|Clubs, Nonprofits, Charities and Other Organizations||
Research state and local foundations at http://foundationcenter.org/getstarted/topical/sl_dir.html. Michigan State University lists service clubs and civic organizations that provide funding at http://staff.lib.msu.edu/harris23/grants/servicec.html. Your library friends groups, board, staff and local directories may also help identify clubs and other organizations that are potential collaborators.
|TechSoup for Libraries and TechSoup||TechSoup for Libraries and TechSoup are both sources for collaboration information and resources.|
|Building Digital Communities||IMLS initiative focused on communities working together across sectors to make progress on digital inclusion initiatives (http://www.webjunction.org/documents/webjunction/IMLS_Build_Digital_Communities.html).|
|WebJunction||WebJunction offers many articles and discussions around the topic of collaboration and partnerships at http://webjunction.org/explore-topics/partnerships.html.|
|ICMA, the International City/County Management Association||ICMA's library page (http://icma.org/en/icma/knowledge_network/topics/topic/161) offers news and resources, including Maximize the Potential of Your Public Library, a research report on public library partnerships with local governments.|
|State Library Associations||(http://www.ala.org/groups/affiliates/chapters/state/stateregional)|
|Urban Libraries Council||
Publications on collaboration, leadership, and other topics, as well as annual library "Innovations" awards for civic and community engagement (http://www.urbanlibraries.org).
|National Network of Libraries of Medicine||Public Libraries and Community Partners: Working Together to Provide Health Information, including tips from a successful partnership.|