Organizational Support for Nonprofit Choirs

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Get Professional Support for your Nonprofit Choir

Find organizations that can help you start, build, and manage your nonprofit choir.

Houston and Texas

  • Artshound.com. Artshound.com is the leading online resource for Arts and Cultural information for the Houston region. It offers the largest database of Houston Arts and Cultural events, as well as additional listings of classes and workshops, jobs, auditions, organizations, venues, public art, and individual artists.
  • Community Indicators | Center for Houston's Future. This resource strives to capture longitudinal trends and challenges with comparisons to competitor regions within Texas and around the nation.
  • Executive Services Corps of Houston. Counselors and coaches helping you become all your mission calls you to be - and more.
  • Houston area Chambers of Commerce | Houston Texas Online.
  • Houston Arts Alliance. Houston Arts Alliance (HAA) is a public-private initiative that invests in Houston’s arts and cultural sector, advances Houston’s reputation as an arts and culture destination, and works to elevate the quality of life for all Houstonians through arts and culture.
  • Houston Cultural and Community Resource Directory | houstonculture.org.
  • Houston Endowment | Houston Endowment is a private philanthropic institution that enhances the vibrancy of greater Houston and advances equity of opportunity for the people who live here.
  • Nonprofit Management Alliance of Texas | onestar foundation. NMAT was formed in response to a multi-year study by the George Bush School at Texas A&M University which revealed the need for more formal networks and alliances to increase coordination and communication across the nonprofit sector.
  • Texas Association of Nonprofit Organizations. The Texas Association of Nonprofit Organizations (TANO) is the statewide membership association reflecting and promoting Texas’ growing nonprofit community in all its diversity.
  • Texas Commission on the Arts | The mission of the Texas Commission on the Arts (TCA) is to advance our state economically and culturally by investing in a creative Texas. TCA supports a diverse and innovative arts community in Texas, throughout the nation and internationally by providing resources to enhance economic development, arts education, cultural tourism and artist sustainability initiatives.

National and International

  • BoardSource. BoardSource is a national organization working to strengthen nonprofit board leadership. We engage with and support a community of more than 115,000 individuals committed to creating positive change in their communities through effective board service.
  • Chorus America. Chorus America is the advocacy, research, and leadership development organization that advances the choral field.
  • Free Management Library | Managementhelp.org. This is an online integrated library for personal, professional, and organizational development.
  • GALA Choruses. GALA Choruses offers a variety of vital resources. Take advantage of their job bank, discussion groups, vast library of documents and templates to help with starting, running, and promoting your chorus. From artistic directors to chorus managers to board members, get the support you need right here.
  • Market Data | US Department of Commerce. This resource includes many topics related to nonprofit organizations
  • National Council of Nonprofits. The National Council of Nonprofits (Council of Nonprofits) is a trusted resource and advocate for America’s charitable nonprofits.
  • National Endowment for the Arts. The National Endowment for the Arts is an independent federal agency that funds, promotes, and strengthens the creative capacity of our communities by providing all Americans with diverse opportunities for arts participation.
  • Nonprofit Quarterly. The Nonprofit Quarterly (NPQ) is an independent nonprofit news organization that has been serving nonprofit leaders, charitable foundations, educators, independent activists, and others involved in the civil sector for more than fifteen years.
  • Nonprofit Resources | Foundation Center. Fundraising, charity-monitoring organizations, and philanthropic associations.
  • The PEW Charitable Trusts. Pew's work lays the foundation for effective policies and practices by invigorating civic life, conducting research, informing and engaging citizens, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause, and insisting on tangible results.
  • Pro bono support | National Council of Nonprofits.
  • US Census Bureau.

Publications for Nonprofits

  • Advancing Philanthropy. Advancing Philanthropy, the bi-monthly magazine published by AFP, provides practical information, useful tools and other resources to help members succeed and advance.
  • Alliance Magazine. Since 1998 Alliance magazine has been the leading magazine for philanthropy and social investment worldwide providing news and analysis of what’s happening in the sector right across the world.
  • Contributions Magazine. The ‘How-to’ source for those working or volunteering at America’s charitable organizations, Contributions focuses on all facets of fundraising and organizational management. Each issue offers executive directors and development officers a wealth of articles, information, and tips on subjects such as: board development, major gifts fundraising, prospect and donor research, direct mail fundraising, volunteer management, nonprofit marketing, Internet and email fundraising, proposal writing, planned giving, and corporate and foundation fundraising.
  • Grassroots Fundraising Journal. The Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training (GIFT) is a multiracial organization that promotes the connection between fundraising, social justice and movement-building.
  • Must-read Publications for Nonprofit Professionals | thebalance.com.
  • The Chronicle of Philanthropy. The Chronicle of Philanthropy is an independent news organization that has been serving leaders, fundraisers, grant makers, and others involved in the philanthropic enterprise for more than 25 years. It offers a robust advice section to help nonprofit workers do their jobs as well as one of the biggest listings of career opportunities.
  • The Nonprofit Quarterly. The Nonprofit Quarterly (NPQ) is an independent nonprofit news organization that has been serving nonprofit leaders, charitable foundations, educators, independent activists, and others involved in the civil sector for more than fifteen years.
  • The NonProfit Times. The leading business publication for nonprofit management.
  • Nonprofit World Magazine. Nonprofit World Magazine is a “must read” and should be on every nonprofit executive and professional’s desk. The magazine, published quarterly, provides informative and educational articles on the most pressing, challenging topics in nonprofit leadership and management from leading nonprofit experts.
  • Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR). The Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) informs and inspires millions of social change leaders from around the world and from all sectors of society—nonprofits, business, and government.