Single Web Portal for Nonprofits Created by NJ State Department

by Alice Magdziak • January 2, 2012 • Newsy JerseyComments (0)1008

 Governor Christie and the New Jersey State Department have created a website for nonprofits in the state to access all the state’s resources for them. Previously, this information was found all over different websites and was very confusing for small organizations to keep track of.

The Nonprofit Information Center portal (nonprofit.nj.gov) will be the one bookmark that officials need to remember for things like state funding, pay-to-play ordinances, legalized gambling and how to start your own nonprofit in New Jersey.

Here’s one time the state really cut through the red tape and made a lot of people’s lives easier with a little investment.

Read more here:  NJ establishes single web portal to aid nonprofits | nj.com.

 

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