home for the Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement.
published, you can still read The Internet Prospector. It was a newsletter
that mined the Internet for prospect research nuggets. The really wonderful
thing here is the index to Internet resources that have surfaced in
list of research links from the University of Southern California. Notable
for its section on international company sites.
RI Arlington is a systems
consulting firm that serves non-profit organizations and development
offices with a variety of services. Their home page is an encyclopedia
of advancement services. In addition to the research links, there's
an advancement services salary survey and a job board.
meta-index of useful sites for buisness research.
aimed at journalists, but with obvious applications for prospect researchers.
are not about prospect research per se, but they do give a good overview
of sites of interest to non-profit professionals.
A nice index
to sites of interest to non-profits.
This site, run my friend
and colleague, Gregg Meister, has a number of useful resources for
churches and religious organizations. His company, Interlink
Media, provides a full range of multi-media services geared especially
for non-profit organizations.
My sister, Libby Badget,
makes high-quality sheets for use on the nap time cots at day-care
centers. Check out her web page.
has been involved with several trips to the Dominican Republic sponsored
by the Foundation for Peace. These are not tourist trips, though I think
we saw the DR like no tourist ever does. The foundation works hand-in-hand
with people in need in developing countries to enable their emergence
(In no particular