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									                                 Finding Funding Sources

The National Foundation Center: directories and specialized publications. Available at large
libraries. Can subscribe on-line.
Guidestar: on line access to the 990 is free (registration is required).
Chronicle of Philanthropy:
Non-Profit Times:
Websites of foundations, corporations, organizations
Annual reports/publications of foundations, corporations, organizations
Grants Connection: directory of Virginia Foundations by subscriptions
Grant Station:
Charity Navigator:
(soon to be Connect VA)

Supporting Advancement

Federal grants:

      Federal Register-the official journal of the Federal Government of the United States that
       contains most routine publications and public notices of government agencies. It is a daily
       (except holidays) publication.
      Discretionary grants posted on
      Detailed program descriptions can be found on Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance.
            Finding Funding Sources: Non–traditional Sources…
U.S. Department of Education: source on what is being funded and who is getting the money.

National Science Foundation: is an independent US government agency responsible for promoting
science and engineering through research programs and education projects.

Council on Foundations: A nonprofit membership association of grantmaking foundations and
corporations, with a mission to promote responsible and effective philanthropy.

The Grantsmanship Center –offers grantsmanship training. Link to Grant Domain and Federal

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