Resources and Facilities

resource_directory_bannerResources to support nonprofit management, made available by NEW: Solutions for Nonprofits. NEW resources provide nonprofits access to hands-on tools, professional services, and publications, access to fundraising prospect lists, management problem solving and best practices, as well as meeting and co-working space. NEW: RESOURCES FOR NONPROFTIS

The NEW Resource Directory database is a regularly updated listing of service providers, web resources, and print resources that benefit nonprofit organizations in Southeast Michigan. Access Resource Directory.
Create a fundraising prospect list for your nonprofit. NEW offers nonprofits free access to the Foundation Directory Online, a searchable database of over 100,000 U.S. foundations and corporate giving programs and over 2 million grant records. Use a variety of criteria including funding priorities, geography, giving history, and grant size to find full profiles on potential grantors for your programs. The Foundation Directory Online is available for use in our offices in Ann Arbor and Detroit. Our staff will show you how to use this powerful tool, and coach you through successful funding research (A $10/hour donation for staff time helps us cover the cost of this valuable resource. Thank you!) To make an appointment email resourceconnect@new.org or call: 734-998-0160 ext. 218 (Ann Arbor) 313-887-7788  (Detroit)
Visit National Center for Charitable Statistics for information on nonprofits throughout the United States. Search by name, location, purpose, etc. Your 501(c)(3) organizations is represented in the directory as soon as its 990 form is submitted. But you can add extra information about your nonprofit – including mission statement, programs, officials, and events. On the profile page for a particular organization see “If you are part of this organization or are an authorized NCCS Community Research Partner, you can edit its information. .  .” VISIT NCCS DIRECTORY
Starting a Nonprofit Organization: offered quarterly. See Trainings page for details. Toolkit: Contact Kidada Malloy to schedule a phone/office consultation, or to find out more about purchasing our “Starting a Nonprofit Organization” toolkit. kmalloy@new.org.
Owned and operated by NEW, Ann Arbor’s NEW Center is an 11,000 square-foot office building offering a wide variety of benefits for nonprofits including affordable office space through our Tenant Program and access to our flexible meeting spaces. Find more information about our meeting/office space here or email aagler@new.org or call:734-998-0160 ext. 201.

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