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Monday, 12th December 2005 at 12:12 pm
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The Directory of European Grantmakers, published by international fundraising consultancy Chapel and York Limited www.chapel-york.com can be purchased on-line.

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Directory of European Grantmakers 2006/07- Advert
Monday, 12th December 2005 at 12:12 pm

The Directory of European Grantmakers, published by international fundraising consultancy Chapel and York Limited www.chapel-york.com profiles and gives contact details for nearly 1,000 European grantmakers from 23 countries. It can be purchased on-line.

Researched in great depth, the Directory of European Grantmakers provides details on Grantmaking foundations in Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the UK.

Foundations have become an important source of funding to charitable organisations due in part to the cutbacks of government spending in various areas.

The good news is that a number of new grantmaking foundations have been formed across Europe in recent years.

The Directory of European Grantmakers profiles new and established European Grantmaking Foundations.

Many grantmakers profiled in this Directory have websites.

Many have international giving interests, whether through their country’s historical links to certain nations or through a desire to support the development of communities in countries poorer than their own.

Wherever possible, profiles of Grantmakers include:

– Contact details (including telephone number, fax number, e-mail address and website address as well as the individual to contact about grants)
– A brief history of the foundation
– General aims of the foundation
– Current funding areas (e.g. education, environment, arts etc)
– Examples of high profile grants made
– Geographic focus: countries the grantmaker awards grants to
– Limitations: types of support the grantmaker does not give (e.g. some do not give bursaries to individual students)
– Financial information such as current grant expenditure

To receive fundraising information, including free online resources and details of special discounts on fundraising publications, go to www.chapel-york.com and sign up for the free e-mail information service.




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