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Collection Quick Facts
  • The Cooperating Collection is housed at the George Hovis and Don Wickham Community and Nonprofit Resource Center (Community Foundation offices) located at 2150 Oakley Seaver Drive, Clermont, FL, 34711.
  • Collection resources are free and available to the public from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday — Friday. The Collection Supervisor or other Community Foundation staff members will be available to assist visitors during those hours.
  • No appointments are necessary but interested parties are strongly encouraged to call ahead to verify both computer and staff availability.
  • The Collection will be closed on most holidays. Click here for a list of Community Foundation of South Lake holiday hours.
  • Access to the Foundation Center databases is only possible from within the walls of the George Hovis and Don Wickham Community and Nonprofit Resource Center. Appropriate links, on this website, will automatically be enabled for on-site users. There is currently one dedicated computer workstation but multiple visitors with wireless enabled laptops are permitted access to the databases through the Community Foundation’s wireless network.
Visitors to the Cooperating Collection will be required to sign the Community Foundation’s Acceptable Use Agreement prior to using the Electronic Information Resources provided. To expedite access to the Cooperating Collection, you may wish to print, read and sign the Community Foundation Acceptable Usage Agreement prior to your first visit. This form will also be available at the Community Foundation. Also, please review the House Rules prior to your visit.
Collection Resources
Specialized Online Databases include the Foundation Directory Online Professional and the Foundation Grants to Individuals Online.

Print Resources are located in the Community Foundation Resource Room and are available for on-site use.

 
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