Library Programs to Support Nonprofits

I was sifting through the Regina Public Library Summer Programs guide and I found some GREAT offerings that could benefit leaders in our sector.

Offerings range from a nonprofit finance course for board members, social media essentials, and Facebook for small business (I'm sure some of us in our sector might find helpful).

Then I got to thinking what's happening in other libraries in other cities?  What other offerings might we be able to provide if we partner with local libraries? Some fundraising basics? How to effectively write a grant application?

I'm open to your suggestions.  What does local library offer? What would you wish they could offer you - perhaps something Funders in the West can provide? Leave a comment.  Let's start the dialogue.

To find out more about the Regina Public Library programs, press HERE

Author: Katie Schutz

2 Comments to “Library Programs to Support Nonprofits”

  1. I think you should do a library session on fundraising – specifically how to build relationships with your donors.

    1. What a great idea! Thanks Katharine. We will look into this topic!

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