The library recently hosted a two-day workshop for nonprofit grant seekers that attracted over 30 attendees. The workshop focused on how to find and apply for grants using a collection of print and online resources referred to as the Grant Resource Network: Martha’s Vineyard (GRN:MV), available at the Oak Bluffs Public Library. It includes access to online grant databases provided by Associated Grant Makers of Boston (includes over 400 local funders) and the Foundation Center (includes 97,000 national grant makers).
If you missed the workshop, please visit the library during our open hours to use the collection. You can also contact the Martha’s Vineyard Donors Collaborative to arrange for a trainer to assist you when using the grant databases. Send an E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment with a trainer.
The GRN:MV was made possible by the collaboration of Associated Grant Makers, the Oak Bluffs Public Library, and the Martha’s Vineyard Donors Collaborative, and also a grant from the Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation.