Grant Database Tools

Jean Lewis, Tucson Pima Public Library

In recent years, grant databases have emerged as important tools for identifying potential funders for nonprofit organizations and projects. When used properly, these databases can help you identify a wide range of sources while reducing research time. With prices ranging from $500 to $2,000 a year, purchasing these products and services makes the most sense for staffed organizations with budgets of at least $200,000 per year.

Smaller groups will want to look for free access at the public library. You will find 230 locations with free access to one of the Foundation Center databases at ...

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