*Many of these have not been collected in print format for recent years. Instead, online availability provides access in most instances. If interested in library back-issue holdings of print specifically, for any titles in that category, search that title(s) of interest using a "journal title" search in the library's "classic catalog." Otherwise, use links below to access current and back issues of these periodicals:
Board Leadership - available online
Bruce R Hopkins' Nonprofit Counsel - available online
Chronicle of Philanthropy - available online
Journal of Collective Negotiations - available online *formerly entitled, Journal of Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector
Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing - available online
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly - available online
Nonprofit Management & Leadership - available online
Nonprofit Quarterly - print issues only, with current editions shelved at 2nd floor periodicals area, Bird Library
Nonprofit Review - available online
Nonprofit Times - available online. Current print editions also shelved at 2nd floor periodicals area, Bird Library
Voluntas - available online
Some databases as well as free sites to consider if researching grant opportunities:
Grants.gov [U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services] A centralized, online destination for finding and applying for over 900 grant programs from 26 U.S. federal grant-making agencies, including a link to new grant 'opportunities this week.'
Grantsmanship Center [Grantsmanship Center] A membership organization that offers workshops and a grantsmanship training program, as well as many resources available to grantseekers at no cost, including an index of funding sources (private foundations, community foundations, corporate giving, etc.) at local, federal and international levels.
In addition to access to recent and more deeply historical Form 990 financial statements for U.S. non-profit organizations via the Library's licensed access to Guidestar Pro and for Foundations via Foundation Directory Online (SU Libraries supports the "professional" version of FD Online), these organizations below are yet further examples of portals for obtaining financial and executive backgound information about nonprofits. Guidestar Pro and Foundation Directory Online - Professional should meet needs of most researchers. Access to detailed data and search features from these similar competitor services generally requires a paid fee: