My name is Kassy Rodeheaver, and I’m emailing you today to tell you about free services from the Pima County Public Library that you can offer to your constituents who are involved with nonprofits.
At this time, you are probably being approached by many nonprofit representatives who need additional income due to the limitations being placed on local and federal agencies who may have historically supported their work. The Pima County Public Library can help you provide these nonprofits with the support they need to achieve their missions.
The Pima County Public Library’s Grants and Nonprofit Info Center offers:
Access to 2 free private grantmaker databases for nonprofits at all 27 of our branches
Monthly hands-on grantmaker database research assistance workshops to help identify relevant funders
Additional monthly workshops on rotating topics relevant to nonprofits
Biweekly eNewsletters with nonprofit grant funding opportunities for arts, culture, education, and literacy organizations
A website with information on a variety of topics relevant to nonprofits, including grantseeking, proposal writing, nonprofit management, strategic technology use, and others at http://www.library.pima.gov/grants/.
As mentioned previously, all of these services are FREE. If you would like more information about these services offered by Pima County Public Library, please contact me at email@example.com or leave me a voice message at (520) 594-5568. I would also be happy to discuss doing presentations on the library’s resources for your Pima County constituents or for your own staff people who would benefit from this knowledge.
When you discuss these services with your constituents, please direct them to our website at http://www.library.pima.gov/grants/ or have them call our InfoLine service at (520) 791-4010 to make further inquiries about the Grants and Nonprofit Info Center.
Thank you for your time.
Librarian, Grants & Nonprofit Info Center
Pima County Public Library
Joel D. Valdez Main Library
101 N. Stone Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85701