Starting a nonprofit? Seeking grants? Are you managing, or on the board of, a nonprofit? Your library has tools and guides to help you. You can also find listings and directories of non-profits if you are looking to volunteer or donate.
Last Updated: Jan 21, 2012
- Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
Searchable database of Federal funding programs avaiable to govt., for profit, and nonprofit organizations, plus other groups and individuals.
- Foundation Center
Log into the library's subscription to Foundations Directory Online (must be done at a library branch). Also, tap a great deal of free info. for nonprofits, including basics on finding funding, applying for grants, starting and managing a nonprofit, etc.
- Grant Wrangler
Helping educators, libraries, and parents to find school funding. Grants for teachers, school grants, and money for arts, history, mathematics, science, technology, literacy, and more.
Central storehouse for information on over 1,000 grant programs and provides access to approximately $400 billion in annual awards.
GrantSpace, a service of the Foundation Center, offers information and resources that are specifically designed to meet the needs of grantseekers. Grantseekers can:
- EXPLORE in-depth content
- ENGAGE with a community of peers and experts
- ENERGIZE your fundraising efforts
- New Jersey Economic Development Authority
Creates public/private partnerships to bridge financing gaps and to increase access to capital by the State's business community with an emphasis on small and mid-size businesses and not-for-profit organizations.
- New Jersey State Library Funding Information Center
Extensive resources on grant-getting and nonprofit management. Complements the offerings of the Burlington County Library.
- Nonprofit Finance Fund -- New Jersey
Provides financial and advisory services to nonprofit organizations in New Jersey.
- Nonprofit Times Database of Million Dollar + Corporate Donations
Free searchable database of more than 5,000 $1 million + corporate donations.
Your library subscribes to FOUNDATION DIRECTORY ONLINE-The
comprehensive resource for organizations seeking to pinpoint promising
funding opportunities or target market to foundations. If you manage,
work for, or volunteer for a non-profit, using this online resource can
help you help your organization fund its programs and services.
Your library subscribes to FOUNDATION DIRECTORY ONLINE-The comprehensive resource for organizations seeking to pinpoint promising funding opportunities or target market to foundations. If you manage, work for, or volunteer for a non-profit, this resource can help you help your nonprofit fund its programs and services. Come in to any library branch to use FOUNDATION DIRECTORY ONLINE. Check the Events calendar for the next scheduled "Desperately Seeking Funding" seminar (slideshow below) to learn how to use it.
Here are highlighted some recent books on grant writing. For more, search the catalog under PROPOSAL WRITING, or browse the shelves at 658.15224.
Grant writing for dummies / by Bev Browning ,2005.
Call Number: 658.15224 Bro
Browning, a national grant writer and consultant with 20 years of experience, offers a practical desktop reference for business owners, contract bid staff, and new grant writers needing step-by-step guidance, as well as veteran grant writers seeking to increase their funding success rates.