www.theworkingmanager.com

October 3 - 9, 2004

The Management Information Exchange

The Management Information Exchange (MiX) website offers community-based organizations (CBOs) a free, reliable and consistent source of management information and expertise. It addresses the nuts and bolts challenges of motivating people, managing change, communicating for results, working with boards of directors and developing high performance management systems. The MiX website collects useful articles, reports, sample documents, and research from nonprofits, government agencies, and corporate sources and makes them readily available at the click of a mouse. The information is drawn from the management practices of successful CBOs and from the private and nonprofit sectors. It is tailored to be directly relevant to the conditions under which community based organizations operate and provides a way to exchange first-hand experiences and expertise in an on-line peer network. Go to: www.lcmmix.org

September 26 - October 2, 2004

Program on Nonprofit Organizations

Since 1977, the Program on Nonprofit Organizations, which is based at the Institution for Social and Policy Studies at Yale University, has operated as an international center for multidisciplinary studies of philanthropy, voluntarism, and nonprofit organizations. The work of scholars affiliated with the Program has appeared in books and scholarly journals, as well as in its own working-paper series. Go to: http://ponpo.som.yale.edu/

September 19 - 25, 2004

Capacity Building for Nonprofit Organizations

ncreasingly, foundations are providing grants to help nonprofit organizations carry out their missions more effectively. A wealth of literature has emerged as experts examine the impact of capacity building programs. This resource list contains citations to selected works from the Foundation Center's bibliographic database, Literature of the Nonprofit Sector Online (LNPS), for grantmakers and nonprofits interested in learning more about capacity building. For complete bibliographies on related topics, search LNPS using "Technical assistance" in the subject heading or "capacity building" in the keyword field.

Information is grouped in the following categories: General Guidebooks, Surveys and Reports, Case Studies, Recent Articles, and Internet Links.

Go to: fdncenter.org 

September 12 - 18, 2004

Social Enterprise Alliance

The Social Enterprise Alliance is a membership organization devoted exclusively to building sustainable nonprofits through earned income strategies. The Alliance accomplishes this through a network connecting entrepreneurial nonprofits with learning opportunities, technical assistance and resources to further their efforts.

Alliance members are predominantly nonprofit practitioners and grantmakers, but include technical consultants, for-profit businesses and academics as well. Practitioner members range from early stage entrepreneurs seeking the nuts and bolts knowledge to start and run an earned income activity to well-established practitioners seeking an opportunity to exchange ideas with other leaders of the field.  The Social Enterprise Alliance links nonprofit executives who have operated in isolation with an ongoing forum for addressing the needs and concerns of the enterprising nonprofit. Go to: www.se-alliance.org

September 5 - 11, 2004

National Civic League

The National Civic League (NCL) is an advocate for community democracy. It is a non-profit, non-partisan, membership organization dedicated to strengthening citizen democracy by transforming democratic institutions. NCL fosters innovative community building and political reform, assists local governments, and recognizes collaborative community achievement. NCL accomplishes its mission through technical assistance, training, publishing, research, and the All-America City Awards, America's original and most prestigious community recognition program.

The National Civic League's web site contains information on a broad variety of topics related to its mission. The website includes an assortment of online community building resources, articles, and speeches from experienced facilitators, researchers, and leaders. Go to: nclweb.org

August 29 - September 4, 2004

Nonprofit Technology Enterprise Network

The Nonprofit Technology Enterprise Network (N-TEN) works to support the diverse people and organizations who help nonprofits understand and employ technology effectively. We create opportunities for nonprofit staff and technology support providers to identify peers and develop professional support networks, share information and resources, and work collaboratively on a range of projects. We operate as a membership association of nonprofits and their staff, technology support organizations, Circuit Riders and independent consultants, for-profit technology companies and funders. Go to: www.nten.org

