Grant Seekers Guide

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With its wealth of hard-to-find information on America's philanthropists, the Grant Seekers Guide has become the standard reference manual for nonprofit organizations and a primary choice for library reference. The directory lists hundreds of corporations and foundations that provide grants for work in areas of AIDS, women's issues, natural resource management, peace and disarmament, gay and lesbian rights, and more.
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Wakefield, Rhode Island and London 1996 Trade Paperback Fourth Edition As New 7" X 10" 611 Pages Indexed by Fields of Interest, Geographical Preferences, Size of Grants, Number ... of Grants, and Contact Persons. Contents: Introudction, Useer's Guide, Grantmakers, and Bibliography. Appendixes in Six Parts: An Overview of the Nonprofit Sector, Planning for Fundraising, Fundraising from Individuals, Responsive Philanthropy, The Foundation Center, and Funding Exchange Member Funds. Plus Introducdtion, User's Guide, and Grantmakers. Other Subjects Included: Trends in Philanthropy More Groups Fewer Dollars, Capital Area United Way Opens Its Doors, Cause Related Marketing Doing Well by Doing Good, and COMMUNITY ORGANIZING. Read more Show Less

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Overview

With its wealth of hard-to-find information on America's philanthropists, the Grant Seekers Guide has become the standard reference manual for nonprofit organizations and a primary choice for library reference. The directory lists hundreds of corporations and foundations that provide grants for work in areas of AIDS, women's issues, natural resource management, peace and disarmament, gay and lesbian rights, and more.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781559211390
  • Publisher: Moyer Bell
  • Publication date: 2/29/2000
  • Edition description: 4TH
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 624
  • Product dimensions: 7.04 (w) x 9.96 (h) x 1.65 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
User's Guide
Grantmakers 1
Appendixes
I An Overview of the Nonprofit Sector 508
II Planning for Fundraising 512
III Fundraising from Individuals 522
IV Responsive Philanthropy
Trends in Philanthropy: More Groups, Fewer Dollars 534
Capital Area United Way Opens Its Door 541
Cause Related Marketing: Doing Well by Doing Good? 546
Community Organizing 551
Fay Wattleton on Controversy and Fund Raising 556
V The Foundation Center 560
VI Funding Exchange Member Funds 570
Selected Bibliography 571
Indexes 580
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