Grants Research: Finding a Funder for Your Nonprofit Organization
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Proposal Writing Basics
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The 2014 edition of the South Carolina Foundation Directory is now available for downloading. A print version may be available for purchase later.
The 2014 edition will be published in two parts. Part 1 contains South Carolina foundations that will accept proposals. Part 2 will contain all other South Carolina foundations and will be published later.
The South Carolina State Library publishes the South Carolina Foundation Directory to assist South Carolinians in their search for funds to support the programs and projects of their organizations.
For assistance regarding the 2014 Directory, please contact Information Services staff at (803) 734-8026
Books and eBooks on fund raising, grant writing and nonprofit management:
In the SCLENDS catalog (or in the local library catalogs) look under the subjects:
“Fund Raising”, “Nonprofit organizations”, or “Proposal Writing for Grants”
The Foundation Center’s Funding Information Network partners provide grant seekers free access to materials and services in libraries, community foundations, and other nonprofit resource centers worldwide. The Foundation Center provides each network partner with an extensive collection of information and publications for grant-seeking nonprofit organizations.
The Anderson County Library, Charleston County Library, Florence County Library,Greenville County Library, Spartanburg County Library, Georgetown Public Library and the South Carolina State Library are Funding Information Network partners in South Carolina.
The South Carolina State Library is a Funding Information Network partner of the Foundation Center.
The Grants Research Collection at the South Carolina State Library is designed to assist nonprofit organizations and individuals seeking grant funding from private and corporate foundations and government agencies.
The Collection includes resources for finding foundation and government grant programs, the grantseeking and proposal writing process, nonprofit organization management, and general fund raising strategies.