Research nonprofit 80,000 Hours has a wonderful podcast series, featuring conversations with “guests pursuing a wide range of career paths… to analyse the case for working on different issues, and provide concrete ways to help.”
The Effective Altruism Forum works to be “the central place for collaborative discussion about how to do the most good we can.”
The Effective Altruism Resource Hub provides a collection of guides, tips, events and downloads about EA.
The Centre for Effective Altruism runs a newsletter, offering updates about the latest developments in the effective altruism community.
The websites of OpenPhilanthropy and GiveWell describe these organizations’ approaches to impact-oriented grant-making, with significant detail.
Giving What We Can is an international movement committed to giving more, and giving more effectively, with more than 6000 members who have pledged to donate at least 10% of their income over the course of their careers.
The LessWrong sequences, at their best, offer clear, concise, and engaging insights on cognitive biases, truth-seeking, and philosophy.
Brian Tomasik’s Essays on Reducing Suffering defend and apply the ethical view of negative utilitarianism. Many effective altruists do not agree with negative utilitarianism but value Tomasik’s thoughtful essays.
In her website Giving Gladly, Julia Wise shares insights from her experiences with earning to give.