Get help starting or managing your nonprofit organization at the Redmond Library's Nonprofit & Philanthropy Resource Center (NPRC).
The following resources are available at the Redmond Library's Nonprofit & Philanthropy Resource Center:
One-on-one or group research assistance by appointment
Books, magazines, DVDs, and directories (available for browsing directly behind the Information Desk)
Access to the following grants database (only available at the Redmond Library): Foundation Directory Online (FDO) Professional.
Workshops on seeking funding, using grant databases, and other nonprofit topics
An annual Nonprofits Front & Center workshop featuring a noteworthy speaker from the region followed by a reception to foster networking
Several networking events held throughout the year
Anyone interested in philanthropy is welcome to use our services, including:
To browse the Philanthropy collection of books, magazines, DVDs, and directories (available directly behind the Information Desk) or to use any of the grants databases that are available on-site only, stop by the Redmond Library anytime during open hours.
To ask a question or to make an appointment for one-on-one or group research assistance, contact Mary Comstock at firstname.lastname@example.org.