Free resources for nonprofits and individuals seeking grants
Gain access to a wealth of information on grants and grantmakers in the U.S. and around the world, plus get one-on-one assistance and training on how to use this information—all at no charge.
This rapidly growing network of partners—located in libraries, community foundations, and nonprofit resource centers throughout the nation and in other places around the globe—gives grantseekers the dedicated support they want to find the grants they need.
Funding Information Network partners offer core Foundation Center electronic and print resources—databases, directories, and other publications—as well as fundraising research guidance, funding-related technical assistance, workshops, and programs for local nonprofits.
What you can do at a Funding Information Network location?
- Conduct research on potential funders for my nonprofit work or artistic project
- Attend workshops to learn how to approach funders and write grant proposals
- Ask librarians my fundraising and nonprofit-related questions
- Network with my peers in the local social sector
- Find educational scholarships, fellowships, and loans
- See on maps who’s getting and giving grants in my own community
- Stay up-to-date on funding trends
Funding Information Network - Wisconsin locations:
- Appleton - Lawrence University, Seeley G. Mudd Library 113 S. Lawe St. Appleton, WI 54911 Phone: (920) 832-6750
- La Crosse - La Crosse Public Library 800 Main St. La Crosse, WI 54601 Phone: (608) 789-7100
- Madison - University of Wisconsin-Madison, Memorial Library, Grants Information Center 728 State St., Room 262 Madison, WI 53706 Phone: (608) 262-3242
- Milwaukee - Marquette University, Raynor Memorial Library, Funding Information Center 1355 W. Wisconsin Ave. PO Box 3141 Milwaukee, WI 53201 Phone: (414) 288-1515
- Stevens Point - University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Library Foundation Collection, 900 Reserve St. Stevens Point, WI 54481 Phone: (715) 346-2540