The Yuma County Library has a dedicated space for nonprofits and grant writers to collaborate, meet, and learn about grant opportunities to better the Yuma community. We are Yuma’s only Funding Information Network Partner where a librarian can assist you with the self-guided online Foundation Center’s resources on a dedicated Grants computer. The library is part of the Yuma Area Nonprofit Institute known as YANPI, a networking group that meets once a month at various locations. The purpose of the group is to serve, support and promote Yuma County’s nonprofits and provide training and networking opportunities. YANPI is an affiliate of the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits ensuring that our local voice is heard at the state and national level. For more information or to schedule a tour of the Nonprofit and Grant Resource Center, call (928) 373-6465 or email email@example.com.
Nonprofit and Grants Research Conference Room
The Conference Room, located on the second floor of the Main Library, accommodates up to ten people. This room is given preference to Nonprofit Organizations and Grant Research. To reserve the room, please call the Information Desk at (928) 373-6513. Provide the organization’s name, requested date and time, and purpose for room use.
The Yuma County Library District works hard to keep its collection up-to-date, which holds true for the Nonprofit and Grant Resource Center section of the library. Visit the library’s dedicated Resource Center to find information on Grants, Nonprofits, Volunteerism, Fundraising, Philanthropy, and more.
Trainings and Workshops
The Resource Center offers trainings, workshops, and events relevant to grant writers. Click here for upcoming trainings (select “Grant” under Event Type).
Arizona Guide to Grants Online – Available at Main Library (in-house use only). The Guide Online contains detailed profiles on more than 1,800 corporations and foundations with a history of making grants to Arizona nonprofits, schools, and other community groups. These profiles include complete contact listings, program descriptions, areas of grantmaking interest, examples of grants awarded, and much more — all in a powerful, user-friendly searchable format.