Library's nonprofit assistance center noted for exemplary service

Charlotte Mecklenburg Library received recognition for providing the highest quality of service on an international level as a part of Foundation Center’s Funding Information Network.  

Charlotte Mecklenburg Library earned the highest score on the Center’s Network Achievement Report, a quality assessment tool used to evaluate each partner’s commitment to providing free access to and training on Foundation Center grantseeking tools and resources. Over 80 percent of 450 Funding Information Network partners completed the Network Achievement Report.

“Over the last decade, our success in providing nonprofit services to the community is due to the support of the Duke Endowment,” said Lydia Leovic Towery, Librarian at Foundation Center Funding Information Network, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.

The Network, comprised of more than 450 partners located in every U.S. state and 12 countries is located in libraries, community foundations, and other nonprofit resource centers.

Funding Information Network partners offer free access to Foundation Center databases, publications, and a variety of supplementary materials and services useful to the nonprofit sector. Network locations also hold training sessions on how to effectively use these resources to identify potential funders and apply for grants. Find the network location nearest you here at foundationcenter.org/ask-us/find-us

Learn more about the resources available to grantseekers at Charlotte Mecklenburg Library at www.cmlibrary.org/nonprofit .

Learn more about Foundation Center at http://foundationcenter.org and its resources for grantseekers at http://grantspace.org .