The Park County Library System is a Funding Information Network partner of the Foundation Center. We provide a collection of materials and services related to grantseeking and fundraising. The Foundation Center’s Information Network is comprised of libraries, community foundations, and other nonprofit resource centers that provide free access to a collection of Foundation Center and other materials and services useful to grantseekers.
Foundation Directory Online (in-library use only)
The premier resource for locating in-depth information about grantmakers and their grants. Includes almost one million grant opportunities from about 140,000+ grantmakers.
Foundation Grants to Individuals Online (in-library use only)
A comprehensive database of foundations that provide a wide range of funding support for individuals including scholarships, student loans, fellowships, internships, professorships, arts and cultural projects, research and general welfare.
We also have a number of books that are available for perusal in the Reference Section. For books you can check out, try searching the catalog for
- writing grants
- nonprofit organizations
- nonprofit finance
- fund raising
Provides centralized grant funding information offered by grant-making federal agencies. Managed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Provides a wealth of free information for the grantseeker, grantmaker and researcher including in-depth FAQs, resource guides and online tutorials.
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
Provides access to a searchable database of all federal programs available to state and local governments, Indian tribal governments, and Territories and possessions of the United States; domestic public, quasi-public, and private profit and nonprofit organizations and institutions; specialized groups; and individuals.
Wyoming Community Foundation
A nonprofit organization supporting Wyoming organizations through grants.
Resource for Individuals in Non-University Programs
Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Information from the US Department of education on grant programs for nontraditional studies.
Resources for Individuals With Disabilities
Includes a free, confidential tool that helps individuals find government benefits they may be able to receive
A listing of the needs of low-income families and a way for website visitors to donate to specific applicants.
Resources for For-Profit Businesses
A comprehensive online resource center for entrepreneurs from the Ewing Marion Kaffman Foundation.
Counselors to America’s Small Businesses uses the skills of retired business professionals to provide advice on starting, operating, and developing a successful small business.
Resources for Individual Artists
Comprehensive information on fiscal sponsorship, including FAQs, publications, and a national directory of fiscal sponsors.
US Regional Arts Organizations
The six regional arts organizations provide support to organizations, artists, and communities through regional, national, and international funding programs.
Resources for Detecting Scams or Checking Nonprofits
No Free Money
A reality check for those searching for business and personal grants from librarian Linda Koss, Grantsmanship Specialist and Cooperating Collections Supervisor at the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library.
Provides information on charities and evaluates their financial health.