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Resources

Grantseekers:

The Foundation Center has information for both grant seekers and grant makers. There are free tutorials on proposal writing, as well as access to the IRS 990’s for all U.S. foundations. The Foundation Center has 3 local Funding Information Network partners in Palm Beach County, including:

Training Resources:

Site Visits: Mastering the Site Visit

Making the Most of Your Funder’s Site Visit: Funders Panel Discussion

Collective Giving Resources:

The Impact of Giving Together” (2009), a study by Dr. Angela Eikenberry and Jessica Bearman, supported by the Aspen Institute Nonprofit Sector and Philanthropy Program, the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers, the Center of Philanthropy at Indiana University and the University of Nebraska at Omaha

The Giving Circles Network
This website is helpful if you want to learn about forming grassroots philanthropic initiatives in your community.

The Washington Women’s Foundation
In many ways the Washington Women’s Foundation is the “grandmother” of Impact-like organizations. Its handbook, Something Ventured: An Innovative Model in Philanthropy, is a good resource if you’re considering starting a women’s giving circle.

Other Impact 100 Communities:

Impact 100 Austin
Impact 100 Baldwin County
Impact 100 Chicago
Impact 100 Cincinnati
Impact 100 Garden State
Impact 100 Global Advisory Council
Impact 100 Indianapolis
Impact 100 Indian River
Impact 100 Las Vegas
Impact 100 Northwest Florida
Impact Oklahoma
Impact 100 Owensboro
Impact 100 Pensacola 
Impact 100 Philadelphia
Impact 100 Richmond
Impact San Antonio
Impact 100 Sonoma
Impact 100 Westchester
Impact 100 Western Australia
Impact 100 Melbourne, Australia
Impact 100 Fremantle, Australia
Impact 100 South Australia
Impact 100 Queensland, Australia (Women & Change)
Impact 100 Greater New Orleans
Impact 100 Yampa Valley
Impact Fairfield
Impact 100 Greater Milwaukee
Impact 100 Jersey Coast
Impact The Palm Beaches
Impact 100 Detroit
Impact 100 Metro Denver