Operating Grants for Nonprofit Organizations

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Oryx Press, 2000 - Business & Economics - 273 pages
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Few needs are more important to a nonprofit organization than helpful information on where to find grant money. This new directory is the first to focus exclusively on operating grants--where to find them, what's required, and who to contact. Organized by state, this handy resource lists more than 1,100 grants that are available to all types of nonprofits: arts and humanities; community development; health care; science; children and youth; and education.Three user-friendly indexes (subject, sponsors, and geographic restrictions) let users quickly locate the right funding for their organization.

Few needs are more important to a nonprofit organization than helpful information on where to find grant money. This new directory is the first to focus exclusively on operating grants--where to find them, what's required, and who to contact. Organized by state, this handy resource lists more uhan 1,100 grants that are available to all types of nonprofits: arts and humanities; community development; health care; science; children and youth; and education.Three user-friendly indexes (subject, sponsors, and geographic restrictions) let users quickly locate the right funding for their organization.

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Contents

Grant Programs
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Subject Index
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Sponsoring Organizations Index
253
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