GrantMap is a free data visualization tool that illustrates grants made between Funders and Recipients within the United States.
Our tool contains over 1.4 Million grants issued exceeding $214 Billion in funding over the past 7 years.
Why do we need GrantMap?
In 2014, $42B was granted between Funders and Recipients. Grants are critical to the income stream for nonprofits and charities, but the process from application to cash is tedious. GrantMap provides data visualization for grant making activity between Funders and Recipients. Save time, resources and start collaboration for your mission today.
How do I use the GrantMap?
GrantMap is a targeted research tool. It is not a grant management system or grant search database. The heart our system is based upon the IRS assigned EIN. Once you have a nonprofit’s EIN, you can research the organization as a Funder or Recipient. As a matter of fact, you can connect several EINs together to discover grants in common.
Instructions to use GrantMap
1) Enter the EIN of the nonprofit as either the Funder or Recipient.
2) Click on the + sign to add the EIN as Funder or Recipient. Repeat as necessary if you are looking for grant relationships between two organizations.
3) Click on SEARCH button
Navigating the GrantMap
A powerful data visualization tool to research funding relationships.
The map header shows the number of grants, number of Recipients, and number of Funders.
Grants are indicated with arrows in gray color. When an arrow is selected, additional grant information becomes available: tax year of the grant, total grant value in USD, and the purpose of grant reported by the Funder.
Recipients are indicated with circles in blue color. When a Recipient circle is selected, additional Recipient information becomes available: EIN of the Recipient, and address of the Recipient.
Funders are indicated with circles in purple color. When a Funder circle is selected, additional Funder information becomes available: EIN of the Funder, and Address of the Funder.
Circles can be moved on the map canvas and dragged to optimize research areas.
Zoom control of the map canvas can be achieved by scrolling on your mouse or pinching gestures on your tablet.
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