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Summary of The Foundation Center's Guide to Grantseeking on the Web, 2003 Edition

Learn how to maximize use of the World Wide Web for your funding research. The 2003 Edition of The Foundation Center's Guide to Grantseeking on the Web adds many new links and provides both novice and experienced Web users with a gateway to the numerous online resources available to grantseekers. Foundation Center staff experts have team-authored this guide, contributing their extensive knowledge of Web content as well as their tips and strategies on how to evaluate and use Web-based funding materials. Presented in a concise, "how-to" style and filled with sample Web sites, the Guide to Grantseeking on the Web will help structure your research with a toolkit of resources, including:

  • Abstracts of approximately 3,000 grantmaker Web sites
  • A new chapter on e-learning for the nonprofit sector
  • Corporate grantmaking information
  • Profiles of searchable databases (both free and fee-based)
  • Abstracts of hundreds of related nonprofit sites
  • Government funding sources
  • Online journals and newsletters
  • Discussion lists and message boards
  • Guidance on prospecting for individual donors

Make the best use of the Centerís Web site: The first chapter provides a tour of the many free resources available at our site, including the Proposal Writing Short Course, the Literature of the Nonprofit Sector Online, Philanthropy News Digest, common grant application forms, our Sector Search engine, and much more.

The Guide to Grantseeking on the Web also includes a glossary to demystify common terms, an index, as well as a bibliography and webliography of related resources in the field. It will help you develop an organized, focused approach to funding research on the Web, opening up a whole new arena of online resources and saving you valuable research time.

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