Nonprofit Resources

America's Charities – A workplace fundraising service for national charitable organizations

Council on Foundations – A nonprofit membership association of grantmaking foundations and corporations

Environmental Organizations On-Line – On-line international community of environmental organizations

Foundation Center – Serves the information needs of grant seekers and grant makers. Includes on-line library with links to nonprofit resources

Guidestar – Information (sometimes outdated) on the programs and finances of over 600,000 nonprofits and charities

HandsNet – Online community of human services organizations

Impact Online – Offers matching service for volunteers and nonprofits

InterAction – Coalition of over 150 humanitarian organizations working worldwide

International Service Agencies – Represents over 50 humanitarian relief and development charities in workplace giving campaigns

Internet Nonprofit Center – Information for donors and volunteers including publications and data about organizations and the nonprofit sector

National Charities Information Bureau Standards– Rates charitable organizations using its Standards in Philanthropy guidelines

Pro Bono Consulting Opportunities in Other Cities

CAP of HBSAB only serves nonprofits in the Boston area. However, there are pro-bono consulting organizations, also staffed with HBS alumni, in other locations.

Harvard Business School Association of Northern California

Harvard Business School Club of NY

Harvard Business School Club of Connecticut

Harvard Business School Association of Southern California

The Social Enterprise Initiative at HBS applies innovative business practices and managerial disciplines to drive sustained, high-impact social change. It's grounded in the mission of Harvard Business School and aims to inspire, educate, and support leaders who make a difference in the world:

  • The Social Enterprise Initiative engages with the nonprofit, for-profit, and public sectors to generate and share resources, tools, and knowledge.
  • Courses that focus on social enterprise are embedded into the MBA curriculum and Executive Education program offerings.
  • Beyond the classroom, HBS offers career development programs designed to support students and alumni who are engaged professionally in the social sector.