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New Release: Chapel & York's Directory of Asia Pacific Grantmakers - Advertorial


Monday, 4th June 2007 at 1:36 pm
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Chapel & York's 2007 Directory of Asia Pacific Grantmakers just released. First ever comprehensive publication of Asia Pacific Grantmakers.

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New Release: Chapel & York's Directory of Asia Pacific Grantmakers - Advertorial
Monday, 4th June 2007 at 1:36 pm

According to the latest research by publishers Chapel & York, individual and corporate wealth is soaring in the Asia Pacific region and philanthropy is booming. The largest foundations in the region now rank alongside some of the biggest in North America and Europe.

Chapel & York’s latest publication, a Directory of Asia Pacific Grantmakers provides readily accessible information about grantmakers throughout the region and for Australian Not for Profits this means the ability to access those most likely to offer funding for their cause.

In addition, the research has found that many of the grantmakers included in the publication actually fund outside their region – which broadens the approach for Not for Profits when seeking funding.

The release of the Directory marks the first ever comprehensive publication of Asia Pacific grantmakers, and is available either as a book, CD or pdf download.

The directory profiles over 900 independent grantmakers in the 19 Asia Pacific countries – Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Tibet and Vietnam.

Profiles include full contact details, funding interests, geographical focus and financial information. The Index enables you to find grantmakers funding particular areas of work and particular countries and regions.

Chapel & York is a UK based organisation which specialise in finding cross border and international funds.

To find out more and order your copy you can visit the Chapel & York website:

www.chapel-york.com




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