Arlington Nonprofit Assistance Network
Nonprofit Resource Center grand opening at the Arlington Central Library - March 2007.
If you are an existing nonprofit organization or are interested in starting a nonprofit in the Arlington community, Arlington’s Nonprofit Assistance Network is designed especially for you.
The Nonprofit Network is led by Arlington Economic Development and is comprised of organizations and individuals who are committed to assisting nonprofits whose missions are to provide direct assistance to Arlington citizens and to Arlington’s cultural and socio-economic community.
Interested in starting a nonprofit? Learn more about starting and growing a nonprofit in Arlington.
Nonprofit Resource Center
The Nonprofit Resource Center is for use by nonprofits who do work in Arlington County – all at no charge to your organization!
Hosted and managed by the Arlington County Public Library, 1015 N. Quincy Street, 2nd Floor, the center offers meeting space for your board meetings as well as comprehensive information on grants and more from the Foundation Center’s Cooperative Collection. Resources at the center include: information on governance, Web site addresses and guides on hot topics relevant to all nonprofits.
Arlington’s Business Librarian manages the facility and is available to assist with individualized research by appointment. Call today for more information:(703) 228-5990 or request an appointment with the Resource Center Manager.
Nonprofit Organization Capacity Building Program
Arlington's Nonprofit Organization Capacity Building Program offers a unique opportunity for Executive Directors and Board Members of local nonprofits to participate in a 12-month program designed to build capacity for nonprofits and the skill sets of participants. The application process for 2012 closed on Aug. 30. To learn more about the program or to request to be contacted for the 2013 program, please contact Mike Goodrich at (703) 228-0821.