Resources for funding
We put together a list of resources below for nonprofits and other groups.
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|Annual budget size||Median largest award|
|$100,000 - $999,000||$25,000|
|$1 million - $9,999,999||$100,000|
|$10 million - $24,999,999||$150,000|
|$25 million and over||$426,000|
|Funding sources||Median largest award|
|Private foundation grants||$30,000|
|Community foundation grants||$25,000|
|Federal government grants||$250,000|
|State government grants||$109,625|
|Local government grants||$50,000|
|Other grants sources||$20,000|
|Mission focus||Median largest award|
|Arts, culture, and humanities||$25,000|
|Food, agriculture, and nutrition||$45,000|
|Housing and shelter||$65,000|
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