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Get on the Map!
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Click here to access Philanthropy Network's Regional Map


Imagine being able to see who is funding what and where
anywhere in our region, anytime, and with just a few clicks …



and Get Even Savvier about Your Grantmaking!

Read what people are saying
about Get on the Map:


Philanthropy Network eReporters:


1675 Foundation

Barra Foundation, Inc.

Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation

Berks County Community Fdn.

Brandywine Health Foundation

Green Tree Community Health Fdn.
Claneil Foundation Inc.

Connelly Foundation
The Douty Foundation

Samuel S. Fels Fund

First Hospital Foundation
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation*
Genaurdi Family Foundation

HealthSpark  Foundation

Allen Hilles Fund
The Robert Wood Johnson Fdn.*

John S. & James L. Knight Fdn.*

Edna G. Kynett Memorial Fdn, Inc.

Leeway Foundation 
The Lenfest Foundation, Inc.

Lincoln Financial Foundation*

The McLean Contributionship

North Penn United Way

The William Penn Foundation
Pennsylvania Humanities Council

The Pew Charitable Trusts

The Philadelphia Foundation
Leo & Peggy Pierce Family Foundation

Pottstown Area Health & Wellness 

The Salem Health and Wellness Fdn.
John Templeton Foundation*


*national/multi-site funders




Access to accurate, up-to-date grantmaking data is critical to understanding the funding landscape and ensuring that your giving is as effective as it can be. And that’s what this campaign is all about!

The campaign to “Get on the Map” is a partnership between Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia, the Foundation Center and the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers, and has as its mission to improve the quality, timeliness, and availability of rich grant data—for and about funders in our region.

And it all starts with YOU — sharing your current giving data by becoming a Foundation Center eReporter.

If I share my data, what’s in it for me?

When you share your data, you’ll be making a powerful contribution to Foundation Maps, a highly interactive, searchable mapping platform from Foundation Center that will be customized and accessible to all Philanthropy Network members.

But, it’s all about participation. Only when our community of funders commits to sharing data will the Foundation Maps platform reach its full potential as a powerful source of accurate, up-to-date answers to questions like…

1. Who else is funding a particular issue in our region?
2. What organizations are tackling that issue?
Who is working with specific populations in our community?
Who may be natural collaborators?
Where are there gaps in funding?
How much money is collectively going to specific issues or areas in our region?

Just think…What could “anytime-access” to information like this mean for your work?

As a special thank you for sharing your data, you’ll also get access to a custom version of Foundation Maps that reflects your individual organization’s grantmaking activity. Once you see it, picture it populated with the data from hundreds of your fellow funders as well. Starting to see the possibilities?


How do I get on the map?

It's easy! There are just two simple steps to submitting your grants data using the eGrant format.

1.      EXPORT a complete list of your most recent grants in Excel.

»» If you use grants management software, most platforms offer a pre-formatted export function that pulls the necessary data into an Excel file automatically. To find video instructions for your platform, click here.

»» If you don’t use one of the listed software systems, simply export a complete list of your most recently-awarded grants into our Excel template.

2.      EMAIL your report to

Get on the Map today!  Click here for more information and instructions on how to share your data. You can also Link to a recording of a "how-to" webinar, which includes a demo of the mapping software.

How-to Webinars
Check our event calendar for listings.


Email technical questions to or contact Amy Seasholtz ( or 215-790-9700 x2).