The new second edition of the National Directory of Grantmaking Public Charities covers over 900 public charities -- organizations that, like foundations, award grants to nonprofit organizations. The volume gives grantseekers easy reference to these potential sources of funding, a set that includes 446 community foundations. The National Directory features data-packed entries with the facts you need when seeking new grant prospects: current fiscal information; purpose and activities statements; giving interests and limitations; information on formal giving programs; descriptions of recently awarded grants; names of key officials; chapter locations; and application information, now with additional application requirements listed. Foundation Center editors collect this information directly from the public charities, so you can be sure that entries are up-to-date and accurate. The volume also includes 2, 500+ recently awarded grants, often the best indication of giving interests. Whether your nonprofit organization operates programs in the field of health, education, arts and culture, or many other subject areas, this publication will help you take advantage of the public charities making grants in your field!Fields of interest: Museums; historic preservation/historical societies; arts/cultural programs; child development, ... human services; community development; voluntarism promotion; govemment/public administration; leadership development; ... $311 , 000 to Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA. ... To expand ACCESS program helping public high school students with college admissions and financial aid.
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