Nonprofit organizations and other grant seekers in the Louisville
area looking for funding sources have access to a valuable collection of
resources at the W. L. Lyons Brown Library.
The W. L. Lyons Brown Library at Bellarmine University is a partner of the Funding Information Network of the Foundation Center. The
Foundation Center's mission is to strengthen the social sector by advancing knowledge about philanthropy in the U. S. and around the world. The Funding Information Network
contains resources to find potential funding from foundations,
corporations, the public sector, and other sources for non-profit
organizations and individuals. Materials in the collection include
Foundation Directory Online Professional and Foundation Grants to
Individuals Online, guides on grant seeking, proposal writing, other means of
fund raising, and texts on nonprofit management, leadership, and
The materials in the Funding Information Network are available during regular library hours.
Print Resources for Grants Research
The Funding Information Network maintains a current set of print resources in the Reference collection.
Online Resources for Grants Research
(accessible from all Brown Library computers)
The Foundation Directory Online Professional
provides our patrons with access to information on grantmakers and
their grants. The searchable database contains information on over 140,000 grantmakers in the United States and around the world. There is also a searchable file of recently awarded grants.
The Foundation Grants To Individuals Online
database focuses on foundations that provide financial support for
individual grant-seekers. It describes giving for a variety of purposes,
including scholarships, student loans, fellowships, program development,
internships, professorships, arts and culture projects, and research.
For more information about the Funding Information Network at Bellarmine University: contact Dan Bays, Funding Information Network Supervisor, 502.272.8317.
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