Grants
 
Looking for grant information? The links on this page will lead you to a variety of websites designed to help you locate grantmaking agencies, public and private; prepare winning proposals; and understand the grantmaking process. Your local library may have additional resources, both electronic and print.
 
Action Without Borders A global network of individuals and organizations sharing ideas, information and resources to help build a world where all people can live free, dignified and productive lives. The organization works through the Internet and through local chapters to promote and facilitate collaboration, volunteerism and investment in support of these goals. It is independent of any government, political ideology or religious creed. Its work is guided by the common desire of its members and supporters to find practical solutions to social and environmental problems, in a spirit of generosity and mutual respect.
 
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance The Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (FDAC) is a government-wide compendium of Federal programs, projects, services, and activities which provide assistance or benefits to the American public. It contains financial and nonfinancial assistance programs administered by departments and establishments of the Federal government.
 
Council on Foundations The Council on Foundations, an association of foundations and corporations, serves the public good by promoting and enhancing responsible and effective philanthropy.
 
FindAid Grants Provides links to websites about grants.
 
The Foundation Center The Foundation Center is an independent nonprofit information clearinghouse established in 1956. The Center's mission is to foster public understanding of the foundation field by collecting, organizing, analyzing, and disseminating information on foundations, corporate giving, and related subjects. The audiences that call on the Center's resources include grantseekers, grantmakers, researchers, policymakers, the media, and the general public. The site includes a number of practical guides to proposal writing and grantseeking.
 
The Grantsmanship Center The Grantsmanship Center (TGCI) is the world's leading source of fundraising training and information for the nonprofit sector. Since it was founded in 1972, TGCI has trained more than 65,000 agency staff in grantsmanship, program planning, and fundraising.
 
Grant Resources On The Web: Where To Look When You Need Funding "This selected list of searchable databases, electronic publications, foundations, government agencies, and newsgroups should be of great interest to the beginner as well as the seasoned grant writer. These resources cover various aspects of funding and successful grantwriting."
From the introduction to this site by Dawn Ventress Kight and Emma Bradford Perry of Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA. Originally published as Internet Resources in the July/August, 1999 issue of College & Research Libraries, the journal of the Association of College & Research Libraries.