Funding Resources

  • The Foundation Center
    The mission of the Foundation Center is to support and improve institutional philanthropy by promoting public understanding of the field and helping grantseekers succeed. Their Foundation Finder offers several services to grantseekers, including directory information on over 73,000 private and community foundations and a searchable database of annotated links to grantmaker Web sites. The Foundation Center’s Learning Lab offers free on-line tutorials, an on-line librarian, answers to frequently asked questions, information on training courses, and more.
  • American Nurses’ Foundation (ANF)
    ANF is the national philanthropic organization that promotes the continued growth and development of nurses and services to advance the work of the nursing profession. Visit this site for information on their grants programs.
  • Maryland’s Grant Resource Center
    This page from the Maryland Department of Planning provides links to a number of resources to use in identifying grant opportunities and other types of funding assistance. These include both government and nonprofit resources, such as the Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organizations, the Chronical of Philanthropy, and the Grantsmanship Center.
  • The NPIN Funding Database
    This database is provided by the CDC’s National Prevention Information Network (NPIN). It includes private and government funding opportunities for community-based services and programs addressing HIV/AIDS, STD, and tuberculosis prevention. Included are details about eligibility requirements, application processes, and deadlines.
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