Reading a comment on Steve Rubel’s Micro Persuasion, I came across Studio 501c, a blog "created especially for nontechies in the nonprofits." Now that’s my kind of blog! Celeste W, the author, says on her "About" page:
This is a resource for ordinary people doing extraordinary things — social entrepreneurs and nonprofit staff and volunteers, i.e., those who work hard every day to make positive change. I’m a nonprofit professional, too, and I’m interested in the ways that the Internet, personal technology, and other tools can help advance the goals of those in the social sector (which, by my definition, encompasses the nonprofit sector, but also goes beyond it to include those in the private and public sectors who are pursuing social innovation).
Sounds like we need to add her to our blogroll.