Where to find grants and foundations for a non-profit literary journal?
August 16, 2018 9:23 AM   Subscribe

Are there any specific grants and foundations that offer a reward towards non-profit literary journals and literary magazines in Texas and US in general? (Some are listed as art organizations, but not always).
posted by RearWindow to Media & Arts (4 answers total)
 
You might get started at the Foundation Center, https://foundationcenter.org/.
posted by 8603 at 9:36 AM on August 16, 2018


Foundation Center is where to start. The go to guide star and look at their 990s to see what they actually fund. Most public libraries have subscriptions to Foundation Center so just go ask a librarian (another “libraries are so much more than books!” Thing!)
posted by Lutoslawski at 11:05 AM on August 16, 2018


I prefer GrantStation.com to Foundation Center. The GrantStation information is updated yearly and I never get outdated information.
posted by summerstorm at 6:56 PM on August 16, 2018


I just saw your other question about this project today, and I want to add a recommendation for Philanthropy News Digest, which updates daily with new requests for proposals (RFPs) for all kinds of grants. You can set up a daily or weekly email digest of specific grant types, including arts/culture grants. I'm a grantwriter and I subscribe to a daily alert from them myself!
posted by showbiz_liz at 4:59 AM on April 30, 2019


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