- Wisconsin Philanthropy Network
The Wisconsin Philanthropy Network is a statewide organization of area grant makers. It provides a forum for dialogue and idea exchange between donors and nonprofit organizations, and is a good resource for information on philanthropy in Wisconsin.
- The Foundation Center
The Foundation Center, located in New York City, is the primary national source of factual information on philanthropy in the United States. (Marquette University Funding Information Center is an affiliate of the Foundation Center.) The Foundation Center offers grant proposal writing seminars.
- The Greater Milwaukee Foundation
The Greater Milwaukee Foundation helps people establish permanent charitable funds that serve people throughout Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee and Washington counties and beyond, and provides an annual report on charitable giving.
Guidestar is a searchable database of more than 640,000 nonprofit organizations. The Siebert Lutheran Foundation is registered with Guidestar, and our federal tax return may be viewed at this site.
- The Marquette University Funding Information Center
The Marquette University Funding Information Center is a resource for nonprofit organizations, grant seekers and fund raisers in Wisconsin. A complete listing of community, independent and corporate foundations in Wisconsin can be purchased through this site. The Milwaukee Common Grant Application Form can be downloaded from this site. (Note: Siebert Lutheran Foundation does not accept the Common Grant Application.)
- The Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee
The Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee offers training, membership, services, events, and many other resources for nonprofits, including workshops on grant writing, social media strategy, and partnering.