OCTOBER: Arts Funding Month at branch offices of The Foundation Center

The Foundation Center is an organization that exists so that you can connect with funding sources for your projects or for you continuing education. Established in 1956, today there are physical Foundation Center offices in five cities, and “Cooperating Collections” in every state in the US. Their website has an extensive “GETTING STARTED” learning section when entering the world of grantseeking for the first time. And, they also offer different tiers of subscriptions to their massive database of funders that you can utilize to do effective project research at home.

October is ARTS FUNDING MONTH at all the Foundation Center offices; be sure to check out the free classes such as Grantseeking Basics for Individuals in the Arts as well as classes to learn to maximize their on-line research tools.

From their website:

Locations

Headquarters:

New York

79 Fifth Avenue/16th Street
New York, NY 10003-3076
Tel: 212-620-4230
foundationcenter.org/newyork

Field Offices:

Atlanta

50 Hurt Plaza, Suite 150
Atlanta, GA 30303-2914
404-880-0094
foundationcenter.org/atlanta

Cleveland

1422 Euclid Avenue, Suite 1600
Cleveland, OH 44115-2001
216-861-1933
foundationcenter.org/cleveland

San Francisco

312 Sutter Street, Suite 606
San Francisco, CA 94108-4314
415-397-0902
foundationcenter.org/sanfrancisco

Washington, DC

1627 K Street, NW, Third Floor
Washington, DC 20006-1708
202-331-1400
foundationcenter.org/washington

Cooperating Collections

Cooperating Collections are free funding information centers in libraries, community foundations, and other nonprofit resource centers that provide a core collection of Foundation Center publications and a variety of supplementary materials and services in areas useful to grantseekers.
View a list of locations across the U.S. and in Mexico.

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  1. […] Mary Virginia Swanson’s excellent blog, I learned that it’s currently Funding Month at the Foundation Center, an organization started in 1956 in order to get artists funding through […]

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