How can I find out about current requests for proposals (RFPs)?
Philanthropy News Digest
posts RFPs submitted by grantmakers every day. You can also subscribe to the RFP Bulletin
, a free listing of new RFPs delivered weekly by email.
How do I write a grant proposal to obtain funding for my nonprofit organization?
The Library offers a variety of materials to help you learn how to write a winning grant proposal, including:
These books are available in the reference collection on the 5th floor of Burton Barr Central Library
. The library also has copies of The Complete Book of Grant Writing
for you to borrow.
Where can I find more information?
Visit these websites for more information about nonprofits and grantseeking.
is a source for training, tools and resources for and about Arizona's grants community. Some of the information is available by subscription only, but the site also offers free information including tips, worksheets, links to sites with more information about the Arizona grantmaking community, and a glossary.
is a clearinghouse for federal grants, where federal agencies post discretionary funding opportunities and grantees find and apply for them.
gathers and disseminates information about IRS-registered nonprofit organizations, lising each nonprofit's mission, impact, reputation, finances, programs, governance and more. The site also offers links to several informative blogs.