And one reason I founded the Nonprofit Organizations Law Section as a professional practice section in the Oregon State Bar was that I saw that there wasn't enough sharing of resources among people who support the sector. Sometimes it seems like competitors in the for-profit sector were doing more sharing than nonprofits who don't even compete with each other.
Then, today, it occurred to me that I could do more, because I have a lot of great resources on my shelf that could benefit more groups than just my clients. So, to continue with the sharing theme, I would like to offer to make my bookshelf available to nonprofits here in Salem (or with board members willing to come to Salem). Just call or send me an email to make an appointment to have your executive director or a couple board members come by to check out what's available -- when I got to looking at it today, I realized it's quite a decent collection of current materials.
I hope I can share some with you soon.