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Books you can borrow from the CSO

All of these books are available in 608 O'Brian Hall to be checked out for two weeks at a time. If the title of the book is a link, click to see if it is also available to buy or access online.

Books you can borrow from the SUNY BUffalo Libraries

These books are available through the UB Library system. You can check them out using your UB ID card. Click on the title of the book to see its catalog entry in BISON and to locate it on campus.

  • Foundation Grants to Individuals  
    Author: The Foundation Center
    Published: 2007
    Call Number: Lockwood Reference LB 2336 .F6
  • Guide to Proposal Writing.  
    Author: J.C. Geever, P. McNeill/The Foundation Center
    Published: 2007
    Call Number: Lockwood Reference (non-circulating) HG 177.5 .U6 G44
  • Grants Register
    Author: St. Martins Press
    Published: 2006
    Call Number: Law Reference (non-circulating) LB 2338 .G7

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Websites about this topic

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  • Council on Foundations
    Good place to begin a search for individual foundations, particularly those that are small and more regional in scope.
    Provides information on grantmaker organizations and philanthropic resources. Also provides links to other organizations of the foundation community and to numerous regional associations of grantmakers.
  • Law School Grants
  • Leadership Directories
    Provides detailed contact and biographical information for executives and staff at the leading foundations, universities, museums and other nonprofit organizations (including medical institutions). Published semiannually in one volume. Subscription required.
  • Paying for Law School
    A series of articles by U.S. News & World Report. Articles include: How to Negotiate Law School Financial Aid; Follow These Steps Before Borrowing for Law School; Law School Scholarships and Grants; Law School Grads With the Most Debt; Which Public Law Schools Award the most Financial Aid?; Which Private Law Schools Award the Most Financial Aid?; Law School Loans; and Best Law Firms 2013.
  • The Annie E. Casey Foundation
    This major foundation funds initiatives nationwide that deal with children’s issues. Support the Kids Count Program that is in most states.

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