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The Directory of corporate & foundation givers, 2000
Brisbois, Matthew W.
Ninth edition.
Publication Information:
Detroit, MI : The Taft Group, [1999]

Physical Description:
2 volumes (xxv, xxv, 3951 pages) ; 28 cm
General Note:
"Essential information on nearly 8,000 private foundations & corporate giving programs in the United States"-Cover.

Includes indexes.
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Format :


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Material Type
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HG4028.C6 D5 1999 V.1 Adult Non-Fiction Central Closed Stacks-Oversize Non-Circ
HG4028.C6 D5 1999 V.2 Adult Non-Fiction Central Closed Stacks-Oversize Non-Circ

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Look to The Directory of Corporate and Foundation Givers 2000 to compare corporate and private giving programs. This unique giving guide, the largest listing of corporate and foundation giving data available anywhere, is the most comprehensive and expertly arranged prospecting directory you'll find.Corporate and Foundation Givers 2000 puts you in touch with more than 8,000 funding sources. This edition features:
-- Full contact information, including more than 2,000 Web and e-mail addresses
-- 4,500 private foundations that have assets of at least $1.8 million or distribute a minimum of $250,000 in grants annually
-- Approximately 3,500 corporate giving programs, including more than 1,575 corporate foundations and 2,000 corporate direct givers
-- Identifies and indexes Top-10 givers in our nine Recipient Type areas: Arts & Humanities; Civic & Public Affairs; Education; Environment; Health; International; Religion; Science; and Social Services.
-- Details on over 50,000 actual grantsCorporate and Foundation Givers 2000 contains many features not available in other directories -- details that are invaluable to researchers compiling comprehensive profiles of prospective funders. Among the many features you will find:
-- Biographical data -- includes data on more than 34,000 foundation officers, directors and trustees and corporate officers. You'll find essential background information for uncovering important links and relationships between foundations and corporations and the members of your board of directors and constituency. When available, profiles of individuals include titles; place and year of birth; alma mater and year of graduation; current employer; an corporate, nonprofit and philanthropic affiliations. Includes Index of Officers and Directors by Name
-- Recent grants -- lists the Top-10 grants recently disbursed. These top grants take most of the guesswork out of your prospect research by listing the actual organizations that received major support, how much they received and where they're located
-- Historical data -- almost all of the profiles list assets, giving figures and contributions received for three years. You can track the increases or decreases in the level of contributions and assets, then rate philanthropic programs according to their financial potential and giving trends, identify new potential donors and predict future giving patterns
-- Comprehensive scope and arrangement -- profiles are listed in a single 2-vol. directory and organized in an easy-to-use alphabetical series that lists the most active foundation and corporation grantmakers. You'll find detailed information on whom to contact and application procedures, current financial activity, biographical data and major products/industries, enabling you to evaluate your chances for receiving funding and determine the best approach for soliciting potential donors
-- Nine easy-to-use indexes -- speed access to information on location of operation, fields of interest and relationships, which will help you target and refine your prospect research in order to find the best potential donors