The Library District has fully reopened with social distancing guidelines & safety measures in place. Our branches are available for browsing, computers & device lending, WiFi, and a range of services available, details here. Curbside Pick-Up remains available, details here. When you return your library items, you can request to have your late fees waived. We are open 24/7 on our website, which features free online resources, here, and a comprehensive list of free community services, here

All Library District branches & Curbside Pick-up Services will be closed on Friday, October 30 in observance of Nevada Day. 

Special Collections

African American Collection

The African American Special Collection consists of specialized materials by and about African Americans. The focus of the collection is on the African American experience in Las Vegas, Nevada, and the West. The majority of the collection consists of books that focus on history and culture. The collection has historical and relevant materials that are frequently updated.

The contents of the African American Collection were developed under a Library Services and Technology Act grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, through the Nevada State Library and Archives. However, the contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Nevada State Library and Archives and there is no implicit endorsement by the state or federal government.

Southern Nevada Nonprofit Information Center (SoNNPIC)

The Southern Nevada Non-Profit Information Center (SoNNPIC) at the Clark County Library is a Funding Information Network (FIN) partner of the Foundation Center, based in New York City.

SoNNPIC provides information and training to individuals who want to start a nonprofit organization, as well as beginning and intermediate level workshops for local organizations. There are limited resources for individuals seeking funds for higher education.

The public is welcome to use the books, magazines, electronic funding databases and training programs of the Center whenever the Library is open. No appointment is needed for SoNNPIC general use. For individual assistance, please email to arrange an appointment.

The Funding Information Network includes libraries and nonprofit organizations throughout the US, Puerto Rico and a dozen other countries. All FIN partners provide the following to visitors: free access to information on nonprofit funding, research resources, management and technical assistance and professional staff available for assistance.

Please note: SoNNPIC is not a funding or grant-writing agency. We are not able to review documents or offer legal and/or tax advice.


ELECTRONIC DATATBASES (Only available on in-house computers at the Clark County Library).

Updated weekly, Foundation Directory Online (FDO) provides the most comprehensive and accurate information on more than 140,000 grantmakers and over 8 million awarded grants. The majority of these grantmakers do not have websites and would otherwise be almost impossible to find.

Foundation Grants to Individuals provides information on funders that provide scholarships, fellowships and more.

Foundation Maps See who's funding what and where around the world.

Starting and Managing Nonprofit Organizations

Frequently Asked Questions

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