When entering terms in the search bar, you can also use these search operators in the keywords box to improve your results:
Exclude a term using a minus sign (-)
- Example: development -fundraising would give you all results related to development, unless they contain the term fundraising. Note that this only works if you have one term already: if you exclude a word but don't also have another word (e.g. "-fundraising" by itself), you won't get the results you want.
Glue words together with quotation marks ("")
- Example: "young professionals" would include results such as Young Professionals of Chicago, but would exclude results such as Young Nonprofit Professionals Network or professionals working with young people. (Without the quotes, though, you'd get all three).