- Octover 19, 2017 1:00 PM EST – Poney Carpenter will be participating in a panel at the BlackBaud/MicroEdge conference about data and grantmaking.
- November 7/8, 2017 – TAG Annual Conference – Come visit the Simplify Learning Lab during lunchtime on Tuesday/Wednesday at the TAG Annual Conference
Tools for Sharing Nonprofit Data
DataArts brings together thousands of partners and participants united in one common cause: to advance the impact and influence of the arts, culture, and humanities through the power of high-quality data.
Grant applications are automatically populated with GuideStar Nonprofit Profile information. This process uses GuideStar’s central database of nonprofit information to eliminate the repetitive elements of grant applications and enable more efficient grantmaking and grantseeking.
BRIDGE assigns a unique identification number, known as a BRIDGE Number, to individual social sector entities around the world, including non-governmental organizations, programs, and projects and to other social sector entities, such as schools and churches.
Tools for Funder Process Improvements
Conduct pre-grant due diligence, using the only product that is 100% compliant with all IRS requirements for determining a nonprofit’s eligibility to receive tax deductible contributions.
NGOsource aims to dramatically improve the efficiency of international grantmaking and inspire a significant increase in cross-border philanthropy by centralizing, streamlining, and standardizing the equivalency determination process for U.S. grantmakers.
Financial SCANS helps you better understand or communicate a nonprofit’s financial health and resource needs. It combines GuideStar’s IRS Forms 990 data and Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) expert analysis in an easy-to-use tool with shareable formats that bring insight to financial information and support mission-driven decisions.
digitalIMPACT.io helps you learn from and share with others. The materials are provided as examples to inform your decision-making, organizational practice, and policy creation.
Tools for Sharing Funder Data
The hGrant format allows recently-published grants information to be pulled directly from funders’ websites or feeds and made available to the general public through the grants list, funding map or API available on Glasspockets.org.
Foundations use a common standard to code grants by geographic area served. The resulting interactive map provides an ever-growing picture of the philanthropic landscape.
Unlock the knowledge you need to understand the field, make strategic choices, and strengthen your impact. Bring philanthropy data to life with beautiful visuals for your presentations, board meetings, and annual reports. Map your network to discover new points of connection.