August 22 - 28, 2004

Standards for Excellence Institute

The first program of its kind in the United States, the Standards for Excellence Institute is a national initiative that promotes the highest standards of ethics and accountability in nonprofit governance, management, and operations, and facilitates adherence to those standards by all nonprofits.  The Institute, an operating division of Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organizations (Maryland Nonprofits), uses the Standards for Excellence program, a comprehensive system of nonprofit sector self-regulation as its vehicle for effective change.   The Standards for Excellence program works to strengthen the ability of nonprofit organizations to act ethically and accountably in their management and governance, while enhancing the public's trust in the nonprofit sector.  For more information, go to: www.standardsforexcellenceinstitute.org 

August 15 - 21, 2004

The Urban Institute

he Urban Institute is a nonprofit nonpartisan policy research and educational organization established to examine the social, economic, and governance problems facing the nation. It provides information and analysis to public and private decision makers to help them address these challenges and strives to raise citizen understanding of the issues and tradeoffs in policy making. Go to: www.urban.org

August 8 - 14, 2004

Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy

The Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy (CNP) conducts and disseminates research on the role and impact of nonprofit organizations and philanthropy. In addition, CNP conducts research on and analyzes trends in the operations and finances of U.S. charitable organizations through data developed and maintained by its National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS) and other sources. 

NCCS serves as a comprehensive source for information regarding U.S. nonprofits through its extensive databases of information collected by the Internal Revenue Service and others. The data provided by NCCS provides the foundation for the many research projects at CNP. NCCS is also actively involved in improving the quality of nonprofit sector data by, among other initiatives, encouraging and supporting the use of electronic filing of required IRS forms for nonprofits. Go to: www.urban.org

August 1 - 7, 2004

Human Interaction Research Institute

For more than 40 years, the nonprofit Human Interaction Research Institute (HIRI) has helped nonprofits, communities and funders meet the challenges of innovation and change. HIRI’s research and interventions use behavioral science approaches that cover the spectrum of systems change–finding what works, getting it used, and determining whether it works in a new setting. HIRI has done pioneering work about the dissemination of innovations and the evaluation of human service programs. Projects span a wide range of nonprofits in health, human services, and the arts. A main purpose of this website is to share some of these publications, along with basic information about our key areas of work. All of HIRI’s work is publicly funded, and thus its results are available free of charge or at cost of reproduction and handling to interested parties. Current priority areas are: (1) nonprofit capacity building, (2) community collaborations and (3) philanthropy. Go to: www.humaninteract.org

July 25 - 31, 2004

Nonprofit Ventures

The Yale School of Management - The Goldman Sachs Foundation Partnership on Nonprofit Ventures held its Second Annual Conference and Awards Ceremony in May 2004. The Conference gathered nonprofit organizations, nonprofit board members, academics and students, and foundation officers to network with one another, celebrate award recipients of the National Business Plan Competition, and participate in a host of activities that inform business venturing among nonprofit organizations.

Master classes and workshop sessions were held throughout the Conference to help advance participants' understanding of business enterprise, led by experts in the field of nonprofit entrepreneurship and business management. We invite you to visit our website to view a selection of presentations, handouts, and business plans disseminated at the Conference. To view speeches, presentations and handouts, go to: www.ventures.yale.edu.

July 18 - 24, 2004

FirstGov for Nonprofits

FirstGov is the US government’s official web portal. FirstGov for Nonprofits includes links to a broad range of resources for nonprofits available through agencies of the federal government. Inks include: agency-specific nonprofit resources; fundraising and outreach; grants, loans and other assistance; laws & regulations; management and operations; online services; registration and licensing; and tax information. Go to: www.firstgov.gov

July 11 - 17, 2004

Fast Company Magazine Resource Centers of Excellence

Fast Company Magazine has launched two new online resource centers focusing on leadership and innovation. The Resource Centers of Excellence blend new Web-only content, material from the magazine’s archives, and additional tools and services -- including online discussions and polls.. In the future, the magazine plans to roll out additional resource centers.

