The Journal for Nonprofit Innovation is proudly produced and published by WikiCharities and Brigham Young University. This journal is dedicated to academic research and thought papers on community and global issues.
JoNI is published every quarter.
FOCUS - Human Trafficking
FOCUS - Leadership
FOCUS - Africa
FOCUS - Nonprofit Resources
FOCUS - Trauma-Informed Approaches
FOCUS - Climate Change
We are currently accepting articles, thought papers, and potential nonprofit spotlights for The Journal for Nonprofit Innovation. All submissions should be sent through our official submission site.
Open entries for submission are as follows:
We are looking for articles that use innovative thinking and approaches to community and global issues. Have you done research in a specific area? Are you an expert in a certain field? We want to hear from you!Submit Article
We are looking for thought pieces from nonprofit leaders that have first-hand experience with community and global issues. Share your experiences and give us your thoughts on a specific topic!Submit Thought Paper
Is your nonprofit doing noteworthy things that you want others to know about? Spotlight your nonprofit in our journal!
NOTE: To spotlight your nonprofit, you must be WikiCharities validated.Submit Spotlight
WikiCharities is partnership with Brigham Young University in bringing JoNI to the online, open-access, peer-reviewed space. Visit our official JoNI website for information about the latest publications, call-for-papers, editorial board members, and more.