Resources for Grants from Foundations and Government Sources
Last Updated: Oct 23, 2014
Legacy Library is a member of the Foundation Center's Funding Information Network (see the tab above for a detailed description). As a member of the network, the library subscribes to the Foundation Center's flagship databases which can be accessed below:
- Foundation Directory Online Professional
Includes over 90,000 U.S. foundations and corporate donors, 900,000 recent grants, and more than 400,000 key decision-makers. NOTE: Must be in the library to use this resource.
- Foundation Grants to Individuals Online
Foundation Grants to Individuals Online allows you to quickly search detailed descriptions of foundations that fund students, artists, researchers, and other individual grantseekers. NOTE: This resource must be accessed from within the Legacy Library.
As a member of the Funding Network, Legacy Library also recieves a core print collection of books that cover different aspects of grant and foundation funding. A list of these books and their call number locations in the library can be found below:
After the Grant
Call Number: Circulating Stacks- 2nd Floor HV41.9 .U5 A36 2010
Publication Date: 2010-03-01
Call Number: Circulating Stacks- 2nd Floor HV41.9.U5 F686 2008
Publication Date: 2008-03-01
Legacy Library has a print grant collection well beyond the core material that comes to us from the Foundation Center. In general, much of the grant collection can be found in call number ranges HD50-HD100 and HV40-HV100 in the circulating stacks on the 2nd floor. The best access tool for the physical library collection is the online catalog. This catalog and the statewide OhioLINK catalog can be linked from below:
- MC Library Catalog
Catalog of books, media, journals, and other materials owned by the Legacy Library.
NOTE: The catalog can be used by both Marietta College users and community patrons.
- OhioLINK Library Catalog
Catalog of books and other materials held in Ohio college and university libraries.
NOTE: Only Marietta College students, faculty, and staff can make OhioLINK requests.
A large part of grant literature comes from periodical and article sources. A number of library and outside resources do a good job of covering much of the periodical literature in this area and links to some of those sources can be found below:
A great deal of useful information on grants, nonprofits, and foundations can be found on different websites scatterred across the internet. Some core sites can be reviewed below:
The Legacy Library no longer subscribes to the RefWorks service. See the link below for alternatives.
- Citation Management Tools
Free tools to assist you in the creation and management of citations in MLA style, APA style, and other formats.