For Support Of A Project To Map Foundation Funding Aimed At Improving Democracy In The United States

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In 2013 the Hewlett Foundation, alongside seven other foundation funding partners, partnered with the Foundation Center to develop an online, interactive, data visualization tool to map "who is funding whom to do what" in the field of U.S. democracy reform. The tool is intended to provide a clearer picture of what issue areas and organizations other foundations are supporting and thereby to help improve philanthropic investment and coordination in this growing field. The beta version was launched in June 2014. This grant would support four main activities: 1) integrating new data into the tool, 2) improving the accuracy of existing data, 3) improving tool functionality and usability, and 4) promoting the tool to the broader field.
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Candid (formerly Foundation Center and GuideStar) is a leading information source about philanthropy for nonprofits and funders globally. Candid maintains large, searchable repositories including (a) Foundation Directory Online, the most comprehensive database on U.S. grantmakers and grants, (b) IssueLab, a collection of over 28,000 articles and reports, and (c) GuideStar, a searchable database of 1.5 million nonprofits. Candid operates research, education, and training programs and offers a multitude of resources online as well, all to advance knowledge of philanthropy. Millions visit Candid’s websites, receive its daily Philanthropy News Digest emails, and are served by its more than 400 learning center hubs globally.

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