1422 Euclid Avenue, Suite 1600
Cleveland, OH 44115-2001


10:00 am-5:00 pm

By appointment for group tours and orientations, special events, and individual guided assistance using Foundation Center resources.

Important information about your visit

When you enter our library, simply “sign” our iPad guestbook with the email address that you use to register at GrantSpace. When you log in to GrantSpace, you also can sign up for classes with one click and receive reminders for the ones you signed up for. Join GrantSpace.


We are located on the corner of East 14th Street and Euclid Avenue in the Hanna Building, Suite 1600, in the heart of Playhouse Square. There are two entrances to the Hanna Building, on East 14th Street or on Euclid Avenue. Elevators that go to the 16th floor are designated.

From the south
Take I-77 and exit at East 14th Street. Travel north on East 14th Street to Euclid Avenue. The Hanna Building is on the Southeast corner.

From the east
Take I-90 and exit at Prospect Avenue. Turn right on Prospect. Turn right on East 14th Street and travel north to Euclid Avenue. The Hanna Building is on the Southeast corner.

From the west
Take I-90 and exit at East 9 th Street. At the light, make a right on Carnegie. Turn left at East 14th Street and travel north to Euclid Avenue. The Hanna Building is on the Southeast corner.

Public Transportation
Plan your trip using the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority webpage.


Parking is available in garages at both the Hanna and Renaissance Buildings (on opposite corners of East 14th Street and Prospect Avenue). There are open-air lots on East 14th Street, Prospect Avenue, and Euclid Avenue.

Contact Us:

For administrative or donation information, contact: 

Teleange' Thomas, Director of Foundation Center-Midwest

For questions about training and special group arrangements, contact: 

David Holmes

For questions about our Funding Information Network and its services, contact:

Sam Peddicord

Services for People with Disabilities

To ensure equitable access to Foundation Center resources for all, we are committed to providing services to individuals with disabilities. These services include but are not limited to:

In the Library: 

Free photocopying of a reasonable number of pages from books and other library resources within the parameters of copyright laws, as required to provide equal access. For visitors with visual impairments, reader services are available. We ask for advance notice by calling our reference desk at (216) 861-1933 x321 or sending e-mail to

In Our Learning Center:

For visitors with hearing impairments, a sign language interpreter is available upon request for our scheduled training sessions. We require advance notice for sign language services and other accommodations by calling our training coordinator at (216) 861-1933 x322

From Home: 

Loans of Center-issued publications, and selected publications by other publishers, are available to individuals whose disabilities make visiting a Foundation Center Library or Funding Information Network location either impossible or a hardship. Learn More