Non-Profit Collaboration Database

The Foundation Center has been selected as the new home of the Nonprofit Collaboration Database, created by the Lodestar Foundation.

The Nonprofit Collaboration Database was originally developed by Lodestar as part of its work related to The Collaboration Prize competition, which it launched in 2008. In 2009, Lodestar awarded its $250,000 collaboration prize to two winners. Capitalizing on the wealth of material created through the collaboration prize nomination process, the Nonprofit Collaboration Database provides access to more than 250 entrants including all of the relevant information about and documents from the collaborations.

Visit the Non-Profit Collaboration Database at:

http://collaboration.foundationcenter.org/search/searchGenerator.php

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