Did you know that Frederick County Libraries is the home of a robust Grant Seeker's Resource Library, generously sponsored by the Foundation Center's Funder Information Network and the Ausherman Family Foundation? At the GSRC, you can check out non-profit and fundraising-specific materials, access Foundation Center's search engine for funding opportunities, talk with a grants librarian, and/or sign up for seminars on topics of interest to non-profits.
In 2017, we celebrated (quietly!) our fifth anniversary. Our organization was founded in 2012, and started activities in 2013, and we couldn't be happier to be looking back at what we've done over the last five years--and our hopes for the upcoming year--in our first-ever "annual" report (that just happens to cover five years).
Take a look, see what some of our partners have been up to, and let us know what you think!
The Association of Baltimore-Area Grantmakers (ABAG) has announced its 2018 line-up of educational events for grantseekers. The first three are listed here, and additional announcements will be made throughout the year as events draw closer. For more information, or to register, visit ABAG's website.
One of our partners, the Community Foundation of Frederick County, is hiring!
Join the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County and Anne Arundel Women Giving Together for the first 2018 Community Impact Speaker Series event, featuring guest speaker and author Carol Graham.
'Tis the season for gratitude, and this year, as we are each year, we are grateful for our partners in community. Whether you are staff, volunteer, or board member of a nonprofit, supporting organization, or funder, we are grateful for all that you do each and every day to tackle our communities' largest problems.
The United Way of Frederick County recently announced their new RFP for the Community Impact Partner Grant Program and their new Community Impact Strategy Map.
Bryan, a graduate of the Light House's B.E.S.T. Culinary Training Program and current employee at the Light House Bistro, is living in one of four supportive housing units above the Light House Bistro. His apartment was featured in this week's Capital Gazette as the Home of the Week.