Fiscal Sponsorship: 6 Ways To Do It Right
LEAD STORY: A new field scan of fiscal sponsors
The year was 2006, and, using funds from a W.K. Kellogg Foundation grant, the newly formed National Network of Fiscal Sponsors launched a field scan to gather the first facts and stats about fiscal sponsors.
NNFS, in collaboration with Social Impact Commons, is again conducting a field scan. Its goal: collect data to define what our growing field looks like now, its size, the potential directions it might take and ways to advocate for its expansion. The survey results, to be disseminated widely and freely, will be used to promote understanding among practitioners, encourage funders to recognize fiscal sponsorship’s value to the nonprofit sector and support fiscal sponsors and their projects. MORE
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Fiscal sponsors: create or update your agency profile
Fiscalsponsordirectory.org helps connect community projects with fiscal sponsors. San Francisco Study Center created and maintains this directory based on self-reported information from the fiscal sponsors listed. Create your listing and help projects and other nonprofits find you fast. To update your profile send us an email.
Projects: Find a fiscal sponsor
Use the directory to find the fiscal sponsor that best fits for what you do. To search by state: click on the map links below.