Profiles agencies with a history of making grants in Arizona. See How to search the Guide online.
Grants & Fundraising
Use this list to find out ways to get funding for the college or university of your dreams. Your first step should really be to contact the Financial Aid office for the school you'll be attending, but these resources can give you some additional ideas.
Access free non-profit and grants-related ebooks from the Foundation Center. Ebooks may be downloaded and borrowed for up to two weeks.
Comprehensive database of grantmakers, companies, grants, and 990s. See help page for tips and tutorials. PCPL is a Funding Information Network partner of the Foundation Center.
Foundation Maps is a data visualization platform that brings to life data about U.S. and global philanthropy through extensive mapping, charting, and analytic capabilities.
Trying to search grants from home? You can temporarily access Candid's Foundation Directory Online while the library is closed. This link only allows access to grantmaker profiles and grantmaker 990 forms, not the complete site.
Find foundation programs that fund students, artists, researchers, and other individual grantseekers.
Access free online grantseeker trainings, sample proposals, and more from the Foundation Center.
Data and analysis for 36 socio-economic indicators grouped into six categories. Use to find external funding opportunities, help you make business and organizational decisions, and find cross-sector partnerships.
Find information on companies, consumer issues, global economy, job markets, and financial literacy from national news resources made available through NewsBank and America's News.
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Learn to find grants, manage nonprofits, and explore fundraising methods.
Find local organizations by the kind of assistance needed, including business planning, finance, human resources, international business, legal issues, management, marketing, and more.