Nonprofit Resource Center

Grants for Excitement

Tulsa's Young Professionals (TYPros) Foundation is seeking applications for grants from individuals and organizations for festivals, programs, events--something you think would make Tulsa and even more exciting place to be.

Non-profit Jobs in Tulsa

If you're looking for a job in the non-profit sector in Oklahoma, check out the Oklahoma Center for Non-Profits Jobs listings.   Whether you're an experienced administrator, specialist, or just trying to get your foot in the door, you'll find openings with organizations like The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges, Greenwood Cultural Center, Oklahomans for Equality, RSVP, Tulsa Children's Museum, and Up With Trees.

Volunteer Matching

After the sad news of Volunteer Tulsa's dissolution, potential volunteers, and organizations in need of volunteers, do still have some resources for finding each other.  Volunteer Match  is a national database with fun and friendly searches, dozens of interest categories,  mapping functions, and virtual volunteer opportunites as well.

Grant Writing 101

New to writing grant proposals?  Here are a few quick, free ways to learn the ropes: 

Self-paced class from Universal Class through the library.

Short Course tutorial from Grant Space.

A wide selection of books from the library's Non-Profit collection.

HECR Arts and Humanities Grants

The Higher Education Cultural Roundtable (HECR) is soliciting proposals from Tulsa-area K-12 schools for mini-grants to fund arts and humanities projects.

HECR is also seeking applications for the Martin T. Letcher Student Patron of the Arts Awards (SPOTA) from college students who attend higher education institutions in northeast Oklahoma.