/ Non-Profit Resources

Non-profits are businesses too! Charlotte offers a variety of resources that can help non-profits and social ventures alike be best positioned to reach their organizational goals.

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As a member of the Foundation Center’s Funding Information Network, the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library provides resources that allow nonprofits, grantmakers and individual researchers to identify potential funding partners and collaborators. If this sounds like what you need, click here.

Whether you’re passionate about starting a nonprofit or are looking to enhance and develop your nonprofit management skills, CPCC’s Small Business Center hasnonprofit training available to meet your needs. If you’re ready to execute and need advisement, register forbusiness counseling, and let one of CPCC Small Business Center’s nonprofit experts help. Also, read their article on the “7 Steps to Starting Your Nonprofit Business in North Carolina” to learn more about what it takes.

How will you find the funding you need to start your nonprofit? As a partner of the Foundation Center’sFunding Information Network, the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library offers resources that will help you find the funding you need. Learn more here

he Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is a member of the Foundation Center’s Funding Information Network, and they offer free access to print and electronic resources that support philanthropy. Learn more here.

Nonprofits need love, and Charlotte Works has plenty to give. Their programs and services are available to eligible nonprofit organizations. Take a look at a few of the services Charlotte Works can provide to your nonprofit.