UGBA 156AC: Diversity in the Workplace

Foundation giving

BOOKS
The Foundation Directory
Business Library Reference AS911.A2 F66 2011
Doe Library Reference AS911.A2 F66 2012
Use this directory to locate descriptions of California-based grant makers, including private grant-making foundations, community foundations, operating foundations, and corporate grant makers. For each grant maker, identifies fields of interest, purpose and activities, and type of support offered.  At the back of the book, a subject index identifies grant makers by state by their fields of interest (e.g., civil rights, human services, poverty studies, economically disadvantaged, etc.).
JOURNALS
The Chronicle of Philanthropy
The Business Library receives this title in print.  We keep the last four years in print on the lower level of the library.  Browse this newspaper for ideas about trends in charitable giving.  Online access is also available via Academic Search Complete.
ARTICLES FROM SCHOLARLY JOURNALS, MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, AND OTHER RESEARCH REPORTS
Academic Search Complete
Provides full text for publications covering academic areas of study including social sciences, humanities, education, computer sciences, engineering, language and linguistics, arts & literature, medical sciences, and ethnic studies.
** TIP:  Try a search for “charitable giving and trends” or “charitable giving and (community or communities)” to find articles
OTHER WEBSITES
IssueLab
http://www.issuelab.org/home
A project of the Foundation Center, IssueLab gathers, indexes, and shares the collective intelligence of the social sector. Provides free access to thousands of case studies, evaluations, white papers, and issue briefs addressing some of the world's most pressing social problems. 
** TIP:  Do a search for “California” to discover reports from and about the state**
Foundation Center Library in San Francisco (312 Sutter Street)
http://foundationcenter.org/sanfrancisco/
The Foundation Center has two libraries:  one in New York and the other in San Francisco.  The library is open to the public (check website for details).  Their website currently features a report on Key Facts on Bay Area Foundations, as well as a blog that spotlights grantmakers, their grants, and the work of the Foundation Center in California and beyond.

BOOKS

 

The Foundation Directory

Business Library Reference AS911.A2 F66 2011

Doe Library Reference AS911.A2 F66 2012

 

Use this directory to locate descriptions of California-based grant makers, including private grant-making foundations, community foundations, operating foundations, and corporate grant makers. For each grant maker, identifies fields of interest, purpose and activities, and type of support offered.  At the back of the book, a subject index identifies grant makers by state by their fields of interest (e.g., civil rights, human services, poverty studies, economically disadvantaged, etc.).

 

 

JOURNALS

 

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

The Business Library receives this title in print.  We keep the last four years in print on the lower level of the library.  Browse this newspaper for ideas about trends in charitable giving.  Online access is also available via Academic Search Complete.

 

 

ARTICLES AND OTHER RESEARCH REPORTS

 

Academic Search Complete

Provides full text for publications covering academic areas of study including social sciences, humanities, education, computer sciences, engineering, language and linguistics, arts & literature, medical sciences, and ethnic studies.

 

** TIP:  Try a search for “charitable giving and trends” or “charitable giving and (community or communities)” to find articles

 

 

OTHER WEBSITES

 

IssueLab

A project of the Foundation Center, IssueLab gathers, indexes, and shares the collective intelligence of the social sector. Provides free access to thousands of case studies, evaluations, white papers, and issue briefs addressing some of the world's most pressing social problems. 

 

** TIP:  Do a search for “California” to discover reports from and about the state

 

Foundation Center Library in San Francisco (312 Sutter Street)

The Foundation Center has two libraries:  one in New York and the other in San Francisco.  The library is open to the public (check website for details).  Their website currently features a report on Key Facts on Bay Area Foundations, as well as a blog that spotlights grantmakers, their grants, and the work of the Foundation Center in California and beyond.

 

Last Update: August 21, 2013 10:36