The Foundation Center is a nonprofit organization that gathers and disseminates information on foundations and corporate funding with a network of regional and local resource collections.
Are you a nonprofit or individual seeking funding?
Does your group want to become a nonprofit?
Are you a new board member working with a nonprofit?
Texas A&M University-Texarkana’s John F. Moss Library is a member of the Foundation Center’s Funding Information Network and maintains resources on foundation, corporate and government funding, nonprofit fundraising, grants, proposal writing and nonprofit management.
The John F. Moss Library’s Foundation Center Funding Information Network collection is Library Use Only and is open to the public during regular library hours.
Time is limited to 2-hour sessions. If you do not need training, just inquire at the 3rd floor service desk and you will be logged into a computer. If there is no one waiting for access, you will be allowed to continue using the resource.
Sign up for a training session so you can start using the FDO!
A great place to start! This comprehensive database provides quick access to information on grants and grantmakers, allowing a grantseeker to do customized searches to meet specific needs. Available in the library only.
This database provides a wide range of funding support and information for individuals seeking scholarships, student loans, fellowships, internships, arts and cultural projects, research, and general welfare. Available in the library only.
This interactive mapping tool brings philanthropic data to life so you can see who is funding what and where. Don’t miss the rich and valuable information in this resource’s mapping, charting, and analytic capabilities. Available in the library only.
The Foundation Center’s website, Grant Space offers information and resources specifically designed to meet the needs of nonprofits worldwide in securing funding and operating effective organizations. Available free on any computer, anywhere.