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Foundations in Wisconsin Online

From Bev Butula's Wisconsin Law Journal blog:

The Milwaukee Public Library announced today that they now provide an online version of "Foundations in Wisconsin." Many attorneys who work with nonprofits are very familiar with this directory published by Marquette University. Information available includes details on officers and directors of the foundation, number and amounts of grants, application information, limitations, and the purpose of the foundation. The database is only available at City of Milwaukee Libraries, there is no remote access.

However, firms can also obtain an online version directly from Marquette University's Funding Information Center. Their website clearly lists pricing for the online or standard print version. The Funding Information Center also provides some additional resources that may be useful. The Center's staff has compiled some great research guides that may be of assistance when conducting this type of research.

There are lots of other databases available from the Milwaukee Public Library, many of which may be accessed remotely with a library card.