For innovation resources, go to: www.fastcompany.com/resources/innovation/

For leadership resources, go to:  www.fastcompany.com/resources/leadership/

July 4 - 10, 2004

APQC’s Benchmarking and Best Practices

This site summarizes the benefits of benchmarking, outlines a methodology, and lists the keys to success in the area. The “free resources” section includes articles, case studies, and white papers to guide you through the process. Go to www.apqc.org/best

June 27 - July 3, 2004

Jim Collins, Management Guru

This website offers resources by management guru and author of "Good to Great", Jim Collins. It provides access to the teaching, writing and ideas of Jim Collins including insights, articles, audio files, answers to the latest questions and more. Go to: www.jimcollins.com

June 20 - 26, 2004

Nonprofit Advocacy Project

The Nonprofit Advocacy Project works to strengthen the voice of the nonprofit sector in important public policy debates by giving tax-exempt organizations a better understanding of the laws that govern their participation in the policy process. Utilizing the resources of four attorney-trainers the Nonprofit Advocacy Project serves this need through workshops, research & publications, public policy, lawyers & accountants, technical assistance & resources.

Go to: www.allianceforjustice.org

June 13 - 19, 2004

HR Resources

Here are two websites that offer access to a range of free resources: The first, the HR Powerhouse is described as your guide to HR tools, news and FAQs. Register for a free HR newsletter and access to a number of online management tools. Go to: www.hrpowerhouse.com. The second site, HRTools.com, is a resource for building your HR toolkit with resources on staffing, legal compliance, training & performance, compensation & benefits, safety, and much more. Go to: www.hrtools.com.

June 6 - 12, 2004

MIT's OpenCourseWare

MIT (OpenCourseWare) OCW is a large-scale, Web-based electronic publishing initiative funded jointly by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. MIT OCW's goals are to provide free, searchable, access to MIT's course materials for educators, students, and self-learners around the world. With the publication of 700 courses, MIT OCW offers free access to educational materials from 33 academic disciplines and all five of MIT's schools. The site does not require any registration. Go to: ocw.mit.edu.  For a link to courses offered through the Sloan School of Management on topics of interest to nonprofits, go to: ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Sloan-School-of-Management.

May 30 - June 5, 2004

Foundation Center Online Learning Lab

The Foundation Center offers an array of online training courses to help you succeed in your fundraising efforts. You can find these online courses listed in the Center's "Virtual Classroom". Go to: fdncenter.org/learn/classroom/

May 23 - 29, 2004

Conflict Resolution Network

The Conflict Resolution Network was founded in 1986 (then under the auspices of the United Nations Association of Australia). Its purpose is to research, develop, teach and implement the theory and practice of Conflict Resolution throughout a national and international network. The website contains an extensive array of resources most of which are free. Go to: www.crnhq.org

May 16 - 22, 2004

Harvard Business School’s Initiative on Social Enterprise

Since 1993, Harvard Business School’s Initiative on Social Enterprise has focused on building ties between business and the social sector. The Initiative’s goals are to develop leadership and management skills among social enterprises, enable business leaders to contribute to society via social enterprise, and to do research on social enterprise. Although the Initiative is part of Harvard Business School, with a strong focus on research, it reaches out to the public through a series of Executive Education programs (“Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management,” “Governing for Nonprofit Excellence,” and “Performance Measurement for Effective Management of Nonprofit Organizations,” for example). This is a useful site for nonprofit and social enterprise professionals who want to stay abreast of leading-edge research and practice in the field.  Go to: www.hbs.edu/socialenterprise.

