Small community and nonprofit organizations are typically under-resourced and struggle to create or maintain supportive data capture and management systems. We are researching how to better address these data management needs and possibilities for cooperative data management. Your response to the following 10-minute survey would be very helpful. Please submit by Tuesday, November 27. Take the survey here .

Highland Street Foundation (HSF)'s Community Impact Consulting program is designed to help position nonprofits for future growth and sustainability by addressing a specific need within an organization. HSF partners with experienced, passionate, results-oriented consultants and pairs them with selected nonprofit organizations for a six-month engagement. Organizations interested must submit a proposal by the deadline. Please be as specific as possible when outlining the organization's need for consulting services. The deadline to apply is 5:00 pm on Monday, December 3, 2018. Apply here .

AAFCPAs would like to make nonprofit organizations aware of state by state applicability and recent IRS guidance on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the "TCJA") and how it pertains to charitable nonprofits. AAFCPAs has outlined the following changes that are especially noteworthy: state by state applicability of TCJA changes to nonprofits; IRS Notice 2018-67 provides updates on Section 512(a)(6) for how to separate unrelated lines of businesses and how to treat pre- and post-2018 losses; disallowed fringe benefits now treated as Unrelated Business Taxable Income are not subject to the Siloing rules of Section 512(a)(6). Read more.

The OrganizeTogether Fellowship provides recipients with a three month period of free consulting on community organizing, event planning, and database management best practices. Recipients also receive $500 worth of subscription access to community organizing software. Click here for full details.

Princeton AlumniCorps ’ Project 55 Fellows work at a diverse range of nonprofits of all types to build capacity, manage programs, and more. Founded in 1969, the Project 55 Fellowship Program connects civically-minded young professionals with dynamic nonprofit organizations doing meaningful public interest work. Visit  for more and to apply to host a Project 55 Fellow.