The 2019 edition of Foundations in Wisconsin has been released, offering up-to-date information on Wisconsin philanthropies.
Published annually by Raynor Memorial Libraries’ Funding Information Center, the directory helps researchers and nonprofits identify private, corporate and community funding sources in the state of Wisconsin. The directory also shows general grant trends across the stating, noting that grants grew by six percent last year in the state of Wisconsin.
For Marquette grant seekers, Foundations in Wisconsin is available for free as a searchable online directory.
In addition to producing Foundations In Wisconsin, the Funding Information Center hosts a collection that focuses on private foundations, philanthropy, fundraising, grantsmanship and many other related topics.
With questions, contact Mary Frenn at (414) 288-1995.
More about the Funding Information Center
Established in 1973, the Funding Information Center is the oldest collection on philanthropy and grants in the state of Wisconsin. It is one of more than 400 partners in the Funding Information Network of the New York-based Candid (formed by the merger of Foundation Center and Guidestar). Candid’s mission is to connect nonprofits, foundations and individuals to the resources they need to do good.