May 9 - 15, 2004

3M Meeting Network

The 3M Meeting Network contains useful information designed to make you more effective and successful with meetings. Resources include dozens of articles & tips on how to run effective meetings - from the basics to advanced facilitation skills; Articles on creating & delivering presentations, and creative downloadable presentation templates & art; Databases of meeting facilitators, planners & trainers; Presentation product information and more. You can also sign up for an e-mail newsletter. Go to: www.3m.com/meetingnetwork

May 2 - 8, 2004

Frequently Asked Questions about Fundraising

The website of the Association of Fundraising Professionals offers a comprehensive list of FAQ’s sorted by major topics including: grants and grant proposal writing, internet fundraising, support and case statements, deductibility of membership dues, evaluating fundraising costs, cause-related marketing, planned giving terminology, form 990 rules, and much more. Many of the FAQ responses lead to more excellent resource links. Go to: www.afpnet.org

April 25 - May 1, 2004

Online Compendium of Federal and State Regulations for U.S. Nonprofit Organizations

This site provides information about the laws and regulations conrolling nonprofit organizations in the U.S.  Examples:  Lobbying and political activity, financial accounting, planned giving, postal discounts and much more.  Go to: www.muridae.com/nporegulation

April 18 - 24, 2004

The Innovation Network

The Innovation Network is a nonprofit evaluation organization offering online resources to share knowledge and build evaluation skills for other nonprofits and funders. Designed to help organizations incorporate ongoing learning into their operations, these resources include tools for effective program planning, including evaluation and budgeting tools. For detailed program and evaluation planning, the Innovation Network has developed the Logic Model Builder™ and the Evaluation Plan Builder™. Both are designed to walk you through the processes of crafting a particular kind of planning framework (either a Logic Model or an Evaluation Plan), and to provide helpful information, examples, and resources.  Go to: www.innonet.org

April 11 - 17, 2004


A change in executive leadership is one of the most important, challenging and powerful opportunities a nonprofit organization will face. On average, more than one in ten executive director jobs turns over each year.  That number is projected to climb by 15 percent or more as the baby-boomer generation--many of whom founded core organizations in their communities 20 to 30 years ago--begins to reach retirement age. A 2002 article in the Washington Post put the estimate even higher: 40-70 percent of executive directors retiring over the next five years. You will find excellent resources on executive transition in the nonprofit sector at the website of TransitionGuides, a firm dedicated to sustaining and strengthening nonprofits through better managed leadership transitions and related organizational development.  Go to: http://www.transitionguides.com/index.htm

April 4 - 10, 2004

Nonprofit Law Resource Library  

If you are thinking of starting a nonprofit organization or family foundation, this site can help you with basic information on most legal matters you’ll need to consider. The site is offered by Hurwit & Associates, a provider of legal services to nonprofits, and the information is first rate. You’ll learn the basics of how to start a nonprofit including state-by-state incorporation and compliance requirements, alternatives for organizational and governance structures, tax implications, legal perspectives for nonprofit managers, liability and risk scenarios, and an interesting look at trends for the 21st century nonprofit. This site is well organized, easy to navigate, and appears to be kept up to date.  Go to: www.hurwitassociates.com

March 28 - April 3, 2004

Community Tool Box

The Community Tool Box is created and maintained by the Work Group on Health Promotion and Community Development at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas (U.S.A). The core of the Tool Box is the "topic sections" that include practical guidance for the different tasks necessary to promote community health and development. For instance, there are sections on leadership, strategic planning, community assessment, grant writing, and evaluation to give just a few examples. Each section includes a description of the task, advantages of doing it, step-by-step guidelines, examples, checklists of points to review, and training materials. Go to: ctb.ku.edu/about

March 21 - 27, 2004

Drucker Nonprofit Innovation Discovery Site

The Drucker Nonprofit Innovation Discovery Site shares lessons and discoveries contained within the hundreds of annual nominations for the Peter F. Drucker Award for Nonprofit Innovation. The Discovery Site is revised each year to include new discoveries of innovation in fund development, management, decision-making, alliances and partnerships, and more. Go to: pfdf.org/innovation

Each of the programs in the Discovery Site is recognized as the Nonprofit Innovation of the Week. The Nonprofit Innovation of the Week email notice shares a short description of the program and invites subscribers to visit the site for the complete summary and contact information. To receive the Nonprofit Innovation of the Week email notice.  Go to: pfdf.org/subscribe

