Grant News Headlines
Up to the minute current grant news from foundations and the federal government from around the Web.
Singapore, a country that has its fair share of millionaires, falls below the "giving" scale.
However, the country has a long tradition of philanthropy, mostly through wealthy "family...more
It's proven that women give more than men, according to recent studies by the Women's Philanthropy Institute (WPI) at Indiana University-Purdue University in Indianapolis.
Nancy Heiser, vice...more
YOUmedia Hartford, Hartford Public Library's teen digital media center, has bagged $50,000 grant from the Travelers Foundation.
YOUmedia Hartford is a manufacturing center that focuses on...more
SciQuest, Inc. SQI, +0.33% a leading provider of cloud-based business automation solutions for spend management, has announced its SciQuest Charitable Fund donations.
The donations will support...more
Rachel Wharton, a researcher at New Philanthropy Capital (NPC), writes about how philanthropic organizations are working to develop trends and innovations that have the potential to change the...more
The first-ever 5K PARK Fest, a fundraising platform and festival with a mission: to raise funds to support South Florida's worthy causes.
The PARK Fest is hosted by the PARK Project, is based on...more
Milton J. Little, Jr., President of United Way for Metropolitan Atlanta, asks philanthropists, "How do we come together and create change for a stronger community?"
United Way of Greater Atlanta,...more
They're not the billionaires with charitable legacies established as foundations. It's those making less than $25,000.
In a new study that appeared in the Chronicle of Philanthropy, the most...more
Indiana University Northwest's Office of University Advancement and External Affairs' (UAEA) latest effort is educating its campuses about the importance of giving back, and the impact that support...more
A California research center scientist turned to the popular crowdfunding site, CrowdRise, to lead global effort in hunting a cure for the Ebola virus.
As financial resources are tight, Erica...more