Grant Resource Network
Nonprofit organizations in the Greater Boston area have many options to choose from in accessing grant seeking information, but beyond Boston it is often difficult. In order to extend some of the services for nonprofit organizations to different parts of our region, AGM has developed a Grants Resource Network (GRN). The GRN alleviates this problem by bringing key resources and training to underserved areas in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
AGM’s Grant Resource Network partners with existing organizations, nonprofit centers and public libraries to increase access to grantseeking information across the state. Each site develops its own set of resources which might include workshops for grant seekers, access to grant maker databases such as AGM Grant Maker Directory and Foundation Center Online directory, and tools including publications and other resources. Please contact the site listed below for more information about what services and support is provided.
The EBSCO Publishing Grants Resource Center at Essex County Community Foundation was founded in partnership with Associated Grant Makers in 2012. The Grants Resource Center (GRC) provides information and access to grant seeking databases that help nonprofits locate new sources of funding. The GRC is located at ECCF's office in Danvers, MA and is available by appointment only. For more information, visit http://www.eccf.org/grants-resource-center-312.html
The Grant Resource Network of Merrimack Valley, supported by the United Way of Massachusetts Bay & Merrimack Valley, is located at Northern Essex Community College, 45 Franklin St., Lawrence, MA 01841. For an appointment to use the grant resource tools at NECC’s Library, please contact Mike Hearn at email@example.com, or call (978) 738-7400.
The Oak Bluffs Public Library with support from AGM, the Martha’s Vineyard Donor Collaborative, and a grant from the Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation, established a Grant Resource program. For more information and questions about what resources are available, please contact the Reference Librarian at Oak Bluffs Public Library at 508-693-9433 ext. 145, or go to www.oakbluffslibrary.org.
NORTH CENTRAL MASSACHUSETTS
The Leominster Public Library, with support from AGM, the George Ramlose Foundation and the Leominster Credit Union established a Grants Resource site for northern central Massachusetts. For more information and questions about what resources are available, please contact the library’s Reference Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 978-534-7522 ext. 3.
For questions about the Grants Resource Network Program, please contact Jeff Poulos: email@example.com.