Posted on February 2, 2017 at 6:00 am
Find the grant-awarding foundations that support your cause!
For nonprofit organizations and charitable causes, the hardest part of grant writing can be finding foundations that align with your mission and want to give you funding. Approximately 75% of grant-awarding foundations in the U.S. don’t have a website. This means you won’t find them through an online search engine, like Google.
Foundation Directory Online has the most comprehensive list of grant-awarding foundations. In our workshop, we will show you how to use this digital resource to identify and get the information you need to know about prospective sources of grant funding.
Upcoming workshop locations, days, and times:
Foundation Directory Online for Nonprofits & Grant Writers
Thu, Feb 16, 1–2:30pm
Thu, Mar 9, 6:30–8pm
Thu, Mar 30, 6:30–8pm
Please note: Foundation Directory Online is available as an in-library resource at Cheney, North Spokane, and Spokane Valley Libraries. You can access it from our Digital Library while at any of these three locations.
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