GrantSpace featured in the Carnegie Reporter

FC Carnegie Reporter feature

Did you know that Foundation Center started in 1956 as a commitment from the Carnegie Corporation to ensure greater transparency in philanthropy? The Carnegie Reporter, a publication of the Carnegie Corporation, recently visited Foundation Center in New York to see this nonprofit’s transformation from commitment to the most trusted and leading source of information about philanthropy worldwide.

The article featured Foundation Center’s vast catalogue of philanthropic resources, including GrantSpace.org, a website and service that connects nonprofits to the tools they need to thrive.  As mentioned in the article, GrantSpace aims to answer the most pressing questions from nonprofit organizations, such as ‘what is crowdfunding?’ or ‘how can I find board members for my organization?’

This capacity-building portal supplies viewers with a broad understanding of the contributions of nonprofit activity as well as the skills, insights, and connections for a stronger social sector, from the foundation up.

Whether interested in online, self-paced, or in-person training, GrantSpace provides users with the self-service tools and resources to help social professionals worldwide become more viable grant applicants to build strong, sustainable organizations.

The full article can be found in the Winter 2018 issue of the Carnegie Reporter.

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