EFFECTIVE MARCH 30, 2015 – THE REGIONAL FOUNDATION LIBRARY (RFL) WILL BE OPEN ON MONDAY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. THE RFL WILL BE OPEN TUESDAY-FRIDAY FROM 9AM-5PM.

For more than 50 years, the Regional Foundation Library (RFL) has served as a bridge between the grant-seeking and the grant-making communities. Check out our Patron Spotlight

The RFL contains core publications from The Foundation Center, the leading source of philanthropy information, as well as other major materials in fund development, grants, and nonprofit management. It provides free access to multiple Foundation Center online funding research tools.

The RFL  has one of the most extensive Foundation Directory archives in the United States and is the fifth-oldest Foundation Center Funding Information Network partner.

The library is a unit within the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement (DDCE) at the University of Texas at Austin. It is located in the DDCE’s Community Engagement Center at 1009 East  11th street. The RFL is also home to a rotating selection of art pieces from local art gallery La Peña.

In keeping with its original commitment to make information accessible to all, the RFL is open to everyone, free of charge.

 

GPA LohoFunder’s Forum

 Friday, May 8, 2015
8am – 4pm
Education Service Center Region XIII, 3rd Floor Conference Area,
5701 Springdale Rd., Austin, TX 78723
Hosted by Austin Grant Professional Association, this event will bring together Central Texas’ major philanthropic foundations/corporations and grant-seekers to exchange ideas and develop ways to work together for the betterment of our community. In addition to getting to learn from and connect with funders, attendees will also experience the new “Knowledge Infusion” segment – a professional development tool kit for Grant Professionals.
For more information, contact Susannah Erler at serler@austincc.edu.
To volunteer for the event, contact TlHenneke@seton.org.