Sunlight is very proud to share the news that the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation will award us $4 million over the next three years to increase our ability to make more government data more accessible, especially on ...Continue reading
We’re happy to announce our new OpenGov Grants program to help you fulfill your vision of making government more transparent and accountable. We know how challenging fundraising can be. You start an innovative project using technology to make government ...Continue reading
We're excited to share the news that Google.org just announced a $2.1 million grant for Sunlight to ...Continue reading
Google's nonprofit program offers a variety of services your organization can leverage to the benefit of your community. If ...Continue reading
In fiscal year 2008, the federal government gave $38 billion in grants to nonprofit entities and spent $10 billion on non-competed contracts with nonprofits. Billions were also taken in tax expenditures benefiting nonprofits, representing foregone revenues ... Continue reading
Yesterday evening, the House passed version of S. 303, which would significantly increase federal grant transparency if enacted. The legislation ...Continue reading
Today, Sunlight is announcing new Mini-Grants as part of its commitment to support original ideas, tools, Web sites, and bloggers that further our mission of using the Internet to foster a more open government.
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We’re announcing the availability of “mini-grants” of $1,000 to $5,000 to fund original ideas, tools, Web sites, and blogs that create a better, more dynamic relationship between members of Congress and the citizens they represent. See here ...Continue reading