NEW FUNDING SOURCES
why your organizations needs to "play nice with
others?" Wonder why all the funders are now
talking about leveraging resources? Wonder why we
can't just make the funding "pie" bigger instead
of protecting our small piece? This interactive
presentation, designed for experienced grant proposal
developers and fundraisers is based on the experience
of Lubbock-Cooper ISD, Llano Estacado Rural
Communities Foundation, Faith Based and Community
Organizations, schools and nonprofit organizations who
have joined their missions to form consortiums and
obtained millions in grants that none could have received
if they worked alone.
BY: Gary L. Frye, Ed.D, GPC
- Lubbock-Cooper ISD
Tuesday, May 8th from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Science Spectrum - Education Room
2579 S. Loop 289; Lubbock, Texas
Call (806)762-8061, email
in these challenging times, grantseekers need to explore all
avenues to secure and diversify their funding. Learn how to
effectively use Foundation Center Cooperating Collection resources and hopefully find
prospective funders. The goal of the workshop is to
help you feel better prepared to delve into the world of
Lubbock Area Foundation - 2509 80th Street
Call (806)762-8061 or email
funding makes it possible for non-profit organizations to
do amazing things in
and the South Plains community.
planning, community knowledge and expertise are critical,
much of this success comes down to relationships –
building effective partnerships between
funders and non-profits.
miss this unique opportunity!
representatives from local and regional foundations
about their funding interests and philanthropic
a better understanding of the ins and outs of seeking
and receiving grants
To be announced
$50 per person
WHAT IS THE FUNDING
If you're involved with a nonprofit
organization or an individual grantseeker we can help you.
Our resource center provides free public
access to the Foundation Center's core
collection, plus our
own library of over 200 titles.
This includes grant directories, books, periodicals and
videos on fundraising, board development,
executive leadership, marketing and communications and
You'll have free access to the Foundation Center's
electronic databases, The
Foundation Directory Online Professional, on two computer
terminals. This fully searchable database includes detailed
profiles of all active U.S. foundations, as well as an
extensive file of recent grants awarded by the nation's top
We also have Foundation
Grants to Individuals Online, where you can
research more than 6,200 foundation and public charity programs
that fund artists, students, researchers, and other
The Foundation Center's Online Librarian can
also answer your questions about foundations,
philanthropy and fundraising research. Click on the icon to
Answers to a few frequently asked questions:
Cooperating Collection is housed at the Lubbock Area
Foundation located at 2509
80th Street, Lubbock, Texas 79423.
resources are free and available to the public from 9:00
AM to 4:00 PM, Monday — Friday. The Collection
Supervisor or other Community Foundation staff members
will be available to assist visitors during those hours.
appointments are necessary but interested parties are
strongly encouraged to call ahead to verify research
- This is a
non-lending library. However, we have ample space to
read, view materials or do your research.
- For more information,
please contact Michelle Stephens at email@example.com.