Nonprofit Resource Center

Colorado Grants Guide - in Library use only - 3rd floor Rawlings
Colorado Grants Guide is an annual directory of philanthropic and charitable-giving resources for Colorado
grant seekers. It provides profiles of more than 500 foundations, corporations, governments, and religious organizations with a
history of making grants in Colorado. Contact listings, program descriptions, grants priorities, and other details are included.

Foundation Center Directory Online - 3rd floor Rawlings use only
Foundation Center Directory Online profiles more than 96,000 U.S. foundations, corporate giving programs and grant
making public charities. Combines directory-type information with more than 1.4 million past grants awarded.

Foundation Center Philanthropy In/Sight - 3rd floor Rawlings use only This product is an interactive mapping tool designed for grantmakers, advisors, policymakers, researchers, academics—virtually anyone interested in the impact of philanthropy around the world today. Even grantseekers can use Philanthropy In/Sight to gather intelligence to craft compelling grant proposals.

Foundation Grants to Individuals - 3rd floor Rawlings use only
Foundation Grants to Individuals allows searching detailed descriptions of more than 7,700 foundation programs
that fund students, artists, researchers, and other individual grantseekers.

How to Start a Nonprofit in Colorado- If you’re looking to start a Colorado nonprofit organization, this guide will help you file formation documents, get tax identification numbers and exemptions, and obtain authority to solicit donations.

Click here for more information on the Doris D. Kester Southern Colorado Community Foundation Nonprofit Resource Center

Foundation Center's Funding Information Network

PCCLD is a member of the Foundation Center's Funding Information Network, a group of libraries, nonprofit agencies and community foundations that provide authoritative sources of information on foundation and corporate giving. These collections are sponsored by the Foundation Center, an independent national service organization in New York. Collections include print and electronic publications distributed by the Foundation Center as well as other materials and training opportunities helpful to grant seekers.


There are no Nonprofit Resource Center workshops scheduled at the Rawlings Public Library at this time. Future workshop announcements and registration procedures will be posted here.