Cooperating Associations Program - Related Sites
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- BLM Partnerships
This web site is a place where BLM, its partners, and the public can find information and tools to help foster the understanding and skills necessary for successful, collaborative partnerships with communities of place and interest.
- Create Space
Online book publishing program, useful for cooperating associations
interested in creating books to sell in their bookstores
Large source of information for nonprofit organizations to make smart
decisions, build connections, and learn from each other to achieve
Overview of key topics for consideration by people who work for, lead, or support nonprofit organizations in the United States.
- Internal Revenue Service
Tax information on charitable organizations
- National Center for Charitable Statistics
Source for answers to non-profit FAQs
- National Council of Non-Profit Associations
This is an excellent resource for your Cooperating Association. Many states are represented and their State-level organization can assist the Association with guidance in business functions, fundraising, insurance and many other issues facing a non-profit.
- National Forest Foundation Grants
Provides start-up funds of $5,000-15,000 to newly-forming community groups nationwide.
This is a great way for your new cooperating association to obtain much needed funds to
begin their program.
- National Park Service Cooperating Association
- NOLO Guides
Legal forms and books designed to help form a nonprofit, get tax-
exempt 501(c)3 status, solicit tax-deductible donations, and more.
- Public Lands Alliance (formally known as APPL)
The Public Lands Alliance, formerly known as the Association of Partners for Public Lands
(APPL) is a unified community dedicated to the preservation, enrichment and enjoyment of
America's most treasured places. PLA connects public lands partners to agency leaders,
corporations, and to one another in a peer network. Their goal is to strengthen their community
through targeted education, training and our other capacity building programs, as well as
represent their members' interests with elected officials and policy makers.
- The Board Source
Formerly the National Center for Nonprofit Boards. It is the premier resource for practical information, tools and best practices, training, and leadership development for board members of non-profit organizations worldwide. Through our highly acclaimed programs and services, BoardSource enables organizations to fulfill their missions by helping build strong and effective non-profit boards.
Policy & Procedures
News / Current Issues
Toolkit for Developing a Cooperating Association
Existing Corps Cooperating Associations
Division & District POCs