There is no magic, one-source, easy way to research funding opportunities. Veteran grantseekers know this. To be successful in obtaining grants for your organization, you not only need to do your homework, you must know the history: the federal agency or charitable foundation history of interest in and record of awarding grants similar to what your organization needs.
Once you have identified your organizationís specific program and project needs, knowing who gave and for what is the starting point.
The Health Funds Grants Resources Yearbook, Tenth Edition, is loaded with health grants information, specifics, funding ranges, forecasts, funding priorities of major foundations and government agencies, past giving ranges and trends for analysis purposes, and in-depth profiles of foundations and corporate funders that support healthcare. Discover the funding priorities of government agencies, foundations and corporations.
Funding priorities are being revised. Grantmakers are changing their focus. This means you'll need to search harder to find the grant funding to meet your organization's funding goals.
Get the help you need. The easy-to-use Health Funds Grants Resources Yearbook has been used by hundreds of the most successful grant development officers. Thousands of copies of the Yearbook are in circulation.
Use the information on health grant priorities of major foundations to find funding sources for your program. The Yearbook is the premier reference source for professionals requiring verified information on the health grant priorities of the nation's leading foundations, corporate grant makers, and federal government programs, as well as background information on the major sources of healthcare grants.
The Yearbook is a "support tool" to help grants persons tap into the more than $10 billion in gifts and grants that will go to hospitals and other healthcare organizations throughout the year.
Get foundation profiles exclusively focused on health programs, outlining funding priorities and the foundation's application procedures, and recent range of grant awards. The Yearbook gives you easy, quick access to funding information you simply wonít find on the Internet. Study the information on health grant priorities of major foundations to find the funding sources for your program.
- The yearbook is organized in logical order by category of funding. Use the recent historical grant research to plan for the future.
- Zero in on the funding opportunities for health programs to support your organizationís mission.
- Use the yearbook to orient and help train new fundraising staff.
- Having the funding priorities and made areas of interest of major funders in one place helps make your research easier.
- Using the yearbook is another step in helping you match your organization and its programs to a funding source.
You'll use the Yearbook to uncover the health funding programs of the major charitable foundations:
- A summary of each foundation's giving interest within healthcare;
- New priorities and funding interests;
- Total giving for the most recent year available;
- A description of the giving program;
- and a list of grants to give you insight into the kinds of programs and projects being funded.
- The Health Funds Grants Resources Yearbook is compiled specifically for healthcare grantseekers.
The 284-page yearbook is an easy-to-use resource that gives you dollar amounts, descriptions of previous grant recipients and the programs that attracted funding, and details of future funding trends.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Overview of Fund Development Trends
Chapter 2: On the Federal Front
Chapter 3: Federal Grants for Healthcare
Chapter 4: Foundation Funding Trends
Chapter 5: Foundation Grants for Healthcare
Chapter 6: AIDS/HIV Program Funding
Chapter 7: Funding for Cancer Programs
Chapter 8: Child and Adolescent Healthcare Funding
Chapter 9: Community Health Grants
Chapter 10: Elderly Health Services and Long-Term Care Funding
Chapter 11: Health Professions Training Grants
Chapter 12: Substance Abuse Program Funding
Chapter 13: Patient Safety Program Funding
Chapter 14: Grants News Briefs
Chapter 15: Foundation Profiles