Grants Information Center

Grants Information Center

As a Funding Information Network partner, the Dauphin County Library System provides free, local, public access to:

• Foundation Directory Online Professional (grants available to nonprofit organizations)
• Foundation Grants to Individuals Online (educational scholarships, research grants, etc.),
• Foundation Maps (an interactive mapping tool for grant makers, policymakers, and researchers).

For full access to this resource, inquire at our Grants Information Center located at the East Shore Area Library.

Click here to sign up for our Grantseekers mailing list.

 

Keep informed about:

• Future Workshops
• Networking Opportunities
• Funding Information Network updates

 

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This service of the Foundation Center provides support for nonprofits worldwide.

 

 

As a Funding Information Network partner, The Library is hosting a free workshop in the East Shore Area Library’s lower level meeting rooms.

 

Spring Grantseeker Workshop

Presented by Chad Barger, CFRE
Fundraising Productivity Strategist & Director of the Cultural Enrichment Fund
Friday, May 19, 2017

 

Introduction to Corporate Giving

Attendees will learn how to seek corporate support including:
• The different types of corporate giving.
• What motivates corporations to give?
• How to find potential corporate partners.

This workshop is a one hour introductory class that will pave the way to corporate support! Following the class there will be a 30-minute, hands-on exercise to help your organization determine if it is ready to seek corporate contributions. This is an optional activity, yet we encourage you to participate if you can.

 

Friday, May 19, 2017
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
East Shore Area Library lower level meeting rooms

 

Register for this event >

Presented by Chad Barger, CFRE
Fundraising Productivity Strategist & Director of the Cultural Enrichment Fund

 


 

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