Description - Grant Seekers Guide by James McGrath Morris
With its wealth of hard-to-find information on America's philanthropic sources, the "Grant Seekers Guide" has become the standard reference manual for non-profit organisations working for social justice. A popular choice for library reference sections, The Guide includes only foundations that have a proven commitment to social and economic justice. The directory lists corporations and local foundations that provide grants to non-profit organisations working in the field of AIDS, women's issues, natural resource management, civil rights, gay and lesbian rights, peace and disarmament, and neighbourhood revitalisations, among other causes. Five indices cross-reference the information for grant seekers, and in-depth appendices explain all facets of the non-profit sector. Detailed and specific descriptions of the grantor's philosophy and past funding practices help grant seekers target the best grantor to meet their needs.
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Author Biography - James McGrath Morris
James Mcgrath Morris is a high school social studies teacher and lives in Falls Church, Virginia. Laura Adler is a former financial analyst and is now working as a consultant in Arlington, Virginia. She lives in Washington, D.C.