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Anyone who lives, works or studies in the five boroughs of New York City is eligible to borrow from the Foundation Center library in order to gain knowledge about grantmakers, their grants, and all aspects of fundraising, philanthropy, and nonprofit management. The foundation also offers in-person and web-based seminars.
Grants, internships, and graduate and post-graduate fellowships in all subject areas. Search by keyword; set alerts for relevant opportunities.
A personal account is not required to search and browse in this resource, but it is recommended for additional features such as saving alerts on search results. If you would like to use Pivot without creating an account, see Pivot (basic).
To create an account:
Click on Sign up in the upper right
Select the Use Email Address/Create Password option, and fill out the form. For Institutional Email, use your @gradcenter.cuny.edu or @gc.cuny.edu address. For Affiliated Member Institution, select "Graduate Center, The City University of New York."
Look for the verification email in your inbox to finish the process.
After the initial setup, you will be recognized as a GC researcher whenever you log into your personal account.
CUNY provides access to this database through the Research Foundation. Create an account using your @gradcenter.cuny.edu or @gc.cuny.edu email address, and set up a profile to begin receiving automatic grant recommendations based on your research interests.
Information about 20,000 large and mid-sized U.S. foundations and files for more than half-a-million grants. The Trustees, Officers, and Donors search field and its corresponding index allow users to search over 110,000 trustee, officer and donor names.
Database of all federal programs available to state and local governments (including the District of Columbia); federally-recognized Indian tribal governments; territories (and possessions) of the United States; domestic public, quasi-public, and private profit and non-profit organizations and institutions; specialized groups; and individuals. ~22,000 described.