Patty Henson Sullivan from the Grants Professionals Association will present A Beginner's Guide to Grant Writing from 9:30--11:30 on Tuesday April 4 in the Walker Community Room. The class will include some grant writing basics such as explanations of the parts of a standard grant proposal, a brief exploration of the Foundation Center database and some tips on determining if your project is a good match for a potential funder.
Patty has written federal, state, and foundation grant applications and proposals of all sizes, concentrating on access to health care or access to higher education.
Grant Research @ FPL
The following resources can only be accessed at Fayetteville Public Library.
Foundation Grants to Online Individuals
Find funders that provide scholarships, fellowships, and more.
Find Funding @ Home
The following websites can help you find funding for your nonprofit.
Foundation Center Websites
Additional recommended websites
About the Foundation Center
Established in 1956, the Foundation Center is the nation's leading source of information about philanthropy, connecting nonprofits and the grantmakers supporting them to tools they can use and information they can trust.
Fayetteville Public Library cardholders have access to all materials and databases housed at the library. The library offers free cards to staff and board members of nonprofit organizations in Washington, Benton, Carroll, and Madison counties.