One of the nice things about libraries is that we're not competitive in spirit. We love sharing resources and information with you, the public, so if some of the information involves another library we have no problem with that! There's a huge number of libraries in the Santa Fe area, at colleges, museums, and government agencies.
One library that offers a lot of services is the New Mexico State Library. Located off Cerrillos Rd. on Camino Carlos Rey, it's central and accessible. A resource that we often send patrons to is the Foundation Center Cooperating Collection. If you're looking for grants or funding for your non-profit, this is the place to start. Finding a foundation that matches your non-profit's mission can be a lengthy task, and they help by assembling all the pertinent resources in one place. They also offer information on fundraising and proposal writing.
So while we're always happy to direct you to our sections on non-profits and foundations, go check out the Foundation Center at the State Library for heavy-duty research and grantwriting help.
The Foundation Center Cooperating Collection is open to the public from 10:00 to 4:30 Monday through Friday. The New Mexico State Library is located at 1209 Camino Carlos Rey, and you can call 505-476-9702 or Ask-a Librarian.