March 14 - 20, 2004

Financial Management Training Center

The Financial Management Training Center offers free web based courses on a broad range of financial management topics. Courses are downloaded to your computer by clicking on the hyperlinks on the opening webpage. Short Courses come in three formats: Microsoft Word documents, pdf files (requires Acrobat Reader) and exe files (self-extracting file). Finally, you can find Lecture Notes from other financial management courses. Go to www.exinfm.com/training

March 7 - 13, 2004

BoardSource Questions and Answer Archive

BoardSource Questions and Answer Archive contains FAQ’s organized into 20 categories including: Assessment, Board Development, Board Meetings, Board/Staff Relations, Chair/CEO Partnership, Committees, Compensation, Financial Issues, Fundraising, Legal Issues, Organizational Issues, Recruitment & Orientation, Roles and Responsibilities, Strategic Planning, and more BoardSource has compiled the most interesting and relevant inquiries from the 6,000 calls its staff receives every year. Go to: www.boardsource.org.

February 29 - March 6, 2004

GrantThornton.com -- Accounting, Tax and Business Advisory

Grant Thornton International is a major accounting, tax and business advisory organization dedicated to mid-size organizations. The firm’s not-for-profit industry practice regularly develops articles, newsletters, surveys and helpful tips that may be of interest to you. Go to: www.grantthornton.com

Publications include a series of booklets that provide advice and information for newly elected board members and trustees of not-for-profit organizations. They are tailored to specific sectors within the not-for-profit industry: general, higher education, membership organizations, and social service organizations. Each covers such topics as the board's role, board member liability, budgeting, fund raising, internal controls, and board criteria and selection.

For a free printed copy of any of these booklets, contact Nancy Wine, national director of marketing for not-for-profit organizations, at 617.848.4915.

To download any of the publications in PDF format, go to www.grantthornton.com

The series includes:


Planned Giving: A Board Member's Perspective

bullet Not-for-Profit Investment Policy Guide 
bullet Serving on the Audit Committee of a Not-for-Profit Organization
bullet Serving on the Audit Committee of a College or University
bullet Serving on the Audit Committee of a Membership Organization
bullet Serving on the Audit Committee of a Social Service Organization
bullet Serving on the Board of a Not-for-Profit Organization
bullet Serving on the Board of a College or University
bullet Serving on the Board of a Membership Organization
bullet Serving on the Board of a Social Service Organization

February 22 - 28, 2004

FindTutorials.com - The Learning Website

FindTutorials.com offers hundreds of tutorials and online training courses ranging from to Many of these tutorials are free.  FindTutorials.com offers the option of signing up for 12 months of access to more than 400 tutorials for only $149.  This website can help you learn new IT skills to help in your current job or  increase your chances of finding another job.  The more than 450 online training courses range from highly technical, such as those leading to a MCSE certificate, to very basic, such as an Introduction to Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.  Go to www.findtutorials.com

February 15 - 21, 2004

Compumentor.org - Technology Assistance

Compumentor is a nonprofit organization specializing in technology assistance for community-based organizations and schools. Compumentor provides technology planning, implementation, and support services, and is the home of DiscounTech, a discount technology store just for nonprofits.  Through DiscounTech nonprofits can purchase software from participating partners such as Microsoft, Lotus, Intuit and others, at a substantial discount.  For example, Office Professional 2003 which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher, and Access, can be purchased for a $20 administration fee. Go to www.compumentor.org

February 8 - 14, 2004

Zoomerang.com - Create Custom Surveys Online for Free!

Wouldn't it be great to conduct a regular survey among customers, members, community stakeholders, and other key constituencies? Ask them to rate your programs, services, products, make suggestions for improvement, assessment your community image, or answer questions to create a community-wide opinion poll?

Well, now www.zoomerang.com allows you to do absolutely free, custom-designed, online surveys, and send them by e-mail or by building links into your Web sites. It looks great, works great, and can be a fantastic tool for your organization.  Go to www.zoomerang.com.

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