Taylor University offers quite a few tools to assist you in the grant-discovery and grant-writing process. The Foundation Center's Funding Information Network provides several databases and the Office of Sponsored Programs offers SpinPlus.
Last Updated: Feb 23, 2017
These materials are located in a designated space in the Reference Collection of the Zondervan Library and are to remain in the Zondervan Library building at all times. You cannot check out these materials.
You will find them together atop the counter-height shelving in the Reference Collection, accompanied by a sign indicating the Funding Information Network materials.
The books in this list focus on identifying funding sources, specific grants, or types of funding that match your proposal.
- The Foundation Directory. (Parts I & II & Supplement)
- Foundation Grants to Individuals.
- Guide to Funding for International and Foreign Programs.
- National Directory of Corporate Giving.
- Board Member's Book.
- Social Justice Grantmaking II.
Materials in this list include those that discuss the nonprofit sector, address grant writing and uses, and outline purpose of foundation gifts.
- The Grantseeker’s Guide to Winning Proposals.
- Guide to Proposal Writing.
- Guía para escribir propuestas.
- After the Grant: The Nonprofit's Guide to Good Stewardship.
- Foundation Fundamentals.
- Foundations and Public Policy.
- America's Nonprofit Sector.
- The 21st Century Nonprofit: Managing in the Age of Governance.
- Securing Your Organization's Future.